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The Link Between Collagen and Healthy Skin

Friday, October 11, 2019

Those seeking youthful skin will find a variety of products that promise to offer improvements. However, collagen supplements are easily one of the most promising options for improving your skin’s overall skin health and restoring its youthful glow. ..


Skincare Tips for Your Feet

Wednesday, October 09, 2019

We spend hours tending to the skin that everyone sees but we forget about our feet. especially in the colder months when they are frequently out of view. You can give your feet a treat by exfoliating them within of your own home. DIY skincare is convenient and inexpensive. Also, exfoliation leaves your feet feeling clean, smooth and healthy. ..


Dermatologist Tips for Healthy Nails

Sunday, September 22, 2019

There is actually a great deal of overlap between hair care, nail care and skin care. The best things you can do for your hair and nails are to keep them clean and nourish them by eating protein-rich foods. Having the condition of your nails professionally evaluated by one of our dermatology consultants is also highly recommended. In some cases, dermatologist advice regarding the health of your nails may indicate the presence of an underlying disease requiring medical attention.  ..


Skincare Tips for Feet

Sunday, September 22, 2019

Even those with the most painstaking skincare routines sometimes forget about their feet. Although the skin on your feet is tough, it still needs to be maintained. In fact, an improved skincare routine can help soothe aching feet. Below are a few tips to incorporate into your regimen. ..


How Often Should I Exfoliate?

Friday, September 13, 2019

Exfoliating boasts numerous benefits regardless of what your skin type is. If you are susceptible to blemishes, exfoliating your skin can be the key to you obtaining clear, healthy, flawless skin. If you notice your pores are always clogged, exfoliating your skin should be at the core of your daily skincare routine. Exfoliating helps removes previous breakout scars and reduce the appearance of dark blemishes. ..


Taking Care of the Skin Under Your Beard

Monday, September 09, 2019

The skin under your beard might go neglected for long periods of time. This results in dry, flaky skin and super itchy face. The worst of all is that facial hair tends to catch dirt and oils near the follicles, which causes the pores to clog, promoting acne. Fortunately, Dermatology Consultants of Frisco provides expert advice on how to take care of the skin under your facial hair to ensure it remains smooth and clean. ..


How to Handle Blackheads

Wednesday, August 28, 2019

Blackheads are those small, black dots on your skin. You hate the way they look and wonder why they are there. If you have them, there are over-the-counter treatments available that can help to remove them, but it's also a good idea to turn to a dermatologist to ensure your skin is as healthy as it can be. ..


Molluscum Contagiosum: Breakdown & Treatment

Thursday, August 15, 2019

Molluscum contagiosum is a viral skin infection that produces harmless lesions on the skin's upper layers. Usually, the bumps are not painful and disappear on their own, without the appearance of scars. If you notice you have contracted the virus, there's no reason to panic since you can quickly deal with the disease. ..


Treating Folliculitis in the Summer

Wednesday, July 31, 2019

Folliculitis is a relatively common inflammation of the hair follicles – the tiny holes from which hair grows. Rashes caused by this infection appear as small red or white bumps, which may be mildly painful or itchy.  ..


Beat Prickly Heat in the Summer

Tuesday, July 30, 2019

Prickly heat, also known as heat rash or miliaria rubra, is a condition that affects both kids and adults. It is most common during the summer. Heat rash occurs when sweat is trapped under the skin’s surface and causes an infection. There’s a higher occurrence of prickly heat among children than adults. This is largely due to the fact that children’s sweat glands are still developing. Thus, they’re more susceptible to infections. ..


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