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16
Nov

Acne care. PART TWO. What are products you should use or avoid?

Again, I am not a dermatologist. See my prior blog on acne for basic tips. Irritation is bad. You do not want to scrub, use harsh treatments, or poke and

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26
May

Summer Sun: Sunscreen and Vitamin D Deficiency?

Vitamin D deficiency is a hot topic.  I had my Vitamin D levels taken with my last doctor check up and mine was low. So yup, I am on Vitamin D. How do

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15
May

Over the counter vs. Prescription cosmetic products: What’s the difference?

Should you get your skin care products from a doctor’s office or from the department store or spa? What is the difference? Things to think about: Strength.  Many of the

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2
May

5 other ways to protect yourself from the sun

Sunscreen is not the only way to you can protect yourself against the sun. We all know about sunscreen: put it on 20 minutes before going outside SPF 30 or

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5
Mar

Measuring Sunscreens and UV Protection

How do sunscreens get evaluated? SPF is for UVB SPF stands for sun protection factor.  You need a level of 15 or higher for daily use, and 30 or higher

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23
Feb

Does Sunscreen Go Bad?

You all have done this.  Opened up that sunscreen which was sitting in your car/suitcase/cabinet and used it.  Who knows how OLD it was… Sometimes it was cakey, or yellow,

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19
Feb

Is your sunscreen effective enough? Look for the Skin Cancer Foundation seals on your sunscreen.

Are all sunscreens created equal? The short answer is no.  And which should you choose? Who is evaluating all of these things? The Skin Cancer Foundation has created a seal

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16
Feb

3 Reasons Why Skin Care Products Cause Redness

Why do some skin products make your skin red?  And what should you do? First let me say redness is a common side effect of many skin care regimens.  It

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11
Sep

What hyaluronic acid filler you should NOT use. See FDA warning

Quick blog, but with everyone saying they are a “plastic surgeon” these days, these are things you should watch out for. The FDA warned against off label use of a

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24
Apr

And the top 5 minimally invasive procedures are…?

We have covered the top 5 surgical. Now for the non surgical. Botox Soft tissue fillers (Hyaluronic fillers like juvederm and restylane lead, followed by radiesse, Sculptra, and fat) Chemical peels

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