Cosmetic Dermatology Blog

Your Very Own Skincare Calendar

While the seasons continue to change, your skincare routine should never take a day off. Your skincare regimen should follow seasonal patterns, altering month to month to suit your skin’s changes. In order to maintain healthy, blemish-free skin, keep up the hard work year-round. For example, your summer.

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Wrinkle Reduction How-to

If you have wrinkles you would like to get rid of or at least reduce in appearance, it’s important to know what causes wrinkles in the first place. First and foremost, as we age our bodies make less collagen which is what makes our skin soft and supple..

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How To Get Rid Of Fat

Most people believe to get rid of fat you must spend hours focusing on what you’re eating as well as on the treadmill. The truth is, for busy people this is simply not an option. If we could add several more hours to the day it would be.

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Men And The Need For Caring About One’s Skin

Many men make the initial mistake of believing that skin care is only something women do. The male morning skin care regimen often involves bumbling about in the bathroom knocking over perfume bottles, cosmetics, and cleansers to get to the shaving cream and razor. According to Dr. Jeffry.

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Skin and How Stress Affects It

You’re probably familiar with what stress can do to the mind and the body, but have you given any thought as to what it can do to your skin? You’ve probably seen it, especially before a big date or the day you have to give an important speech.

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Laser Hair Removal Guide

The American Academy of Dermatology advises that laser treatment to remove hair should only be performed by medical doctors who are knowledgeable, skilled, experienced and have in-depth knowledge of the skin and lasers. (1326)

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Melasma Skin Condition Guide

Melasma is a common skin condition which appears as brown to gray-brown patches on the face, usually the cheeks, bridge of the nose, forehead, chin, and above the upper lip. It can appear on other parts of the body which are exposed to sun frequently or for long.

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Cosmetic Dermatology Techniques to Turn Back the Clock

Only a few short years ago, there were few options for people who wanted to recapture their youthful appearance. These options frequently involved periods of downtime, surgical risks, unnatural results, and prohibitive expense. Today cosmetic dermatologists have a wide array of tools at their disposal and Mayoral Dermatology.

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Spider Vein Treatment & Prevention Guide

Spider veins, visible on the skin’s surface, can be unsightly, causing self-consciousness and sometimes embarrassment. They can be especially annoying in warm weather – time for wearing short skirts, swimsuits and shorts. They are often likened to varicose veins, although they are different in important ways. Spider veins.

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Laser Skin Resurfacing Guide

If you are like many, and suffer with not-so-perfect skin, finding a solution can sometimes feel like a world away. Many of us want to rid our skin from acne, scars and fine lines but can’t find the proper treatment to do just that. Well, for many, you.

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Coolsculpting For Men & Women

Are you one of the many men or women that work out on a continuous basis and eat healthy everyday but still aren’t in the shape that you want? You may be fit but you still have certain problem areas that are bothersome and that can’t be removed.

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Rosacea Symptoms, Causes, Treatment & Prevention Guide

Rosacea is a common, chronic, disorder of facial skin that causes redness in the face, often with small, red, puss-filled papules, characterized by flares and remissions. It begins after age 30, as redness on the cheeks, nose, chin or forehead, which waxes and wanes. In some cases, rosacea.

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Hair Loss (alopecia) in Women

Introduction to Hair Loss (alopecia) in Women Women constitute 40 percent of hair loss sufferers in the United States. It can be devastating to a woman’s self-image and her emotional well-being. Society accepts hair loss in men, but rejects hair loss in women. Even much of the medical.

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Acne Guide by Mayoral Dermatology

Definition of Acne: Acne is a disease of the oil-producing glands and hair follicles of the skin. The most common areas affected are the face, neck, chest, back, shoulders and upper arms. The condition can have a devastating effect on emotional well-being. Scarring can occur with severe cases,.

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Coolsculpting for Body Contouring

More than 10 million cosmetic procedures are performed annually in the United States, costing greater than 11 billion dollars. That’s an increase in demand of 250 percent for surgical and minimally invasive procedures over the last two decades. The number of surgical procedures has actually declined by 16.

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About Coolsculpting by Zeltiq

Sometimes all the exercising and dieting in the world will not remove certain rolls, bulges or other kinds of visible stubborn fat clinging to our abdomens, thighs and hips. Even targeting problem areas by performing specific exercises day after day fails to reduce the size of these unsightly.

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Common Side Effects of Coolsculpting

Coolsculpting is an effective cosmetic dermatology procedure to help smooth the skin for a tighter, toned look. You might have unwanted bulges along the tummy or thighs that you have worked hard at trying to tone up at the gym but haven’t had much luck, and that’s where.

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Kybella Double Chin Treatment

What is Kybella® Kybella® is a new injectable medication unanimously supported by the FDA’s Dermatologic and Ophthalmic Drugs Advisory Committee and recently approved for treatment of moderate to severe submental fat in adults, also known as submental fullness or a double chin. (3661)

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Most Common Skin Conditions

We all try so hard to obtain the perfect skin, but sometimes it can be hard to do so, especially when we have some pre-existing skin conditions that prevent us from having flawless skin. If you are someone who suffers from a certain skin condition, you know how.

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