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Woman in the winter with clear skin Why Chemical Peels Are Safe and Recommended in the Winter

Why Chemical Peels Are Safe and Recommended in the Winter

During this time of the year, when the harsh winter months can be brutal, we often worry about our skin health. This is when we turn toward safe and effective cosmetic treatments that can help
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Woman holding a plush heart Try Lip Enhancement in Time for Valentine's Day

Try Lip Enhancement in Time for Valentine's Day

With Valentine’s Day right around the corner, our minds are fixated on love and romance, and what says romance better than a kiss from your valentine? So it’s important now more than ever to get
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 How to Keep My Skin Clear and Moisturized

How to Keep My Skin Clear and Moisturized

Having flawless skin isn't always a matter of cosmetic preference. It is also a sign of good health. So the question is, how can we achieve healthy skin that stays clear and moisturized? With a
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 What Filler Is Best for Me?

What Filler Is Best for Me?

If you’re like the rest of us, you’ve probably been searching the internet looking for as much information as you can get on fillers. You’ve seen the commercials and heard the stories and now you’re
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 How to Use Botox for Wrinkle Prevention

How to Use Botox for Wrinkle Prevention

Oftentimes when we think about Botox, we think about how it can smooth out our wrinkles and tighten our skin to reduce sagging and drooping. But what we sometimes forget is that Botox can be
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Person with sunscreen on their scalp Remember Your Sunscreen This Spring Break. Here's Why:

Remember Your Sunscreen This Spring Break. Here's Why:

What’s more perfect than spring break? No school/work, perfect weather, tropical getaways. It’s amazing! But before we can flood the beaches, we have to remember to put on sunscreen. Putting on sunscreen truly is an
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Person with abnormality on their skin How to Reduce Your Risk of Actinic Keratosis and Skin Cancer

How to Reduce Your Risk of Actinic Keratosis and Skin Cancer

Having actinic keratosis can easily lead to skin cancer when left unchecked and untreated. This precancer commonly forms on skin that has been damaged by the continuous exposure of ultraviolet rays. UV rays fall abundantly
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PhyNet Dermatology dermatologist nail abnormalities Here's Why You May be Suffering from Nail Abnormalities

Here's Why You May be Suffering from Nail Abnormalities

Having nail abnormalities may not sound like a big deal, but in reality, they sometimes are. Nail abnormalities are often a sign of a major health issue. You can think of nail abnormalities as symptoms
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Person with hives all over their skin How to Treat and Prevent Hives

How to Treat and Prevent Hives

They seem to come out of nowhere. The incessant itching, burning, and stinging. The unsightly swollen, pale red bumps. We’re talking about hives and they are a major nuisance. Luckily, prevention and treatment can save
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UV lights What Is Light Therapy, and Is It Right for You?

What Is Light Therapy, and Is It Right for You?

By now, most people are aware that light therapy exists in the world of dermatology. But do you really understand what it is, and most importantly, if it is right for you? What to Know
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Woman with cucumbers over her eyes The Top 3 Minimally Invasive Skin Procedures

The Top 3 Minimally Invasive Skin Procedures

There’s a lot that goes into choosing the right skin procedure. The first thing that most people wonder is how invasive the procedure may be. For many of us, we believe that the treatment is
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 Top 4 Fungal Treatment Options

Top 4 Fungal Treatment Options

Finding out you have a fungal infection is no laughing matter. Numerous questions are bound to flood your mind. Fungal infections, or mycosis, is contracted via contact with the fungus. The only way to get
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