When the board-certified dermatologists at Skin Associates of South Florida recommend topical serums, creams and lotions for your skin, chances are it will contain hyaluronic acid.
Your board-certified dermatologists at Skin Associates of South Florida are more than happy to help you learn how to have healthier, more luminous skin.
Sleep. Most of us say we don’t—or really, can’t—get enough. Either the demands on our time mean we scrimp on our sleep to fulfill work, parental or social responsibilities, or we try to sleep and lie there staring at the ceiling hour after hour.
Fall isn’t as obvious in South Florida as it is up north, but nevertheless, we do have seasonal changes that require modification of your skincare routine.
Sun Damage Laser Treatment In our last post, we outlined the skin issues caused by sun exposure. Once this discoloration appears, it can be alarming and something you want to fix. Are there ways to improve the appearance of these skin concerns? Yes!
We’ve grown up in a culture where a tan was considered healthy-looking and beautiful, without explaining the ugly side of sun exposure. No, not just skin cancer, but the cosmetic damage sun can do to your skin.
Chemical peels are used to treat a variety of issues such as acne, age spots, discoloration, dull complexion, fine lines, and rough-feeling skin.
Most people don’t start facials early enough. You should start getting facials when you hit puberty. During puberty, hormones can wreck havoc on your face, hence the lovely acne many of us get. Facials can help keep skin under control and by starting early, you can help prevent persistent acne and thus potential scarring.
What you may not know about our practice, is how dedicated we are to ongoing research. Under the name Skin Research Institute, we have a state-of-the-art research facility dedicated to clinical trials.
As the seasons change, we’re quick to swap out our wardrobes because the weather reminds us to. Walking out in shorts in winter time just isn’t all that comfortable, and neither is wearing a wool coat during summer.