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A Patient’s Perspective on Coolsculpting at Audubon Dermatology

Posted on August 30, 2017 at 9:41 am

Have you seen the commercials on TV or the ads on your Facebook featuring a pretty lady in a blue dress? Coolsculpting is everywhere you look these days, and if you aren’t interested, you’re at least curious. Coolsculpting uses controlled freezing technology to freeze unwanted fat cells, which are later rid from your body through… Read More →

Sunscreen

Posted on August 7, 2015 at 3:24 pm

Sunscreen has come a long way from the earliest sunscreens which used SPF to measure our protection against sunburns caused by ultraviolet B (UVB) rays. We now know we need protection from UVA and Infrared radiation as well. Todays sunscreens are true anti-aging, anti-cancer powerhouses…but how do you know which products are the best? First,… Read More →

Tips for Spring Break Skin

Posted on April 2, 2015 at 10:55 am

    Enjoy your Spring Break, but come back rested and younger! Apply SPF 30 water resistant sunscreen to your entire body 30 min before going out. It takes one ounce to cover your body. Avoid the sun from 10AM – 2 PM when the suns’ rays are the most harmful. Relax under an umbrella. Feel fab… Read More →

Engagement Ring Selfie

Posted on March 19, 2015 at 12:59 pm

Engagement ring selfies are here to stay!Ensure your hands look as beautiful as the ring you’re showing off. As we age, the skin on the hands get thinner, dryer, and loses its overall “youthful plumpness”. Laser Genesis is a quick and easy treatment that stimulates collagen and instantly gives your hands a youthful appearance. It… Read More →

9 Most Forgotten Places For Sunscreen

Posted on March 12, 2015 at 4:43 pm

Missing sunscreen adds up over the years to brown spots, discoloration, and skin cancer. Here are 9 of the most neglected places for sunscreen. Remember these spots to stay young looking and cancer-free in these locations. 1) Ears- Ladies who wear their hair up make sure to apply SPF on top of ears. Men, you… Read More →

Ski Slope Skin

Posted on February 12, 2015 at 12:46 pm

We love to hit the slopes when winter hits, or just hang out in the lodge with a warm beverage. However, you can get just as much sun damage skiing as you can at the beach. Here are some great tips to keep in mind when packing your bags! While skiing, you are closer to… Read More →

Have You Tried Coolsculpting?

Posted on February 9, 2015 at 9:03 am

Resolutions and fitness goals are set high at the beginning of January. Changing old bad habits is challenging, but there is a helping hand called Coolsculpting! This procedure results in eliminating unwanted fat. Coolsculpting targets fatty tissue on the abdomen, back, love handles, and inner and outer thighs. More than 1 million treatments worldwide have… Read More →

New Year New Lasers!

Posted on January 9, 2015 at 4:51 pm

At Audubon Dermatology, we specialize in comprehensive dermatologic care for all ages, skin types, and skin conditions. We always utilize a wide array of the most innovative products and procedures to give you the best care possible. Here are our newest laser additions at Audubon Dermatology! Excel HR– A modern hair removal laser that is… Read More →

Great Ideas This Christmas for the Woman in Your Life

Posted on December 4, 2014 at 10:06 am

If you’re feeling stumped this holiday season possibly fulfilling her “wish list” might be a good idea. Take initiative if the woman in your life has voiced concerns about her skin in the past. You could give the gift of confidence and beauty with a gift certificate to Audubon Dermatology.  A free pass given to… Read More →

Steps to Help Itchy,Dry Winter Skin

Posted on November 26, 2014 at 1:13 pm

Itchy, scaly, dull, rough, tight… these are all words associated with dry skin. Low humidity along with long hot baths or showers combine to create havoc on the skin. Here are some skin tips that will keep your skin soft, supple, and itch free this winter. 1) Don’t take hot showers; instead try warm showers. Scorching water has a… Read More →

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