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Kybella For Double Chin Removal

January 21st, 2018

Kybella For Double Chin Removal

Until quite recently, double chin had been considered one of the top esthetical problems which are the most difficult to treat. This problem emerges due to aging, genetics, excess weight or any combination of these factors.

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Top 7 Dangerous DIY Skin Care Recipes

December 17th, 2017

Dangerous DIY Skin Care Recipes

The world becomes more and more complicated. The skin care industry keeps up with it. Each year you see so many new skin care brands, products, and even separate ingredients, that it feels like you need to get another university education to distinguish fads and fakes from things worth using.

Perhaps this feeling that everything is over-complicated makes some people interested in tips that look simple. Just go to the kitchen, throw some “natural” products to the blender, put it on your face for a few minutes, and that’s it.  

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Dermatologist Or Surgeon? I’m Unsure Where To Turn

December 10th, 2017

Dermatologist Or Surgeon?

It’s not uncommon for patients diagnosed with skin cancer or their relatives to research for the information whether it is better to address an oncologic surgeon or a dermatologist for removal of the malignant growth.  

The question usually appears because nobody wants to have visible scars or additional surgeries, and people are starting to hesitate. Will the dermatologist be accurate enough? Or maybe the oncologic surgeon will do it better? Will I need to address the plastic surgeon to remove the consequences of the operation?

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What Are the Risk Factors for Skin Cancer?

October 29th, 2017

Oily skin

Medical science provides us with more and more evidence-based data on skin cancer treatment and prevention. We think that paying attention to this information is very useful for anyone who wants a long, happy and healthy life.

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Oily Skin. Would A Dermatologist Help?

October 22nd, 2017

Oily skin

How would you know that you have the oily skin? It is characterized by increased activity of the sebaceous glands, rough texture, and dull or “shiny” complexion. This type of skin is prone to the appearance of pimples, blackheads, and other blemishes, which are usually very upsetting to its owner. Face, upper chest and back skin are the favorite places of such rashes (and, unfortunately, very noticeable). While many people had acne or some other skin issues in their adolescence and happily forgotten about it as they grew older, some people have to deal with all wonders of oily skin for a lifetime.

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