Dermabrasion Versus Microdermabrasion: How To Know Which One Might Be Right For Your Acne Scarring

Posted on: 20 June 2016
If you have acne scarring, you may be considering undergoing an ablative therapy that removes the affected skin cells. Dermabrasion and microdermabrasion are two such cosmetic procedures that can help diminish the appearance of acne scars. Despite their similar names, these procedures are quite different from one another, and knowing which one to choose can be difficult. Below is more information on dermabrasion and microdermabrasion and how to pick the one that is best for you:
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5 Things You Need To Know About Drug-Induced Pigmentation

Posted on: 11 November 2015
There are many things that can lead to changes in your skin color, including injuries, sun exposure, and hormones. Surprisingly, many common medications can also have an effect on your skin color. Here are five things you need to know about drug-induced pigmentation. Which drugs can have this effect? There are many drugs that can cause drug-induced pigmentation, and the scary thing is that many of these drugs are commonly used.
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How To Make The Most Out Of Your Laser Hair Removal Treatment

Posted on: 8 July 2015
If you are sick and tired of shaving, waxing, or using creams to get rid of the unwanted hair across your body, then it may be time to try a more permanent solution. Laser hair removal is one of these solutions. During the removal process, a pulsating light is shone across the skin. The light is absorbed by dark hairs that contain a great deal of a melanin, and these hairs are then burned or vaporized.
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Prescription Treatments For Head Lice And Scabies: Their Usage And Precautions

Posted on: 20 April 2015
Pediculosis and scabies are two common medical conditions, and both are caused by parasitic organisms. The head louse (Pediculus humanus capitis), a tiny wingless insect, is responsible for pediculosis, better known as head lice; the even smaller itch mite (Sarcoptes scabiei), is the culprit in the case of the skin disease scabies. While significant medical complications from each condition are rare, both conditions cause annoying itching and are a source for embarrassment.
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