Have you ever gotten all decked out in a beautiful new black sweater thinking you look fabulous, and the first person you see starts to brush away those embarrassing dandruff flakes? Not again! When is having dandruff a real problem, and how do you know when to see a dermatologist for dandruff?
There was a time when moles were known as “beauty marks.” Honestly. When they are on your face, they are pretty distinctive, but moles can develop anywhere on your body. If you are born with one or several, when they appear,
Psoriasis seems to most commonly strike those under the age of 35, and it affects 100 million worldwide including 7.6 million Americans. It is a chronic condition affecting our skin’s surface, but psoriasis is more than just dry skin.
As kids grow into their teen years, many bodily changes occur. Puberty brings on voice changes, sexual changes, emotional ups and downs, and those dreaded pimples. Just when your teen is highly sensitive about their looks, up pops a zit. Not every kid needs to get treatment,
Spiders, bed bugs, and wasps, oh my! It seems we all have some bug that we fear more than others, but the real fear begins with a bite or sting. Knowing when a bug has bitten you, what kind of bug it is,
The dog days of summer are approaching and everyone can’t wait to get outdoors to enjoy the warmer weather. However, as we hit the beaches, go camping, entertain outside, and spend more time in the elements, our skin can suffer. Here are some of the most common skin problems during the summer,
Most of us have been cooped up for so long in our homes that feeling the sun on our faces again will be quite liberating. Be careful though, because our tender skin will not adjust to the sun’s soothing, but dangerous rays.
While skin care products and various beauty regimens can help your skin look great later in life, it’s important to build a healthy foundation by following a few simple and proactive skin care tips.
Ask anyone how to prevent skin cancer and the the first answer will (almost) always be the same. Young and old will say using sunscreen is the best way to prevent skin cancer, though there is much more to it than just that.
We are all super busy with work, taking care of our families, and just getting through each day. Among all the so-called goals and resolutions for the new year, the last thing we want is to make caring for our skin complicated.