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Vitamin C for Skin: The Ultimate Guide

Did you know that vitamin C can be a powerful ally for your skin? That’s right – vitamin C is an excellent ingredient to include in your skincare routine, thanks to its ability to brighten the skin, boost collagen production, and protect against environmental damage. Vitamin C is worth considering if you’re looking to add… read more

Why Ultherapy is the Best Choice for Tightening Skin

As we age, our skin begins to lose its elasticity and firmness and gravity starts to take its toll, causing the skin to sag. A good skincare routine (including sun protection) can help slow down the aging process, but sometimes you need extra help to keep your skin looking its best. That’s where Ultherapy comes… read more

Botox vs. Xeomin: What’s the Difference?

When it comes to Botox and Xeomin, many people are unsure of the difference. Both treat wrinkles, but they are slightly different. Here’s how Botox and Xeomin differ and what you need to know before getting either treatment. What is Botox You may have heard of Botox, but what exactly is it? Botox is a… read more

Everything You Need to Know About Tinea Versicolor

Summer is the perfect time to show off your glowing skin, but what if you start seeing patches of discoloration on your body? You might have tinea versicolor, a common fungal infection that can be treated easily. Keep reading to learn more about this condition and how to get rid of it. What is tinea… read more

Love Your Skin This Valentine’s Day

You want to look your best this Valentine’s day, and that means glowing skin that radiates health from the inside out. You want to look great for YOURSELF (and of course, you want that special someone to notice, too).  But how do you get your skin to look radiant fast? Especially if Valentine’s day is… read more

Skin-Healthy Foods to Look Radiant And Prevent Cancer

You want your skin to radiate health, AND you don’t want to get skin cancer. Well, you can get both healthy skin and avoid skin cancer too. How? Eat. Healthy. Foods.  Studies show their antioxidants, immune boosters, and anti-inflammatory properties in food will improve the look of your skin and could reduce your risk of… read more

Want Fuller, Longer Lashes? Get Latisse!

If you dream of thicker, longer lashes, you can get a medication from your dermatologist called Latisse that will give you just that. This can replace messy eyelash glue and false lashes, as well as pricey eyelash extensions. What is Latisse? Latisse is a medication for glaucoma that has a happy side effect—it makes eyelashes… read more

Nail Fungus is No Fun: Learn how to Prevent it.

Nobody likes nail fungus, whether it’s on their nails or someone else’s. It’s unsightly, doesn’t feel good, and it’s contagious. So at the Skin and Cancer Institute, we’ve put together a guide to show you how to keep from getting it–and what to do if you become infected. What is Nail Fungus Nail fungus is… read more

Treat Yourself to Laser Hair Removal This Christmas

What could be a greater gift to yourself this holiday season than laser hair removal?  At the Skin and Cancer Institute, you’ll get smooth, hairless skin—without tweezing, waxing, or shaving. And, it can be done anywhere on your body (face, underarms, chest, back and bikini area). You name the body part and our lasers can… read more

What SkinPen Microneedling Can Do For You

SkinPen is a little tool that can make a big difference to your skin’s texture. We offer it to our patients at the Skin and Cancer Institute because we like how it can smooth acne scars and wrinkles and leave your skin glowing in as little as three sessions. What is SkinPen? SkinPen is a… read more

5 Types of Warts And What to do About Them

What is a Wart? A wart is an overgrowth of cells caused by the human papillomavirus (HPV). They are most common on the hands and feet but can grow anywhere on your body. There are five basic types of warts that you should be aware of. They all have similarities, though they look different and… read more

2 Techniques For Hair Restoration

It’s normal to lose up to 100 hairs each day. This hair is replaced by new hair growing in, so it’s not noticeable. It’s when you lose your hair faster than it’s replaced that it becomes visibly thin and bald. That’s where the dermatologists at the Skin and Cancer Institute can help. They have two… read more

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