Men and women are interested in treating the wrinkles on forehead, crow’s feet, and treating the “11s” that make someone look mad or upset, according to Carmen Rayis of Affiliated Dermatology.
As the winter season changes into spring, your skincare regimen should change as well. Transitioning from the cold, dark and dry climate that comes with the winter months can be a big change for our bodies, especially our skin.
The harsh sun and prolonged exposure to it’s rays can be devastating to your skin, not to mention it can cause serious long-term health concerns.
As we get older, some of our features may not look the way we’d like.
The holiday season often means busier schedules, more parties and sweet treats, which can wreak havoc on your skin. Our providers at Affiliated Dermatology are sharing common problems and solutions to keep you looking and feeling good.