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Restylane® Lyft Approved by the FDA For Use In Hands!

No matter how well you take care of your face, or how firm and trim you keep your body via regular exercise and a healthy diet, one thing that can always give your age away is your hands. As the skin becomes thinner and loses its resiliency, the backs of your hands begin to show their true age. In effect Continue reading

When Should I Start Botox Treatments?

Starting the anti-aging process and maintenance with Botox cosmetic treatments is a very personal decision and one that shouldn’t be taken lightly. “Being informed as much as possible on the treatment itself is one of the best ways to ensure you are making a correct decision for yourself,” shares Selina Santos, certified physician assistant at Sanova Dermatology in Austin, Texas. Continue reading

What is C02RE Intima?

Intimate wellness is something people may feel uncomfortable talking about but can’t stop obsessing over. Whether you’ve just had a child, lost a significant amount of weight, or have decided you need to reclaim intimate robustness, treatments using a Co2re Intima can help. What is Co2re Intima? an in demand, new method of tightening skin more commonly known as non-surgical Continue reading

Can Sciton Halo Help With Your Skin Concern?

Halo is the first fractionated laser that uses both ablative and non-ablative technology. The ablative wavelength targets tiny pathways in the skin, leaving the area around it unscathed. Meanwhile, the non-ablative wavelength drills little thermal injuries into the skin, which trigger collagen and elastin production (the stuff that minimizes fine lines and wrinkles). “Halo fires these two wavelength simultaneously, making Continue reading

Introducing: The CoolSculpting CoolAdvantage Petite

Do you have troublesome small pockets of fat around your arms that you just cannot seem to get rid of?  If so, good news! With the new CoolAdvantage Petite, getting rid of bra bulges, and other small areas, has never been easier. We couldn’t be more excited about this new treatment, just in time for summer! Read on to find out what benefits Continue reading

Daily Aspirin May Double Men’s Risk Of Skin Cancer

For decades, medical professionals have been recommending the use of aspirin therapy for certain patients who have suffered from or are susceptible to stroke, heart attacks, or diabetes. This daily dose of aspirin has also been linked to a decreased risk of colorectal cancer, and many types of gastrointestinal cancers as well. Because of these important benefits, a group of Continue reading

Under Your Skin: The Inside Story on Blackheads and Whiteheads

Nearly everyone has them at some point in life, but that doesn’t make having pimples any easier. Whether you have whiteheads, blackheads or an inflamed acne bump, you’d like them to clear up. The problem starts when greasy secretions from the skin’s sebaceous (oil) glands combine with dead skin cells. This excess oil (called sebum) and the dead cells stop Continue reading

Are Firefighters at Greater Risk for Skin Cancer?

Firefighters at greater risk for skin cancer “As if their jobs aren’t dangerous enough, there’s new evidence that suggests that firefighters may have an increased risk for skin cancer over those in other professions,” explains Dr. Jennifer Vickers, board certified dermatologist at Sanova Dermatology in Bee Cave, Texas. What’s causing the increased risk? According to researchers studying the Annual Cancer Continue reading

The ABC’s of Skin Cancer Detection

Although it doesn’t always get a lot of attention, skin cancer is actually the most common cancer in the United States. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, in 2014, “76,665 people in the United States were diagnosed with melanomas of the skin and 9,324 people died from this cancer”. “This is why it’s essential to perform regular Continue reading

Why Wear UPF Clothing?

Protecting yourself from the Sun’s harmful effects should be a multi-faceted approach. As people live longer, they face more sun exposure to their skin.  So even if you have no family history of skin cancer, you need to be careful and take advantage of all the tactics dermatologists recommend to protect yourself. Let’s look at one of those tactics–the wear of UPF rated clothing. Continue reading

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