Women’s Health

A Case For Not Sharing Skin Care

When getting ready with a friend to go out for the night, you may be tempted to borrow some of her makeup. Or maybe you’re staying with your sister and you’re curious about the new moisturizer she has on her bathroom counter that she’s been raving about. Take the time to consider a few things before you slather it on. 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

PRP for Female Pattern Hair Loss

“To say that hair loss is traumatic for a woman is an understatement,” states Dr. Aron Gewirtzman, board certified dermatologist at Sanova Dermatology – Central Austin in Austin, Texas.” Our society is far more accepting of hair loss in men, and nobody is particularly shocked when they see a man with a receding hairline, or even a completely bald head,” Continue reading

The Role Of A Dermatology Physician Assistant (PA)

Physician assistants (PAs) are becoming more prevalent in many areas of healthcare. These highly qualified medical providers work with physicians, and they receive education and training in all major specialities, including dermatology. While physicians receive a doctorate degree in medicine, most PAs have a master’s degree in medicine. “PAs who work in dermatology receive a great deal of additional training from the Continue reading

You’re Faithful About Using Sunscreen — But Are You Using it Correctly?

Much has been written over the past few decades about the dangers of exposing your skin to the sun’s rays without protecting it with sunscreen. We’re urged over and over again to make sunscreen part of our daily skin care regimen, and with good reason. “The rate of new melanoma, the deadliest form of skin cancer, among adults in the Continue reading

How are Scarring and Non-Scarring Hair Loss Different?

Hair loss is all too common a concern. For men and women alike, hair loss can be an indication of a health problem, a side effect of a medical treatment or medication, or something we consider genetically programmed and part of the natural aging process. Regardless of the reasons, hair loss is much more than an aesthetic concern. As such, there Continue reading

Don’t Let Runner’s Toe Slow You Down

Running is a great way to stay fit and it’s one of the most popular forms of exercise. But even though running brings heart-healthy benefits, all of that pounding on the feet can cause visible problems in the skin and toenails. Many long distance runners have toenails that turn black. “The repetitive pressure on the toe from running can cause Continue reading

Is Perioral Dermatitis Causing the Breakouts and Rashes Around My Mouth?

Perioral Dermatitis (also called periorifical dermatitis) is a common skin rash mainly affecting younger women. It is most commonly seen between the ages of 19 and 40. It can also be found in men, children, and the elderly, though with less frequency. With this condition, the skin near the mouth is the area most often affected, with a possible spread to the nose, Continue reading

How Does Rogaine/Minoxidil Work For Hair Loss?

Men and women alike can suffer from the distressing effects of hair loss, from thinning of the hair to pattern baldness. “Several causes for hair loss exist,” says Dr. Miriam Hanson, board certified dermatologist in Austin, Texas. This includes androgenetic alopecia, a heritable form of thinning that often affects people around age 40, and alopecia areata, an autoimmune disease that Continue reading

Which Supplements Should be Avoided Before Surgery or Cosmetic Procedures?

Do you know which supplements should be avoided before surgery or cosmetic procedures? We all know we need to tell our doctors about the prescriptions we’re taking, and even the over-the-counter drugs we’re on. But how often do you consider the potential risks supplements have to the safety of a medical procedure? “It’s a little ironic,” says Dr. Adam Mamelak, board-certified Continue reading

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