Let’s face it. No matter your age or your gender, you like to have clear skin free from blackheads, zits, bumps, and acne. Adolescents are most susceptible to these ravages due to hormones, excess oil, and bacteria collecting on skin surfaces. As we get older, the frequency of these episodes is reduced, but they can still happen. We always wonder why. The answer may be to become acquainted with non comedogenic products: what this means and why they’re important.
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Your little ones have extra sensitive skin because it’s thinner than yours. Their immune system has not developed yet, so they are more susceptible to irritants of all kinds. It’s important for parents to stay ahead of the curve and remove common irritants inside your home and while enjoying the outside. Caring for your child’s sensitive skin is an ongoing parental challenge.
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We all love summer with water sports, outdoor play, and family outings. By now, most of us understand how essential it is to protect our skin from the sun. The message that still is unclear for many is how often to protect yourself and how. Putting on sunscreen in the morning and thinking you are protected all day is not always the case. Let’s look at the when, how, and where of skin cancer prevention.
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This is the time of year when you open all the windows to refresh your home, pick up a bouquet of tulips, and endeavor to do some spring cleaning. Among all the springtime transitions, don’t forget your skin. The forced air heating and cold weather has surely taken its toll on your delicate skin. It’s time for your spring skin routine guide.
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You’re an adult now, mature, have a good job, and have let go of all your youthful indiscretions. So why are you getting acne like you did as a teenager? It doesn’t seem fair. Let’s take a deep dive at understanding adult acne causes and treatments.
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No one is listening, so you can be honest. When was the last time you popped a pimple? It’s hard to look into your lighted makeup mirror every day and notice another blemish or blackhead without wanting to squeeze it out. Right? And, we’ll never tell your new secret vice is binge watching Dr. Pimple Popper. Now that it’s all out in the open, let’s talk safety risks associated with at-home pore extraction.
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Today, March 16, marks the one year anniversary of our Doctor Phillips location opening!
We are so thankful for having the opportunity to serve the community for a year. Here’s to many more!
My skin is so itchy: should I be concerned? Let’s cut to the chase and tell you that most of the time itchy skin is due to age, dry skin and cold weather. Depending on where you are itchy and how long it persists, it can suggest a more serious cause or underlying medical condition.
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Can I prevent eczema flare-ups? We can answer your question with a resounding YES. You can succeed with a little knowledge like knowing your triggers, some tips to reduce any symptoms, and when to see Goodless Dermatology.
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When brown spots on our skin appear out of nowhere, it is easy to get anxious that it could be skin cancer. There are other skin conditions that can be worrisome, but melasma is not one of them. So, you may be wondering: what is it, what does it look like, why does it occur, and when to see a dermatologist.
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