Posts Tagged ‘dry skin’

The Subtleties of Sensitive Skin

December 19th, 2017 by Dr. Michael Glass
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Understanding Your Skin Type   No, it doesn’t mean your skin is easily offended. In a 2007 study that surveyed 1000 men and women, nearly 50% reported having “sensitive” or “very sensitive” skin. These results demonstrate the prevalence of skin sensitivity in our society. However, very few people will actively change their skincare routines to […]

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The Mother’s Day Skincare Solution

May 3rd, 2017 by Dr. Michael Glass
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Get Your Mom the Ultimate Take-Home Spa   Mother’s Day is just around the corner, and now is the time to start thinking about the perfect gift. Flowers, cards, and breakfast-in-bed are all classics, but one of the most popular gifts for Mother’s Day is the spa treatment. One day a year your mother gets […]

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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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How Nevada’s Harsh Climate Impacts your Skin

May 27th, 2016 by Dr. Michael Glass
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5 Ways Living in Nevada Can Ruin your Skin   The great Silver State has nearly 2.8 million residents who live in metropolitan areas like Las Vegas and Reno, as well as more rural and rugged regions that embody the best attributes of nature. From the Sierra Nevadas to the Great Basin, Nevada has a […]

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Say Farewell to Rough, Dry Skin with SilkPeel

February 4th, 2016 by Dr. Michael Glass
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Here in the high desert it seems there isn’t a season that doesn’t wreak havoc on our skin. During spring and summer we spend more time outdoors, exposed to heat and sun, which can age and damage skin—especially on our faces. In fall and winter humidity goes down, and the dry air chaps and dries […]

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