August 2014 Newsletter for Dermatology Specialists of Charlotte (DSC)
Melasma: Tips to make it less noticeable
Are you bothered by brown or brownish-gray patches on your face, which tend to darken during the summer? This month’s video explains what you can do to fade those patches, even in the height of summer. You’ll be able to use many of the tips right away.
What Dermatologists Tell Their Patients
Some women develop melasma when they become pregnant or take birth control pills. For these women, melasma often fades when they deliver or stop taking birth control pills.
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ZO Store is back!
Call to make an appointment with our esthetician to discuss this new line for your skin! Then, you can go to our online store and order products whenever you need them.
We carry Zo Medical in our office.Prescription products must be purchased in our office (Melamin, Melamix and tretinoin). You can purchase all other products from the Zo Medical or Zo Skin Health from the online store. You will need an access code that will be given after a discussion with our esthetician.
Dermatology in the News