Category Archives: Preventive Skin Care

Warning – Sun Exposure Can Be Dangerous!

When the sun beckons you to come outside and enjoy the beautiful weather, it’s easy to forget about the dangers of sun exposure to your skin. Scientists and physicians have been warning us for years about the sun’s harmful ultraviolet (UV) rays and damage they can do to our health. According to the American Cancer […]

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Melanoma and Skin Cancer Awareness Month

May is Melanoma and Skin Cancer Awareness Month The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services set aside the entire month with the goal of empowering women and men to make health a priority by providing awareness tools and resources. The key purpose is to help everyone to understand their health risks, how to take […]

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Skin Cancer Prevention Tips

Ultraviolet Light Skin cancer prevention is a vital part of protecting your health each day. This dangerous condition takes many years to develop requiring individuals to take precautions now to avoid complications later. Cancerous cells on the surface of skin tissue or underlying layers occur several years after extensive ultraviolet sunlight exposure. In the past, […]

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Maintaining Skin Health During Coronavirus

Maintaining skin health during  Conoravirus outbreak while social distancing and abiding by the stay at home rules, can add stress to your skin’s condition. Especially if you are a regular at Georgia Dermatology’s Spa Center where you have received customized skin care. It’s understandable that you want to maintain your glowing skin. Harmful effects can […]

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Is Fake Tan Safe?

Is fake tan safe?  This is the type of sunless tanning that goes on as a spray tan or lotion. Are these good alternatives for getting the golden tan you want and desire? By now you should know that lying out in the sun or using a tanning bed is a huge no-no! Each have […]

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7 Tips To Prevent Aging Skin

Tips to prevent aging skin can be done by consistently following a careful skincare routine. Aging is an inevitable part of life. But, if you can follow our skincare recommendations, you should be able to stop the signs of aging for the longest time. The best thing you can do for your skin is to […]

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5 Tips for Outdoor Sun Safety

It’s no longer just a good idea to practice outdoor sun safety. It’s mandatory! Be extra careful to practice outdoor sun safety this summer. Skin cancer is on the rise and not likely to fade away from American sun worshipers. However, it’s not necessary to stay inside all summer reading a book. You can still […]

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For Skin That Looks Sweet, Avoid Sugar

It’s that most wonderful time of the year again, where holiday cookies, cups of hot chocolate, and pounds of fruit cake are consumed by all. But that overflow of sugar doesn’t just show up around our bellies. Consuming too much sugar can take a serious toll on your skin too. Healthy skin reflects a healthy […]

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Protect Your Skin From Aging and Cancer

Is your skin giving a false impression of your age? Without protective measures, skin injury can make you look older than your actual years. Sun damage, in particular, paves the way to premature aging and skin cancer. However, you have the power to sustain a youthful glow. Here are seven ways to preserve the health […]

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Indoor Tanning – The Ugly Truth

Has someone told you that indoor tanning is safe because it’s not really like the sun? The truth is that it’s just like sun tanning because your skin is also exposed to ultraviolet (UV) rays and that’s what causes most skin cancer. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), people who tan […]

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