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March 26, 2020

Tips for Managing Stress During Covid-19 Isolation
Bears hibernate, plants go dormant and us humans, go go go. Until now, for the first time ever, we are being required to socially-distance ourselves from one another and limit our exposure to public places. It’s a new (albeit temporary) way of life, and while we all hope it won’t last long, we’ve been cookin’ up some ideas to keep stay-at-home life lively and productive.
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February 24, 2020

So You Got Lip Filler, Now What?👄
After months of research, numerous consultations, and countless questions to your doctor, you've done your due diligence and have finally decided to take the plunge. You got lip filler! As the product settles in and your newly-enhanced features are starting to settle, a few pretty common themes tend to take shape in the form of potential swelling, soreness, and bruising. Don’t fret — keep reading for your comprehensive post-care guide. 
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February 14, 2020

What is MOHS Surgery?
Since it’s National Cancer Prevention Month, we’re exploring one of our go-to methods for treatment: Mohs surgery. Originally developed in the 1930’s by its founder and originator, Dr. Frederic E. Mohs, MOHS Micrographic Surgery is a minimally invasive, outpatient procedure typically performed by board-certified dermatologists like the ones at West Dermatology.
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February 7, 2020

The Cardinal Rules of Pre and Post-Laser Care 🌟
Real talk: Is there anything that a laser treatment can’t fix? An IPL laser (short for intense pulsed light) serves as the one-two punch for reversing sun damage, fading hyperpigmentation, and other pigment concerns in the skin, including red spots and rosacea. 
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January 13, 2020

Hydrate Your Skin Before, During & After a Flight ✈️
Keep Airplane Air from Drying Your Skin.
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January 1, 2020

What Makes Us Itch?
For the most part, itchy skin -- caused by irritation of the skin cells or the nerves associated with them -- is nothing to worry about and is usually treatable at home. Still, itching is unpleasant, and in rare cases, it can point to a serious health problem, so it helps to know the facts.

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