Protect Your Skin: Observing National Cancer Prevention Month with Magnolia Dermatology

Protect Your Skin: Observing National Cancer Prevention Month with Magnolia Dermatology

February is National Cancer Prevention Month, a time when we focus on the importance of cancer awareness and prevention. At Magnolia Dermatology, we are committed to educating our community about skin cancer, the most common type of cancer in the United States. In this post, we’ll discuss different types of skin cancer, prevention strategies, warning signs, and how to schedule…

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Fall Into Radiance: Essential Skin Care Tips for Autumn

Fall Into Radiance: Essential Skin Care Tips for Autumn

As the leaves change colors and the air turns crisp, your skin also undergoes transformations during the fall season. The transition from summer to autumn can be challenging for your skin, as it copes with fluctuating temperatures and lower humidity levels. To keep your complexion radiant and healthy, it’s essential to adjust your skincare routine to accommodate the seasonal changes.…

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7 Benefits of Hydrafacial

7 Benefits of Hydrafacial

In today’s fast-paced world, where self-care and wellness are of utmost importance, maintaining healthy and glowing skin is a top priority for many individuals. Hydrafacial, a revolutionary non-invasive skincare treatment, has gained tremendous popularity due to its ability to cleanse, hydrate, and rejuvenate the skin. This article delves into the world of Hydrafacial and explores how it can benefit individuals…

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SPF for All Skin – Protect your skin from harmful radiation

SPF for All Skin – Protect your skin from harmful radiation

SPF for All Skin The question of whether darker or lighter skin requires more powerful sunscreen is one that has been asked many times. Unfortunately, the answer is more complex than one might think, as several factors must be considered. Firstly, it is important to understand that sunscreen works by absorbing or reflecting the sun’s harmful ultraviolet (UV) rays. These…

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The Link Between Healthy Skin and Heart Disease

The Link Between Healthy Skin and Heart Disease

February is Heart Health Month! But did you know that skin health and heart heath share several common factors?  Skin is the largest organ in the human body, and its health is an important indicator of your overall well-being. In recent years, studies have shown a  link between healthy skin and the prevention of heart disease. While the connection between…

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Top 5 Skincare Tips for 2023

Top 5 Skincare Tips for 2023

New Year, New You! Let’s be honest; there’s nothing special about January 1st; it’s just another day on the calendar. But it can be an easy mental starting point for new healthy habits. At Magnolia Dermatology, we are dedicated to helping our patients achieve healthier skin. Healthier skin starts with healthy skincare habits. Drs. Carla Gustovich and Rachel Quinby-Graves have…

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