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November 15, 2016

What Causes Dry Skin?

When it comes to skin types, it seems that for the most part, we always want that skin type that we don’t have i.e. oily-skinned teens pile on products to dry their skin to prevent breakouts, while mature women slather on cold creams and moisturizers to make their skin resemble a teenager’s.  People have the opportunity to protect their skin from the harsh rays of the sun by using adequate sunscreen, yet often leave it unprotected to get a tan, thus creating skin that resembles shoe leather and risking skin cancer down the road. If there were not a wide variety of skin types, the grocery stores and cosmetic counters would not be burgeoned with creams that promise rejuvenation, renewal and skin as soft and smooth as a baby’s bottom. There is a fix for dry skin, if it is age that you are battling, and it comes in the form of spa treatments which provide the humidity that skin craves.  These treatments open the pores to permit moisturizing products to work their magic.
May 13, 2015

How to Keep Skin Healthy During Pregnancy

Skin professionals and will tell you, pregnancy puts some strain on your skin. While carrying your bundle of joy will probably be worth it, don’t be surprised by bouts of acne, unwanted hair growth and other skin problems that only happen because of pregnancy. What you might not know is that there are certain skincare products that aren’t safe to use and you might want some professional guidance on what products you can use.  When you are thinking of becoming pregnant or right after you hear the joyous news you should consult a dermatologist in NJ for advice, but in the meantime here are some tips on keeping your skin healthy during a pregnancy.
May 5, 2014

Are Laser Skin Treatments Safe?

The majority of laser skin treatments are safe. There are always a few minor reactions to watch out for, but these are rare. Procedures that are performed properly and that are cared for properly afterwards are completely safe. It is important to follow the aftercare instructions exactly as they are given to prevent infections and adverse reactions from occurring. Most treatments barely go deeper than the epidermis.