Skin Care Results

Retinoic Acid may be Magic for Your Skin

January 15, 2018
by Advanced Laser and Skin Cancer
Cosmetic Dermatology Teaneck NJ

We all know by now that aging is not a process that we can put an end to. It has been a nice thing to see many people change their perspective on aging in recent years. Yes, we’ve got dermal fillers and Botox. We’ve got lasers and light treatments. We’re even still seeing good numbers...  read more

Small Choices Make a Big Impact on Complexion

October 15, 2017
by Advanced Laser and Skin Cancer
general dermatology Teaneck, NJ

We sometimes forget about our skin; about the fact that it needs a certain type of care to radiate from the inside out. Then, when a breakout occurs or we notice more wrinkles than we imagined we had – or we notice a suspicious growth, we may feel overwhelmed at the concept of skin care....  read more

Want Softer Skin? Do This!

August 15, 2017
by Advanced Laser and Skin Cancer
chemical peels Teaneck, NJ

When our skin tends to be the softest and smoothest, we’re far too young to appreciate it. It may not be until we touch a baby’s skin that we feel the pangs of loss for ourselves. The fact is, age and other factors can rob us of our baby-soft skin. There is another fact, though:...  read more

Summer May Deliver Something you Didn’t Expect

July 15, 2017
by Advanced Laser and Skin Cancer
skin health Teaneck, NJ

  As we get full swing into summer, what we may be thinking about is how we can get “just enough” the sun to avoid burning and other damage. We may be planning how to avoid the peak hours, or how to prevent UV exposure to the fullest extent without curbing our desire to be...  read more

Dry Skin may be more than a Nuisance

April 15, 2017
by Advanced Laser and Skin Cancer
dry skin

Dry skin is a problem for a lot of people, especially during the cold winter months. You would think that the warmer weather of spring would lend way to healthier, more vibrant skin. This natural transition with the seasons doesn’t always happen; and, when it doesn’t, you may feel more than a little frustrated. When...  read more

Staying on Top of The Moisture Game

March 15, 2017
by Advanced Laser and Skin Cancer

The harsh months of winter weather are slowly fading away, and many of us are looking forward to the welcome of Springtime. Just because we are heading toward the wonderfully warmer time of year does not mean that we can let up on our efforts to keep skin from becoming too dry. Here, we will...  read more

Did you Resolve to Hit the Gym This Year? Here's What your Skin Needs!

February 15, 2017
by Advanced Laser and Skin Cancer

A gym membership can make it easier to uphold your resolution to be physically fit. Even if you’re not after washboard abs, there is a lot to be gained by engaging in classes or workouts at your local fitness center. At the same time, sharing your workout space with dozens upon dozens of other people...  read more

Don't let Winter make You Bitter

January 15, 2017
by Advanced Laser and Skin Cancer
hand care

There are so many wonders of winter; who could dislike this season? We’ll tell you who – people whose dry skin becomes cracked and irritated in the bitter cold! Excessive dryness may cause the skin across the knuckles, or even the palms, to sustain tiny fissures. You may not see these cracks, but you definitely...  read more

Unexpected Ways the Holidays may Affect your Skin

December 15, 2016
by Advanced Laser and Skin Cancer
winter skin care

The time of snowfall and sleigh bells and Santa is here, and that means more joy to go around throughout the month of December. The holidays are a glorious time of shopping and eating and snacking and drinking and baking and eating . . . did we say that? The thing about holiday eating is...  read more

Sweaters, Cider, and your Skin

November 15, 2016
by henley.tabal
fall skin care

Ah, Fall! The time of year when we pull out the hoodies and stock up the wood pile for those cozy nights around the fireplace. Who isn’t ready for Fall, with all of its colors and tasty treats? We’ll tell you who may not be ready – your skin. You may have heard that your...  read more