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

Clogged Pores And Blackheads? What You Can Do

If you have tiny black dots all over your face, especially on your nose, it's most likely blackheads caused by clogged pores. Those tiny dots on your face are actually dirt that can be so microscopic, but they appear as black dots. These dots of dirt can end up causing you to have acne, or you may just feel self-conscious about your blackheads. to help you get rid of them and prevent them in the first place, there are a few things you can do. Read More 

3 Ways To Reverse Sun Damage

The sun damage that shows up on faces, chests, and hands in the form of wrinkles and age spots is often the result of long ago sun exposure. You may still be paying for innocent sunbathing sessions as a carefree teenager many years later. The good news is that it is possible to halt further sun damage (by being diligent about wearing sunblock) and begin reversing the sun damage you've already experienced. Read More 

Suddenly Single In Your 30s? Skin Freshening Treatments To Help You Get Back Out There

If you are in your 30s and have been in a marriage or relationship for a long time, it can be a sudden shock to your system to when you are suddenly single again. Once you have acclimated yourself to the single life again and are ready to get back out in the world in search of a new relationship, you may want to refresh and rejuvenate your skin to help you feel and look more youthful and confident. Read More 

These Nutrients May Help You Achieve Soft, Glowing Skin

Does your complexion look less than stunning? Maybe your skin just looks a bit dull, or perhaps you have dry skin or some blemishes. In many cases, improving your nutrition may help. Here's a look at three specific nutrients that can help you achieve soft, glowing skin. Vitamin E Vitamin E is an antioxidant, which means that it helps your body's cells resist damage imparted by environmental pollutants and other toxins. Read More 

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