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Embarrassed By Stretch Marks? Microneedling Could Be The Answer

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If you have stretch marks that cause you to be embarrassed about your appearance, you should talk to a dermatologist about microneedling. This procedure causes new skin growth and collagen production so it can reduce scars, eliminate wrinkles, and even diminish stretch marks. Here’s how the treatment works.  How Microneedling Is Done Microneedling is done in your dermatologist’s office using a device that has tiny needles on the end of it.…

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5 Tips For Wearing Makeup When You Have Sensitive Skin

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If you are someone who has sensitive skin, you might have found that buying and using makeup can be a challenge. However, this does not mean that you have to give up makeup for life. Instead, consider following these tips for wearing makeup when you have sensitive skin. 1. See a Dermatologist First of all, it’s a good idea to see your dermatologist. He or she can help you get to the bottom of your skin-related problems and might be able to prescribe some sort of treatment that can help with your sensitive skin.…

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Dealing With Dry Skin

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Dry skin can become severe to the extent of it being excessively itchy and unappealing. Although there are numerous types of moisturizers that can be applied to dry skin, they are commonly useless in a severe case of the condition. There are natural techniques that can be used for improving your skin. You also have the option of going to a dermatologist for professional help. Below, learn about some of the things that can be done to bring moisture back to your dry skin.…

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Botox: What To Expect During And Following Treatment

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Botox treatment is a convenient and effective way to get rid of wrinkles and facial lines so that you regain a more youthful appearance. It involves injecting a protein produced by the Clostridium botulinum bacterium. This will prevent the release of a substance needed for your nerve cells to communicate with each other, effectively causing paralysis in that area. As a result the skin becomes smooth, causing wrinkles and lines to fade, or disappear completely.…

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Preparing For Moh's Surgery

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Skin cancer is something that many individuals have to deal with. In fact, over 5 million cases of skin cancer are treated in over 3 million people each year.  There are more cases of skin cancer than many other cancers combined. No matter how you develop skin cancer, it is very important that you take the necessary steps to be rid of it. You want to visit a dermatologist as soon as possible.…

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4 Reasons To Get Botox

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When deciding to get cosmetic beauty treatments, you have a lot of choices, from chemical peels to laser photofacials. One popular option that shouldn’t be overlooked is Botox. Botox is a low-risk, minimally invasive option that offers many benefits. Here are four great reasons to get Botox: Botox is Quick with No Downtime Botox is often referred to as a “lunchtime procedure” because it’s so quick and non-invasive that you can easily have it administered during your lunch break and return to lunch afterward.…

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Skin Cancer Questions And Answers

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Being diagnosed with skin cancer can be a terrible experience for anyone to go through. This potentially lethal condition will require rapid treatment to limit the risk of the cancer spreading throughout the body. Unfortunately, there is some basic information about skin cancer that many people may not fully know. What Are The Warning Signs That You May Be Developing Skin Cancer? Early detection is one of the best ways of improving your chances of recovering from your skin cancer.…

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Preparing For Moh's Surgery

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Skin cancer is becoming very common. In fact, there are over 5 million cases of skin cancer in over 3.3 million people each year. That is over 9,000 people being diagnosed with skin cancer everyday. No matter the reason for the rise in skin cancer, it needs to be treated as soon as it is recognized. The sooner that it is treated the less likely it is to spread. One of the most common treatments for skin cancer is called Moh’s Surgery.…

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Different Treatment Options For Squamous Cell Carcinoma

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Squamous cell carcinoma is a type of skin cancer that grows in the cells of the outer layer of skin and may looks like warts or sores. As long as it is detected in the early stages, it is highly curable. Let’s take a look at some of the different treatment options available for squamous cell carcinoma: Excisional Surgery With this treatment, a doctor will remove the skin cancer and the skin surrounding it with a scalpel.…

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Two Main Things To Consider Before Mole Removal

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There are many options for mole removal, including DIY methods. However, before following through with any mole removal method, there are two main things to consider to ensure that the removal is successful. Here are the two main things to consider: Location First off, the location of the mole is going to make a huge difference in which method you choose. For example, if you want remove a mole that is on your leg or arm, then you might be okay going with a DIY option or just simply going into a mole removal office and having it removed without much consideration.…

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