13 December 2017
Skin cancer, particularly melanomas, can be deadly. However, if it is caught earlier enough, the outlook can be phenomenal. Here is a look at the different treatment options available. Mohs Micrographic Surgery Often used for squamous cell cancer, which occurs in the epidermis, or outer cell layer of the skin, Mohs micrographic surgery is less invasive than typical surgery. The surgeon removes what he or she feels is the bare minimum.
12 December 2017
If you are receiving botox injections on a regular basis you may be wondering how you can make these treatments last longer. There are several steps you can take to increase the longevity of your treatments and these will be outlined below. Get It Right From The Start Not all doctors are created equal when it comes to botox expertise. Precision is essential when using botox because successful botox treatment requires the use of the correct dosage, precise application, and a proper schedule for treatment.
12 December 2017
Vaginal rejuvenation refers to a number of different procedures that help to make your vagina feel younger and more lively. This can range from simple non-surgical, do-it-yourself practices such as doing kegels to strengthen your vagainal muscles to surgical practices such as vaginoplastsy or vaginal reconstruction. Some types of vaginal rejuvenation can be helpful in a range of situations. Here are some signs you may want to consider contacting a medical professional about your vagina.
9 December 2017
Winter weather can be hard on your skin, and if you have skin sensitivities, you may not be looking forward to the coming cold. Fortunately, there are some things you can do to keep your skin healthy and looking great throughout the winter months. Use this guide to supplement your skincare routine and beat the winter weather. Take Cooler Showers While taking a piping hot shower may seem like the thing to beat cold weather, this can actually have an adverse impact on your skin's health.
7 December 2017
Sunny days are enjoyable for most people, especially when the fall and winter seasons arrive. Soaking up a little sunshine can help to stave off seasonal affective disorder, and it can help your body to make the Vitamin D it needs. However, if you're recovering from skin cancer, it's important to avoid as much UV radiation as possible. Thankfully, you don't have to avoid these days entirely, nor do you have to slather on the sunscreen.