Prevention & Protection

One of the most important things you can do for your skin is to protect it from environmental conditions and take a proactive approach to prevent future skin problems before they arise. These posts provide tips for healthy-looking skin ranging from lifestyle approaches and products to the ingredients to incorporate in both your diet and topical applications.

If you’re seeking tips for healthy-looking skin, these posts will touch on topics like how to select a sunscreen for adequate skin protection from the sun, the benefits of Vitamin C, and how a diet rich in colorful foods can help you achieve a younger, healthier-looking complexion. Read testimonials and success stories and receive tips for healthy-looking skin from skin care experts to equip yourself with the knowledge to protect your skin for years to come.

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  • Tips for healthy-looking skin
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Dr. Jaliman Answers Your Questions for National Skin Cancer Awareness Month
POSTED: 05.01.2013 09:27 CST

The Doctor Is In━Sun Protection Advice From Top Dermatologist

May is National Skin Cancer Awareness Month—a great opportunity to spread the word about the importance of the prevention and treatment of skin cancer. Skin cancer is the most common form of cancer...
Blog Home Videos
POSTED: 04.17.2013 09:17 CST

Perk Up Your View of the World!

You know how a good cup of coffee is sometimes the only thing that gets you going in the morning? What about puffy, sleepy-looking eyes? What wakes them up? Open your eyes to your personal pick-me-up:...
Common Skin Conditions: Fine Lines and Wrinkles
POSTED: 04.08.2013 02:00 CST

Common Skin Conditions: Fine Lines and Wrinkles

Creases. Furrows. Crevices. Cracks. No matter what you call them, the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles are a natural part of the aging process.
Woman looking into a mirror
POSTED: 03.11.2013 03:59 CST

Common Skin Conditions: Dark Spots

You don’t get to choose where it appears. Somehow it just finds a home for itself, right there on the tip of your nose, your cheek, or somewhere else on your face. It’s a dark spot, aka...
Valentine's Day Dinner
POSTED: 02.07.2013 09:28 CST

Show Your Skin Some Love This Valentine’s Day

Valentine’s Day is right around the corner, which means stuffed animals, chocolate hearts, and red roses everywhere you turn. But before you chalk this Valentine’s Day up as another greeting...
A woman checking her own skin for any irregularities
POSTED: 12.19.2012 09:38 CST

Simple Steps to Early Skin Cancer Detection

Some people may think that the incidence of skin cancer is more prevalent during the summer months due to more time spent outdoors, but this simply isn’t true. Because the sun shines regardless...
woman eating breakfast
POSTED: 11.05.2012 03:57 CST

Health Is More Than Skin Deep

As our body’s largest organ—and the one that acts as a protective barrier for our other major organs—it’s no wonder our skin has an entire month dedicated to it. The American...
Woman testing bath water temperature
POSTED: 10.20.2012 11:00 CST

’Tis the Season for Soft, Supple Skin

Winter is on its way, and with it comes the many joys of the season: snowflakes, hot chocolate, roaring fires, and dry, scaly skin. Whether you’re turning up the heat or braving the wind and cold,...
Woman and dog
POSTED: 10.10.2012 10:46 CST

Age Gracefully—Combat the Signs of Aging

Aging is a natural process that, like it or not, will occur in all of us. Fortunately, by understanding how your skin ages and the long-term effects of exposure to the elements, you’ll be armed...

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