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Summertime Tips to Prevent Skin Cancer Jun 12th, 2020

In the summertime,  most of us relish the time we spend outdoors in the beautiful weather. Enjoying sun-filled summer days provides you with vitamin D, a key contributor to your mental healths well being, but if you aren’t careful, it also increases your chances of developing skin cancer. By taking...

Here Are 5 Foods That May Be Triggering Your Rosacea May 26th, 2020

Coming down with rosacea can be physically uncomfortable and negatively impact your self-esteem. Although having this common form of adult acne is no picnic, rosacea is, fortunately, a manageable condition if you are willing to make lifestyle changes and seek treatment from a dermatologist. Our specialized team of board-certified dermatologists...

When Should I Seek Medical Advice on a Rash? Apr 1st, 2020

When most of us get a rash, we think of it as annoying, but easy to treat with conservative home care. Though this is the case for some rashes, others need care from a dermatologist and can even be dangerous without professional medical treatment. Our skilled team at Easton Dermatology...

Acne Scars: Learn Why They Show Up and The Difference in Each Type Mar 1st, 2020

It’s one thing to experience acne during puberty and even early adulthood. But when those years of acne breakouts follow you as you get older by way of acne scars, well, that just doesn’t seem fair. Shouldn’t we all have the opportunity for clear, smooth skin?  Yes, we should, and...

Here's How to Best Care for Dry Skin During Colder Months Feb 3rd, 2020

Most of us experience the same problem during the colder months: Our skin gets drier and loses moisture more quickly. In some instances, however, skin can become very dry during the wintertime, leading to cracked, bleeding, or itchy skin. This is known as xeroderma, which is the medical term for...

Why It’s Best to Start Laser Hair Removal in the Winter Jan 1st, 2020

If you’re tired of shaving and waxing, you aren’t alone. Many men and women wish they could stop the regular ritual of hair removal. But there is an alternative: laser hair removal. It’s more affordable than you might expect, and it can have permanent results. Most people who have the...

Look for These 5 Common Signs of Vitiligo Dec 1st, 2019

Are you among the nearly 2% of the worldwide population with vitiligo? If so, you may have embraced your multi-colored skin as having its own unique beauty. However, if you would prefer that the differences in skin tone were less visible, you can ask for laser treatment to help encourage...

How Blue Light Therapy Can Help Treat Your Actinic Keratosis Nov 1st, 2019

In response to the increase in skin cancer worldwide, new treatment options are in high demand. One of the most promising therapies to emerge in recent years is photodynamic, or blue light therapy. At Easton Dermatology in Easton and Salisbury, Maryland, we use blue light therapy to treat actinic keratosis,...

You Shouldn't Feel Embarrassed About Hair Loss. We Can Help! Oct 1st, 2019

Everyone loses hair. In general, losing 50-100 hairs a day is a normal part of your hair growth cycle. If you lose more hair than that, or if you have noticeable bald spots or thin hair, you might be suffering from hair loss. Hair loss can have significant psychological impacts...

Why You Should Never Let Toenail Fungus Go Untreated Sep 1st, 2019

Have you retired those adorable strappy sandals, even though they’re the perfect complement to your summery outfits? They definitely won’t work with what’s going on with your toenails — so you’ve had to opt for a closed-toe option. Toenail fungus is definitely not a good look.  There are plenty of...

Spots, Scars, and Stretch Marks: Lasers Can Treat Them All Aug 1st, 2019

As we live our lives, our skin takes on our character. The spots, scars, and stretch marks we find as we age are a testament of a life well-lived. Stretch marks show we’ve experienced growth or carried pregnancy, and scars are remembrances of events in our lives. While reminiscing is...

Incorporating Botox® and Fillers Into Your Wellness Routine Jul 1st, 2019

When you hear about fillers and Botox® injections, you may think that these are just for cosmetic purposes. However, injectables can be quite beneficial for your wellness routine and, they’ll help to maintain your overall happiness and health. Here at Easton Dermatology, we understand how important your whole-body wellness is,...

Living With Psoriasis (And What to Do About It) Jun 1st, 2019

Psoriasis is a fairly common condition characterized by itchy scales or irritating red patches that form when your skin cells grow rapidly and build up on the surface of your skin. Over 8 million Americans, and 125 million people worldwide, suffer from psoriasis. Living with psoriasis If you have psoriasis,...

5 Important Ways to Protect Your Family Against Skin Cancer May 1st, 2019

Even though we know that the sun’s harmful rays can lead to skin cancer, many of us spend a lot of time outdoors without giving sunscreen a second thought. With over five million cases of skin cancer diagnosed in the United States each year, we at Easton Dermatology Associates, with...

How to Prevent a Rosacea Flare-up Apr 1st, 2019

Rosacea affects 16 million Americans. In most cases, this chronic skin condition starts as patches of facial redness in the middle of your face before spreading to your chin and forehead. You can also have rosacea on your ears, chest, or back. Common rosacea symptoms include: Swollen red bumps or...

Start Laser Hair Removal Treatment Now and Be Razor-Free by Summer Mar 1st, 2019

If you feel like you’re stuck in the endless struggle against unwanted body hair, you aren’t alone. When you consider the amount of time a person spends shaving, trimming, waxing, or plucking, it’s not surprising that laser hair removal treatments are growing in popularity. At Easton Dermatology Associates in Easton,...

6 Causes of Adult Acne and How to Get Rid of It Feb 11th, 2019

It doesn’t matter that acne is quite common when it happens to you, particularly when your teen years are far behind. The fact is, acne affects people of all ages, even though it’s not known why it seems to choose some rather than others. It can be persistent, and an...