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Three Procedures For Vaginal Rejuvenation And The Benefits

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Have you ever considered getting plastic surgery? As a female, you may have often wondered about the benefits and basics of vaginal rejuvenation. The term ‘vaginal rejuvenation’ actually covers multiple procedures, which can be performed by a licensed dermatologist. In this guide, you will learn about each of the procedures, how they are performed, and the different benefits of each procedure. Vaginoplasty This procedure is also known as posterior colporrhaphy and it is performed on women who want to tighten up their vagina.…

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Here's What You Need To Know If You Have Excessive Facial Sweating

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If sweat beads on your face and streams off in drops, you have a condition called craniofacial hyperhidrosis, which means excessive sweating of the face and head. Facial sweating, particularly to this extreme, can be stressful, embarrassing, and disruptive to your life. Here’s what you need to know if you have excessive sweating on your face and/or head.  Full medical assessment by your primary care provider Craniofacial hyperhidrosis can be caused by a number of different things, including genetics, hormone imbalance, medication, obesity, and by neurologic and dermatologic syndromes.…

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A Look At Having Surgery To Treat Melanoma

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Melanoma is a serious type of skin cancer that can spread to other parts of your body. Early detection is important because melanoma can often be treated successfully by cutting it out of the skin when it is small. Surgery for melanoma may be used alone or in combination with other forms of cancer treatments if the cancer has begun to spread. Here is a look at how melanoma is treated with surgery.…

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Tips To Keep Your Face Blemish-Free

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Your face is what you want people to see when they speak to you, but you don’t want their focus to be on the blemishes on your face. Breakouts happen for any number of reasons, including stress, eating improperly, not washing properly, or even from your phone or other device you use often. If you have a problem with breakouts, it could actually be a medical condition that should be treated by a professional dermatologist.…

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Why Hydrocortisone Cream Isn't A Long-Term Solution For Seborrheic Dermatitis

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If you have itchy skin from bug bites, one of the first things you might reach for is hydrocortisone cream. This over the counter solution to itchiness works very well for most causes of itchy skin, including seborrheic dermatitis. However, if you have seborrheic dermatitis, you should know that hydrocortisone cream isn’t a good long-term solution to your problem. Here’s why, and what you can do instead of using the cream:…

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Skin Cancer: Types, Signs, And Treatment Options

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Every year, thousands of people are diagnosed with skin cancer. Cancer typically starts in the cells between the superficial layer of skin and the other layers of skin. Skin cancer can metastasize and spread to other parts of the body. If it isn’t caught in time, it can be fatal. There are several things that you can do to lower your risk of getting skin cancer, such as wearing sunblock before you are exposed to the sun for long periods of time.…

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Things To Keep In Mind Before Going For Laser Hair Removal

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In order to make sure that you are getting the best results from your laser hair removal treatments, you will want to read through the following information. This way, you won’t have to worry about developing any bad side effects or possibly not getting the results that you wanted after spending a lot of money. Here are some things to keep in mind: Keep Out Of The Sun This is not something that you will always have to do, but it is vital that you are refraining from getting a lot of sun exposure at least a month before your scheduled appointment.…

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Six Things That Can Be Done To Minimize Scarring After Mohs Surgery

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Mohs surgery is a highly effective method of removing cancerous tissues with minimal disruption to the surrounding skin and little scarring. However, some scarring is often present after the patient heals from the procedure.  Patients can minimize the amount of scarring from Mohs surgery by doing the following six things after the procedure is performed; Following the surgeon’s instructions after surgery The surgeon performing the Mohs surgery procedure on you should provide you with detailed instructions for caring for yourself after the surgery.…

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Winter Wonder-Hand: 5 Moisturizing Ingredients For Your Hands This Season

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When wintertime rolls around, it brings with it holiday cheer, time with loved ones, and a biting chill in the air that can chap the skin on your hands faster than you could say “jingle bells”. For dry skin of this magnitude, your regular, year-round lotion just isn’t going to cut it – and dry hands improperly taken care of can crack and bleed, severely putting a damper on your wintertime festivities.…

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