A Personal Note From Dr. Nichols

new year means setting new goals and making new resolutions. And if you’re like us, you have resolutions in almost all facets of your life: your career, your family, and your health! So, I’m sharing my & my staff’s wellness resolutions with you here, so you join us in making 2019 your best year yet! 

“I plan to add exercise into my daily routine. Regular exercise is good for your bones, muscles, and skin!” – Dr. Nichols, Board-Certified Dermatologist

“We always wear sunscreen! Even on rainy, sunny, or snowy days! The best prevention to aging is unconditional sunscreen application.” –Katie French & Juliana Barresi, Board-Certified Physician Assistant & Nurse Practitioner

“Healthy skin starts from the inside out. I plan to take vitamins regularly, like NicholsMD’s Probioticsand Nutrafol, which helps to build strong nails, thicken hair, and keep skin healthy and clear.” – Emily Anne Scalise, Director of Operations and Business Development

“I want to be consistent with my skincare regimen and have regular chemical peels, which helps to exfoliate my skin and keep it radiant.” –Shontae Thomas, Medical Assistant

For more skincare resolutions and inspirations, check out my full article published at Well&Good.com!

I look forward to hearing about your skincare resolutions because you deserve to look and feel your best today and every day.


Dr. Nichols

January Specials

The #J-Glow Experience with Microcurrent Facial ($300*)

The #J-Glow ExperienceFacial was created by our very own Medical Aesthetician, Jessica Bergquist.“It combines all of my favorite and most results-driven aesthetic treatments into one powerhouse facial,” says Jessica. The#J-Glow Experience Facial uses microcurrent technology to lift and tone your facial muscles. This 75-minute facial also includes gentle exfoliation and an oxygen-infused massage. The result? A brighter, firmer YOU!Schedule an appointment with celebrity aesthetician, Jessica Bergquist, and save $50 off this month’s treatment of The #J-Glow Experience Facial (normally $350).    

Wrinkles between eyebrows are softened after one #J-Glow Experience Facial at NicholsMD
 After one #J-Glow Experience Facial at NicholsMD. The eye appears more open and the nasal labial fold is softened!

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A.G.E Eye Complex

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15% OFF – online!

SkinCeuticals’ A.G.E Eye Complex was scientifically proven to help firm and tone your eyes while also helping to diminish the appearance of dark circles and under-eye bags.

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Dr. Nichols’ Skin Tip: Store this anti-wrinkle A.G.E Eye Complex in your refrigerator 10-minutes before applying. Then, apply the eye cream to your undereye. This unique formulation of ingredients when cooled will help to depuff your eyes!

NicholsMD is proud to donate 5% of this month’s A.G.E Eye Complex to the Linda W. Daniel Foundation, whose mission is to “Challenge The Athlete in You to Fight Cancer Today.”

*Specials Expire 1/31/2018

 Before & After Showcase

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Dr. Nichols’ Non-Surgical Nose Correction  
EmSculpt on Glutes

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*Individual results may vary.

How To Prevent Common Skin Infections At The Gym

While working out has many benefits, including weight control, disease prevention, and even mood improvement, germs can thrive at the gym. This could put gym goers, like you, at risk for a variety of common skin infections. Although skin infections are not a reason to cancel your gym membership, the American Academy of Dermatology shares a few simple steps on how to avoid germs while you’re at the gym.

Wear loose-fitting, moisture-wicking clothes. This will help keep your skin dry and prevent germs from growing. Remember to wash your gym clothes after wearing them.

Always wear shoes, especially around pools, and in locker rooms and showers. Keep a pair of shower shoes, flip-flops, or sandals in your gym bag. Never walk barefoot at a public gym.

Keep any cuts clean and covered. Avoid using saunas, steam rooms, and hot tubs until your wound is healed.

Disinfect equipment before and after using it. Clean equipment with disinfectant wipes or spray. For additional protection, consider adding a barrier, such as a towel, between your skin and shared surfaces, like workout benches and bicycle seats. When it’s possible to provide your own equipment, such as a yoga mat, bring it from home rather than using the gym’s.

Wash or sanitize your hands immediately after working out.Shower as soon as possible. After showering, put on clean clothes, including clean socks and underwear. Never share personal care items, including towels and razors.Keep an eye on your skin, and if you notice signs of an infection, such as increased pain or swelling, or redness, make an appointment to see a board-certified dermatologist like Dr. Kim Nichols.

Did you know?NicholsMD has appointments available for you Monday through Saturday!