Healthy skin is an essential part of our overall well-being, and visiting a dermatologist is crucial to maintaining it. However, seeking dermatology services can be costly, and it’s natural to wonder if your health insurance will cover them. This blog will provide a clear understanding of what dermatology services are included in health insurance, what types of insurance dermatologists accept, and what services insurance companies usually cover.
Cancer treatment has come a long way over the years, and there are now many innovative treatments that are safer, more effective, and less invasive than ever before. One of the newest and most exciting trends in cancer treatment for non-melanoma skin cancer is Image-Guided Superficial Radiotherapy (IG-SRT). This therapy has proven to be a highly efficient cancer treatment, providing excellent cosmetic results. Radiotherapy is an effective cancer treatment that uses radiation to target and destroy cancer cells. In this blog post, we’ll take a close look at what IG-SRT is, what it’s used for, how it works, and everything else you need to know to decide if it’s the right treatment option for you.
Laser hair removal can be a great alternative to traditional hair removal methods, such as shaving and waxing. It’s a popular cosmetic procedure that’s a quick and effective way to remove unwanted hair with concentrated beams of light. However, as with any cosmetic procedure, there are some side effects to be aware of. In this blog post, we’ll take a deeper dive into the potential side effects of laser hair removal and how to manage them.
As we age, our skin loses its elasticity and we start to develop unwanted lines, wrinkles, and sagging skin. While aging is a natural process, it doesn’t mean that you can’t do anything about it. Enter neuromodulators and fillers – two of the most popular cosmetic treatments for rejuvenating the skin. But what exactly are neuromodulators and fillers, and how do they differ from each other? In this blog post, we will delve deeper into these questions and more, providing you with all the information you need to make an informed decision about these treatments.
Have you been to a dermatologist lately? If not, it’s time to make an appointment. Taking good care of your skin should be a priority for everyone. Whether you’re looking to have a mole checked or just need advice on how to protect your skin from the sun, visiting a dermatologist regularly can be incredibly beneficial for both your physical and mental health. Let’s look at why dermatologists are worth the visit.
Ditch the makeup wipes
Face wipes can be super convenient but washing your face with soap and water is the best thing you can do for your skin. Makeup wipes are full of harsh chemicals that can strip your skin of its natural oils. They aren’t formulated to actually clean your skin, but to break down the makeup instead. Washing your face is much more effective, plus, it’s better for the environment if you aren’t using disposable wipes.
Wear sunscreen every day
Signs of aging come from unprotected UV exposure, so if you want to limit wrinkles (and skin cancer), wear sunscreen. Don’t only wear it when you’ll be out in the sun, wear it all year long — yes, even during those dark, Michigan winter days. Find a sunscreen with an SPF of at least 30 or higher and use it in your skincare routine. You can even find makeup products that contain sunscreen, such as foundations, primers, and BB creams.
Invest in a retinol
Retinol is great for fighting the signs of aging. They increase collagen production and reduce collagen breakdown, which allows your aging cells to behave more like younger, healthier cells. The turnover rate is much faster, which makes way for the growth of new cells.
Apply an antioxidant serum
Another product you can add to your rotation is vitamin C. It fights free radicals from pollution and sun damage. Using antioxidants will lighten hyperpigmentation, correct signs of aging, brighten skin tone, and calm irritation.
Don’t pop your pimples
While marks on your skin fade away while you’re young, as you age, things like popping pimples can leave long-lasting dark spots. As tempting as it may be, get into the habit of not popping pimples. It’s not worth the scarring.
Get your sleep
Beauty sleep is a real thing. Everyone can always use more sleep but catching a healthy amount of Z’s can actually affect your skin. If you don’t get enough sleep, your cortisol levels can go up, which can cause inflammation. Try to get seven to eight hours of sleep each night to improve the appearance of your skin and reduce the chance of inflammation.
Not only does your diet affect your overall health, but it also affects your skin. Ever had a breakout after eating a bunch of junk food? Try eating foods rich in omega-3 fatty acids (salmon), vitamin E (nuts), and zinc (oysters). Adding nutrient-dense foods to your daily diet will help keep your skin clear, balanced, and healthy.
