Hydration Tips from the SkinnDoc to Help Your Skin Make a Splash
The human body is mostly water: about 55% to 75%, on average (and depending on how well hydrated you are). That's about 10 to 12 gallons of water in your body! Water makes up about 83% of blood, 73% of muscles, 25% of body fat, and 22% of bone.
Cynosure Skintel® Melanin Reader™
An easy-to-use handheld instrument compatible with select Cynosure technologies treating a spectrum of skin tones. The Cynosure Skintel® Melanin Reader™ precisely determines the melanin density of patient’s skin, aiding providers in choosing appropriate settings to provide...
Why You Need a Computerized Skin Analysis
Whether you have acne, or desire to combat early signs of aging, individualized treatment with the help of a computerized skin analysis can help. At Wallace Skin and Body Institute, highly regarded cosmetic dermatologist Paul Wallace, MD, uses the latest advances in skin care and...
Botox® or Dermal Fillers: Which Option Is Right for You
When it comes to non-surgical approaches to combating the signs of aging, there’s a reason Botox® and fillers reign supreme. These injectables smooth fine lines and wrinkles, enhance shallow facial contours...
The Importance of Using Sunscreen for All Skin Types and Darker Skin Tones
Sunlight is essential to your health. It plays an important role in helping the body regulate your circadian rhythm and is necessary for your skin to produce vitamin D.
Help for Your Rosacea
Rosacea affects an estimated 16 million Americans, and many of them are unaware they have it. This common skin condition is diagnosed in people of all ages and genders, but is especially common in women and fair-skinned people between 30 and 50 years of age.
How PRP Works for Hair Loss
If you’re suffering from hair loss or thinning, there’s a drug-free treatment that can stimulate hair regrowth and restore fuller hair. Platelet-rich plasma (PRP) is a therapy doctors use to accelerate healing and treat problems like orthopedic pain.
Banish Brown Spots and Other Sun Damage With a Chemical Peel
Chemical peels improve the appearance of the skin and are an effective treatment for facial blemishes, hyperpigmentation, and fine lines. If you’re looking to rejuvenate your skin, consider a chemical peel to restore your skin’s beauty.
What You Can Expect During and After Mole Removal
Moles are so common that nearly every adult has a few. You're more likely to have moles if you have lighter skin. Moles are a normal and common occurrence, but if you have a mole that is causing irritation, you may want to have it removed.
You Don’t Have to Live With Adult Acne: Your Dermatologist Is Here to Help
Acne is often thought of as something you deal with during puberty in your teens. For many people, however, acne doesn’t end with adulthood. Adult acne is extremely common, and your dermatologist is your best...