Solutions for Dry Body Skin: How Can a Dermatologist Help?

Five Early Signs Of Skin Cancer

You don't have to be a sun worshipper to be susceptible to skin cancer. Most everyone gets exposed to the sun daily from driving, walking down the street, and doing outdoor chores, like gardening, raking leaves, and taking out the trash. While wearing a sunscreen with a high SPF level is a good preventative measure, simply wearing sunscreen is not an absolute guarantee that you won't develop some type of skin cancer. Read More 

Worried Your Acne, Facial Hair And Discolored Skin Will Ruin Your Wedding? Become The Blushing Bride You Imagine

Are you planning your wedding and you worry that your acne, acne scars and facial hair are going to ruin your pictures? Do you have a hard time controlling your skin and getting the complexion that you desire? If so, you'll want to make an appointment with a dermatologist. A dermatologist won't just help you get rid of the acne that you have on your face now, but they will also help you treat your acne problem so you don't have acne in the future. Read More 

Such A Pain In The Pus! Three Homemade Tricks For Getting Rid Of Annoying Acne

Starting your high school years can be very exciting, unless you find yourself in a constant state of acne breakout. You don't have to hide your beautiful face because of zits that keep popping up. In all actuality, your body is changing and that includes your skin. Before you hide yourself away in your room for the rest of your high school years, try one of these homemade acne treatments to give yourself healthier and clearer skin. Read More 

Natural Bath Soaks That Relieve Dry, Itchy Skin

If you suffer from really dry, itchy skin each winter, you could visit a dermatology clinic for a prescription cream to use on your skin, or you could try a natural at-home remedy. Here are several types of bath soaks you could try that may reduce the symptoms you are experiencing from dry, itchy skin. Milk and honey Milk and honey are two great ingredients to bathe in that may bring some relief to your dry skin. Read More 

What You Should Know About Treating Your Seborrheic Dermatitis

When it comes to taking care of your skin and appearance, you do everything you can to keep it looking and feeling healthy. However, if you have recently been suffering from dry, flaky patches of skin on and around your scalp and face, you may find yourself at the dermatologist's office receiving a diagnosis of seborrheic dermatitis, a chronic form of eczema on your face and scalp (known in infants as cradle cap). Read More