Use These Strategies To Fight Heat Rash Before You Seek Medical Care

Posted on: 15 August 2017

During the hot summer months, it's possible that you may develop a skin condition that is commonly known as heat rash. This condition is exactly as it sounds — a skin rash that is most prevalent when it's hot outside and can affect parts of your body that are hottest. Heat rash is highly uncomfortable, as you'll have bumpy and red patches of skin that especially cause you pain when they rub together.
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Why Skin Cancer Surgery Can Now Be Performed in a Dermatology Clinic

Posted on: 10 July 2017

At one point, if you were told that you had a touch of skin cancer, you had to wait for a surgical suite in the local hospital before you could have the cancer removed. While that is still true of very large and/or very deep skin cancer masses, other, smaller skin cancer spots can now be removed in a dermatology clinic. Here is why. Rooms Dedicated to in-House Surgical Treatment
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How Laser Treatments Might Help Your Rosacea

Posted on: 13 June 2017

Rosacea can be frustrating because the symptoms can come and go for years. Just when you think the redness is finally gone, it comes back worse than ever. In addition to skin redness that you may find embarrassing, rosacea often causes thickening of the skin in the nose, which can slowly change your facial appearance over the years. While you can take medication for rosacea and do things like stay out of the sun, you can also see a dermatologist for laser treatments.
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What You Are Eating May Be Helping, or Hurting, Your Skin

Posted on: 25 April 2017

Do you struggle with acne or breakouts? It could be what you are eating. Ironically, just as eating the wrong foods will cause skin issues, eating the right foods may reduce the severity and frequency of acne.  Foods that help your skin: The fiber in oatmeal contributes to younger-looking skin. Dark chocolate can give your skin a healthy glow, due to the antioxidants. However, if eaten in excess, the fat can aggravate and cause breakouts.
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