Skin Health 101
Diet and Skincare
How to Prepare Your Skin for Winter Weather
Seasonal Skin Changes
How the Summer Heat Can Impact Your Skin With the high temperatures of a Texas summer, it’s no surprise that we do a lot of sweating. Sweat brings on the overgrowth of skin yeast. That yeast brings on pityrosporum folliculitis, also known as summer’s acne. When you pair this acne with the sun’s summer rays,
TSA Friendly Skin-Care Products Summer is a time for family vacations, flying, and relaxation! It’s common to put your regular skin care products to the side for the sake of buying something travel sized. Collins is here to inform you that you don’t have to sacrifice your skin while you take to the skies! 1.
Know Your ABCDEs
Know Your ABCDEs Melanoma is the most serious form of skin cancer. It develops when UV radiation from sunlight damages the DNA in pigment-producing cells in the skin and triggers mutations that lead the skin cells to multiply rapidly and form malignant tumors. Melanoma, like all cancers, is easiest to treat when caught early. Knowing
The New Year Skin Rules
Skin care can be broken down into two categories—non-negotiable and nonessential (like sunscreen vs fillers). If your goal is to take better care of your skin this year, here are four places to start: Wear sunscreen every day Rain or shine. Indoors or outdoors. Even if you’re just walking the dog for ten minutes. Being
Give the Gift of Glowing Skin
Whether you need a gift for your daughter-in-law or stocking stuffers for the whole family, we have options for everyone. Have time to stop by the office? For your dad who’s still using Sea Breeze face wash or your teenage daughter who’s looking to start their skin care regimen, these are some of our favorite
The Difference Between Eczema & Psoriasis
Eczema and psoriasis are two very different skin conditions; however, many do not know how to tell the difference between the two or about their varieties.
What is Rosacea?
Over 14 million Americans suffer from rosacea, with symptoms varying from persistent redness and/or flushing, to broken blood vessels, burning/stinging skin and irritated eyes.