Eczema During Cooler Temperatures

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Eczema Treatment Atlanta GA

Eczema is a challenging skin condition to deal with. Eczema can affect people of all ages throughout the entire year. While some people deal with outbreaks during the hot summer months, many others face a long winter season dealing with irritated skin during the cool months from November through March. Wind, dry air, and cold…

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Choose Good Snacks For Good Skin

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We have to feed ourselves and our families every day, so it is important to make wise choices when it comes to the foods we eat. Whether you are staying home more due to COVID-19, you are homeschooling your children this year, or you are making lunches to send to school and carry with you…

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Protect Your Lips This Fall and Winter

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woman with clean skin

While we have already had a taste of cooler weather here in Georgia, we all know that it can be in the 40s one day and back up in the 80s within 48 hours. Georgia weather may be crazy and unpredictable, but we do know that temperatures will eventually cool off and stay chilly for…

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Tanning Beds and Your Skin’s Health

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As fall sets in and summer glows fade, many people are looking to keep that “sun-kissed” complexion longer. Many people feel that they look better when their skin is tanned, and they think about getting a monthly membership to a tanning bed salon to keep their skin from being pale throughout the colder months. However,…

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Bleaching Creams 101

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General dermatology

It is common nature to try to find a solution to a problem. Whether you are a DIY-er or you don’t mind paying a little extra for the “good stuff,” finding the right solution to a problem often takes some trial and error. Many women who suffer from unwanted pigmentation on their faces, bleaching creams…

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Excessive Sweating

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Underarm Sweat Atlanta GA

Sweating is a necessary component of a properly functioning body. Sweat helps rid the body of toxins and lower your body temperature as your body starts to heat up. There are more than 2.5 million eccrine glands on the human body to help the body regulate its temperature. When your body starts to heat up,…

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What To Do About Large Pores

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Skin Inspection Atlanta GA

Pores in the skin are essential for allowing the skin to breathe. The skin is the largest organ of the human body, yet many people forget that it is a breathing organ that needs proper care. While pores allow the skin to breathe, they also produce oil to keep the skin from drying out. Those…

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Persistant Scalp Itching

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Atlanta GA Dermatologist for Medical Conditions

Few things are more bothersome than an itch that will not go away. Persistent itching of the scalp can be very embarrassing because it is generally seen as taboo. Many people associate an itchy head with lice or dandruff, and it can cause you to feel self-conscious and those around you to feel uncomfortable. Understanding…

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What You Need to Know About Mascne

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Mascne Atlanta GA

2020 has brought in new ideas, new troubles, and new terms. One new term that is affecting millions of Americans is “mascne.” Mascne, or mask-induced acne, is caused by wearing face masks and face covering. Mascne is a type of acne called acne mechanica that is typical in those wearing helmets, headbands, chin straps, and…

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Skin Changes to Expect When You’re Expecting

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Pregnant Skin Care Atlanta GA

Once you learn that you are pregnant, there are many things that you expect to occur. You expect your belly to grow and round out. You expect your weight to increase. You expect to wear maternity clothes. But other changes that you may not expect to occur may cause some anxiety. While sleepless nights, ligament…

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