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Having a child with excessively sensitive skin can bring a lot of challenges into your life. You have to watch what products come into the home because it can cause your child to get a rash. Ever since my daughter was born, I have had to be very cautious about the laundry detergents that I used in her clothes as well as my own. When people held her, I had to wrap her in a blanket to prevent perfume and their laundry detergent from causing her to break out in a rash. A dermatologist has helped us find several products that have helped over the years. Find out about sensitive skin here on my blog.

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Skin Cancer Screening: Detection And Prevention Tips

Skin cancer is one of the most common types of cancer in the United States, and it affects people of all ages. That's why it's so important to get screened for skin cancer regularly. With skin cancer screenings, you can prevent cancer and detect the beginning stages of this terrible disease. These tips help you detect and prevent skin cancer. Detection Involves Visiting a Dermatologist One of the best ways to detect skin cancer early is to have a dermatologist check your skin regularly. Read More 

4 Things To Know Before Your First Botox Appointment

Botox can help you meet your aesthetic goals. It can also alleviate certain embarrassing problems, such as excessive sweating. A dermatologist can administer Botox injections in their office. Learning what to expect before you arrive can help you have a relaxed and comfortable procedure. Here are four facts that every patient should know before getting Botox injections: 1. You can request pain relief. Botox injections are administered using hypodermic needles. The needles used to inject Botox into your skin are very thin in order to minimize discomfort. Read More 

3 Noticeable Hair Issues And What You Can Do About Them

Your hair is a part of who you are, so when you start to notice changes that are very noticeable, they may make you feel self-conscious. Some things may be temporary, although others may be permanent. Some hair issues can be treated at home, while others may require medication or treatment from a dermatologist to help you. Read on for some noticeable hair changes and what you may be able to do about them. Read More 

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Though any type of acne is problematic for the individual experiencing it, cystic acne is an especially cumbersome skin condition to manage. It can be hard to get cystic acne to clear up, and if left untreated, cystic acne can lead to skin infections or more breakouts. If you suffer from cystic acne, here are a few important things you need to know about treating your existing acne and preventing future breakouts. Read More 

3 Tips For Recovering From Botox

While the results of botox are amazing, you will have to go through a recovery process before you get there. While this process isn't super long, it is very important that you are careful during the recovery process to ensure a quick and successful recovery. The medical professional who gives you your Botox injections will likely have several tips for you that will help the recovery process go as smooth as possible. Read More