Archive for the "skin care" Category

What should I do if my child gets a sunburn?

Dec 15

It’s happened to the best of us—we spent a lot of time outdoors and forgot to consistently reapply sunscreen throughout the day. Whether your family spent the day ...

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Why Does My Skin Break Out in the Summer?

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Jun 11

Summer’s heat and humidity increase the amount of sweat and oil on your skin. Dead skin cells and excess oil become trapped inside your pores, where they can ...

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The Importance of Annual Skin Cancer Screening

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Mar 14

Seeing your dermatologist for an annual skin cancer screening is a powerful tool you can use to ensure your skin is healthy and help detect any skin abnormalities ...

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How Dr. Kerdel Can Help You With Your Skincare Needs

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Feb 21

Who is Dr. Kerdel? Dr. Francisco A. Kerdel is a skilled and experienced dermatologist who has been part of the South Florida community for over 30 years. Dr. ...

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Is This Eczema?

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Jan 22

What is eczema? Eczema refers to a group of medical conditions that cause your skin to become inflamed and irritated. There are several different types of eczema, and ...

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What Are Side Effects of Excel V Laser?

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Dec 18

Conditions such as rosacea, age spots, and acne scars can leave your skin looking less than its best. They can also affect your self-confidence and make you dissatisfied ...

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How Many Times a Day Should I Wash My Face?

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Oct 26

Washing your face is something you do every day, but how many times a day should you be doing it to best take care of your skin? What ...

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