Rejuvenate Your Skin: 4 Steps To Prepare For Laser Skin Rejuvenation

If your skin is showing the signs of age, acne scars, or sun damage, you can revive your youthful appearance with laser skin resurfacing. Resurfacing removes the dull, damaged upper-layers of skin. Once the damaged layer of skin is removed, new skin cells are able to form, leaving you with a fresh, beautiful complexion. Before the procedure can be performed, here are four steps you should take that will ensure a positive outcome from your skin rejuvenation. [Read More]

Recently Found Out You Have Rosacea? What You Can Do To Look And Feel Better

When you have been struggling with your skin for years, experiencing constant redness, pain, acne-like breakouts, and a constant feeling of being flushed, you may feel relieved to finally have an accurate diagnosis of rosacea. Getting your dermatological diagnosis of rosacea is just the first step toward starting to feel better. Next, you will need to get to know some of the treatment options that you can use and lifestyle changes that you can make to start looking and feeling better as soon as possible. [Read More]

FAQs About Caring For Your Skin During Cancer Treatment

A diagnosis of skin cancer means that you will have to take special precautions with your health during and after treatment. Depending on the treatment, your skin could be left particularly vulnerable to environmental elements. If you are going through treatment, here is what you need to know about skin care.   What Changes Can Occur to Your Skin During Treatment? The type of changes you can experience with your skin depends largely on the type of treatment. [Read More]

5 Tips for Reducing the Appearance of Scars

If you have been injured, especially if you have been injured on your face from a scratch or other accident, you will want to know what you can do to reduce the appearance of scars. Scarring is definitely not something anyone wants to deal with, especially on their face. Here are five tips to help you reduce the scars' appearance. Keep the Area Clean: It's important that you keep the surface area of the scar or injury clean from dirt and debris. [Read More]