News 2017-04-14T10:19:43+00:00

Precancerous Skin Lesions: Actinic Keratosis

Precancerous lesions are abnormal skin cell growths that have an increased risk of progressing into skin cancer. Typically, precancerous lesions start forming at age forty and up, after extensive exposure to sunlight and UV rays.

June 7, 2019|

Laser Resurfacing

Laser resurfacing is a cosmetic dermatologic procedure used to improve the tone, texture, and appearance of uneven skin, and reduce the appearance of minor facial blemishes like acne scars and fine lines. During treatment, a

May 23, 2019|

Signs and Symptoms of Psoriasis

Psoriasis is a chronic skin condition that develops as the result of an overactive immune system. Normally, T-cells in the immune system function by attacking bacteria and viruses that lead to infection and harm the

May 13, 2019|

Skin Issues During Pregnancy

Believe it or not, the pregnancy glow is a real skin condition: while the body is nurturing and growing a baby, it produces 50% more blood volume, to support the new life. This results in

April 25, 2019|

The Effects of Smoking on Skin Health

Puff, puff, pass – it’s time to put the cigarettes away for good. You probably already know the many harmful effects smoking has on your health – but do you know all the harmful effects

April 15, 2019|

Anti-Aging Skin Care Tips

For the most effective, all-inclusive anti-aging skin results, your best bet is to look for a potion that was formulated by a witches coven and brewed in a cauldron. In truth, there is no one

April 1, 2019|