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NDDA’s Dermatologists’ Top Tips

The skin is the largest and most visible organ of the human body. It protects your other organs, warms you up and cools you down, and reflects how healthy you are inside. Keep your skin, hair, and nails healthy and looking their best by following these practical tips from our dermatologists. Skin care Because skin care… Read More »

Aspirin Can Lower Skin Health Risks

Aspirin has long been known to provide a number of health benefits — from pain relief to heart attack prevention. Now, in a new study from Stanford University of nearly 60,000 women ages 50-79, researchers found that there was a lower risk of melanoma than those who did not take aspirin. Researchers are careful to… Read More »

You can spare 60 seconds for this ….

Despite constant warnings, millions of people — especially young women — are still heading to the tanning salon. I’d love for you to take 60 seconds out and watch this compelling message from the American Dermatology Association. A minute spent here could mean a much better life ahead. In thought, Dr. Hurley

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Colorescience: The Treatment Makeup

It’s makeup that does more than conceal.  “Think of it as your treatment makeup,” says Dr. Mary Hurley, NDDA President. “It’s such an easy product to have with you. If you get stuck out in the Texas sun you can throw it in your bag and it won’t melt. I even use it on my five… Read More »

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All About Micro-Needling

Micro-needling is an exciting innovation in skin rejuvenation. It is great for people on the go as the treatment takes about 30 minutes and has virtually no downtime or discomfort. It is something that patients with all skin types and color can enjoy the benefits of. Studies show that micro-needling can be as effective as laser resurfacing,… Read More »

Another Reason Fair-skinned, Red Heads Face A Higher Risk of Melanoma

A certain pigment found in people with red hair and fair skin may be another reason they face a higher risk of melanoma, according to new research by Boston researchers. Dermatology researchers from the Massachusetts General Hospital and other area centers identified the pigment called pheomelanin as a possible culprit behind the increased risk for… Read More »

8 Ways Smoking Kills Your Looks

We all know that smoking kills, but it doesn’t just affect your body internally. Smoking does a world of damage on your appearance that can add years to your looks.  Here are eight ways that smoking affects your looks in a drastic way. Sagging Skin – The appearance of loose skin around your eyes is typical for smoker. Due… Read More »

Makeup Swapping: Deal Or No Deal?

Recently, I was asked to do an interview with Fox 4 news on the business of internet make-up swapping. I was astounded after hearing this and quickly started to do some research. After finding out some of the less well-known dangers (along with the obvious), I would say I couldn’t imagine any make-up product worth… Read More »


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