The Skin Wellness Physicians Blog

Interesting and Useful Information for Marco Island, Bonita Springs, Ft. Myers, and Naples, FL

Welcome to the Skin Wellness Physicians blog! Read posts chosen specifically for people interested in learning about skin health, beauty, and more in the Naples and Marco Island areas.

Hyaluronic Acid Fillers vs. Collagen Stimulators: How Do They Compare?

Even though they’re a quick, straightforward, and low-risk option, injectable fillers make up a complex part of the world of cosmetic treatments. They come in a range of forms, each of which has unique benefits. Wondering about what differentiates the various available facial fillers? Our Naples-based team is happy to explain that not all injectable gels …

Important Cosmeceuticals: Part 2

Let us continue our discussion on buzz-worthy cosmeceutical ingredients (if you missed Part 1, you can read it here): Baicalin This ingredient is found in anti-aging formulations, such as SkinCeuticals Resveratrol B E. It is an antioxidant found in the plant Baikal Skullcap—a purple flowering plant found in East Asia. It also has anti-inflammatory properties and may …

Healthy Aging Month: 5 Tips for a Healthy Aging Face

September is Healthy Aging Month, and while this topic alone could fill a large textbook, here are five tips from Florida’s dermatology-focused Skin Wellness Physicians to help us move through time more slowly and healthfully: 1) Sunscreen The most important intervention one can do for the health of the largest organ of the body would be …

Important Cosmeceuticals: Part 1

Our patients are interested in establishing a skincare routine with cosmeceutical products recommended by their dermatologists in Florida. In this series, I will present a detailed survey of those cosmeceutical active ingredients that are most important in the current marketplace.   Apple Cider Vinegar Raw apple cider vinegar is made from organic apples through fermentation. Acetic acid …

Which Skin Conditions Get Mistaken for Skin Cancer?

It’s common to notice a weird-looking mark on your skin from time to time—especially after spending plenty of time outdoors exposed to the sun’s rays—and ask yourself, “Is it skin cancer or something else?” There’s no need to panic and assume the worst. Sometimes these changes on your skin may be nothing to worry about. …

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