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Is My Redness Acne or Could it Be Rosacea?

Do you find yourself blushing or flushing more easily than others, especially on your nose and cheeks? This redness can be Rosacea, a chronic facial skin condition affecting more than 16 million Americans. April is designated as Rosacea Awareness Month by
Apr 11th, 2024

Nourish Your Glow: The Link Between Diet and Healthy Skin

In the pursuit of radiant skin, we often turn to an arsenal of skincare products and routines, but what if an essential factor to a glowing complexion lies within our diet? The foods we consume may play a pivotal role in shaping the health and appearance o
Apr 11th, 2024

Understanding Adult Acne: Causes and Prevention Tips

Could those blemishes really be acne? As an adult, it can be frustrating to encounter that familiar red bump, a common sight in our teen years. Surprisingly, a significant percentage of adults still experience acne, even well into their 50s. Dealing with a
Mar 18th, 2024

The Transformative Power of Sleep for Healthy Skin

What if one of the biggest secrets to better skin was as simple as resting? There is a profound connection between sleep and our skin. National Sleep Awareness Week, recognized by the National Sleep Foundation from March 10-16, serves as a reminder of the
Feb 29th, 2024

Why You Need Sunscreen in the Winter

If you’re wondering whether you really need to wear sunscreen during the darker and colder winter months, you’re not alone. According to a recent study published by the National Institutes of Health an only an estimated 13.5% of Americans regularly wear su
Feb 19th, 2024

Embrace the Love for Your Skin this Valentine's Day

In February, it's easy to get caught up in the allure of Valentine's Day. Amidst the sea of heart-shaped chocolates and roses, why not redirect that love towards yourself? Whether you have exciting plans for a night out, a cozy evening in, or quality time
Jan 29th, 2024

Skin Cancer Basics: Know Your ABCDEs

February marks National Cancer Prevention Month, emphasizing the importance of raising awareness about skin cancer, the most common form of cancer in the United States. It is estimated that 1 in 5 Americans will be diagnosed with skin cancer by the age of
Jan 29th, 2024

Glow Up with These 5 Skin Resolutions

As we step into a new year, it's the perfect time to prioritize self-care and embrace a radiant skin transformation. Achieving healthy and glowing skin doesn't have to be complicated; it's about adopting a few key skincare resolutions. Here are 5 simple ye
Jan 9th, 2024

No-Shave November: A Month to Acknowledge Men's Health

November is not just the time for autumn leaves, Thanksgiving, and cooler weather; it's also a month dedicated to raising awareness about men's health. No-Shave November, a popular annual event, encourages men to grow out their facial hair to spark convers
Nov 2nd, 2023

Scary Skincare Myths: Debunking Common Halloween Skin Fears 

Halloween is the season for thrills and chills, but your skincare routine shouldn't be a source of fright. In this blog post, we're shedding light on some of the most common skincare myths that can be as spine-tingling as any ghost story.
Oct 11th, 2023

The Haunting Effects of Stress on Your Skin: Halloween Edition

As the Halloween season approaches, we're all too familiar with the spine-tingling excitement and the rush to get costumes and decorations just right. But lurking in the shadows is a sinister visitor that can wreak havoc on your skin – stress.
Oct 11th, 2023

Escape From Eczema

October is National Eczema Awareness Month. Eczema affects a whopping 30 percent of children and 15 percent of adults. So, it’s likely that eczema will affect you or someone you know at some point. But you and your loved ones don’t have to suffer from ecze
Sep 22nd, 2023

The Connection between Self-Care and Dermatology

As the leaves begin to change and the air turns crisper, the arrival of September brings more than just a shift in seasons—it marks the start of National Self-Care Month. In a world that often glorifies hustle culture and constant productivity, taking time
Sep 1st, 2023

Is More Better? How Much Skincare to Really Use

It’s sometimes hard to gauge how much skincare product to use. You don’t want to use too much or too little. You want that “Goldilocks” amount that’s “just right.” Finding this balance is simple if you understand some general product guidelines.
Sep 1st, 2023

7 Common Reasons for Hair Loss in Women

It is normal for women to lose about 100 hair strands every day. If you are losing more hair than usual or notice bald spots, it is time to meet a dermatologist.
Aug 10th, 2023

Embracing Healthy Hair: Why Skincare Isn't Just for Your Face

August is a month dedicated to raising awareness about hair loss, reminding us of the importance of caring for our hair as we do for our skin. While we diligently follow skincare routines to maintain radiant and youthful complexions, we often overlook the
Jul 26th, 2023

How to Prevent Common Skin Problems This Summer

Summer brings with it plenty of sunshine, outdoor activities, and a chance to relax and unwind. However, it also presents its own set of challenges when it comes to skincare. The hot weather, increased sun exposure, and humidity can lead to various skin pr
Jul 14th, 2023

How to Keep Your Skin Sun Safe this Summer

This beautiful, warm weather has everybody outside enjoying their favorite activity. There's so much fun to be had, but we want to remind you that your skin can easily get damaged this time of year. 
Jun 29th, 2023

Let’s “Clear Up” Some Acne Myths

"Bunk" is a slang term for nonsense, and in honor of June Acne Awareness Month, let's debunk the nonsense of acne myths and aim for blemish-free skin.
Jun 15th, 2023

Celebrate Beautiful in Your Skin Month by Learning Your Skin Type

"Beautiful in Your Skin Month" is a fantastic time to focus on the health and beauty of your largest and most radiant organ. However, it's important to recognize your own skin's unique qualities to fully appreciate its awesomeness. Learn how to stay beauti
Jun 15th, 2023

