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July 27, 2020

We're Ensuring Your Health With Our Safety Protocols
We hope that during the COVID-19 pandemic, you have kept yourselves, your family and friends well, happy, and safe. That being said, with the continuing reports that the curve is 'flattening' and due to modified stay-at-home orders, we are thrilled that we can officially see you for all of your medical and cosmetic skincare needs and concerns.


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July 22, 2020

Do You Have 'Maskne' & Skin Irritations From Your Face Mask?
Whether you’re on a grocery store run, or an essential healthcare worker wearing protective gear for hours on end (thank you!), you may be noticing a skin reaction known as mask acne, or “maskne,” that could look like redness, irritation, or pimples around your cheeks, mouth and jawline.
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July 14, 2020

5 Summer Skincare Tips for Healthy Skin!
For many, summer is the best time of the year with its long days, endless bbq’s, and time underneath the sun. With all the fun we’re having outdoors and getting our tan on, we need to be extra cautious of our skin health and make sure that we’re still moisturizing and protecting with SPF. 
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July 13, 2020

How to Perform a Skin Check on Yourself
Skin cancer is one of the few cancers that if caught early, can be treated, including melanoma, the deadliest form of the disease. In addition to your yearly skin evaluation with a dermatologist, another important key in prevention and successful treatment is performing a personal skin exam. When the disease is found early, the survival rate is an amazing 99%.
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July 1, 2020

MYTH OR FACT: Does the sun clear acne? ☀️
There are many benefits to the sun. It can lift our mood, help create vitamin D which is essential for healthy and strong bones, and according to many people, it helps with acne.
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June 24, 2020

The Difference Between Male & Female Acne
When most people think about acne, they often first associate it with puberty but this is not always the case. Many adults are still affected by acne well beyond the teenage years (about 50 million Americans), and the experience is different for both men and women from various factors. 
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