Three Dermatological Spider And Varicose Vein Treatments

Veins contain valves that aid with proper blood flow. Heredity, obesity, trauma, or hormonal fluctuations can damage valves. As a result of a valve not working properly,  blood will pool within vessels and varicose and spider veins may form. With either condition, the outline of veins can be seen through the skin and you may notice discolorations in your skin tone that may be blue, purple, or red. A Dermatologist's Assessment [Read More]

About Dermatologists And How They Can Help You Out

A dermatologist is a doctor whose specialty is dealing with skin conditions, as well as conditions that affect a person's hair and/or nails. You can read more information on just a few of the different types of these conditions here:  Severe acne - People who get the occasional pimple may not understand just how hard it can be for those who struggle with a serious acne condition. However, serious acne can be a devastating condition to live with. [Read More]

Preventing Melasma: What You Need To Know

Melasma is a skin condition where the skin darkens in patches on the face or neck, sometimes mimicking a mask. It is also called "the pregnancy mask," as it can affect women that are pregnant or women who have changes in their hormones. If you are beginning to see these patches on your skin, they can worsen and become an all-over patch on your face. Melasma cannot be cured, but it can be treated with bleaching creams. [Read More]

Can Botox Make You A Better Poker Player?

When people think of Botox, typically improving the look of one's appearance and getting rid of wrinkles is what comes to mind. However, if you're a serious poker player or are interested in turning a hobby into a profession, you might be surprised to learn that Botox could help you. Read on to learn more about Botox and what it can potentially do for your poker career: How Botox Works on the Face [Read More]