Skin Care Archives | Allure Medical

Exfoliating Dry Winter Skin

Natalie Buscemi Cosmetic Solutions, Skin Care

Happier Living Though Clear Skin

Megan Bair Allure Events, Cosmetic Solutions, Dermatology, Real Patient Stories, Skin Care

Meet Terrance BY: LISA HOWARD Acne. We’ve all been there. It usually happens when we hit puberty, but sometimes acne can continue into adulthood. Cystic acne in particular can be difficult to deal with—that’s the kind that results in painful, …

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How Do Diet Beverages Fare for Weight Control?

Andrew Simon Articles, Fat and Cellulite, Healthy Living, Nutrition, Skin Care, Uncategorized

by Dr. Charles Mok So let’s talk about dieting. The American “diet” (noun) has led to a host of problems, not the least of which is the increase of obesity and obesity-related diseases such as hypertension, diabetes, cancer, heart disease…and …

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What Do You Know About Melanoma?

Tiffany Wisnieski Dermatology, Healthy Living, Skin Care, Uncategorized

By: Dr. Mariana Atanasovski, Dermatologist at Allure Medical May is melanoma awareness month. So how much do you know about the deadliest skin cancer?  Although new breakthroughs in the treatment of melanoma are being made, the latest and greatest treatment options …

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Hello, Sunshine, My Old Friend.

Charles Mok, D.O. Articles, Cosmetic Solutions, Dermatology, Healthy Living, Skin Care

Dr. Mok sheds light on a product that reverses sun damage, and you probably already own it.   In a 12 month study, scientists discovered that a product that you may already have around the house, one that is very …

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Say Goodbye to Your Double Chin With Kybella™

Charles Mok, D.O. Cosmetic Solutions, Fat and Cellulite, New Technology, Skin Care

What if I told you there was a wonder drug that could permanently reduce unwanted fat under your chin, without surgery? If you haven’t seen my last blog on Kybella™, you may be interested in hearing about this exciting new …

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Dry Skin Care

Tina Kinsley, M.D., FAAD Cosmetic Solutions, Dermatology, Skin Care

It’s that time of year again: time for the cold, dry Michigan air to take a toll on your skin. When the humidity drops, skin can become dry, red, itchy, flaky, and even crack and bleed in severe cases. There …

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Bumps on Your Skin? Five Things you Should Know About Keratosis Pilaris

Mariana Atanasovski, M.D. Dermatology, Skin Care

Though unsightly and itchy, Keratosis Pilaris is a common skin condition that can improve with age, but might never completely go away. Here are five things you need to know if you, or someone you know, suffers from this condition. …

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Bikini Lines and Razors – Your Burning Questions Answered

Mariana Atanasovski, M.D. Cosmetic Solutions, Dermatology, Healthy Living, Skin Care

Finally, bikini season is officially in full swing. This time of year, I’m often asked how to stay free of the appearance of unsightly, uncomfortable and pesky razor burn in the sensitive bikini line area. So, just for you ladies, I’ve …

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Swimmers Itch – Don’t Let Parasites Ruin Your Summer Fun

Mariana Atanasovski, M.D. Cosmetic Solutions, Dermatology, Healthy Living, Skin Care

Are you visiting a lake this year? Beware of swimmers itch! This unpleasant rash is caused by an allergic reaction to microscopic parasites picked up while swimming. The parasites associated with swimmer’s itch are the larvae of flatworms, which normally …

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Summer Skin Safety Tips

Mariana Atanasovski, M.D. Dermatology, Skin Care

Summer is the perfect opportunity to spend time outdoors, enjoy the fresh air and bask in the sun! It may seem like a perfect idea, just lying in the sun without a care in the world. Well, if you’re prepared …

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Managing a Cold Sore Outbreak

Mariana Atanasovski, M.D. Cosmetic Solutions, Skin Care

Cold Sores are unattractive, uncomfortable, and usually inconvenient. If you’re suffering from a cold sore outbreak, it’s important to know what you can do to minimize the discomfort and overall unpleasant experience you are going through. Also known as “fever …

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