For Enhanced Skin Tightening, Exilis May Be Combined With Other Treatments

Noninvasive and painless Exilis treatments use powerful, focused radio frequency to uniformly heat the skin of a patient’s problem areas—including on the face and abdomen—to promote fat disintegration and skin tightening. While Exilis is considered extremely effective on its own, it may be combined with other non-surgical therapies for heightened results, exceeding patient expectations. Here […]

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Skin Protection Tips for Winter Weather

While you may not feel the intense rays of the sun beating down on your skin in winter, the sun still has the potential to cause skin damage and even cancer during the winter months. Therefore, it is essential to keep your skin protected throughout the year. Here are some tips on sun protection in […]

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Five Ways to Treat Your Baby’s Eczema

Up to 20 percent of babies and toddlers develop eczema, an itchy skin rash characterized by redness, dry or scaly patches, and small bumps. Most cases appear during the first year of life. While the rash comes and goes, it can cause substantial discomfort. Here are the steps a parent should take if his or […]

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Top Benefits of Broadband Light Treatments

Broadband light (BBL) treatments involve lamps that emit wavelengths, which can target and help improve many skin conditions. BBL addresses issues of aging as well as skin damage from the sun or other causes. Top Three Benefits of the Treatment It’s fast. It’s possible to complete the process within only about 30 minutes, depending on […]

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4 Skin Care Products to Use This Winter

While many people limit sunscreen to the warmer months, sun protection is important all year round. Products that protect the skin from the sun’s UV rays prevent signs of aging like fine lines and wrinkles—and reduce skin cancer risk. However, it’s important to choose the right products and apply them properly. Here are four of […]

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Five Ways to Love Your Skin All Winter

Chilly winter months are the perfect time for cozy sweaters, hot cocoa, and bonfires. Unfortunately, it’s also a time when one’s skin can suffer. At The Dermatology Clinic, we want our patient’s skin to be healthy all year long. Here are five winter skin care tips for great skin. 1. Maintain Your Facial Care Regimen […]

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Retinol and Retinoid: What’s the Difference?

When the skin begins to lose its elasticity due to the aging process and a number of other reasons, such as illness or environmental factors, wrinkles develop. In addition, smooth skin starts to look rough and patchy. Both retinol and retinoid hold properties that combat the changes that come with aging, which leads to healthier, […]

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The Top Health Hazards and Skin Infections for Nail Salon Clients

Nail salon workers are exposed to a plethora of skin infections, viruses, and blood borne pathogens. It only takes a small break in sanitation practices to share an infection with their customers. Any compromise in the skin barrier exposes a person to bacteria and other organisms. Improper sterilization of instruments, insufficient cleaning of gloved or […]

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Vital Facts About Vitiligo

Vitiligo is considered an autoimmune disease that causes body defense mechanisms to destroy pigment, forming melanocytes in the skin, resulting in disfiguring white patches. The destruction of these cells often extends to mucous membranes and may affect the eyes, mouth, nose, and ears, as well as genitals. It affects people of any ethnicity and may […]

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Actinic Keratosis: Is It Cancer or Just a Warning?

When skin is exposed to ultraviolet rays for years, developing actinic keratosis (also known as solar keratosis) is possible. It usually appears as a dry area on damaged skin, kind of scaly, and slightly discolored. Most people feel them before they see them because they are so small.  Symptoms Actinic Keratosis usually appears as a […]

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