By Nichole Munk, License Aesthetician In our quest for better, smoother, more radiant skin, laser skin resurfacing has been gaining popularity over the years, especially for its results. There are different options for skin resurfacing treatments that you can look into, as well as different types of lasers that are used. I know, once you
Over the last couple of years, we’ve all had the opportunity to spend a little more time and effort on better skin care. I believe most of us have realized the importance it makes to our well-being, not just for cosmetic reasons. Our skin’s health really matters, regardless of our age. That being said, we
Created by the Nevada Cancer Coalition, Sun Smart Nevada was designed to raise awareness, and encourage Nevadans to adopt sun-safe habits. Resources provided by the Sun Smart Nevada program include tips for preventing exposure to UV radiation along with educating the community about regular skin checks. Launched in 2015, Sun Smart Nevada has installed over
Every May, Board-Certified Dermatologists and Dermatology Advanced Practitioners spend extra time raising awareness about skin cancer, the most common cancer in the United States. It is a time to educate and inform our community about all things related to skin cancer. Melanoma Monday is also recognized during May and falls on the first Monday of
At Skin Cancer & Dermatology Institute we are dedicated to raising awareness about skin cancer daily, not just with our patients but with our community. Our Medical Providers participate in local community events and organizations, including organizations such as the Nevada Cancer Coalition, to ensure that we spread awareness about America’s most common cancer. And
If Vitiligo ever comes up in conversation, would you recognize the word? Perhaps you have not heard the term, but I think some of us can say we have seen it. There is a long list of people with vitiligo who make a living in the public eye, including singers, actors, artists, models, and sports
Anna Ellis, APRN Skin Cancer is the number one cancer in the United States, with 1 in 5 people diagnosed with skin cancer by the age of 70. It is one of the most preventable and treatable cancers, but many of us still have a lot of questions about it. This is a great time
By Nicole Munk, Cosmetic Specialist When it comes to getting rid of hair in places you don’t want to have hair, it is nice to know that you have options. We can shave, tweeze, pluck, thread, and use depilatory creams. All these things work, but we always end up having to keep up with it.