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Dermatology Alliance-Keller Offers Lytera Skin Brightening Complex
Date:3/11/2013

Keller, Texas (PRWEB) March 11, 2013

Maintaining a clear, even complexion is one of the best anti-aging solutions. But many people suffer from hyperpigmentation due to sun damage, age spots, melasma or any discoloration caused by acne, inflammation or hormones. Dermatology Alliance-Keller is one of the first dermatology practices in Fort Worth to offer Lytera, a new skin brightening treatment proven to reduce skin discoloration and even skin tone.

According to Todd Plott, M.D., a board certified dermatologist and founder of Dermatology Alliance-Keller, Lytera is one of the most effective skin lightening products to become available without a prescription.

“I highly recommend Lytera to patients who have skin discoloration on the face because it has a low irritation potential and helps block unwanted pigmentation of skin," he states, noting Lytera does not contain hydroquinone. "I have already seen great results from Lytera and we're excited to be able to offer this new product to patients immediately."

Lytera can be used to treat age spots, sun damage, melasma or any discoloration caused by acne, inflammation or hormones. Lytera is non-hydroquinone and contains a patented, special blend of antioxidants, mild exfoliants and moisturizers that makes it gentle enough to use on the entire face to reduce skin discoloration, and brighten and even skin tone. In clinical studies, results have been seen in as soon as four weeks.

Lytera is developed by SkinMedica, a skin care system founded by renowned dermatologist Dr. Richard Fitzpatrick. The entire aesthetic product line is based on the science of the skin's own healing abilities. As skin ages, elasticity decreases, lines appear and overall appearance is diminished. To counteract the effects of time, SkinMedica products contain restorative ingredients that work below the skin's surface to regenerate the health of the skin. Dermatology Alliance-Keller is an authorized distributor of SkinMedica products including cleaners, moisturizers, anti-aging, sunscreen and acne treatment

Lytera Skin Brightening Complex is available without a prescription and can be purchased at Dermatology Alliance-Keller. For more information or to make an appointment, call 817-251-6555 or go to http://www.dermatologyalliancekeller.com.

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