It didn’t take long, but now the summer heat is upon us. Whether you are young or young at heart, it’s important to protect your skin from the sun’s rays. It’s a grim statistic, but skin cancer is the most common form of cancer in the United States1, and one in five people will develop … Continue reading The 411 on Sunblock vs. Sunscreen: Which One Should You Use?
Jacob always seemed to have a crusty rash on the inside of his elbows and the back of his knees. He was forever scratching. It seemed nothing gave him any relief. His classmates, teachers and coaches commented on the foul rash. His mom had to do something about it. She took him to a dermatologist. … Continue reading Eczema — “The itch that rashes”
Despite the oppressive triple digit heat, many people are savoring those last few moments of summer vacation participating in outdoor activities. But the increase in fun in the sun could mean an increase in bug bites and sunburns. Anna Myers, M.D., a Scott & White pediatrician, offers some advice on how to protect you and … Continue reading Save Your Skin With These Helpful Tips For Avoiding Bites and Burns
Acne isn’t just for teenagers – many adults have “adult acne”. According to Andrea Henderson, a Skin Care Clinician at the Scott & White Cosmetic Surgery Center, “Hormones, allergies, heredity, rosacea, can all cause acne. It can be dry, sensitive oily, red- everyone is different. Pin pointing the source can be tricky.“ Managing acne breakouts … Continue reading Agonizing over adult acne?