• 10 Ways to Help Prevent Summer Eczema Flare-Ups
    Eczema flare ups are common in the summer, often stimulated even more by allergies, heat and general changing of the seasons. But there are many ways to help keep your Read more
  • Microneedling – Why a Professional is Better than At-Home Treatment
    Though at-home microneedling has been marketed as a safe, easy alternative to using a professional for the procedure, there a number of reasons you really should leave it to the Read more
  • Juvederm – A Liquid Facelift
    When the reflection in the mirror doesn’t feel like a true reflection of your age (or the age you want to see in yourself), a filler like Juvederm can be Read more
  • Things to Know Before you Botox
    If you are contemplating Botox, here are some things to consider: Botox doesn’t actually erase wrinkles. For most people, Botox is more preventative than restorative. Its active ingredient “freezes” facial muscles to Read more
  • The Doctor will See You. Online.
    Among stay-at-home orders and intensive new procedures for essential visits, seeing your doctor in person is more challenging than ever. But that doesn’t stop your eczema from flaring, your rash Read more
  • Why Biologics might be a good option for your psoriasis
    Biologic agents are an important treatment option for people with moderate-to-severe psoriasis, psoriatic arthritis, or both. These medications are administered by injection and may be taken at home or in Read more
  • What is a HydraFacial?
    What is a HydraFacial? The HydraFacial is quickly becoming the most popular in-office facial treatments. It has become the go-to facial for everyone from Hollywood celebrities to your Facebook friends because Read more
  • Can Hair Loss be reversed with my own plasma?
    While bald looks good on Dwayne Johnson and Michael Jordan, it’s not the look every man wants. Most male-pattern baldness historically has been viewed as a symptom of getting older Read more
  • Son of Holocaust Survivors Releases New Book About His Parents’ Account Living Through the Gruesome Genocide
    PRINCETON JUNCTION, N.J. (PRWEB) MARCH 30, 2020 Dr. Jerry Bagel learned how to count by the numbers on his parents’ arms. He grew up listening to the traumatic stories that his Read more
  • The Power of Botox Isn’t Just Skin Deep
    When you hear the term “Botox,” you probably envision middle-aged men and women being injected with needles to minimize their wrinkles. While it does offer incredible cosmetic results, its power Read more
  • Show Your Skin a Little Love
    It’s not uncommon for skin to become irritated, inflamed and susceptible to breakouts. In fact, the American Academy of Dermatology reports that more than 50 million Americans suffer from acne Read more
  • Keep Your Skin Kissable on Valentine’s Day
    Valentine’s Day is just around the corner, which means many people are planning romantic getaways and dietary indulgences they wouldn’t normally participate in. As fun as it can be to Read more
  • How Often Do You Do a Body Check?
    Your skin is a remarkable organ that’s constantly replenishing and repairing itself. In fact, it’s estimated that the human body sheds up to 40,000 dead skin cells every single minute. Read more
  • Rosacea
    Combat Winter Redness with These Tips and Tricks Rosacea is a common skin disorder that affects many people. It is characterized by redness mainly on the face, around the cheeks, nose, Read more
  • Are Hot Baths Putting Your Skin at Risk?
    There is nothing better than taking hot baths after a long, grueling and chilly winter day, right? Wrong. While the hot water may feel wonderful against your skin, it is Read more
  • Melanoma Awareness: Winter Sun Exposure
    When people think about skin cancer, they often don’t realize that there are different varieties, with melanoma being among the most serious. The most important step for preventing any type Read more

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