Washington, DC (PRWEB)
May 18, 2017
SHERBER+RAD is the singular destination that addresses aesthetic needs from start to finish and is expert in the “Washington aesthetic” of looking subtly refreshed. As technology has updated with high-definition film becoming the new standard and social media filters giving individuals the power to alter their appearance on their smartphones, skincare, lasers, injectables, surgical techniques, and makeup formulations have evolved to meet the demands.
Board certified dermatologist Dr. Noëlle Sherber spoke on May 8th to a group of regional press about new technologies in skincare and laser aimed at smoothing the skin since HD film emphasizes texture on the skin by accentuating light and shadow. Seeing that blurring the skin into uniformity is a popular social media filter effect, skincare companies have developed moisturizers with similar blurring properties that lend themselves to on-camera and real life wear by filling in pores and fine lines. Dr. Sherber provided a live demonstration of Solta’s Perméa laser, which is clinically proven to diminish pore size over time through stimulating collagen production. This is a very popular procedure with her patients who appear on camera since it results in only a few hours of post-procedural pinkness. Dr. Sherber applied La Mer The Concentrate post-treatment to calm the skin. She then discussed the newest FDA-approved injectable dermal filler, Allergan’s Juvéderm Vollure XC. This filler incorporates Vycross technology which makes it soft and flexible, making it undetectable in HD. Dr. Sherber injects fillers in very small quantities to bounce light from areas of shadow to give the appearance of soft lighting even in harsh light, an effect that some achieve with their own social media filters.