Know Your Skin Type

Skin Type

Farah Dermatology & Cosmetics Talk Uncovering beauty, lifestyle, and wellness Your Skincare Skincare should be an important part of your daily hygiene. This should include cleansing the face daily, moisturizing, applying sunscreen, and avoiding harsh products. A good skincare routine starts with understanding the unique needs of your skin type. In many cases, skin can…

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Did You Know? Fascinating Facts About Your Skin

Facts About Skin

Farah Dermatology & Cosmetics Talk Uncovering beauty, lifestyle, and wellness Human skin is a remarkable organ, but one we often take for granted. It does more than hold us together and look presentable. It’s a complex system that protects our internal structures from outside damage. The skin is made up of three main layers: the…

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Healthy Tan Or Damaged Skin: How To Detect And Prevent Sun Damage

Sun Damaged Skin

Farah Dermatology & Cosmetics Talk Uncovering beauty, lifestyle, and wellness The sun emits harmful ultraviolet (UV) radiation, which can result in skin damage from freckles and cosmetic blemishes to more serious conditions like cancer. Sun damage doesn’t happen overnight, and the long-term effects of repeated sun exposure may not appear for years. It’s a gradual…

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Could Intense Pulsed Light Therapy Be Your Secret To Flawless Skin

Could Intense Pulsed Light Therapy Be Your Secret To Flawless Skin

Farah Dermatology & Cosmetics Talk Uncovering beauty, lifestyle, and wellness Many people suffer from acne problems, wrinkles, age spots, or skin discoloration. After countless tries at topical creams and other treatment methods, reducing the visual signs of fine lines and other imperfections may seem impossible. Thanks to new advancements in dermatology, both men and women…

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How To Deal With Dandruff

Dandruff Issue On Man's shoulders

Farah Dermatology & Cosmetics Talk Uncovering beauty, lifestyle, and wellness If you find yourself constantly brushing off white flakes of skin from your shirt collars and shoulders, then you may have a common skin condition known as dandruff. Dandruff is the shedding of excessive amounts of skin from the scalp, a condition that can be…

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What You Should Know About Birthmarks

Birthmarks

Farah Dermatology & Cosmetics Talk Uncovering beauty, lifestyle, and wellness Birthmarks are extremely common, appearing on about 80 percent of babies at birth. Even if you don’t have a birthmark, chances are good that you know someone who does. However, how much do you actually know about these dermatological markings? There are a lot of…

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What You Should Know About Cold Sores

Cold Sores

Farah Dermatology & Cosmetics Talk Uncovering beauty, lifestyle, and wellness What are cold sores and what can you do to relieve your symptoms? Most people who have had cold sores often know when they are about to appear. The tingling and burning sensation around the mouth is often the first indicator that a cold sore…

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What Are Hives

Hives

Farah Dermatology & Cosmetics Talk Uncovering beauty, lifestyle, and wellness What are hives? What are the symptoms? Also referred to as urticaria, hives are characterized by an outbreak of red bumps that suddenly show up on the skin. Hives can appear anywhere on the body and often cause itching, burning, and stinging. Some may be…

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Identifying Your Skin Type

Identifying Your Skin Type

Farah Dermatology & Cosmetics Talk Uncovering beauty, lifestyle, and wellness Learn the best way of skincare based on your skin type. Just like fingerprints are unique to each individual person, so too is our skin. So what kind of skin type do you have, and why is it important? Let’s learn how to identify your…

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Everything You Need To Know About Keratosis Pilaris

Learn about Keratosis Pilaris

Farah Dermatology & Cosmetics Talk Uncovering beauty, lifestyle, and wellness Could those rough, white bumps actually be Keratosis Pilaris? If you are dealing with rough patches of skin on your body, then you may be dealing with a condition known as keratosis pilaris. While this is a fairly common and non­threatening dermatological issue it can…

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