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Facts about Sunscreen: Is Sunscreen Safe?

May 8, 2018

Sunscreen helps protect the skin from the sun’s ultraviolet (UV) radiation that can cause skin cancer and premature aging. Annually, over 2 million people are diagnosed with 3.5 million skin cancers. Many skin cancers can be prevented by using sunscreen products, and they have been proven safe to use. Using sunscreen with a Sun Protection… Read More

The Dangers of UV Tanning & the Benefits of Sunless Tanning

April 2, 2018

Over the past 20 years the public has been made aware of the damaging effects of ultraviolet radiation (UVR) from tanning devices and the sun. Even though public awareness has risen, the desire to have a tan continues especially in teens & young adults. This fact is evident by the rising melanoma incidents—presently six times… Read More

Are you experiencing Dry Winter Skin?

March 8, 2018

Since outside temperatures are colder, people rely on dry heat indoors. Cold winter air has very little moisture and even when the air outside with a humidity level of 75 percent is brought indoors and heated by your furnace, the humidity level can fall below 15 percent. Water evaporates more quickly into this extremely dry… Read More

Winter Solutions to Soothe your Child’s Eczema

February 19, 2018

Colder temperatures, dry air and indoor heating can cause irritation to your child’s skin and may flare-up Eczema. To lessen Eczema flares in winter, dermatologists recommend making some slight changes to your child’s skin care. Help make your child more comfortable with the following skin care tips. Continue Eczema Skin Care Use warm NOT hot… Read More

Rash 101 in Adults: When to seek medical help

January 2, 2018

To the inexperienced eye, the majority of rashes may look similar and seem easily treatable with over-the-counter oral antihistamines or hydrocortisone cream. Unfortunately, that is not always the case. Rashes may appear as spots, bumps or blisters and can be red, scabby, itchy, or dry. They can appear in a specific area of skin or… Read More