Father's Day Gift Guide

June is an important month, not only is it Men’s Health Month, it’s also time to celebrate all the dads we know and love out there with Father’s Day.
May 18th, 2023

Men's Health Month & The Importance of Skin Checks

June is an important time for men because it's Men’s Health Month! Its main purpose is to bring awareness to health issues and diseases prevalent among men and encouraging early detection and treatment.
May 18th, 2023

10 Summer Skin Cancer Prevention Tips

Summer should be filled with fun, carefree adventure, but frolicking in the sun can come with long-term dangers. Here’s how you can enjoy the warmth of the summer months without risking sun damage and skin cancer.
May 3rd, 2023

How Sunscreen Protects Your Skin: Your Burning Questions Answered 

How does sunscreen work? What kind of sunscreen do I need? Do I have to apply sunscreen even when I won’t be spending significant time outdoors? What’s in sunscreen, anyway? If you’re confused about choosing the right sunblock, here’s what you need to know
Apr 27th, 2023

Spring Clean Your Skin Routine

As spring rains clean nature, let's do the same for any tools and pillowcases that touch our face. They've built up quite a layer of gunk over the winter, so now is the time to get them sparkling clean again.
Apr 14th, 2023

Is it Rosy Cheeks, or is it Rosacea?

We all blush and get flushed sometimes—it’s normal. But if the blush on your cheeks is frequent, you might have a skin condition called rosacea. But how do you tell the difference between a healthy blush and a skin condition?
Apr 14th, 2023

How Your Skin Warns You About Diabetes

Did you know that signs of diabetes can show up on your skin? In honor of American Diabetes Alert Day (March 22) we are taking a look at 10 skin conditions that are warning signs of high blood sugar caused by type 2 diabetes. These include dark skin on you
Mar 19th, 2023

Four Ways to Transition into Spring Skincare

Throughout the colder, winter months, we tend to wear heavier moisturizers and skincare products to protect our skin, but sometimes even with all that protection, our skin is still left feeling dry. It still itches. It cracks. It isn’t always pretty, as yo
Mar 19th, 2023

It's Time For Winter Activities

When you’re on the slopes during the winter months, almost completely covered by protective clothing, sun protection might not cross your mind—but for your skin’s health...and safety, it really should!
Jan 6th, 2023

Are Hand Sanitizers & Cleaning Products Drying Out Your Skin?

As we have all ramped up our cleaning routines and started using hand sanitizers more frequently over the last year, dermatologists have noticed an increase in skin sensitivity cases, that dryness, itchiness, and, in some cases, eczema. While these conditi
Jan 6th, 2023

Does Health Insurance Cover Skin Issues?

If you’ve put off a visit to a dermatologist because you aren’t certain your health insurance will cover the costs, please be aware that many skin concerns or changes aren’t simply aesthetic matters -- they might merit medical attention. 
Dec 29th, 2022

5 Healthy Skin Habits to Kick-Start the New Year

Make the most of this new year by adopting a few changes that will help improve and preserve the health of your skin. Here's a list of lifestyle enhancements you can implement every week in January. 
Dec 29th, 2022

Your Best Winter Skincare Routine

When the colder months approach and we start reaching for our heavy coats, the moisture levels in our skin drops. For many of our patients, dry and itchy skin is the most unpleasant part of the winter season.
Dec 16th, 2022

12 Days of Skin Tips for Glowy Skin ✨

With the end of the year nearly here, it's the perfect time to reflect on your 2021 health and skincare routine. If you find there's room for improvement in your daily practices, fear not...simple adjustments can make all the difference! Take a look at our
Nov 30th, 2022

Women's Face Shaving: What You Need to Know

If you have hair that you don't want on your face, shaving it off shouldn't be controversial; men have been shaving their faces since the invention of razors, after all! Shaving is simple, fast, and inexpensive. Women are perfectly open about shaving their
Oct 31st, 2022

No-shave November Skin Care Tips

Every year in the month of November, we love seeing our patients and male colleagues rocking mustaches for a good cause. That cause, of course, is Movember, the organization and movement seeking to reduce the number of premature deaths in men.
Oct 28th, 2022

Skin Discoloration: How to Treat & Prevent

With the summer season officially coming to an end, you’re probably starting to miss those long days outdoors. Spending a moderate amount of time in the sun (while using sunscreen!) is great for getting our fill of Vitamin D, but too much exposure to UV.
Sep 14th, 2022

Understanding Your Skin Type & How To Care For It

Knowing your skin type is the first step to caring for it. This knowledge lets you put together the skin care routine that's best for you. So what kind of skin do you have, anyway? A dermatologist can answer that question at your annual checkup. But if you
Sep 2nd, 2022

5 Ways to Honor Skin Care Awareness Month

The largest organ in our body, surprisingly, is our skin. This big surface does so much for us: it keeps germs out; it cools; it lets us feel sensations. So, how about treating our skin right this month and celebrating National Skin Care Awareness with the
Sep 2nd, 2022

The Key Factors that Cause Psoriasis

The condition has a strong genetic background. Research suggests that an interaction between genetics and the immune system is one of the primary reasons behind the condition. Some common triggers can worsen the symptoms of psoriasis. The impact of these t
Aug 12th, 2022

Back-2-School Skin Tips for the Busy Bee

Is your skin showing signs of daily stress? In honor of August 15th – National Relaxation Day – and kids being back in school, we would like to offer a few tips for giving yourself a little TLC!
Aug 12th, 2022

The High Cost of Free Radicals

August is the unofficial Free Radical Damage Month when the majority of free radical skin injuries occur. Several skin care treatments and products can help protect your skin from the ravages of free radicals. Here's what you should know about the compound
Aug 11th, 2022
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