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  1. Treatments for Cystic Acne

    Treatments for Cystic Acne

    Acne is tough no matter what, but cystic acne takes it to a new level causing pain that is impossible to ignore. Cystic acne is considered to be the most severe type of acne and is characterized by tender, inflammatory nodules that are underneath the skin and never surface like a standard pimple. While less invasive acne can generally be...

  2. How Long Does It Take for Botox to Take Effect?

    How Long Does It Take for Botox to Take Effect?

    Botox is the most popular cosmetic surgery treatment – with over a whopping six million Botox treatments administered every year to reduce the appearance of wrinkles. Botox is also used to treat such problems as repetitive neck spasms, excessive sweating, overactive bladder and lazy eye. According to Dr. Saundra Seaman, board-certified dermatologist with Forefront Dermatology, “When we meet individuals interested in Botox...

  3. Lip Filler 101

    Lip Filler 101

    Thanks to celebrities like Kylie Jenner, the increase of people wanting to enhance their lips with temporary fillers has skyrocketed over the last few years. Before getting lip fillers, it is important to know the in’s and out’s and potential complications. What are lip fillers? Hyaluronic fillers are the best and most commonly used filler for lips. According Dr. Abigail Donnelly...

  4. Are There Ways to Reverse the Damage of Sun Exposure?

    Are There Ways to Reverse the Damage of Sun Exposure?

    The effects of sun damage accumulate and begin to become more obvious as we mature. Both volume and elasticity decline with age and the overall texture and appearance of the skin become different with excessive sun exposure. These effects are rarely pleasing to the individuals who notice them. As a result, one may wonder if there are any possible ways to...

  5. Always Get Laser Treatments Done By An Experienced Professional

    Always Get Laser Treatments Done By An Experienced Professional

      There are a number of laser treatments that you may wish to undergo in order to help you improve the appearance of your skin. Lasers have become very commonly used in the cosmetic dermatology field because of their immense power to improve the appearance of skin. Laser therapy, including CO2 laser therapy, can be used to remove sun spots...

  6. Should You See a Doctor About Wrinkles or Sagging Skin?

    Should You See a Doctor About Wrinkles or Sagging Skin?

    Many people are not happy with their appearance because their skin is beginning to sag or because they are starting to develop wrinkles. If you look in the mirror and do not like what you see, you probably will want to do something about it. However, many people are afraid to take the first step to call a doctor to...

  7. Summer Sun Skin Damage Reversal

    Summer Sun Skin Damage Reversal

    The summer will be over soon. If you have spent time in the sun, you may be wondering now how to reverse some of that potential skin damage done by its rays, particularly if you experienced a burn. While it is not possible to reverse all effects of sun damage, there are steps that can be taken to rejuvenate the...

  8. Age Spots vs. Melanoma

    Age Spots vs. Melanoma

    Of the many signs of aging, sun spots on the hands—and elsewhere—are among the most irritating and embarrassing. Of course, sometimes sun spots, or age spots, look a lot time something more problematic: melanoma. It’s helpful to know the difference so that you don’t concern yourself over something that won’t harm you. Commonly known as liver spots, lentigines, are caused...

  9. Botox vs Sweat

    Botox vs Sweat

    Do you struggle with sweat? Does the slightest amount of heat make you wonder if you need more deodorant, or make you feel like showering and changing clothes? Sweating may not be a harmful condition, but it can be an extreme inconvenience in many ways. Believe it or not, there is something that may help: Botox. It may seem odd...

  10. Why You Should Never Do Indoor Tanning

    Why You Should Never Do Indoor Tanning

    Indoor tanning may make you feel as if you look great and have golden bronze skin. The problem is, indoor tanning is terrible for your skin. Indoor tanning can significantly increase your risk of skin cancer, including melanoma (which can be life-threatening) as you expose your skin to concentrated UV rays. Indoor tanning also causes premature aging. There is no...

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