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Skin Disease

Acne, psoriasis, eczema, melasma, and a bevy of other skin diseases can strongly affect a person’s overall wellbeing. In addition to itchiness, scarring, and redness, some conditions can lead to more severe conditions like arthritis and maybe even skin cancer.

Scroll down to learn more about the various types of skin diseases and how to best cope with them.

If you have any immediate concerns, do not hesitate to schedule a virtual appointment on the GetSkinHelp.com platform.

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SPF Minute #16 – The Sun Protection Factor found on sunblock or sunscreen is a measure of how long you can stay out in the sun.

SPF Minute #16 – The Sun Protection Factor found on sunblock or sunscreen is a measure of how long you can stay out in the sun.

The Sun Protection Factor, also known as SPF, found on sunblock or sunscreen is a measure of how long you can stay out in the sun. All you do is multiply how long it takes for you to burn by the SPF number and that is how long you can stay in the Sun.  So, for...

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SPF Minute #15 – Skin peeling after a sunburn is the body’s way of losing damaged, and potentially cancerous, skin cells.

SPF Minute #15 – Skin peeling after a sunburn is the body’s way of losing damaged, and potentially cancerous, skin cells.

Skin peeling after a sunburn is the body’s way of losing damaged, and potentially cancerous, skin cells and begin the process of generating a new epidermal layer. Without this layer your skin is even more vulnerable to harmful UV rays and propagating skin cancer,...

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A Brief Treatise about Acne

A Brief Treatise about Acne

Acne is often relegated as a minor – some even say trivial – condition. It is part of growing up, almost like a rite-of-passage. Problem is, acne is not experienced equally amongst the population, nor is it distributed evenly. Some people might get a pimple...