How To Become Cancer-Free With Mohs Surgery

Ultraviolet (UV) rays make up a small portion of the sun's rays. They are the main reason for the sun being damaging to your skin. This is the reason why people are always telling you to wear sunscreen. You want to reduce the amount of damage that the sun can do to your skin. Exposure to UV rays put you at risk for skin cancer. Read on to find out how to become cancer free from basal cell carcinoma with Mohs surgery. [Read More]

Situations Where Radiation Therapy Is Advised For Skin Cancer Treatment

If your dermatologist has informed you that a lesion on the skin is cancerous, then you may be very concerned about the types of treatments that are needed to remove the cancerous growth from the body. In many cases, skin cancer can and should be removed with the assistance of a surgical procedure. You may need radiation treatment as well in addition to or instead of the surgical removal. Keep reading to learn about some situations where radiation is required. [Read More]

Tips for Getting Botox Injections for the First Time

Botox has become an increasingly popular cosmetic injection to help reduce frown lines, crows feet, and fine lines and wrinkles. When it is done well, Botox can make a person look more rested and youthful. If you're interested in getting Botox for the first time, use the following tips: Select your Provider Carefully One of the biggest keys to getting good Botox is carefully selecting the person who administers it. Ideally, you should visit a dermatologist or plastic surgeon to get Botox injections. [Read More]

Ways You May Want To Deal With Your PCOS Facial Hair Growth

Polycystic ovarian syndrome (PCOS) is a condition that can have many confusing and seemingly unrelated symptoms. One of those various symptoms of PCOS is the unwanted growth of coarse and dark facial hair. If you have been struggling with the issue of such facial hair, you might wonder what you could possibly do to deal with these issues and improve the situation. Get to know some of the ways you can treat and deal with your PCOS-related facial hair so you can be sure you are doing everything in your power to address the issue. [Read More]