3 Reasons To Try Botox

Posted on: 15 December 2022
If you have been curious about Botox for a while but haven't yet taken the plunge, it may be helpful to discover some of the major reasons people get Botox treatments. With more than 7 million people getting Botox in the United States each year, this popular treatment is definitely worth exploring. Botox is noninvasive, does not require surgery, and can help you look and feel your best. Here are three of the biggest reasons to try Botox injections:
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Do You Have Dark Skin Blotches? Check For Melasma

Posted on: 15 July 2022
If you've developed dark brown, light brown, or gray patches on your skin, you might have a hyper-pigmentation disorder called melasma. Your dermatologist can help you get a firm diagnosis. Melasma isn't a dangerous condition, but it can be a cosmetic concern for many patients since it causes an uneven skin tone. Take a look at why this condition happens and how to treat it. What Causes it, and Who is at Risk?
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Rough Skin Patches On Your Face? What You Need To Know About Actinic Keratosis & Skin Cancer Checks

Posted on: 10 December 2021
If you have severely dry patches on your face or the back of your hand and can't seem to get any relief from the dryness by applying moisturizer, you should have a skin cancer check done by a licensed dermatologist. Rough, scaly, patches of dry skin on areas of the body that are exposed most to the sun can be actinic keratosis. Here's what you need to know and what to expect when having your skin checked for cancer.
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What Everyone With Untreated Mild Plaque Psoriasis Needs To Know

Posted on: 23 July 2021
Plaque psoriasis is a skin condition that causes a buildup in skin cells which results in red, scaling patches of itchy skin. According to research, as many as 50% of people with mild psoriasis do not get treated for their skin disease. Many people with mild plaque psoriasis are aware of the fact that sunlight helps clear up the patches, even to the point of their psoriasis going into remission during the summer months.
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