Stay Safe Year-Round with Melanoma Prevention

Man applies sunscreen to his face while looking in the mirror

Did you know melanoma causes just 1% of all skin cancers but the majority of skin cancer deaths? All skin cancers begin as an uncontrolled growth of abnormal cells, mostly in the epidermis. The primary cause is excessive exposure to ultraviolet rays, either from the sun or artificial sources such as tanning beds. About 1…

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Is It Skin Cancer? Early Signs to Watch For

Cropped view of dermatologist examining skin of patient with magnifying glass in clinic

Did you know cancer of the skin is the most common type of cancer? It’s estimated that over 5 million Americans are diagnosed with non-melanoma skin cancers each year, with over 100,000 diagnosed with invasive melanoma. Besides increased sun exposure, other factors behind the increasing number of skin cancer diagnoses include better detection methods and…

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What to Do About Acne Scars

Before and after treatment for acne scars

If you are one of the millions of people who have suffered from acne, you know how frustrating it can be. But even after your breakouts heal, you may notice that your skin still doesn’t look quite the same as before. It’s estimated that about 80% of all people experience acne between the ages of…

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What’s the Best Way to Treat Acne?

Before and after acne treatment. Photo on the left shows woman before acne treatment. Photo on right shows after acne treatment

Are you bothered by frequent breakouts? Have you tried to get rid of them with no success? Not sure what to do next? If that sounds like you, you’re not alone. Acne is one of the most common and most frustrating of all skin conditions, affecting at least 80% of people between the ages of…

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What Are the Benefits of Antioxidants for Your Skin?

Beautiful mature woman applying antioxidant serum

One of the most important ways to maintain healthy skin is to reverse the damage done by free radicals. Antioxidants are among the best treatments available for winning that battle. Free radicals are unstable molecules that damage your DNA at the cellular level. Although some are created by your body naturally, you also get them…

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