Hopefully, you remember your sunscreen when you head out to the swimming pool or a day on the water. But just because swim season is over doesn’t mean you can let your guard down when it come to preventing skin cancer.
“I understand how people would not want to put sunscreen on in the wintertime,” says Clint Tucker, MD, FAAD at Advanced Dermatology and Dermaesthetics. “But even the incidental outdoor exposure that you get, like going from the car to the grocery store, can be a risk.”
Even though the body is bundled up in coats and hats, the vulnerable face and neck are just as susceptible to sun damage in the winter as they are in the summer.
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Summer has officially arrived and it’s that time of year to make sure you are protected against the harmful rays of the sun. There are many brands of sunscreen available that will work for you, however, no brand is recommended over others.
Here is a list of things to look for when selecting a sunscreen:
The annual International Society for Hair Transplant (ISHRS) meeting is an opportunity for hair transplant surgeons from all over the world to meet, explore and debate new ideas. Often, the hottest topic is: “Which donor harvesting technique is the best?” The presentations and subsequent debates about strip vs FUE harvesting can get heated, which is fantastic, because it shows how much these talented and successful doctors believe in their technique.
Overall, both techniques have their merits and have a place in the hair transplant world.
Here are a few pros and cons of each technique:
As winter arrives, the cold dry air and other factors can cause skin irritations. In fact, many people suffer from dry, rough and scaly skin on their shins or lower body during the wintertime. This is commonly known as “Winter Itch.” Advanced Dermatology has a few helpful tips that can prevent and heal Winter Itch and other winter skin irritations.