Skin Health 101
Skin Care Tips for Spooky Post-Halloween Makeup Removal
Halt! Do you dare to enter the frightening world of Halloween makeup? Removing said makeup is almost as haunting as ghouls and goblins. Do not fright! Collins Advanced Dermatology Institute has the tricks and treats to keep your skin healthy, post-Halloween.
Glo Minerals Luxe Liquid Foundation Tutorial
Achieving a flawless, radiant glow is attainable with Glo Minerals Luxe Liquid Foundation. With its sheer to medium coverage, this foundation provides the perfect buildable, dewy finish. What makes Glo’s Luxe Liquid Foundation unique? Its light-diffusing diamond powder, broad-spectrum UV protection, and specialized moisturizing agents make it stand apart from the rest. In the following
Ask Dr. Collins – AHA Benefits
Today, Dr. Collins talks about AHA Benefits. Dr. Collins loves answering patient questions and wants to help you understand dermatology. Ask Dr. Collins offers a monthly response to your skin-related inquiries. If you have questions he can help answer, visit our Facebook page today! What is the best way to layer serums, moisturizer and sunscreen
Ask Dr. Collins: Does athletic activity cause athlete’s foot?
Does athletic activity cause athlete’s foot?
Ask Dr. Collins: Keep Your Skin Hydrated
My skin can’t keep up with the harsh summer heat. What’s the best way to keep it hydrated?
Ask Dr. Collins: Treating Bug Bites
When should I see a doctor about a bug bite?
Regular Skin Checks
The first line of defense against skin cancer starts with you. Ask a dermatologist how often you should examine your skin for signs of skin cancer and consult a dermatologist if you notice anything suspicious. These simple steps can help ensure that skin cancer is diagnosed in its earliest, most treatable stage. Below you will find information about how to examine your skin and what signs to look for.
How to Shave
Shaving can be a challenge for both men and women. Here are dermatologists’ tips to help you get a clean shave.
How to Prevent Athlete’s Foot
Despite the name, athlete’s foot can happen to anyone. It is a common fungal infection that most people get from walking barefoot in moist, public places like a swimming pool deck or locker room. Athlete’s foot can result in flaky skin, cracking, and itchiness on the soles of the foot and between the toes.