November 19th, 2018
In a past post, we discussed seborrheic keratoses (SKs for short!), which are dark, raised overgrowths on the skin, and we mentioned how we’d be offering a new product called ESKATA to treat them. Well, we’re very pleased to announce that ESKATA is now officially available in our offices. And in this Weekly Dose of Beauty, you can read about the difference between the three main types of spots found on the skin– including SKs– and how a board-certified dermatologist can help you diagnose your spots. Perhaps ESKATA might even be the right treatment for you.
November 15th, 2018
Feel like you’re looking different as you age but can’t quite pinpoint why? It could be due to subtle changes in facial asymmetry. In this Weekly Dose of Beauty, our article discusses how facial asymmetry increases over time, what’s affected most, and how it relates to facial rejuvenation.
November 8th, 2018
You see an ad online for injectables at a discount and you can’t believe your good luck. But are you really saving money in the long run? And do you get what you pay for? Find out why those supposedly great deals on injectables can cause you greater issues in the long run. Learn more in our Weekly Dose of Beauty article.
October 11th, 2018
Did you know October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month? And so, to help our readers be more proactive in their breast health, for this selected Weekly Dose of Beauty article, we’re featuring Breastcancer.org information on how to do a proper breast self-exam. Please take a moment and check it out. Breast self-exams can help save lives.
October 3rd, 2018
You might not know the term “seborrheic keratoses,” but you may be familiar with those pesky but harmless raised spots that appear on the skin as we age. Now, a new treatment called Eskata is helping to eliminate these troublesome spots. Find out how Eskata works in this Weekly Dose of Beauty. We will be offering Eskata in our offices this fall.
This New Treatment Gets Rid of Raised Age Spots After One Season: https://www.newbeauty.com/video/1229-eskata-treatment-seborrheic-keratoses/
September 21st, 2018
Believe it or not Fall is here. And the leaves are not the only thing that will be changing, so will your skin. Here are some steps to transition your skincare routine to have that Fall glow.
Change your cleanser. Switch to a cream base cleanser that will not strip the skin of its natural oils. With the cooler days ahead the skin needs to stay extra hydrated. Often foam, gel, and scrub cleansers are better for hot summer days.
Add skin correctors back into your routine. Now is a great time to reintroduce retinols and skin lighteners. These products can make your skin more photosensitive so it is often smart to stop them during the summer months. Retinols can help with cell turnover and lighteners can help reduce annoying summer sun damage.
Apply topical Hyaluronic Acid. HA products help the skin hold in more moisture and replenish moisture loss. It can even add an extra hydration boost if added before moisturizer.
Don’t forget the SPF. Even though summer is fading, we still need to protect our skin during those sunny fall days. Tinted moisturizers are perfect for this time of year. They often include a moisturizer, tint, and SPF making this three in one product a must have!
September 13th, 2018
For patients suffering from severe acne inflammation, the solution to this age-old struggle might soon be as simple and quick as a single vaccination!
How would it work? Bacteria on the skin secretes a specific toxin that causes acne inflammation. Recent research suggests, however, that a vaccine leveraging a certain antibody can help neutralize this inflammation, and it might just be the key to clearing skin. Learn more about this leading-edge research in our latest Weekly Dose of Beauty article.
August 30th, 2018
Varicose veins, spider veins… instead of doing their job– acting as a conduit for getting blood to the heart– blood pools, blood vessels dilate and, in addition to causing important health issues, they can also be unsightly.
Fortunately, there are treatments for these problematic veins that can be quick, less-invasive and make a big difference in the look of your legs. In this Weekly Dose of Beauty article, you’ll learn about the most common options:
August 23rd, 2018
Sure, Vitamins like A, E and C tend to get all the press when it comes to healthy skin and hair. But lately, Vitamin F has been stepping into the spotlight as an effective tool for improving skin. In this Weekly Dose of Beauty article, you’ll learn what Vitamin F can do to help your skin look plumper and more radiant. In this case, F might just stand for “fabulous.”