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Can Cosmetic Procedures Trigger an Eczema Flare Up?

Whether you’re thinking about erasing fine lines or looking for fuller lips and less obvious facial creases, there are a host of cosmetic procedures that can get you the results you are looking for. BOTOX will relax facial wrinkles, microneedling can stimulate the body’s production of new collagen, chemical peels can help shed off dead …

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Newborn Hair Care and What to Expect

Some babies are born completely bald and some with a soft fuzz of hair, while others are blessed with a full head of luscious locks. Whether your newborn comes out ready for a hair commercial or not, there are some things to keep in mind so you can take the very best care of them …

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Baby Skin Care 101

Baby skin is enviably soft and smells like heaven… until it isn’t and it doesn’t. The truth is, a baby’s skin is just as delicate as the rest of them, which is why having a baby-friendly skin care routine is the best way to ensure you are taking the very best care of that touchably …

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Dr. Glashofer—Today.com Article: Why COVID-19 can trigger hair loss in survivors and those who were never sick

Hair loss expert Dr. Marc Glashofer tells Today.com in this article that stress related to COVID causes patients to suffer significant—but temporary—hair loss. The condition, called telogen effluvium, involves people experiencing excessive hair shedding after illness or a stressful life event. In the article, Dr. Glashofer says he's noticed an increase in patients with telogen …

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Newborn Skin Concerns: Should You be Worried?

We get it. Those first few weeks (who are we kidding, months) of having a newborn at home are daunting. There are so many new things to do, clean, understand, learn… clean. Then, on top of being completely sleep deprived, physically drained, and overwhelmed with new worries you notice a new spot, bump, or rash. …

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The Most Common Reasons Why Children Visit a Dermatologist

For those with kids, the summer of freedom (at least for them) is now coming to an end, ushering in a season of homework, testing, and school stress. Enter September, the month where we focus on pediatric dermatology and everything that comes with going back to school, even if it is virtual. When it comes …

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Can Your New Tattoo Trigger Psoriasis?

There are a lot of considerations you must consider before committing to getting a tattoo. What part of the body do you want it on? Do you want it to be seen? Does it have an important meaning to you? One thing you might not have asked yourself while flipping through books of ink designs …

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Cosmetic Procedures and Psoriasis: What You Should Know Before Treatment

As we age, the appeal to erase fine lines, remove wrinkles, and lift areas of the body becomes all the more attractive. For most who undergo cosmetic procedures to look younger, the positives far outweigh the concerns about side effects. If you, however, suffer from psoriasis there are a few things to be made aware …

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Avoid these 7 Psoriasis Triggers

As part of our focus on psoriasis this month, it’s important to delve into some level of prevention. While you can’t control whether or not you inherent the genes which cause the genetic disease, there are steps you can take to avoid the triggers which cause symptoms. Of the 10 percent of people who inherit …

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Scrub the Safe Way and Avoid these Common Mistakes

Whether you realize or not, your skin is in a constant process of shedding and renewal. The body naturally exfoliates, shedding surface-level dead skin cells to reveal fresh, glowy skin underneath. What the natural process lacks, however, is an appreciation for our patience. This natural exfoliation happens slowly and usually unevenly. As we age, skin …

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