VIRTUAL OPEN HOUSE! JUNE 6TH & 7TH, 2024

Virtual Open House June 7th & 7th, 2024

Please read these instructions carefully prior to placing your order during our Virtual Open House Event on June 6th and 7th, 2024.

To participate in the Open House, we will be offering four separate categories to deposit:

Category 1 - $300

• CAM Facials
• HydraFacial
• Dermaplaning

Category 2 - $500

• Neurotoxins (ex. Botox)
• Laser Hair Removal
• DermaV (for facial redness)
• M22 IPL (for brown spots)
• Evoke/Evolve (radiofrequency)
• Kybella
• Dermapen
• Lip Filler ONLY

Category 3 - $1,500

• Facial filler
• Sculptra
• PRP Injections (for hair loss)
• Tixel (with topical PRP)

Category 4 - $2,000

• CoolSculpting
• FX Laser
• Morpheus
• Accure Acne Laser

Please note, some of these procedures may require consultation prior to treatment. If you are not a candidate, your deposit can be used toward any service in the office.

If you aren’t sure which option you may want, please call our office prior to the event to set up a consultation with one of our specialists.

 

By purchasing each of these deposits, you are guaranteed 15% off on the procedures within your category at your next cosmetic next visit. You should plan to purchase 1 deposit per treatment that you would like. If you would like 1 package, only 1 deposit will be required for the 15% off of all treatments within that package. The cost of the deposit will be deducted from your total due after the discount at the time of treatment.

These deposits can be used to purchase single treatments or a package of treatments. If you purchase a package of multiple treatments, the rest of the total due will be collected at the time of your first treatment. You will not owe at each visit for packaged procedures.

 

Deposits are transferable but non-refundable.

If you want treatments from different categories, please plan to put a deposit down for each procedure for which you’d like to receive discounted services. For example, if you’d like to receive a discount on an aesthetician service and filler, you’d need to purchase Category 1 AND Category 3.

If you plan to email your order, you must have a card on file. If you do not have a card on file or if you’d like to use a different card than what we have saved, you will be required to call to place you order.

 

Please do not call AND email during this event to avoid duplicate charges (as we have separate staff working emails and phones). If you aren’t able to speak to someone directly, please leave us a voicemail as we may return your call outside of normal business hours during this event.

If you’d like to order products, please call or email with your order ready. You will be charged the total 15% off price at the time of order and we ask that you plan to pick up products within 2 weeks after the event. This has remained unchanged since our first virtual Open House event.

ANY ORDERS RECEIVED AFTER 4:30PM ON JUNE 7TH WILL NOT BE HONORED. PLEASE PLAN ACCORDINGLY.

BY PARTICIPATING IN THIS EVENT, YOU ARE AGREEING TO OUR COSMETIC DEPOSIT POLICY: ALL DEPOSITS TAKEN ARE TRANSFERABLE BUT ARE NOT REFUNDABLE.

 

If you have any questions, please call us prior to the Open House event. We will be more than happy to assist you in planning your order.

This event will still be call or email only.


Amazing Microblading Results

If you've been following us for the past 9 months, you may remember when we introduced microblading to our practice - the manual skill of semi-permanent eyebrow drawing. Since we introduced the procedure, our clients have been experienced amazing results.

If you're interested in a microblading procedure or just want to learn more, feel free to contact us!

 

 

 


Gift Certificates are Available!

Spread the holiday cheer this season with gift cards to Frederic Dermatology! Contact us today to learn more!


Introductory Microblading Promotion

New Microblading clients will eligible to a 15% discount off introductory Microblading pricing until February 14, 2018 – including a touch up 1 month later! Contact us today to learn more!


NEW! Microblading from Frederick Dermatology Associates

Frederick Dermatology Associates is pleased to announce that beginning January 2018, we will be offering PhiBrows Microblading services! Come celebrate our new procedures with us in the new year — and receive 15% off Microblading services! Just mention this post when you visit or contact us.

Experience Microblading in Frederick, MD at Frederick Dermatology Associates! Learn more about Microblading here. 


Sizzling Summer Skin Tips

Dr. Kathleen Moe and Dr. Kevin Hogan were featured on pages 56-58 of SASS Magazine's Summer issue for 2017! You can view their article on "Sizzling Summer Skin" below, or flip through the magazine yourself.


Open House & ‘Aura’ Grand Opening!

Open House & ‘Aura’ Grand Opening!


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A fun evening of beauty. Gift baskets, door prizes and live demonstrations. Come celebrate the grand opening of Aura, Frederick Dermatology Associates’ boutique shop specializing in a whole new level of skin care. Aura is a new space from Frederick Dermatology, curated by our expert board-certified dermatologists, designed to provide our clients, in Maryland and beyond, with a hand-crafted selection from purveyors of artisan skin care products and cosmetics. Visit us Thursday, October 20 at 5 PM – 7 PM!


