A Hairy Situation: Women’s Facial Hair

September 17, 2018

Cosmetic Dermatology, Laser Hair Removal

Get Your Wedding Glow

July 21, 2018

Cosmetic Dermatology

Seasonal Skin Changes

July 13, 2018

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, 

Skin Health

Summer Travels!

July 4, 2018

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. 

Skin Health, Sun Safety

The Hair Loss Problem

June 21, 2018

Hair loss, even just a little, can hit people hard. We usually think of men as the ones losing their hair, but it happens to women too. Losing a little hair every day is normal, if you’re losing more than about 200 hairs a day, you may want to look into what could be behind 


Skin Cancer Rates in the 50 States

June 11, 2018

Skin cancer is the most common cancer in the United States, with over 3 million Americans being diagnosed each year. Skin cancer can affect anyone regardless of skin color, but it is more common in those with lighter skin. What does this have to do with the 50 states? Based on a study conducted by 

Skin Cancer

Types of Skin Cancer

June 1, 2018

Types of Skin Cancer It’s the start of summer, which means it’s the start of the hottest weather of the year, and people are flocking outdoors. Skin cancer protection is a year-round effort, but it is vital to increase layers of protection as the UV index rises. Skin cancer can come in several forms, each 

Skin Cancer, Sun Safety

Know Your ABCDEs

May 18, 2018

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 

Skin Cancer, Skin Health

How to Give Yourself a Skin Cancer Screening

May 8, 2018

May is Skin Cancer Awareness month — perfect timing as we head into a summer. Did you know skin cancer is the most common of all cancers? It’s easy to screen yourself for skin cancer, and well worth the few minutes it takes, as skin cancer is easiest to treat when caught early. The Skin 

Skin Cancer, Sun Safety

The Benefits of Exfoliation

April 26, 2018

As you grow older, the rate of cell turnover slows down dramatically, meaning that dead cells on your skin’s surface hang around much longer. When skin cells no longer naturally replenish every few days, like they did when you were younger, fine lines and wrinkles are more easily accentuated making your complexion look dull. By 

Chemical Peels, Cosmetic Dermatology