If acne is a problem, talk to your dermatologist about finding the best solution for your skin.
From professional microdermabrasion to at-home kits to DIY exfoliating scrubs, removing dead skin cells and impurities for beautiful and clear skin is within reach on every budget level.
Pimples are a pain, but popping them can lead to more trouble than it's worth. Popping zits isn't the answer. Prevention is.
Large pore sizes may not only be unsightly but may lead to greater occurrences of acne breakout. A new use of an existing laser may offer patients a way to reduce the size of their pores for tighter, smoother skin.
Acne is a common problem during pregnancy and it can continue during breastfeeding. It is important to know which acne medications, herbal ingredients and topical products are safe to use during breastfeeding and which should be avoided.
One of the things that make you look older is looking tired: the Silk Peel microdermabrasion may offer patients a way to look more rested without actually putting in the hours of sleep.
A common skin condition, rosacea is often triggered by certain foods and actions.
Keeping your hands off your pimples helps avoid infections and acne scarring.
This common condition has many hiding their faces away, but with proper treatment and management, rosacea doesn't need to keep you in the dark.
"The Doctors" offer some great insight into treatment options including a strong medication which may offer acne relief, but doesn't come without side effects.
The Skin Center Medical Spa now offers DermaSweep™, the next generation of microdermabrasion.
Skin care products are important to help maintain skin's radiance and health. Skin Medica may have the formula that's right for you.
Acne is a very common problem and it doesn't only affect teenagers, grown ups can get it too. But how should you deal with it?