Our Chief Medical Officer, Dr. Christine Lin, shares what inspired her to serve her community by entering into medicine to help impact people’s lives in the latest article of VoyagePhoenix.
Does teen acne mean better grades? In a recent Emory University study in-part called, “Do Pimples Pay?” acne in teens was associated with higher grades in English, math, social studies, science, a higher GPA, and even more money later on in life.
Curious about chemical exfoliation? If you have sensitive, problematic, oily, or aging skin, chemical peels treatments will correct it by removing dead skin cells including acne and sun damage.
The emotional rollercoaster many teens and pre-teens experience can become worse this time of year. Back to school can add stress in a variety of ways: busier schedules, more responsibilities, and social challenges.
Acne scars, stretch marks, fine lines, and wrinkles don’t have to be permanent! Kenzie Marvin, LE, CLT, reveals her secret to rejuvenated, younger-looking skin to Susan Casper on Sonoran Living: microneedling.