Skin Cancer

Advantages Of Mohs Surgery For Skin Cancer Treatment

With recent estimates indicating that one in five Americans will be diagnosed with skin cancer in their lifetime, it’s more important than ever to know what treatments are best. Basal cell carcinoma and squamous cell carcinoma, the two most common forms of skin cancer, are particularly well suited to treatment with Mohs Surgery. What is Mohs Surgery? Pronounced Moes, Mohs Micrographic Surgery is a Continue reading

5 Reasons Why Intellishade Should Be Part of Your Skincare Regimen

If there’s one age-defying moisturizer that should be your number one go-to moisturizer, it’s Intellishade by Revision. This award-winning product is chock-full of age-defying ingredients that moisturize and protect your skin while lessening the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles. Intellishade comes in just one tint, as it uses a sheer mineral tint that naturally blends to match any skin Continue reading

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

Improved Results For Actinic Keratosis Treatment!

According to The American Academy of Dermatology, Actinic Keratoses are precancerous, scaly-looking lesions found on the face, neck, ears, nose or any skin area that have undergone prolonged exposure to the sun. There are many treatment options for these: liquid nitrogen, light therapy, and multiple prescription creams. A recent study has revealed a new way of using a combined therapy of Continue reading

Prevent Skin Cancer By Wearing Sunscreen Every Day!

Every person needs to protect themselves from the sun. Yes, you need Vitamin D. No, you do not need to expose your skin to the sun without protection. “Many people may not associate skin cancer prevention with basic skincare, but safely spending time in the sun requires high-quality skincare,” mentions Alicia Hauslauer, a physician assistant at Poole Dermatology, a Sanova Continue reading

3 Tips To Get Your Teen To Use Sunscreen!

We may have only recently welcomed the new year, but Spring and Summer will be here before we know it! With beach days, barbeques, and outdoor sports filling our children’s thoughts and calendars, it is definitely time to start thinking about your sun-safe action plan to combat the harmful effects of UV rays. According to the American Cancer Society, the Continue reading

Why Choose Mohs Surgery To Treat Your Skin Cancer?

  Mohs surgery…does the name ring a bell? No? That’s okay! Most people are unfamiliar with the procedure until they delve into the sea of skin cancer. “Whether you or a loved one has been diagnosed with skin cancer, it’s a good idea to prepare yourself with as much information as possible regarding treatments, outcomes, and your future,” explains Dr. Continue reading

Why Use Broad Spectrum Sunscreen?

Summer is here! And while protecting yourself from sun damage is really a year-round concern, it is most important in this season of swimming, hiking, and outdoor sports, when ultraviolet light is at its peak. Ultraviolet radiation Damage to your skin comes from ultraviolet (UV) radiation. Whether you’re outside in the sun, skiing on a snowy hill, walking on a Continue reading

5 Things You Didn’t Know About Skin Cancer!

Although we are getting into the sunny summer months, it’s important to remember that skin cancer prevention is a year-long job. As the most common form of cancer, it is currently estimated that one in five Americans will develop skin cancer within their lifetime. Fortunately, the two most common forms, squamous cell carcinomas, and basal cell cancer have high cure Continue reading

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