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How Long Does Botox Last?

Botox, a drug derived from a purified and FDA-approved neurotoxin, is a staple in cosmetic dermatology. It can significantly improve the appearance of existing wrinkles by “freezing” the area and...

Does Rosacea Return After Laser Treatment?

Rosacea is a common skin condition that affects 16 million Americans and many more worldwide. While there isn’t a cure for rosacea, there are several ways to manage its symptoms....

What is Botox Used for in Dermatology?

Botox, a potent neurotoxin, has been around for decades, originally used for ocular conditions. Today, it’s best known for its role in the dermatology world, coveted for its role in...

How to Protect Your Skin in the Summer

After a long winter, there is nothing better than basking in the warm bright sun when spring and summer commence. Whether you are heading to the beach for spring break...

Reminder About Sun Protection

As we are headed into the summer months I like to remind my patients about sun protection. Most people think that sun protection simply involves using sunscreen in order to...

TCA Peel

Now is a great time to consider cosmetic treatments and freshen up your look! One of my favorite things to recommend for my patients is a TCA (trichloroacetic acid) medium depth...

Seborrheic Dermatitis: When Those Flakes Aren’t Snowflakes . . . What Is It?!?

Seborrheic dermatitis is an overgrowth of normal yeast on the skin that presents as robust dandruff. This often occurs in oily areas including scalp, eyebrows, creases between cheeks and mouth, ears,...

My Fall Skincare Tips!

I spent many years dealing with very dry skin on my face during fall and into the fall months. In the last 3 years I have found a couple of...

MY FAMILY AND I WENT CAMPING RECENTLY…

My family and I went on a camping trip recently. This was my kids' first time sleeping in a tent and experiencing all the things I love about camping- roasting...

Clarus Dermatology is offering a new way to exfoliate your facial skin. Our Skin Technician April is now performing a treatment called dermaplaning, which involves gently “shaving” the top-most layer of dead skin and fine, vellus hair (aka peach fuzz) off of the face.
How Dermaplaning Removes Dead Skin and Peach Fuzz From Your Face

Clarus Dermatology is offering a new way to exfoliate your skin. Our Skin Technician April is now performing a treatment called dermaplaning, which involves gently “shaving” the top-most layer of...