When you feel good about your looks, you are happier and more confident. It's our goal to make you feel great about the way you look. Whether that means a more youthful face, free of wrinkles and age spots; or one with a flawless complexion, free of acne scars and unwanted facial hair -- we can help you get there with injectables & fillers giving liquid facelift results, as well as the latest laser treatments, peels & more.
By reducing the effects of aging caused by different genetic, environmental or lifestyle influences, we have what it takes to make anyone look and feel younger.
At Cassileth Skin Care in Beverly Hills, we offer a variety of products and treatments including the "liquid facelift" with injectables & fillers, as well as laser treatments, and peels designed to revitalize your skin and get rid of unwanted conditions, such as:
Acne scars are created during the healing of damage to the tissues in the deeper layers of the skin.
Age spots are brown spots on the skin, whether freckles or large patches. They worsen with overexposure to the sun.
With age, your skin accumulates build-up from air pollutants and other sources. It then appears lifeless and dull.
No face is exactly symmetrical. However, for various reasons facial asymmetry can become noticeable.
Collagen in our face breaks down over time, resulting in unappealing wrinkles and gaunt features.
We’ve all seen it in the tabloids and on TV: celebrities with huge lips, and bulbous cheeks who are barely recognizable.
Plump, youthful lips are ones with strong production of collagen and elastin. Natural breakdown of that elastin makes the lips look less full.
Rosacea is a chronic skin inflammation caused by swelling of blood vessels just under the skin, resulting in facial redness.
As we get older, loss of collagen and elastin, coupled with weakening facial muscles, cause the skin to droop.
Losing eyelashes is natural; however, if they don't grow back for various reasons, they can become noticeably thin.
Just as wrinkles form where the skin's collagen begins to break down, upper lip lines, sometimes called 'smoker lines.'