The Skin Center

26081 Merit Circle Suite #109
Laguna Hills, CA 92653
(949- 582-7699
(949) 582-SKIN
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 The Skin Center’s Cosmetic Skin Care Seminar

Secrets of Timeless Beauty. . . at Any Age

The Skin Center’s Cosmetic Seminar
at the Heritage Ballroom
Tuesday, September 9, 2008

(As Published Aug. 25, 2008 in the OC Register THINGS TO DO)

LAGUNA HILLS The Skin Center – specializing in cosmetic makeovers – is hosting a free anti-aging seminar. The event will be held at 6:30 p.m. on Sept. 9 in The Heritage Ballroom at the Laguna Hills Community Center. Skin experts will tell secrets of timeless beauty and the newest advances in cosmetic services. Information: or 949-582-SKIN


The Skin Center hosted its first Cosmetic Skin Care Seminar at the Laguna Hills Community Center on September 9, 2008.  Over 50 guests attended the educational conference to learn the latest secrets in cosmetic advances.

Cosmetic Rejuvenation Specialist and Board Certified Dermatologist, Nili N. Alai, M.D., FAAD captured the attention of the audience with Hollywood’s celebrity secrets, quick tips on cosmetics and how to age proof your skin.  “The best way to keep your skin looking young and healthy is to wear sunscreen with zinc oxide or invest in a hat,” Dr. Alai stated. “If you are interested in anti-aging, start early and do gradual correction. Don’t wait until the last minute to do everything at once. Anti-aging is just like maintaining your car; sequential maintenance will help your car last longer.”

One latest advancement discussed at the conference is hand rejuvenation with the use of soft tissue fillers.  Youthful skin has a natural volume that aged skin loses over time with the loss of fat pads.  Soft tissue fillers are a great way to naturally restore volume to matured skin on the face and hands.  Hand rejuvenation is a safe and quick procedure that enhances aged hands to a more youthful appearance.       

The Skin Center is soon to announce its Second Annual Skin Care Conference in May 2009.  May is Melanoma Awareness Month and the educational event will primarily focus on medical based information including Melanoma, Mohs surgery and Photodynamic Therapy.