Jane’s favorite things We all have a product (or 10) that are our favorites each season, and Jane Iredale  is no exception! Here are a few of her favorites for

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Five Amazing Foods for Your Skin When it comes to eating right for your skin, the list of great foods for your skin options is a mile long. One of

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How to Know Which Broad Spectrum Sunscreen Is Right for You   The single biggest thing you can do to keep your skin looking young is to keep the sun

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With the change of seasons, you may be experiencing worsening dryness, flakiness and redness on your face and/or scalp. This may not just be dry skin, but seborrheic dermatitis, a

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Warts are among the most common, persistent, and frustrating conditions that we see on a daily basis in our dermatology office.  Described throughout recorded human history, they affect both children

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Do you suffer from facial redness that won’t go away and is sometimes accompanied by breakouts? It could be Rosacea, a common skin disease that can affect the face, ears, chest

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Actinic keratosis (AK) is a rough, dry, scaly patch or growth that forms on the skin. An AK forms when the skin is badly damaged by ultraviolet (UV) rays from the

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People often wonder and ask us:  “What’s the difference between an over-the-counter (OTC) skin care product and a professional or cosmeceutical skin care product?” As we’ve come to learn over

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The Magnificent Cucumber Cucumbers do so much more than just decrease puffy eyes…..they have so many vitamins and antioxidants you need every day.  Just one cucumber contains:  Vitamin A, Vitamin C,

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Here are a few tips that benefit almost everyone: retinols, sunscreen, and resurfacing. Retinol Retinol (and prescription strength retinoids) offers a twist on vitamin A.  Most of our patients use

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