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5 Advantages of Laser Acne Scar Treatments

Acne scarring affects individuals in several ways, influencing their appearance, confidence, and self-esteem. Although many products and treatments boast of results akin to a miracle, most fall well short of a satisfactory outcome. Board-certified in Oculoplastic and Facial Surgery, Dr. Malena Amato offers laser facial resurfacing to resolve acne scarring, deep facial wrinkles, and fine… Read More »

Caring for Your Skin Beneath Your Face Mask

Our new normal of having to wear face masks has brought on a new skincare concern. While we adjust to the important (and in some places mandatory) need to wear a face mask during the current global health crisis, we also have to change how we treat the skin under our masks. How Will Wearing… Read More »

5 Things Even Smart People Get Wrong About Sunscree

Because about half of every American who reaches 65 will develop some form of skin cancer in their lifetime, you may believe it’s wise to get a skin test. But another intelligent move would be to be well-informed on what’s right and what’s not when it comes to sunscreen usage. There is so much information… Read More »

5 Post Wedding Skin Care Tips to Keep Your Glow

When you prepared for your wedding day, it was your dream to have a naturally radiant skin with perfectly applied makeup. After all, your skin was vital in giving yourself the perfect bridal glow. You fed your skin with tons of makeup during your wedding month, and the temptation may be there to ignore your… Read More »

Types of Scars and Their Treatments

Throughout our lives, we all have experiences that injure our skin, leaving behind unwanted scars. Any burn, injury, surgery, or other trauma can cause these. How your skin develops scars depends on multiple factors: the depth and size of the wound, your heredity, your age, and even your gender and ethnicity.  Since it is more… Read More »

Tips to Keep Your Skin Glowing All Winter Long

Have you found that the winter months can be annoyingly harsh on your skin? Between the frigid temperatures, harsh winds, and dry indoor heat, winter is the worst time of year when it comes to keeping our skin hydrated, healthy and supple, especially if you’re not sure of the best way to go about it…. Read More »