What Can You Do About Skin Discoloration?

Woman receiving skin treatment from a dermatologist

Do you have areas on your skin that differ noticeably from your natural skin tone? Skin discoloration happens when melanin levels vary on our faces and other areas. Hyperpigmentation occurs when the skin appears darker than normal and may take the form of red or brown spots or splotches. Hypopigmentation is the opposite, and means…

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What Can You Do About Spider Veins?

Woman crossing her legs after spider vein treatment

Have you been troubled by the appearance of small, dark veins on your legs or face? If so, you’re far from alone. It’s estimated that over half of all women and as many as 40% of men develop spider veins. Most people over 50 will get them at some point.  You may also have heard…

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Does Blue Light from Screens Affect Your Skin?

Young woman using smart phone at night in bedroom

Every day, we rely on our digital devices for many aspects of our lives. From catching up with friends to virtual meetings, the typical adult averages over 10 hours of screen time per day. But could all that time with technology affect your skin? Digital screens emit blue light, also known as high-energy visible light…

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