Keloids: What They Are and How to Remove Them

You may have heard of this type of scar, but what is it exactly? Keloids are basically abnormal scars that grow beyond the boundary of the original injury site. They are characterized by a raised and ill-defined growth of skin in that area, featuring a raised appearance that looks red and may be itchy at… Read more »

Can a Scar Cream Work on Burn Scars?

The short answer is yes. Scar creams and gels do indeed work on most burn scars. However, it will depend on the severity and type of burn you sustained. Burns can result when your skin touches something too hot, such as a stove top, or when you get scalded with boiling water. It can also… Read more »

How Cold Weather Can Affect Scars and Healing

It never fails: winter comes around and you can almost feel your skin starting to dry and crack. That’s because all the moisture is being stolen out of the atmosphere, something that can only be replenished by outside efforts such as bringing in a humidifier or moisturizing. But there’s another part of skin care that… Read more »

Protecting Your Skin from Harsh Winters

Protecting your skin during cold weather can be a challenge. However, with the right regimen and dedication, you can have soft, supple skin even when the weather outside is frightful. Cold weather brings dry indoor heat, which can lead to cracked, bleeding skin on your hands and other body parts. Pre-existing skin conditions like eczema… Read more »

6 Ways to Revive Your Skin

As we head into winter, it’s critical to keep your skin hydrated, soft and supple. Don’t let the cold weather rob your skin of its natural moisture and beauty! Dry skin only makes you look tired, unhealthy and older than you really are. Check out these six ways to revive your skin and restore its… Read more »

How Skin Heals

Your skin is your most precious asset. It’s strong because it protects your body, but it’s also extremely vulnerable. It’s important to treat it with care, and that means giving your skin the time it needs to heal properly. When your skin experiences a cut, your body immediately starts healing the wound – first by… Read more »