Stress and Your Tresses – How to Keep Your Hair Healthy When You’re Feeling the Pressure 

In honor of Stress Awareness Month, we’re taking a look at how chronic stress can influence the hair growth cycle. So, if you’re feeling anxious about your hair health, take a deep breath, pour yourself some calming herbal tea, and learn how your mood affects your mane! Chronic stress is literally the worst.  Perpetual anxiety,…. read more

Botox for Men – Take Charge of Your Appearance

Botox® Cosmetic is an FDA-approved treatment option most notably used in women to treat signs of aging, but its use has recently seen a surge in popularity among men. More men are opting for Botox treatments to help themselves look and feel younger, reduce wrinkles, and enhance their overall appearance. In fact, it is one of…. read more

Are Fillers Safe?

Dermal fillers are a safe way to enhance your aesthetic appearance if you choose a board-certified dermatologist. Those who get filler injections from an unqualified physician risk experiencing undesirable side effects. Sometimes, unqualified providers use fillers that aren’t FDA-approved, increasing the risk of side effects and safety concerns. Fillers are injected into treatment areas on…. read more

How Your Skin Warns You About Diabetes

Did you know that signs of diabetes can show up on your skin? In honor of American Diabetes Alert Day (March 22) we’ll take a look at 10 skin conditions that are warning signs of high blood sugar caused by type 2 diabetes. These include dark skin on your neck, sores on your feet, and…. read more

Four Ways to Transition into Spring Skincare

Throughout the colder, winter months, we tend to wear heavier moisturizers and skincare products to protect our skin, but sometimes even with all that protection, our skin is still left feeling dry. It still itches. It cracks. It isn’t always pretty, as you know. Luckily, that season’s now behind us. It’s time to say goodbye…. read more

Fitzpatrick Skin Type Scale – Bang-on or Bunk-off? Understanding Your Skin Cancer Risk

Skin cancer is a concern everyone should share, regardless of skin type, texture, or tone. However, certain skin types might be especially susceptible to skin cancer development, and it would be helpful to assess risk on an individual basis. The Fitzpatrick skin typing test is a scale most dermatologists at least reference when determining a patient’s skin…. read more

The 411 on Phyto-Corrective Skincare: How Our Favorite Phytoceramides Soothe Sensitive Skin

Phytoceramides are extremely popular skincare ingredients, and it isn’t hard to see why! Phyto-corrective skincare offers highly effective moisture retention, clarification, and rejuvenation. Plus, it’s fantastic for sensitive skin.  But what are phytoceramides, anyway?  Benefits of Phytoceramides  Human skin cells are surrounded by ceramides, long-chain fatty acids that maintain a moisture-retaining barrier and influence cell…. read more

National Cancer Prevention Month: Integrating Skin Cancer Protection into Your Routine

Most of us wouldn’t forget to put on clothes before leaving the house. (Hopefully!) In addition to being stylish and preserving our modesty, clothing acts as an environmental protectant against a variety of elements, including the sun. However, while we’re pretty vigilant about at least putting on pants and a shirt before leaving the house…. read more

Sneaky Sun Damage: How to Protect Yourself in Winter

Even though we’re all bundled up during the frigid winter months, we might still be susceptible to the sun’s damaging ultraviolet rays. In cold weather, the sun’s warmth is conspicuously absent, making us think that sun protection is less urgent than in warm weather. However, the sun’s ultraviolet rays, irrespective of the heat we might…. read more

Want to Give a Valentine’s Kiss Goodbye to Dry Lips? Here’s Why Your Pout Might be Peeling

If your lips are on the dry side, you probably think you just need to slather on the drugstore lip balm and wait for your lips to restore themselves to their former glory. In most cases, you would probably be right.  But what if it doesn’t work?  Seasonal dry lips are perfectly normal. There are…. read more

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