Your skin is your body’s largest organ, and also the first line of defense against infection.
Information from Associated Dermatology & Skin Care
Is your skin tired-looking, drooping or showing signs of sun damage? Could you use a little skin refreshment?
Acne is the most common skin problem in the nation. It affects millions of people – mostly teenagers. Acne is caused by blockages and inflammation that develop deep inside the hair follicles and produce lumps beneath the surface of the skin that we call pimples.
Consider your five closest friends. On average, one of them is going to get cancer of their largest organ – the skin. One American dies of melanoma, the fiercest form of skin cancer, every hour.
Is your complexion blotchy, spotted with age or sun damage, wrinkled or dull? Now that winter is winding down and you’re ready to get outside and enjoy the spring, don’t you wish you could erase all those imperfections and glow on the outside the way you do on the inside?
Someone in America dies of melanoma, the most virulent form of skin cancer, every hour of every day of the year, and the incidence of melanoma has doubled since the 1980s, according to the National Cancer Institute. That’s the bad news.
Is your skin in need of rejuvenation? Perhaps you have acne scars, bags under your eyes or tired-looking skin.
The sun reflecting off the snow; the wind blistering exposed parts; the cold, dry air sucking out the moisture – winter is a tough time to be your skin.
If you could schedule an appointment once a year that takes a half hour and could save your life, as it has saved countless others, wouldn’t you do it?
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