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What to Do about Dandruff

Although dandruff isn’t a serious medical concern, the flaking and itchiness that come along with it can be cause for lowered self-esteem and get in the way of fully enjoying social activities. The good news, however, is that there are steps you can take to help get rid of dandruff and keep it from coming … Continue reading

Contact Dermatitis, Eczema/Dry Skin

Teaching Your Child How to Manage Eczema

Eczema, or atopic dermatitis, is a common skin condition that affects children as well as adults. Although it can be difficult for anyone of any age to manage, eczema in children poses unique concerns. According to the National Eczema Association (NEA), 1 in 5 of the 9 million children in the U.S. with eczema experience … Continue reading

Eczema/Dry Skin

Exercise and Your Skin

If hitting the gym on a regular basis is on your list of New Year’s resolutions, you might be slacking off by now. This blog is meant to help give you another reason to stick with your exercise resolution for the rest of the year. Exercise benefits the skin in many ways, including helping to … Continue reading

Acne

A Look at the Most Popular Nonsurgical Cosmetic Procedures

Nonsurgical cosmetic procedures continue to rise in popularity among both women and men. According to the 2015 Cosmetic Surgery National Data Bank Statistics from the American Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery, nonsurgical procedures accounted for 42 percent of the total number of all cosmetic procedures performed in 2015. Here is an overview of some of … Continue reading

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Why Stress Is Bad for Your Skin

Have you ever noticed that your skin seems to break out every time you have an important event? This is because the stress that you typically feel before a job interview, important meeting or other special occasion causes an imbalance of hormones in your body. That imbalance can lead to poor skin conditions and a … Continue reading

Eczema/Dry Skin, Skin Aging

Can Exercise Prevent Skin Aging?

We all know that exercise is great for our waistlines and general health and wellness, but could it also help protect our skin against the effects of aging? Research has shown that this is, in fact, the case–all the more reason to stick to your New Year’s resolution to stay active all year long! Here’s … Continue reading

Skin Aging

Oily Skin Tips

Oily skin types are faced with unique challenges, ranging from excess shine to problems with makeup staying in place. But the truth is that oily skin actually has a number of benefits, including a longer-lasting youthful appearance. Understanding the nuances of this unique skin type and using the correct skincare regimen is key for living … Continue reading

Acne

Could Rosacea Impact Your Quality of Life?

Rosacea is a common skin condition that affects over 16 million Americans. It is characterized by red flushing of the skin and small pimple-like bumps. Although its exact cause remains unknown, evidence suggests that genetics and a specific type of mite called Demodex may be partially to blame.  Click here for a brief video about … Continue reading

Rosacea

Do You Know What’s Triggering Your Rosacea?

Characterized by red flushing of the skin that is sometimes accompanied by small pimple-like lesions, rosacea is a common, yet often misunderstood skin condition that affects millions of Americans each year. Click here to see a brief animated video about rosacea. One of the most difficult aspects of managing your rosacea symptoms is that there … Continue reading

Rosacea

Fat Melting Treatment Options

The biggest beauty breakthroughs of the decade are the fat-melting treatments that change the way we tone and sculpt our bodies. If you’ve been searching for nonsurgical solutions to your body contouring needs, consider this your cheat sheet for the latest technologies and what they mean in our fight against fat.  This industry is increasing … Continue reading

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