Exciting New Product Alert!

PCA Skin Vitamin b3 Brightening Serum - 1 fl oz

I’m certain we here at Accent Dermatology and Accent Aesthetics will always have our favorite, can’t live without skin-care products. So when something new comes along that we LOVE, it’s news worthy!

PCA Skin just came out with their Vitamin B3 Brightening Serum and we can’t keep it on the shelves!

This heavy hitter uses a 6% Niacinimide (A type of B Vitamin). Typically this ingredient has been used to reduce reds in the skin and help with acne. At a higher concentration of 6%, we are seeing not only a reduction in the reds caused by rosacea, acne, etc but also an excellent reduction in brown spots, photodamage and especially melasma!

This is an exciting new tool to add to anyone’s toolbox, especially those looking to reduce BOTH reds and browns and definitly breakout. It leaves the skin very hydrated and calm by strengthening it’s barrier function.

PCA SKIN Vitamin b3 Brightening Serum | LovelySkin



What’s The Difference Between Neurotoxins and Fillers?

One of the most common questions we get is “What is the difference between neurotoxins and fillers? And which one is right for me?”.


Neurotoxins (NTs), or neuromodulators, are injectables made up of different forms of botulinum toxin which, when injected, relax the targeted muscle. Brands include botox, dysport, jeuveau, etc.

Relaxing dynamic muscles helps prevent static lines from forming over time in areas such as the glabella (11s), forehead, and crow’s feet (lines around the eyes). Neurotoxins can also help to smooth out lines that have already formed in these areas, but only to an extent. Once a line is there at rest, it is much harder to get it to completely go away, so Neurotoxins are actually best for wrinkle prevention!


Fillers are injectables made up of hyaluronic acid (HA) (with a few brand exceptions such as Radiesse), which when injected can provide structure, volume, and contouring. Brands include Restylane, Juvederm, Belotero, etc. Fillers are mostly used to treat something that has already happened, such as volume loss to cheeks that can cause the face to sag and create jowls or to fill a line caused by a dynamic muscle that has not been treated preventatively with neurotox!

Which one is right for me?

So which treatment is right for you? That all depends! Everyone, no matter how old or how young, can benefit from wrinkle prevention with neurotox. A skilled injector at Accent Aesthetics can help decide if fillers are a good option for you as well.

Gallery, AdvaTx, Hyperdilute Radiesse dermal fillers, Intracel, Ultherapy, Neurotoxins, chemical peels, IPL, Genesis, microneedling
Gallery, Neurotoxins
Gallery, AdvaTx, Hyperdilute Radiesse, Intracel, Ultherapy, Neurotoxins

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