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5 Telling Signs Of Skin Cancer

According to the Center for Disease Control, the most common type of cancer in the U.S. is skin cancer. Detecting skin cancer early increases your chances of survival as well as often decreasing the size of surgery and the possible need for radiation, chemotherapy, or immunotherapy. While Basal Cell Carcinomas (the most common skin cancer) generally cause local destruction of Continue reading

How To Protect Your Children From Skin Cancer

Summer is filled with time spent outdoors, and with that fun comes significant sun exposure. Although young children are not able to fully understand the risks of sunburns and sun exposure, teaching them healthy habits from a young age can help them learn to make the right skincare decisions throughout their lives. Teach Your Children the Importance of Sunscreen Many children Continue reading

What Is Restylane Kysse and How Is It Used for Anti-Aging?

Restylane Kysse is a new filler option for lip injections, which can be used to smooth wrinkles, give definition, and increase volume. The FDA recently gave Restylane Kysse approval and it looks like it’s going to be a real game-changer for people who really want to make their lips look younger. “The idea was to have a filler that delivers structure Continue reading

Do Jade Rollers Really Work?

Jade rollers have been popping up all over Instagram lately. The attractive green stone creates aesthetic photos, and celebrities and influencers are quick to rave about their benefits. But does this trend really work? The complex answer is yes and no. What Are Jade Rollers? Jade rollers are an emerging trend that many believe can have a variety of facial benefits. “From Continue reading

Keeping Hands Moisturized After Excessive Hand Sanitizer & Hand Washing

If you’re like a lot of Americans, you’ve spent the last two months hyper-conscious of your hands. Trying to avoid touching doorknobs and buttons, repeating the mantra “don’t touch your face”, even become lighting fast with application of hand sanitizer when coming into contact with something even slightly suspect. We have all become proficient with washing our hands for the Continue reading

Hyperpigmentation vs Hypopigmentation

Are you noticing more and more dark spots on your face lately? Or perhaps the opposite–lighter patches of skin? Changes in your pigmentation, or the coloring of your skin, can appear as both lighter or darker areas. “Changes in the color of the skin are a common concern and can affect people of all ages,” says Dr. Melanie Pickett, a Continue reading

4 Ways To Naturally Manage Rosacea

Rosacea affects approximately 45 million people around the world. Despite how common the condition is, 76% of patients report suffering from low self-esteem as a result of facial redness. Although the first line of defense should always involve visiting a dermatologist, natural remedies can help reduce the appearance of rosacea in addition to medical treatment by reducing triggers. Try these four natural approaches Continue reading

Do Eye Masks Really Work?

Are you finding yourself at home with more time on your hands than you usually have? This is a great opportunity to build a self-care routine and test products that you have not found time to test. It is also a great time to try out some of those products that you may have seen in a magazine piece or Continue reading

The Comfort of Teledermatology During Troubling Times

The times we live in now are a bit unsettling. We are worried about taking the necessary precautions to keep ourselves and our families safe. One drawback of these safety measures is having to stay in and keep away from others. Though this is necessary to stop the spread of infection, it makes it hard to make a living, go Continue reading

Qbrexza As A Treatment Option For Hyperhidrosis

Hyperhidrosis, or excessive sweating, affects an estimated 2-3% of the American population. Hyperhidrosis can be a symptom of other diseases, but most cases occur in perfectly healthy individuals. Some common causes of hyperhidrosis are body temperature and emotions, but many who suffer from hyperhidrosis sweat no matter the weather or their mood. If excessive sweating is disrupting any facets of Continue reading

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