Posts Tagged ‘chemical peels’

What’s the Deal with the Chemical Peel?

January 21st, 2017 by Dr. Michael Glass
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Are Chemical Peels Really As Bad as They Sound?   If you’ve never had one, you might wonder why on earth anyone would get a chemical peel. Even the name sounds painful. But the truth is, chemical peels are a great way to rejuvenate your skin. If you’ve ever dealt with acne scars, crow’s feet, […]

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The Winter Fight Against Dry Skin

December 5th, 2016 by Dr. Michael Glass
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Don’t Let Nevada’s Dry Winter Affect Your Skin   Despite investing in the latest and greatest moisturizers, the winter weather is still wreaking havoc on your skin. This is a problem many Nevadans deal with each year. The high desert climate and seasonal freeze can leave skin dry and flaky, but that’s no reason to […]

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Why Pimple Popping is Never the Best Choice

October 26th, 2016 by Dr. Michael Glass
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Stop Popping Your Pimples!   It never fails. You’re getting ready for an evening out, and just as you’re about to leave, you glance at the mirror one last time, and there’s a pesky pimple right on your forehead. You panic, and squeeze it between your fingertips. But is the burning urge to pop that […]

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Look and feel your best on your big day   Every bride-to-be puts a great deal of thought into how to look and feel their best on their big day. Sticking to a workout regimen, committing to a healthy diet, and keeping up with daily skin and haircare regimens are all musts when it comes to […]

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Top Tips for Smooth Skin

August 24th, 2016 by Dr. Michael Glass
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Tips and Treatments for Radiant Skin   Looking your best means having a clear, healthy complexion. Silky facial skin and a smooth neckline are hallmarks of a youthful appearance. However, maintaining that glow can be a challenge. Aging, air pollutants, and long term sun exposure are just a few of the culprits of skin damage. […]

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