October 2014 Newsletter for Dermatology Specialists of Charlotte (DSC)
How to Care for Tattoos
Skin care plays an important role in keeping tattoos looking their best. This month, we share skin care tips that dermatologists give patients who want to keep their tattoos looking vibrant. You’ll also find a few other tips that can be helpful if you have a tattoo.
Caring for tattooed skin (1:53)
What Dermatologists Tell their Patients
When thinking about where you’d like to get a tattoo, choose skin without a mole. Covering a mole with tattoo ink can make it more difficult to see a change. Sometimes, a changing mole is a sign of melanoma. Detecting and treating melanoma early improves the outcome.
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.
Dermatology in the News
Wanted: Your eczema care tips
Your insight could mean relief for many children living with eczema. Please take a few minutes to Share your child’s eczema story.
Do you still sweat when the temperature drops?
Acne-prone skin needs gentle skin care
Surgeon General Warns Of Skin Cancer Dangers
UV video shows skin damage and how sunscreen works, dermatologist says
Dermatologists see rising rate of dermatitis associated with nickel
Review: Repeated UV exposure may raise melanoma risk for flight crews
Study: Pilots Face Double The Average Melanoma Risk
Study finds high skin cancer risk, low awareness among troops