As time passes, we begin to see life's adventures, good and bad, appear one wrinkle at a time on our skin, growing deeper and deeper throughout the years. Starting to age is inevitable, natural, and irreversible. However, that doesn't mean that there is nothing to be done about it. You've probably heard about options like dermal fillers, but how do you know if it is suitable for you? Continue reading to learn more about dermal fillers.
Acne is the most common skin condition in the United States and affects an estimated 50 million people annually. Most of us know that dealing with acne is no fun. It can be frustrating, cause anxiety and insecurity, and can cause discomfort as well. Continue reading as we share some tips to treat your acne and when it may be time to see a professional.
Read our answers to common CoolSculpting Elite FAQs to understand if this is the right treatment for you. CoolSculpting Elite is an FDA-cleared fat reduction treatment that works to treat areas that do not respond to diet or exercise. The procedure is quick and straightforward, with results lasting long after your appointment.
Melasma is a common, stubborn, and recalcitrant dermatological condition affecting mainly females with darker skin. It is characterized by brown patches on sun-exposed areas—specifically the face. Melasma is not physically harmful, but studies have shown that it can lead to psychological problems due to the changes it causes in a person’s appearance.
Skin cancer is the most common form of cancer in adults, and according to the American Academy of Dermatology, it is estimated that one in five adults will get it in their lifetime. The good news is that most skin cancers are highly treatable if caught early, which is why regular skin checks are so important.
Do you have scaly, itchy red patches on your skin that are causing you pain and irritation? Is it embarrassing and affecting your self-esteem? You could have a skin condition called psoriasis. Keep reading to learn about psoriasis and how to treat it.
In some of the most stressful seasons of your life, a poorly timed breakout is the icing on the cake. We’ve come to some consensus that emotions affect the health and appearance of our skin—what about anxiety medication and other antidepressants?
Learn more about antidepressant side effects and dermatological treatment options by reading our latest blog.
Varicose veins are visibly twisted or enlarged veins on the body, typically affecting the lower region of the legs. Varicose veins have the potential to cause discomfort or aching pain and should be treated soon after symptoms arise.
Learn more about varicose veins and dermatological treatment options by reading our latest blog.
Melanoma is the most dangerous form of skin cancer because it can spread from the skin to other areas of the body. While it is most commonly detected on the skin, melanoma can also develop around and under the fingernails and toenails in rarer cases. When this occurs, it is referred to as subungual melanoma. The good news is that if it's detected early, subungual melanoma is highly treatable. Continue reading to learn more about subungual melanoma.
Those with a family history of rosacea may want to pay close attention to their children, as studies suggest that heredity could play a role in developing this skin condition. According to a survey from the National Rosacea Society, nearly 40 percent of 2,000 rosacea sufferers interviewed shared they had a family history of rosacea, with 27% clarifying they had a parent with the condition.