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Tips To Relieve & Care For Your Sensitive Skin

June 11th, 2017

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If you suffer from sensitive skin, you understand how frustrating it can be. You try a new product, and your skin goes absolutely haywire. Or, your regular products are suddenly giving you issues. Are they getting too old? It can be hard to know what the real issue is sometimes.

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Mohs Surgery For Basal Cell Carcinoma

May 14th, 2017
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Basal cell carcinoma (BCC) is the most common type of skin cancer medical professionals see. This type of skin cancer varies in the way it presents itself and can be in the form of an open sore, a red or pink patch, a shiny bump, or even a scar-like mark. These growths line the deepest part of your top layer of skin and are most often caused by sun damage.

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Vitamin C: One Of The Easiest Ways To Maintain Your Skin’s Firmness

April 30th, 2017
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If you pay any attention to the cosmetic TV and online commercials, you’re likely well-versed with how often the terms collagen, Vitamin C, and firm skin are used.  As we age, particularly us women, it’s normal for skin to lose that firm appearance — this is usually due to a breakdown in collagen.

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Is There Really A Difference Between A Pediatric Dermatologist & An Adult Dermatologist?

April 22nd, 2017
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The short answer to this question is YES. As with many medical and non-medical professions, there will always be a small group within the industry that specializes in providing services for children, or other segments. When it comes to your children, you will always want them to receive the best possible care. Much like visiting the dentist or family doctor, someone who specializes in children will be able to best serve the needs of your family.

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Are Tattoos Disguising the Early Stages of Skin Cancer?

April 4th, 2017
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In today’s world, tattoos are completely acceptable for the most part. Twenty years ago, this wasn’t the case. Men in offices wore long-sleeves shirts to cover their forearm tattoos, and women with tattoos on their ankles or feet were unable to wear sandals.

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