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.
Coming out of the COVID-19 pandemic, you may be ready for a change of pace or a revitalization of your social life, along with a complete restructure of the routine you took up during the long periods of quarantine at home. It’s time to build confidence, be your best self, and start living your best life—outside the house.
Generally, oral hygiene doesn’t just stop at the gums and teeth. Just as research shows a relationship between oral health and systemic health, it has also revealed a link between oral health and skin.
It’s the most important product you can put on your skin and too many people aren’t applying it correctly. Sunscreen can help prevent skin cancer, sunburns and premature skin aging but only if used properly. The experts at Affiliated Dermatology want you to avoid the most common sunscreen mistakes:
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.