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Holiday skin care includes a regular sleep regimen, removing makeup, and not smoking.

Most Wonderful Time of the Year: The Holidays and Your Skin

The holidays provide so many opportunities for exciting days with your friends and family. From watching your children in the school play to shopping for the perfect gifts to partying until the break of dawn, there are endless ways to celebrate the season. We, at Associated Dermatologists, want you to enjoy the holidays, but keep in mind that indulging a little too much can have mildly negative effects on your skin. Most are temporary, but others can lead to more serious issues. Your Skin During the Holidays Being proactive about your own skin care route can certainly go a long way to reducing...

Bare feet are shown beside gym shoes. Athlete's foot, or tinea pedis, can be treated by a board-certified dermatologist.

How to Treat and Prevent Athlete’s Foot

“Athlete’s foot” is the more colloquial name for tinea pedis, a common, superficial fungal infection. It is acquired from walking barefoot in moist public places, like a swimming pool deck or locker room. It can result in flaky skin, cracking, and itchiness on the soles of the feet and between the toes. Despite its name, anyone is susceptible to athlete’s foot. Athlete’s Foot Prevention Our board-certified dermatologists recommend that you take the following precautions to prevent athlete’s foot. 1. Wear shower shoes, flip flops, or sandals when walking around pools, gyms, shower or locker areas, and hotel rooms. The fungus that causes athlete’s foot...

About 180 fireworks related injuries occur daily around the Fourth of July. Serious burns require emergency care. In this blog, we discuss how to treat minor burns.

Methods for Treating Minor Burns

On average, 180 people go to the emergency room every day with fireworks-related injuries during the month around the Fourth of July holiday, according to the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission. Of that number, more than 44 percent are for burn treatment, and the most injured body parts are hands and fingers. We want you to have a happy Fourth of July season, but please do safely. If a serious injury does occur or if a burn victim is an infant or elderly person, seek medical treatment immediately. To treat minor burns that only affect the top layer of the skin, which are...

Choosing the right moisturizer for your skin is possible when you consult with a dermatologist and understand your own skin care needs.

Choosing the Right Moisturizer for Your Skin: What to Look for and What to Avoid

Choosing the right moisturizer for your skin may seem impossible. Nothing works for you, and you’ve purchased almost every brand on the market. Everyone you know swears by one particular brand, and you’ve tried all of their suggestions, hoping that one of them is the right one, to no avail. Why is this happening? Why do moisturizers seem to work for everyone else but not for you? Everyone’s skin is different, and different types of moisturizers serve different purposes.  For the right solution, the first step is to see one of our dermatologists, who will recommend the best moisturizer for you specifically. Until...