Winter is an exciting time of the year, especially with all the holidays and outdoor, winter sports. However, it’s also the time  when many of us experience itchy, dry skin. This issue can easily be managed by taking a couple minutes each day to incorporate aggressive dry skin care into your daily regimen. The best.. read more →

10 Nov 2017
November 10, 2017

Benefits of Limelight Photofacials

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Well, it is officially the end of summer! As the leaves turn beautiful colors and begin to fall, I look in the mirror and see the pigmentation due to my fantastic summer. This means one thing; time to start a Limelight photofacial series. Limelight is an intense pulse light treatment that treats the brown spots.. read more →

Patients who suffer from psoriasis understand the constant need for a home skin care routine and how daily care can directly affect when they have a psoriasis flare. In recognition of psoriasis awareness month I would like to take a moment to share a simple, natural way to help maintain psoriasis clear skin with Epionce… read more →

01 May 2017
May 1, 2017

Melanoma Monday

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Today we recognize the melanoma patients we have lost (one hourly in the US, 6500 annually worldwide) and the efforts we are making towards prevention, early detection and treatment while the disease is still at a curable stage. Washington has joined other states in passing legislation to ban tanning bed use for minors without parental.. read more →

As of March 1st, the University Village office back parking lot (in red on the map) will be closed due to a construction project next door. All yellow areas on the map are open for patient parking. There is parking available across the street from our building, in front of and behind the old Baskin.. read more →

31 Dec 2015
December 31, 2015

Winter Skin Care

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My skin care regimen varies from season to season. I am 25 years old and have oily and acne prone skin with a mild case of rosacea, so I have to make sure I use gentle but effective products. Nothing is worse than irritating my sensitive skin and making my acne or redness worse. During.. read more →

04 Nov 2015
November 4, 2015

Holiday Stress Tips & Tricks

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The holidays can be a lot of fun, offering us a chance to visit with family and friends and celebrate traditions. Unfortunately, the holidays can also be very stressful. Perhaps you feel pressure to buy gifts, or travel. Maybe you’re worried about money. Just being out of your normal routine can make the holiday season feel very.. read more →

06 Aug 2015
August 6, 2015

Best Insect Repellents for Summer

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Camping, hiking, kayaking and even going to the local farmers market you will find mosquitoes this time of year.  By the time I remember there is something called ‘bug spray’ I have already been attacked. I recently had multiple encounters with what I am pretty sure were eight hungry mosquitoes, leaving bites and itchy raised bumps on my.. read more →

29 Jul 2015
July 29, 2015

Hydration Tips

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Are you staying hydrated this summer? Try adding lemons to your water for a variety of health benefits. Lemons  have almost half of your daily value of vitamin C, which assists in the production of collagen, helps in the prevention of wrinkles, and defends your skin against free-radical damage. They can help aid digestion, boost.. read more →

Life is busy enough without squeezing a medical appointment into the middle of your day. Here are some tips for making the process as easy and stress free as possible: Before making an appointment it’s always good to check with your insurance company to make sure the medical provider you are scheduling with is covered.. read more →