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    Choosing Sunscreen for Your Skin Type

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    The amount of ultraviolet light that you see in your lifetime has a significant effect on your risk for developing skin cancer. If you wear the proper kind of sunscreen for your skin needs, you can significantly reduce your risk. Keep reading to learn more about choosing the right type of sunscreen:

    If you are looking for sunscreen for children, try to find brands that do not have a lot of chemicals. Buy products that are designed specifically for kids so they have plenty of zinc oxide and titanium dioxide to keep your child’s skin protected without irritating it. People with allergies, acne, or rosacea should not choose sunscreen with added fragrances and should instead choose brands designed for sensitive skin. If you have dry skin, choose a sunscreen with moisturizing benefits.

    Schedule an appointment with a dermatologist at Advanced Dermatology & Cosmetic Surgery to learn more about how to prevent skin cancer. One of our dermatologists can talk to you about your skin type and the best kind of sunscreen for it. To learn more, visit us online or call (866) 608-9531. 

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    What Do Precancerous Moles Feel Like?

    Last updated 11 days ago

    The way your moles feel does not give you any indication of whether or not the mole is normal or precancerous. In fact, moles do not usually have any symptoms that a person can feel.

    If you scratch, rub, hit, or bump any kind of mole, you might experience itching, burning, or pain that are a result of inflammation. Since this can happen in normal, precancerous, and cancerous moles, you should go to your dermatologist if you are worried about the look of a mole. Learn more in this video.

    Advanced Dermatology & Cosmetic Surgery offers some of the best skin cancer treatments in Florida to help you spot and treat melanoma early. Come to one of our 50 locations today to talk to a dermatologist about your skin. Call (866) 608-9531 to schedule an appointment.

    Common Habits that Can Make Your Acne Worse

    Last updated 12 days ago

    Pimples and blemishes ruin the aesthetic appeal of a complexion. If your skin is already prone to breakouts, there are certain daily habits that might be making the issue worse. Try to avoid the following habits to get clearer skin:

    Talking on a Dirty Cell Phone

    The surface of your cell phone is constantly exposed to oil, sweat, dirt, and dust that can find their way back into your pores and cause issues with acne. If you spend a lot of time talking on your cell phone, you might be increasing your risk for breakouts. Take the time to wipe off your screen so you do not constantly put these elements back into your skin.

    Trying Only One Remedy

    There is not one universal acne remedy that works for everyone. If you only tried one or a few different products to get clearer skin before giving up, you might be selling yourself short. Schedule an appointment with a dermatologist to talk about your specific skin issues and what to do to decrease your amount of acne trouble.

    Washing Your Face the Wrong Way

    Believe it or not, there are actually a lot of ways to wash your face incorrectly. Washing it more than twice in a day can strip your skin of oils, which causes your body to overproduce them to compensate for the loss. If you use a dirty washcloth to clear off soap, you might be exposing your skin to bacteria that could cause more breakouts. Exfoliating more than once or twice a week can also irritate the face and lead to inflammation.

    The skin experts at Advanced Dermatology & Cosmetic Surgery are here to help you get to the root of your skin problems so we can find the right treatment for you. With more than 50 locations in Florida, we put great skin within easy reach. To learn more about our services, including laser skin treatment, visit us online or call (866) 608-9531.

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