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Interested in Clinical Trials? How You Can Help

As a part of our Dermatology Institute & Skin Care Center, the Clinical Science Institute has been around for the past decade. By conducting research and clinical trials, our state Read More

What to Expect from Laser Resurfacing

When it comes to having the perfect flawless skin that you’ve always wanted, it takes a little more work than using the right skin care. Here at Dermatology Institute & Read More

Kybella Vs. Botox: What’s the Difference?

Fillers have gained popularity for their ability to plump up lips and fill in fine lines and wrinkles around the mouth, but here at Dermatology Institute and Skin Care Center, Read More

3 Things to Know About Warts

Nobody wants to shake hands with someone with a handful of warts— even if they are five years old. Even though warts are most common among young children, adults are Read More

3 Things Everyone Should Be Doing for Their Skin

Having good skin doesn’t come easy or naturally for most people. Whether You suffer from acne, dryness, hyperpigmentation, or anything else, there are a few basic that you can do Read More

Dr. Kim Has Been Featured In An Article

In the article, “Can Fordyce Spots Be Dangerous? We Asked the Docs,” Dr. Christine Kim discusses whether or not fordyce spots are something to be worried about. You can read Read More

3 Myths About Psoriasis

If you look at Kim Kardashian, all you will see is a perfect complexion that in many cases has been photoshopped. One thing that you likely won’t see, however, is Read More

3 Tips for Retin-A Users

Retin-A is one of those miracle creams that we at Dermatology Institute & Skin Care Center recommend for some patients who have active acne, acne scars, and fine lines and Read More

How to Kick Your Dry Skin to the Curb

Winter— you either love it or hate it. And although colder temperatures make it feel more magical during the holiday season, they can also cause your skin to dry out Read More

Fall Skin Care Challenge

With the holidays just around the corner, your mind is probably on spending time with friends and family— both of which are important. However, many people neglect to take care Read More

Have Acne? 3 Tips for Wearing Face Paint and Costume Makeup This Halloween

If you have sensitive or acne-prone skin, nothing can be quite as spooky as putting on oil-based face paint or makeup for Halloween. Notorious for causing rashes and further breakouts, Read More

Nailed It! The Truth Behind Nail Fungus

Having long, beautifully manicured nails is one way to get closer to being the 4th Kardashian sister. But, if you have yellow, brittle nails, you’re going to resemble a wicked Read More

The Importance of Sunscreen in All Kinds of Weather

There are a few things you don’t hit the beach or pool without a swimsuit, a towel, and some sunscreen— just about everything else is optional. However, although it’s essential Read More

How to Stay-In-Tune With Your Skin: 5 Steps to Conducting a Cancer Self-Screening

One of the best things that you can do for your skin— other than wearing sunscreen every day— is to conduct regular cancer self- screening or evaluations. By being able Read More

Beard Guide: How to Get Rid of Ingrown Hairs

If you have facial hair, the good news (for men, anyway) is that beards aren’t going anywhere anytime soon. However, just because you have a beard, it doesn’t mean that Read More

What Everyone Is Talking About: Kybella

For many of our patients, one of the areas they feel most self-conscious about is an area that can’t be improved with diet, exercise, Botox or fillers: the underneath side Read More

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