Last week we dedicated our first S.A.M. (Sunscreen Application Machine) at Kennedy Park in Coconut Grove, alongside the National Skin Education Foundation, and The Melanoma Foundation.
Think of your skincare products like a fancy bottle of wine. Handling and temperature control, which comes in the form of transportation in trucks and storage in facilities, is critical to a wine’s taste and composition.
We all know that vitamins are crucial for health, including healthy skin. But it’s difficult to obtain all we need from the foods we eat, even if our diet is optimal. Sometimes we need a little extra help, either with supplements or topical skin care products.
Though summer is becoming fall, don’t put down your sunscreen just yet. The sun is the most important cause of both skin cancer and wrinkles, and those of us in South Florida need extra protection due to our close proximity to the equator.
The name is unflattering and their appearance is unsightly. Age spots (solar lentigines, medically) are also known as liver spots and sun spots, but whatever their name, you want them gone. What are age spots? They are painless, flat discolorations of the skin, usually brown, black, or gray, that most often occur…
A new report in the Journal of the American Academy of Dermatology confirms what your board-certified dermatologists at Skin Associates of South Florida have suggested to our patients for years: consumption of alcohol, particularly white wine and liquor, can increase the risk of rosacea in women.
May is Skin Cancer Awareness Month, and your board-certified dermatologists at Skin Associates of South Florida want to take this opportunity to remind you of the damage the sun’s rays can do to your skin.
Your board-certified dermatologists at Skin Associates of South Florida want to emphasize how important it is for those over 60 to receive a shingles vaccine, not only to guard against the possibility…
Your board-certified dermatologists at Skin Associates of South Florida specialize in enhancing your skin’s natural beauty, correcting imperfections and expertly…
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.