In honor of Breast Cancer Awareness Month, Affiliated Dermatology would like to remind everyone of the importance of early detection and the value of yearly exams.
In the same way we wear different apparel for each season, it’s also important that we use different skincare products. A change in season almost always means a change in environmental conditions—a factor that can truly disrupt the state of your skin if you’re not careful.
School and college can both be extremely socially intense environments, with many people feeling a huge amount of stress and anxiety about themselves when starting the new semester. As many return to school, it can be easy to feel insecure about almost every aspect of your appearance.
Eczema causes inflamed, itchy, cracked, and rough skin. This very common condition can look and feel different on everyone. Sometimes people are embarrassed about the constant itch or red patches. They worry about how others will respond and may limit their social and professional interactions. Having eczema can impact a person’s emotional health. That’s why it’s important to better understand this non-contagious condition.
If you want to improve your life, you don’t have to take drastic measures. In fact, some of the most meaningful changes you could make are also some of the easiest to work into your routine.