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Healthy Habits for Healthy Skin – What to Eliminate and What to Add

Fall is in full force and the holidays are just around the corner. We’ve been cheering on our favorite football teams, picking apples and pumpkins, and emailing family members for Thanksgiving plans. We have so much to be grateful for this year and with this month being all about gratitude, we’d like to send a …

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Light Therapy Reigns Supreme During Eczema Awareness Month

The slight chill in the air has us excited for a new season and a much better year. We love everything about fall from sipping pumpkin spice lattes to watching football. One thing our patients don’t love however, is how the cold, dry autumn air can flare up their eczema. With October being Eczema Awareness …

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Summer Skin Detox Tips to Freshen Up for Fall

Labor Day is around the corner, which means it is time to swap out your seasonal wardrobe, start dreaming about cooler temps, and packing away those swimsuits. It also means you’ll start seeing the effects of all that sun, chlorine, and more than likely, too many mimosas. Give your skin the detox it deserves and …

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Is Your Diet Causing Your Psoriasis Flare-up?

If you suffer from psoriasis, you probably already know there are certain triggers you need to stay away from to avoid painful, itchy flare-ups. Staying moisturized and hydrated, checking your medications for certain chemicals, and reducing stress are just a few. What we are now learning is that diet can also have a great impact …

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Dark Skin is Not Immune to Skin Cancer

Let’s get one thing straight right off the bat: No matter what your skin color, you are still susceptible to the harmful effects of the sun on your skin. There’s a long-standing myth that people of color do not get sunburns or are somehow immune to the sun’s damaging rays. The truth is, while skin …

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Acne Treatment Trends to Avoid

As mask-wearing regulations are being lifted, so is the very thing that’s been hiding that acne for over a year. It’s time to get control of this chronic skin condition. In order to do that, you need real guidance from board-certified dermatologists… not social media trends. Here are some acne treatment trends you may be …

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What You Should Know About Nonmelanoma Skin Cancers: Skin Cancer Awareness Month

In honor of Skin Cancer Awareness month, we wanted to shine a light on the several types of nonmelanoma skin cancers that affect people every year. According to the report Advanced Basal Cell Carcinoma: Epidemiology and Therapeutic Innovations, more than 5.4 million cases of nonmelanoma skin cancer were treated in the U.S. in 2012 alone. …

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Celebrity Tips for Staying Rosacea-Symptom Free

Skin issues like rosacea can happen to anyone. According to the British Journal of Dermatology, more than 415 million people in the world suffer from this chronic inflammatory skin condition. So, it’s no surprise some of our most beloved celebrities have it as well. Some have been public about their struggle while others keep it …

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Hillary Kahan – Lip Gloss & After Shave Article: The Science of Products + Treatments in a Medical Skin Care Practice

The Derm Group’s Hillary Kahan (Licensed Aesthetician & Regional Manager) was recently featured as the guest blogger on lipglossandaftershave.com discussing customizing home care routines as part of a medical skin care treatment plan for best results. Hillary said, “As new ingredients are introduced to the market, savvier clients have just as much, if not more …

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Spring into a COVID-Safe Fitness Routine this Season

Spring is around the corner signaling that it’s time to dust off our exercise shoes and get back to our workout routines. For those of us who have been spending even more time in front of a screen, taking Zoom calls, and binge-watching series after series, take note: There’s still plenty of time to get …

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