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Improving Your Skin

A few months ago, I realized that there were some big time issues with my skin. I was always breaking out, I felt like I was always dealing with dry skin, and I felt like my complexion was perpetually spotty. Fortunately, a friend of mine recommended a great dermatologist who really understood what I was up against. We met about once every few weeks for the first month or so, and then we transitioned into more of a maintenance routine. Now, I honestly feel like I have the best skin of my life, and it is all thanks to my dermatology team. This blog is all about improving your skin.

Latest Posts

Facial Veins? Why You Have Them And What To Do
18 January 2019

Facial veins are broken capillaries on the face th

Do You Need To See A Dermatologist Or Your Family Physician For Skin Problems?
24 September 2018

There are numerous issues that you can have with y

Common Misconceptions About Melanoma
30 May 2018

Melanoma affects many people all over the world, a

3 Things First-Time Botox Users Should Know
10 November 2017

Botox is essentially a very small concentration of

Five Things That Could Be Making Your Eczema Worse
30 October 2017

Dealing with eczema can feel all-consuming. You ne

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Facial Veins? Why You Have Them And What To Do

Facial veins are broken capillaries on the face that can sometimes be seen in the cheeks, on the nose, under the eyes, and in other areas of the face. These veins may look bright red and tiny in appearance or look deeper and be more blue, green, or purplish in the way they look. Facial veins can be very visible from far away and be in large clusters or be smaller veins that can barely be seen but are still bothersome. Read More 

Do You Need To See A Dermatologist Or Your Family Physician For Skin Problems?

There are numerous issues that you can have with your skin, ranging from minor rashes to more serious issues like skin cancer. You may wonder if you need to see a family physician for your skin problem or a dermatologist. Here are some questions to ask yourself before scheduling an appointment. Is Your Skin Issue Isolated or a Symptom of Something Else? If your skin condition presents with other symptoms, it's often best to visit a family physician first to rule out diseases. Read More 

Common Misconceptions About Melanoma

Melanoma affects many people all over the world, and while it is a common form of cancer, it could easily be touted as one of the most misunderstood. The fact is, there are many different falsehoods floating around where melanoma is concerned. To understand your risks and what to expect if you are diagnosed, it is best to get these untruths out of the way.  Misconception: Children are not at risk of melanoma. Read More 

3 Things First-Time Botox Users Should Know

Botox is essentially a very small concentration of the botulinum toxin that is injected into the skin. Large concentrations of this toxin can lead to serious illness and death, but small concentrations are effective at treating a variety of conditions. Botox has both cosmetic and medical uses. In fact, Botox is the most popular non-surgical cosmetic treatment available. Over 6 million Botox treatments are done each year. Here are a few things that first-time Botox users should know. Read More 

Five Things That Could Be Making Your Eczema Worse

Dealing with eczema can feel all-consuming. You need to be careful what soaps and lotions you use, how long you stay in the shower, and what laundry detergents you rely on. But if you're still dealing with itchy, flaky skin, one of these other lifestyle factors or environmental conditions could be to blame. Dry Air Dry air won't cause eczema on its own, but it can make eczema a lot worse. Read More