Skin Care Advice
At the Texas Institute of Dermatology, we believe that knowledge is one of the greatest tools to help improve our quality of life. This concept can also relate to skin care. The more we learn and know about our skin, the better we are able to take care of it and prevent sun and age damage. For this reason we have compiled some helpful hints or skin care advice to provide you with more information to aid you in achieving a healthier, happier you. We want to help you love the skin you are in!
Click on any of the following links for more helpful hints and skin care advice:
- Are all sunblocks safe and effective?
- There is a link between diet and acne.
- Nutrition makes a difference in skin rejuvenation.
- Botox and hydrosol are effective in treating axillary hyperhidrosis (sweating).
- ABCDE Rule for Skin Cancer Detection
- What type of Makeup is best for acne prone skin?
- Liquid foundation Versus mineral powder foundation
- Fractional CO2 Laser Skin Resurfacing
- The New Fillers for Wrinkles
- Vitamin A and C
- Antiaging Sunscreens
- PRP for Skin Rejuvination
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