Skincare ABC’s – Where to Start

Skincare ABC’s – Where to Start

With all the choices, ads, and influencers out there claiming you must use their products, skincare can be overwhelming. But it doesn’t have to be! Stick to the A B C’s to help build a great regimen. A – Vitamin A (retinol): Retinols are applied in the evening after cleansing your skin and can come in different variations and strengths.…

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Skincare Product Shelf Life

Skincare Product Shelf Life

Are your bathroom shelves and drawers filled with products? Do you ever pick one up and wonder, “Is this still good?”. Keep reading to find out if you should use that cream that has been hiding in your drawer or if it is time to toss it. Sunscreen – The FDA requires that all sunscreens remain at their original strength…

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Skiing Skincare Tips

Skiing Skincare Tips

If you plan a ski trip this winter make sure to protect your skin on the slopes! Skiers are at a higher risk for skin cancer because sunlight is stronger at higher elevations and rays reflect off the snow. Here are some tips to stay sun safe while skiing: Make sunscreen a part of your ski gear bag so you…

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Why does eczema sometimes get worse in winter?

Why does eczema sometimes get worse in winter?

You may find that eczema flare-ups occur more often or get worse in the winter. The combination of dry air and indoor heating can dry out your skin. Eczema flares up because the skin can’t stay moist on its own. Flare-ups can also be caused by wearing too many layers of clothing, taking hot baths, or using too many blankets…

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Can antioxidants help support compromised skin?

Can antioxidants help support compromised skin?

Dry, winter air can compromise the skin barrier and the skin’s ability to protect itself. Using antioxidants can help support skin that is already compromised from damaging free radicals. Free radicals are unstable atoms that can damage cells and cause illness and aging. They come from internal and external factors, such as smoke, pollution, and ultraviolet radiation from sun exposure.…

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Laser Lunch and Learn – September 15th, 2022

Join us for a Lunch and Learn about our variety of laser treatments. Learn about ProFractional Laser, Halo, Morpheus8, BBL, and Microneedling, as well as pairing skincare with your treatments to optimize your results. Whether you are looking to treat fine lines & wrinkles, pigmentation, or to tighten your skin this presentation is for you.⁠ ⁠ Call 205-580-1500, email promotions@renewdermatology.net,…

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Restylane Filler Event – Thursday, August 25th, 2022

Restylane Filler Event – Thursday, August 25th, 2022

SkinBetter and Restylane reps will be in the office Thursday, August 25th from 10:30-2:30 to answer questions about skincare, wrinkle relaxers, and fillers.⁠ ⁠ Book your appointment with our representative for a complimentary consult representing Dysport, Restylane, and Sculptra. All patients will receive $100 off each filler and $50 off Dysport* pre-purchases plus a FREE swag bag. ⁠Limited spots are…

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Juvederm Filler Event – August 23rd, 2022

Juvederm Filler Event – August 23rd, 2022

Our Juvederm rep will be in the office Tuesday, August 23rd from 10:30-2:30 to answer questions about wrinkle relaxers and fillers.⁠ ⁠ Book your appointment with our representative for a complimentary consult representing Botox and Juvederm. All patients will receive $100 off each filler and $50 off Botox* pre-purchases plus a FREE SkinMedica gift. ⁠Limited spots are available!⁠ ⁠ Schedule…

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What do the early stages of skin cancer look like?

There are three major types of skin cancers: basal cell carcinoma, squamous cell carcinoma, and the most deadly type, melanoma.  Each of these types can look completely different.  For example, the thin types of basal cell and squamous cell can mimic a patch of eczema.  Whereas deeper basal cells can look like translucent bumps on the skin.  Deeper squamous cells…

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What are the different types of dermatology?

Board-certified dermatologists are trained to treat all skin conditions, however, there are further specialized fields of dermatology that require additional training beyond the four year dermatology residency.  For example, MOHS surgeons receive further training in the removal, pathology, and reconstruction of skin cancers.  Pediatric dermatologists receive further training in childhood skin conditions.  And dermatopathologists are experts in the pathology of…

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