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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 redness associated with the condition. Many struggle to find relief in store-bought skin care products, which can sometimes worsen symptoms. Fortunately, there are natural remedies you can try that help your skin replenish vital moisture and nutrients.

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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 24/7, your skin takes a beating to keep you healthy and confident. Fortunately, you can give it the thanks it deserves by restoring and rejuvenating it with laser skin resurfacing.

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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 temperatures that accompany the winter season can be especially irritating for your skin. Use these tips to satisfy your skin and keep embarrassing flare-ups at bay.

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How to Handle Your Psoriasis this Winter

While it can be hard to get a handle on your psoriasis no matter what time of year it is, the winter season can be especially worrisome. As you’re deciding on your winter wardrobe and planning holiday celebrations, get insight on steps you can take to manage your skin condition.

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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 for this kind of cancer very important. Luckily, Mohs surgery has a long record of success, and its effectiveness has increased over time. Many studies put the success rate of this procedure around 99 percent. In a study from 2010, only three local recurrences of SCCs occurred out of 260 incidents. That’s only a 1.2 percent recurrence rate, making it the most effective approach to squamous cell skin cancers.

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New Year, New You

Get Started on Your 2019 New Year’s Resolutions

The new year is upon us, which means many people are planning out their path to renewal by setting resolutions. According to one recent poll, seven of the top 10 New Year’s resolutions are directly related to physical health and improved body image.

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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 the winter. Cold winter air holds less moisture, causing skin to become drier as temperatures drop. Heated indoor air adds to the problem, leaving you with skin that feels tight and dry. Winter sports enthusiasts have the added effect of wind that dries and chaps skin and lips.

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Your Winter Skin Care Routine

Dry winter air dries out your skin. Not only is there less humidity, but your body also reacts by constricting blood vessels in an attempt to hold in heat, which means there is less circulation to outer skin layers. This combination of cold-weather effects leaves many people battling dull, dry skin and the flaking and cracking that comes with it.

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