Don’t forget your neck and hands
When taking care of your skin, that doesn’t mean just your face. Be sure to extend your skincare routine to your neck. Also, don’t forget to moisturize and apply sunscreen to your hands. Hands are a common place to develop skin cancer because a lot of people forget about them when putting on sunscreen. Applying sunscreen to your neck and hands can also help prevent wrinkles.
It’s important to exfoliate on a regular basis to remove dead skin cells from the skin’s surface. The buildup of dead skin cells can lead to excess oil and clogged pores, which can lead to acne. Try exfoliating once a week and make sure you’re being gentle, you don’t want to irritate your skin.
Use hyaluronic acid
Hyaluronic acid is a great hydrator for the skin. It can help fine lines as well as under eye marks. A lot of face moisturizers and eye creams already have hyaluronic acid in them, so you don’t necessarily have to buy a separate product.
Caring for your skin is so important, so don’t wait until you’re already unhappy with it. Start taking care of it now so you can prevent those unwanted signs of aging. Luckily for you, we’ve got a few products you can try now that your future skin will thank you for.
Our Wrinkle Busting Kit actively fights the signs of aging with three different full-sized products of our most popular wrinkle fighting treatments, as well as a sample of our Advanced Hydrating Serum.
Try out our dermatologist-approved products and start loving your skin today!
No matter your age or gender, your skin is important and deserves to be taken care of properly. We all know that our skin is one of our most important organs. It protects us from external elements and keeps us healthy. But did you know that our skin is also the first visible sign of aging? As we age, our skin loses elasticity, becomes drier, and fine lines and wrinkles appear. Fortunately, there are steps you can take to prevent premature aging and keep your skin looking healthy and youthful.
With so many skincare products on the market, it can be overwhelming to know where to start or what to do. However, the benefits of a skincare routine go beyond just cosmetic appearances. Skincare routines can help prevent aging, protect your skin from harmful environmental factors, and promote overall skin health.
In this blog post, we will discuss the importance of a regular skincare routine, how it can prevent aging, and the best steps to follow for morning and night-time routines.
Hidradenitis Suppurativa (HS) is a rare, chronic skin condition that affects millions of people around the world. This skin condition is not only physically painful but also emotionally draining, and it can be difficult to manage without the right information. It causes lumps, abscesses, and scars in the armpits, groin, and other areas of the body. The exact cause of HS is unknown, but it appears to be related to an abnormal immune response and genetic factors. This blog post will provide you with everything you need to know about HS, including its symptoms, diagnosis, treatment, and management.
Psoriasis is a common skin disease that affects millions of people worldwide, and it can be a devastating condition that causes a great deal of discomfort and social embarrassment. The skin condition can be caused by a variety of factors, including genetics, environment, and lifestyle, but there is still a lack of understanding around this skin condition. In this blog post, we will discuss different aspects of psoriasis, including its causes, symptoms, treatments, and relationship with eczema.
Have you ever had a small, bumpy, hard growth on your skin that you’ve wondered about? Chances are, it’s a wart. Warts are small, non-cancerous growths on the skin caused by human papillomavirus (HPV). They can occur anywhere on the skin, including on the face, hands, feet, and genitals. While generally harmless, warts can be a nuisance and can cause discomfort or embarrassment, especially when they appear in visible areas of the body.Despite being a common condition, warts often raise questions like how do you get them, are they contagious, and will they spread? We’ll be answering those questions and more in today’s informative blog post.
Melanoma is one of the most severe types of skin cancer that grows in melanocytes, which are the cells responsible for producing pigment in our skin. This cancer begins in the skin, but it can spread to other parts of the body if left untreated. However, it can be treated successfully, especially if detected early in its development. With this in mind, it’s essential to know more about melanoma and how it’s treated. In this blog post, we’ll discuss the features of melanoma, its risk factors, and the different treatments available to manage and cure this cancer.