Do Prescription Dermatology Products Work Better for Patients in Carefree?

Some people use products they see on TV or find in grocery stores for acne, and it works. They get rid of their acne and feel better about the way their skin looks. Over-the-counter products come with ingredients like benzoyl peroxide and salicylic acid. You can even find natural alternatives with green tea, magical muds, and other ingredients. Sometimes, it […]

Can a Dermatologist in Scottsdale Shrink Your Pores?

Every once in awhile, we hear about treatments that “shrink pores.” For women, this could translate into a smoother matte finish when applying makeup. It can also improve the look of the natural skin when it blends better. Despite the marketing we see every year, you cannot shrink your pore size. The size of your pores is genetically determined. If […]

Get Rid of Adult Acne in Scottsdale with a Dermatologist

There’s nothing more discouraging for many adults than acne that still won’t go away. You use all the most popular acne remedies expecting that at 18 or maybe 21, acne will disappear. For many adults, acne is a lifelong battle. Sometimes, it’ll go down with hormone fluctuations. Even during menopause, the same problems can pop back up. Depending on the […]

National Acne Awareness Month: Effective Teen Acne Solutions

Are you looking for effective teen acne solutions? Have you decided to not try out for a sports or dance team because you were too embarrassed by how your skin looked? You’re not alone. Nine out of 10 teenagers suffer from some sort of teen acne. Why Do I Have Teen Acne? Acne is common and almost all teens get it. Although […]

Arizona Dermatology Practice Strives to Help Teens Overcome Acne

Pimples, pustules, whiteheads and cysts. They’re not pretty, but with 80 percent of teens suffering from some form of acne, from the occasional breakout to the most severe cases, it’s time to talk about teen skincare, according to the dermatologists and dermatology specialists at the Skin and Cancer Center of Scottsdale (SCCS). Teen acne is a treatable condition that affects […]