Lowering Skin Cancer Risk is Simple
With close to 20 percent of Americans developing skin cancer during their lifetimes, preven-
tion, early detection and prompt treatment are critical.
When it comes to prevention, you can significantly lower your risk of developing skin cancer by protecting yourself against ultraviolet (UV) radiation, a proven human carcinogen, according to the Skin Cancer Foundation. The sun, as well as indoor tanning devices, are both considered sources of UV radiation.
Guidelines for Optimal Patient Outcomes Using Calcium Hydroxlapatite for Jawline Contour
Amir Moradi, MD; Jeremy B. Green, MD; Gideon P. Kwok, DO;
Kim Nichols, MD; and Alexander Rivkin, MD
I’m a Woman and My Hair Is Thinning. Is Rogaine for Me?
I’m a 34-year-old female who is wondering about Rogaine. I’ve been noticing thinning in my hair and had the idea to try it out for a while. But no one ever talks about it, so I’m wondering if it even works.
5 Lasers To Try This Winter For Your Brightest, Clearest Skin By Summer
There’s a reason why winter is commonly referred to as “laser season,” and that might have a little something to do with “hot girl summer.” If you spent May through August soaking up rays, living your best sun-kissed life (slathered in SPF, we hope!), then you’re probably due for a skin reboot. Excess sun exposure can trigger dark spots, newly-developed fine lines (we see you, crow’s feet), and dry, uneven texture, so if you’re experiencing any of these skin concerns, there’s a laser treatment out there that can help.
Your Phone Screen Could Be Giving You Under-Eye Wrinkles
In a fast-paced modern society, we rely on mobile phones for almost every basic need and want. A smartphone is like a 21st-century genie’s lamp: we can use it to communicate with people, check the news, find directions anywhere, make banking transfers, and kill boredom.
Why Is DMDM Hydantoin in My Shampoo—and Is it Safe?
Complicated name, equally complicated heat in the comments section.
If you’ve been paying attention to the recent controversies on #HairTok, a quick scroll will show videos warning about the dangers of using DMDM hydantoin in your shampoo. Some users claim that the ingredient can lead to hair loss or even cancer, citing class action lawsuits against certain brands that used DMDM hydantoin as evidence.
A Natural Approach to Full-Face Rejuvenation
As people age, their skin naturally
loses volume and elasticity,
and collagen production
slows. This, combined with
years of sun exposure, stress,
and other environmental damage,
leads to skin laxity, wrinkles around
the eyes, drooping of the cheek,
prominent nasolabial folds, and jawline sagging and loss of contour.
Beauty Breakdown: Everything You Need To Know About Hormonal Acne
Do you know anyone who takes spironolactone? If you’re a woman in your mid-20s, chances are you probably do. This medication is used off-label to treat hormonal acne in women, a skin condition 50.9% of women in their 20s and 25% of women in their 40s struggle with—plus, research shows this kind of “adult acne” can persist even after the age of 501. Men can experience hormonal acne as well, but it’s much more common in women, especially in adulthood.
The 17 Best Eye Creams for Mature Skin, According to Experts
When looking for the best eye cream for mature skin, there’s a lot to consider. After all, our eye area gets a lot of attention (and does a lot of work) over the years. Think smiling, squinting, furrowing—even things as small and instinctual as rubbing your eyes—can exacerbate the effects of aging.