Archive for the "Skin Care" Category
Tips to Protect Your Skin from the Sun’s Damaging Rays
If you enjoy spending time outdoors but don’t protect your skin from the sun, you could end up with signs of premature aging and even develop skin cancer ...Read More
How Long Do the Results from Sclerotherapy Last?
Varicose veins can cause cosmetic concerns in addition to pain and discomfort. Sclerotherapy can help improve their appearance as well as their symptoms. What is the Recovery Time ...Read More
May is Skin Cancer Awareness Month
Skin cancer is among the most common forms of cancer in the U.S. With May being Skin Cancer Awareness Month, it is important to learn how to prevent ...Read More
What Are the Benefits of a Glycolic Peel?
Glycolic acid plays an important role in the skincare regimen from teenagers to adults. It is an effective treatment to brighten and renew skin. What is Glycolic Acid? ...Read More
What are the Benefits of Microneedling?
Microneedling can help improve your skin’s appearance in a variety of ways by stimulating your body’s own healing process and working with serums for an intensified effect. What ...Read More
How Long Does Laser Hair Removal Last?
Laser hair removal is becoming more popular because of its long-term and even permanent results that you can see after just a few sessions. If you’re spending time ...Read More
How Microdermabrasion Can Improve Skin
Do you look in the mirror only to notice a reflection of fine lines, dull skin, sun damage, and acne scars? These telltale signs of aging and acne ...Read More
Should I Be Worried If A Parent Had Skin Cancer?
Have your parents or siblings been treated for skin cancer in the past? If so, you may worry that you’ll get a similar diagnosis sometime in the future. ...Read More
Can Facials Help With Acne?
Acne isn’t just for teenagers. Adult acne affects 25% of adult men and 50% of adult women at some point in their lives. Let’s explore the causes of ...Read More
Is this Skin Cancer?
Skin cancer is the abnormal, uncontrolled growth of skin cells. It can develop on sun-exposed areas of your skin, but can also form on skin areas that aren’t ...Read More