The skin is the largest organ on the body. It is also exposed to the elements, making it at a much higher risk for early aging and skin cancer. Dr. Marta Rendon is a board-certified dermatologist in the Deerfield Beach area who can assist patients in promoting better skin health and care to prolong the life and youthfulness of their body.
Prevention is at the forefront of what Dr. Marta Rendon educates her patients about when it comes to skin care. Protecting the skin from the sun’s harmful UV rays is essential for reducing the risk of skin cancer. The UV rays in sunlight deteriorate collagen and can cause skin to develop an extreme lack of moisture and noticeable laxity. It can create sunspots, have permanent effects on pigmentation, and most importantly, can result in the development of skin cancer. Skin cancer is one of the fastest growing types of cancers and is caused by UV exposure. Patients are encouraged to visit the practice at least once a year for an annual skin cancer screening performed by our dermatologist.
Next, Dr. Marta Rendon will talk to patients about maintaining their skin. This may include planning a skin care regimen for home use. This may include cleansers, toners, moisturizers, and exfoliating products that are fortified with antioxidants, vitamins, and minerals that can improve the skin and reduce the obvious signs of aging.
An individualized skin care regimen may also include regular treatments such as chemical peels, facials, or laser rejuvenation that can be done periodically for continued improvement in the skin. These are often easy to integrate into skin care regimens and patients can maintain their results with their at-home care solutions.
If you have been searching for a dermatologist “near me” in the Deerfield Beach area or a surrounding community, we welcome you! Contact Rendon Center for Dermatology and Aesthetic Medicine today to book a consultation visit with our board-certified dermatologist and our team of professionals to find out more about obtaining quality skin care solutions and learning about preventative steps you can take to reduce your risk of common problems.