April 2017 Newsletter

Newsletter from Dermatology Specialists of Charlotte:  April 2017 New Procedures to DSC Get the HALO glow!!  Ablative like results with minimal downtime.  Call for your consultation!  Seeing great results with minimal downtime! DermaSweep Microdermabrasion with Skin Infusion DermaSweep’s technology takes micro-resurfacing to the next level through our unique, customizable treatment approach. Exclusive infusion solutions containing cutting-edge ingredients are added to target specific skincare concerns, for visible results in just a few treatments. New and Improved Exilis Ultra for skin tightening and spot fat reduction BTL Exilis Ultra™ is the first non-invasive aesthetic device to simultaneously transmit radio frequency and ultrasound energy. By combining energies, the delivered therapy is safer, more comfortable, with consistent results for a wide variety of patients of various age, body mass index and skin type. +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ Our Monthly Cosmetic Promotions- CLICK HERE +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++   FEATURED TOPIC Can you find skin cancer on your body? Quiz: Would you recognize a skin cancer on your skin? Most skin cancers aren’t found during a check-up. They’re found by people who notice a suspicious-looking spot on their own skin and then see a dermatologist. Do you think that you could spot a possible skin cancer? Dermatology. Help your friends and…

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March 2017 Newsletter

Newsletter from Dermatology Specialists of Charlotte:  March 2017 +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ Our Monthly Cosmetic Promotions- CLICK HERE +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++   FEATURED TOPIC Is your acne really acne? If you have stubborn acne that just won’t clear, you may not have acne. Some common skin conditions can look a lot like acne. It’s also possible that you have acne, but it won’t clear because something serious is going on inside your body. You’ll find descriptions and pictures of what could be going on with your acne here.   How to get rid of cold sores, ease the pain Yes, it’s possible to shorten the amount of time you have a cold sore. You can also lessen the pain, burning, and itch with something that you probably already have at home. For relief tips for your cold sores, click here.   Is mercury lurking in your beauty products? Mercury can cause serious health problems. Yet, some beauty products contain it.  How will you know if mercury’s in the cosmetic, especially one that’s marketed as “anti-aging” or “skin lightening”? Check the label. If the words “mercurous chloride,” “calomel,” “mercuric,” “mercurio,” or “mercury” are listed on the label, mercury’s in it—and you should stop using the product…

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January 2017 Newsletter

Ban indoor tanning for people under the age of 18- says Charlotte Dermatologist

Newsletter from Dermatology Specialists of Charlotte: January 2017 FEATURED TOPIC Expert tips to help you exfoliate at home Dry Skin? If you choose to exfoliate, it’s important to do so safely so that it does not damage your skin, lead to increased redness, or intensify acne breakouts. Read this article to learn how to properly and safely exfoliate at home.    Leg veins: Some treatment options involve little downtime Do spider or varicose veins keep you from wearing clothes that show your legs? Some leg veins can be treated in a dermatologist’s office with injections or a laser treatment. Click here and learn which treatments involve little or no downtime.   Dry, painful hands could be hand eczema If moisturizer fails to bring relief, you may have more than dry skin. You could have hand eczema. Unlike dry skin, hand eczema needs more than a good moisturizer for your skin to heal. Is the skin on your hands dry, thick, and scaly? Do you have deep, painful cracks on your hands that bleed? You may have more than dry skin. Hand eczema could be the culprit. Because it often looks like dry skin, hand eczema can easily be mistaken for dry skin….

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November and December 2016 Newsletter

manage excessive sweating by seeing your Charlotte dermatologist=DSCMD

Newsletter from Dermatology Specialists of Charlotte: November  and December 2016   Check out our APP! Download our app with lots of dermatology info at your fingertips.  Go to the App Store and download InfoRx app. Our code is dscmd. NEW PROCEDURES! Get the HALO glow!!  Ablative like results with minimal downtime.  Call for your consultation!  Seeing great results with minimal downtime!  Check out our special this month on HALO! SOCIAL MEDIA: Follow us today! The medical news section of this newsletter is now published on Facebook with daily updates from multiple reliable sources for your skin health!!For relevant helpful info on the various skin concerns, practice updates, and flash specials!!! Follow us today!! Find us on Facebook    Follow us on Twitter   +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ Our Monthly Cosmetic Promotions- CLICK HERE +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ FEATURED TOPIC You can reduce your medication costs Many dermatology patients have seen dramatic price hikes for medications they need. This has left some patients unable to afford their medications — even with insurance coverage. Here are some ways you can lower your costs. Did you know there are ways to reduce your drug costs? Click here to learn how to reduce your medication costs.   Forced to try less-expensive medications first? When…

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October 2016 Newsletter

Newsletter from Dermatology Specialists of Charlotte:  October 2016 Office News Download our app with lots of dermatology info at your fingertips.  Go to the App Store and download InfoRx app. Our code is dscmd. Don’t forget about Sun Block and Sun Protection! • Generously apply a broad-spectrum, water-resistant sunscreen with a Sun Protection Factor (SPF) of at least 30 to all exposed skin. “Broad-spectrum” provides protection from both ultraviolet A (UVA) and ultraviolet B (UVB) rays. Re-apply approximately every two hours or as indicated on the label, even on cloudy days, and after swimming or sweating. • Wear protective clothing, such as a long-sleeved shirt, pants, a wide-brimmed hat and sunglasses, where possible. • Seek shade when appropriate, remembering that the sun’s rays are strongest between 10 a.m. and 2 p.m. If your shadow is shorter than you are, seek shade.5 • Use extra caution near water, snow and sand as they reflect the damaging rays of the sun, which can increase your chance of sunburn. • Get vitamin D safely through a healthy diet that may include vitamin supplements. Don’t seek the sun.6 • Avoid tanning beds. Ultraviolet light from the sun and tanning beds can cause skin cancer and…

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