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The Importance of Choosing the Right Sun Protection Jul 17th, 2020

The expert dermatologists and skin specialists at Specialists in Dermatology — located in Houston, Texas, and The Woodlands, Texas — stress the importance of sun protection and regular skin cancer screenings for everyone. Below are some of the factors that go into choosing a method of sun protection to keep...

How We Can Help You Treat Your Psoriasis Jun 22nd, 2020

Even though psoriasis is a common skin disorder, you may feel like you’re the only one who has it. Psoriasis is a chronic inflammatory disorder marked by red, silvery, and itchy lesions that can have a profoundly negative effect on your confidence and self-esteem.   The caring and expert dermatologists...

Erase the Past With Biocorneum Scar Cream May 22nd, 2020

If you have raised scars (aka hypertrophic scars) on your face or body, you’re probably tired of the attention they attract. You’re tired of talking about how you got the scar and just want to erase the physical evidence of the accident or surgery that caused the scar in the...

Stop Putting Up With Acne—Here's How to Get Rid of It Apr 20th, 2020

You’re polite, tolerant, and patient. But you can throw those admirable qualities out the window when it comes to your acne. You don’t have to tolerate it, and you don’t have to be (too) patient: You can banish acne by modifying the factors that cause it. The caring and expert...

What Triggers Melanoma? Mar 13th, 2020

Melanoma is a type of skin cancer that starts in your melanocytes, which are cells in the upper layer of your skin that produce melanin. Melanin is the pigment that gives your skin its color, from palest cream to darkest brown. All types of skin cancer are potentially life-threatening, but...

How Vbeam Can Help Reduce Your Rosacea Feb 1st, 2020

Though the skin condition rosacea tends to affect light-skinned women, anyone can get it. Men often develop more severe types of the disease, including rhinophyma, which is thick, reddened skin on the nose (think of the old-time comedian W.C. Fields, industrialist J. P. Morgan, and former President Bill Clinton.) You...

5 Triggers of Female Hair Loss Dec 31st, 2019

More than half of women in the United States  lose a significant amount of hair during their lifetimes, a condition known as female pattern hair loss (FPHL). Though it’s normal to lose 50-100 strands a day and about 250 when you wash your hair, if you’re losing more than that,...

Psoriasis Vs. Eczema: What's the Difference? Dec 1st, 2019

According to NBC News, about 80% of all US women, men, and children who use the internet have searched at least once for information about their health. In fact, after checking your email and checking out cool new products to buy, “checking” your health is the most popular activity online....

What Causes Warts and Will They Go Away on Their Own? Nov 1st, 2019

Warts are medically benign, but aesthetically unappealing, growths on your skin that can resemble little heads of cauliflower or manifest as raised patches dotted with black “seeds.” All warts are caused by one of more than 100 types of human papillomavirus (HPV). Once you’re infected with HPV, you have it...

Why You Should Be Aware of the ABCDEs of Moles Sep 30th, 2019

If you’ve worn protective sunscreens every day of your life since you were a child, you’ve undoubtedly reduced your risk for skin cancer, but you haven’t completely eliminated it. Some skin cancers are genetic and can even appear on areas of your body that never get exposed to the sun’s...

Dealing With a Psoriasis Flare-up Aug 31st, 2019

If you have psoriasis, you may choose your wardrobe and even your activities based on how active your disease is. The inflamed, itchy, scaly plaques that cover your skin can make you feel self-conscious and affect the way that others react to you, too. Our expert dermatologists at Specialists in...

What Causes Adult Acne and What Can You Do About It? Aug 2nd, 2019

According to the American Academy of Dermatology, acne in adults is increasing. Up to 35% of women in their 30s, 26% in their 40s, and 15% in their 50s have acne, as do 20%, 12%, and 7% of men, respectively. Adult acne often has the same causes as teenaged acne...

Tips to Prevent Skin Cancer and Other Sun-Related Skin Issues Jul 18th, 2019

Though the Texas sun beats down hard year-round, summer vacations and holiday weekends leave more of your skin exposed than usual. Though you may want to take a break from minding serious issues like your health while you play under the sun at the park or pool, getting into the...

Be the Best Version of Yourself This Year: Tips for Choosing the Right Cosmetic Procedure for You Jun 3rd, 2019

You’ve heard about all of the new nonsurgical cosmetic procedures that keep you looking youthful and glowing. But with so many options available, how do you choose? Luckily, you don’t have to. At Specialists in Dermatology in Houston and The Woodlands, Texas, our experts take time to evaluate your skin...

The Importance of Protecting Your Skin Against the Sun's Harmful Rays May 6th, 2019

Nobody really wants to think about skin cancer, which is why the Skin Cancer Foundation designated May as Skin Cancer Awareness Month. If you do think about skin cancer — before you hit the beach or pool to bask under the sun’s damaging rays — you can minimize your risk...

Skin Ceuticals: Protect, Moisturize, and Rejuvenate Your Skin This Spring Apr 24th, 2019

Just as you wouldn’t show up at a spring barbecue in winter’s woolens, you shouldn’t show up with winter’s dry and parched skin, either.  Before a season changes is the best time to prepare your skin to weather the weather. Because we get more than our share of the sun’s...

Top Treatment Options for Alopecia (Male and Female Pattern Baldness) Mar 14th, 2019

Balding and hair thinning (also known as alopecia) used to seem like an inevitable consequence of genes and aging. Starting as early as their teens or 20s, men may lose hair in a horseshoe pattern that then expands over the entire top of their head. Women whose hormones fluctuate due...

These Easy Steps Will Keep Your Skin Looking Healthy and Young Feb 13th, 2019

With all of the new anti-aging treatments and products available now, deciding which you need can be confusing.  At Specialists in Dermatology, in The Woodlands and Houston, Texas, our expert dermatologists know that being stressed out about your skin isn’t good for your health — or your skin — so...

Common Causes of Adult Acne and How to Get Rid of It Jan 17th, 2019

Though we usually think of our teen years as the time when we have to deal with acne and all of its unpleasant and embarrassing lesions, adult acne is pretty common. About 35% of women between the ages of 30 and 39 get acne, as do 20% of men. Worse,...

5 Special Steps for Winter Rosacea Care Dec 4th, 2018

Winter’s cold, dry air taxes almost everyone’s skin. But if you’re one of the 16 million women and men with rosacea in the U.S., you’re extra susceptible to winter skin woes. At Specialists in Dermatology, our rosacea experts in Houston and The Woodlands, Texas, recommend five steps to keep your...

Plagued by Acne? We Can Help Nov 28th, 2018

Whether you’re dealing with your first acne breakout or (what seems like) your millionth, you want your pimples gone. Fast. Here at Specialists in Dermatology, located in Houston and Woodlands, Texas, we have prescription-strength medications to get rid of acne and state-of-the-art treatments to improve the quality and health of...

7 Tips to Help Prevent an Eczema Flare-up Oct 18th, 2018

Eczema is itchy, irritating, and persistent. And it’s common enough that experts have marked October as Eczema Awareness Month. The good news? From topical therapy to oral medications, there are many successful treatments available that can get this frustrating skin condition under control.And once your eczema has cleared, there are...

How to Prepare for Mohs Surgery Sep 26th, 2018

Skin cancer is the most common form of cancer in the United States. In fact, more than 3 million people every year develop nonmelanoma skin cancer, including basal cell carcinoma and squamous cell carcinoma. That’s more than the number of people diagnosed annually in the United States with all other...