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5 Reasons Why CoolSculpting Is So ‘Hot’ Right Now

Did you know that the average American gains 30 pounds from ages 20 to 50, even though people don’t usually eat more food during this period? The deck is stacked against women even more because when they reach perimenopause and/or menopause they may gain weight due to hormone changes. Particularly weight gain around the waistline is common because low estrogen Continue reading

Are Sweat and Eczema Connected?

If you have eczema, learning how to manage your symptoms on a day-to-day basis can be difficult. Although there are many things you can do to control your eczema flare ups, there are certain times that they simply can’t be avoided. Now in the summer months, you may wonder if heat and sweating can impact your skin condition. Does Sweat Continue reading

CoolSculpting: An Alternative to Invasive Fat Removal Surgery?

CoolSculpting is an FDA-approved method of fat reduction that targets areas where fat persists despite dieting and exercise. Best of all, it involves zero downtime — zero! The alternative is liposuction, the surgical removal of fat which involves considerable downtime for recovery. Liposuction Liposuction involves using a small metal tube, called a cannula, and suction to remove excess fat from Continue reading

Does Coolsculpting Work on The Thighs?

Coolsculpting is a revolutionary technique that allows people to get rid of stubborn, unwanted fat without invasive procedures like liposuction. For many people, this procedure succeeds where diet and exercise fall flat. Some people struggle with fat in certain areas of the body that just won’t go away. “Coolsculpting is a non-invasive, non-surgical method that involves freezing the fat in Continue reading

CoolSculpting can Eliminate the “Banana Roll” Once and for All

The Banana Roll — that little roll of fat under the butt that never seems to respond to exercise? Eliminating it is high on your “body goals” wish list, but you’re not sure where to start, and liposuction seems a little extreme. Have you considered CoolSculpting that annoying banana roll out of existence? “If you’ve never heard of CoolSculpting, or Continue reading

Is CoolSculpting For The Arms An Option For Me?

When it comes to “problem” areas of the body, arms are often at the top of the list. This is particularly true as we age. It seems that no matter how much you exercise or diet that extra bit of fat in the upper arm area refuses to budge. You can have a healthy, fit and strong body and still Continue reading

Lichen Nitidus: Tiny Bumps on the Skin

Lichen Nitidus is a bumpy rash that typically develops in children and young adults, but it can affect anyone. It’s not known what causes it, but luckily it isn’t harmful. “It appears as clusters of bumps or papules which are smaller than a pinhead. They tend to be flat-topped and round, and usually the same color as your skin, although Continue reading

CoolSculpting Now FDA Approved For Treating Arms!

CoolSculpting has been a successful, non-invasive method for treating stubborn fat found on the body in areas including the abdomen, thighs, love handles, and chin. The FDA has now approved this unique therapy for treatment of another area that many struggle to see definition: The arms. “The arms are a major aesthetic concern for many patients,” says Dr. Miriam Hanson, dermatologist Continue reading

A Quick Guide to Zeltiq CoolSculpting

Looking for an effective, non-invasive way to take care of that little fat bulge that no amount of exercise seems to get rid of? Have you ever heard about Coolsculpting? No? Take a look at the what this innovative procedure has to offer. What is Zeltiq CoolSculpting? “I like to tell patients what CoolSculpting is not,” says Dr. Miriam Hanson, Continue reading

Understanding DSAP: Disseminated Superficial Actinic Porokeratosis

Disseminated Superficial Actinic Porokeratosis, or DSAP, might not be something you’ve heard much about, but if it affects you or others in your family, it’s certainly worth learning about. What is Disseminated Superficial Actinic Porokeratosis? “Disseminated Superficial Actinic Porokeratosis (DSAP) is an inherited skin condition which causes dry and flaky patches to appear on the skin, mostly on the legs Continue reading

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