The new CoolAdvantage Applicator is here!

Now, you can treat the abdomen, flanks and inner-thighs all with the single CoolAdvantage applicator.

CoolAdvantage offers three interchangeable contours. Simply plug the appropriate CoolAdvantage contour into the CoolAdvantage Applicator to treat different areas:

  • CoolCore Advantage™ for the abdomen
  • CoolCurve+ Advantage™ for the flanks
  • CoolFit Advantage™ for the inner thighs

With the CoolAdvantage Applicator, you'll also benefit from:

  • Shorter Treatment Time: treatment cycles are 35 minutes, cutting treatment time by almost half
  • Greater Comfort: Patients report more comfort with the enhanced cup design.
  • More tissue treated: the new design provides a larger cooling area.

Contact Frederick Dermatology today for more details!


Do you need lip balm?

Do you need lip balm? Can you get addicted to lip balm?

The answers are yes and yes!!

So, what should you use to prevent and treat chapped lips?

You need to keep your lips moist by applying a really good moisturizer if you don’t want dry looking lips that are prone to chapping. This chapping occurs because, structurally, your lips don’t have the same tough dead skin cell layer that other parts of your skin have, nor do they have oil glands to keep them hydrated. Dry climates and wind will quickly sap moisture right out of your lips resulting in unpleasant chapped lips. By applying a lip moisturizer, you can help protect your lips from chapping.

But, you can become “addicted” to lip balm if you use the wrong product.  The wrong lip balm is one that contains an allergen. Exposure to the allergen causes a lip rash that mimics chapping. The rash is really an allergic lip “rash,” but it looks and feels exactly the same as chapped lips. It forces you to keep reaching for your trusted lip product to find relief, which is a “beautiful world” for the lip balm maker who sells you endless tubes of product to treat your “chapped” lips.

That’s why we recommend only hypoallergenic lip moisturizers such as shea butter or even Vaseline, though the latter is not our favorite.

We especially recommend you avoid products with notorious lip allergens including:

  • Citrus
  • Mint
  • Tea tree
  • Eucalyptus
  • Camphor
  • Lanolin
  • Artificial flavors and fragrances
  • Some of the chemical sunscreens ingredients and vitamin E can be allergens to sensitive skin

To prevent annoying and painful chapped lips is why we are so particular about lip balms.


Types of skin cancer

Skin cancer is an abnormal growth of skin cells. It most often develops on areas of the skin exposed to the sun’s rays. Skin cancer affects people of all colors and races, although those with light skin who sunburn easily have a higher risk.

What does skin cancer look like?

  • Actinic Keratoses (AK)
    These dry, scaly patches or spots are precancerous growths.

    • People who get AKs usually have fair skin.
    • Most people see their first AKs after 40 years of age because AKs tend to develop after years of sun exposure.
    • AKs usually form on the skin that gets lots of sun exposure, such as the head, neck, hands, and forearms.
    • Because an AK can progress to a type of skin cancer called squamous cell carcinoma (SCC), treatment is important.

 

  • Basal cell carcinoma (BCC)
    This is the most common type of skin cancer.

    • BCCs frequently develop in people who have fair skin, yet they can occur in people with darker skin.
    • BCCs look like a flesh-colored, pearl-like bump or a pinkish patch of skin.
    • BCCs develop after years of frequent sun exposure or indoor tanning.
    • BCC are common on the head, neck, and arms, yet can form anywhere on the body, including the chest, abdomen, and legs.
    • Early diagnosis and treatment for BCC is important. BCC can invade the surrounding tissue and grow into the nerves and bones, causing damage and disfigurement.

 

  • Squamous cell carcinoma (SCC)
    SCC is the second most common type of skin cancer.

    • People who have light skin are most likely to develop SCC, yet they can develop in darker-skinned people.
    • SCC often looks like a red firm bump, scaly patch, or a sore that heals and then re-opens.
    • SCC tend to form on skin that gets frequent sun exposure, such as the rim of the ear, face, neck, arms, chest, and back. SCC can grow deep in the skin and cause damage and disfigurement. Early diagnosis and treatment can prevent this and stop SCC from spreading to other areas of the body.

 

  • Melanoma
    Melanoma is the deadliest form of skin cancer.

    • Melanoma frequently develops in a mole or suddenly appears as a new dark spot on the skin.
    • Early diagnosis and treatment are crucial.
    • Knowing the ABCDE warning signs of melanoma can help you find an early melanoma.