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Bothersome Blemishes? Tips From First-Hand Treatment

After struggling with severe acne and skin problems as a teen and young adult, I spent years working with a dermatologist to clear things up. Throughout the many appointments and consultations, I learned a lot about proper skin care and what to do to minimize my risk of breakouts. Many of the tips I learned are things you don't come across in many places, so I decided to create this site in the hopes that it would help others see that there's more you can do beyond the traditional over-the-counter creams and cleaning pads. I hope the information here keeps you from having to face another special event with the embarrassment of your skin problems.


3 Uses For Botox

22 May 2017
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Botox has so many uses. Some are medical while are others are cosmetic, but the important thing to know is that many people use it because Botox is such an effective way to get results. If you have never had Botox injections you might be wondering what Botox can be used for. Here are some things you should know. 1. Botox Can Be Used For Overactive Sweat Glands  Do you have a major problem with sweating? Read More …

How Retinoids Can Help Reduce Your Acne Breakouts

17 May 2017
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If you struggle with frequent and strong acne breakouts, you're probably seeking something that can help. While over the counter methods are sometimes helpful, stronger medications that are only available with the help of a dermatologist, like retinoids, can do far more for your breakouts. Read on to learn how retinoids could be the solution you're looking for and how they're able to reduce or stop acne. Retinoids Speed Up Cell Turnover Read More …

Preparing For Mohs Treatment

15 May 2017
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Any type of cancer can be scary. Skin cancer is a type of cancer that many people have to go through each year. In fact skin cancer is the most common type of cancer in the United states with approximately 9,500 people being diagnosed with skin cancer each day. That is a lot of skin cancer. One method of skin cancer removal is called Mohs Treatment, and consists of a doctor cutting thin layers of the skin cancer out of your skin with a scalpel. Read More …