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  • 5 Natural Skin Care Remedies for Eczema Symptoms
    According to the National Eczema Association, eczema affects approximately 31.6 million Americans, over 10 percent of the population. Any one of these individuals can attest to the irritation, itchiness and Read more
  • What Are the Advantages of the Psoriasis Treatment Center?
    If you or a loved one is facing psoriasis, it can be frustrating to learn that this disorder does not have a cure. The good news is that you can Read more
  • Best Vitamins and Supplements to Promote Healthy and Glowing Skin
    According to records from the American Academy of Dermatology, acne affects over 50 million people each year, psoriasis affects 7.5 million, and rosacea affects 16 million. An average of 9,500 Read more
  • Love Your Skin Try Laser Skin Resurfacing
    It’s important to love the skin you’re in, but it’s also important to take good care of it. Since it’s exposed to pollutants, sunlight and the whims of the weather Read more
  • 5 Tips for Preventing Cold-Weather Acne
    If you have acne, which impacts as many as 50 million Americans a year, you’ve got to do everything you can to take proper care of your skin. The colder Read more
  • Understanding Mohs Surgery
    What It Is and How It Benefits Patients Skin cancers are incredibly common, with an estimated 5.4 million cases per year according to the Skin Cancer Foundation. This makes effective treatment Read more
  • 6 Tips for Treating Your Dry Skin this Winter
    Americans spend roughly $2,000 a year, on skin care products. And while sunscreen is a major focus during summer months, our skin needs just as much protection and pampering during Read more
  • What You Need to Know about Hidradenitis Suppurativa
    Hidradenitis Suppurativa is a skin disease that appears similar to pimples or boils at first but in areas not usually associated with acne. These irritated spots grow and eventually cause Read more
  • Is Sunscreen Still Important in the Winter?
    Don’t let cooler temperatures lull you into a false sense of security and become complacent in your personal-care routines. While it may appear logical to decrease your use of sunblock Read more
  • What Are the Different Types of Eczema?
    If you deal with bouts of itchy skin and inflammation that comes from eczema, you know how important proactively treating it can be. To properly treat your skin, though, you Read more
  • How to Prep Your Skin for Winter Weather
    Winter may bring some wonderful things like holiday parties, traditions or gathering together with loved ones. However, winter also brings drier, colder wind that can strip your skin of its Read more
  • Molluscum Contagiosum: Is it as Scary as it Sounds?
    Noticing something unfamiliar on your skin can be worrisome and unnerving. Noticing an unfamiliar rash on your child can be a downright terrifying experience. A skin infection often leads to a Read more
  • Is Too Much Caffeine Bad For Your Skin?
    It’s Fall and that means it’s pumpkin spice latte season! It can be tempting to indulge as much as you’d like since these special seasonal beverages are only available for Read more
  • Hair Loss: What are my Treatment Options?
    There are many cosmetic issues that come up in people’s appearances throughout life. One of the most devastating can be hair loss for both men and women. Some estimates report that as Read more
  • Fountain of Youthful Skin
    Treatments for Resolving the Effects of Aging Skin Aging is a part of the human condition and no matter how healthy we try to be to keep our appearance youthful and Read more
  • Feel Better in your Skin
    Tips for Clearing up your Acne One of the biggest dermatological issues people have to contend with is acne. Although this problem is most often associated with teenagers, people can develop Read more

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