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Dermio Dermatology: David Soleymani, MD, FAAD
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Schedule an appointment online at dermiodermatology.com so you can have more time having fun like these two! But don't forget to wear sunscreen (spf 30-50) with zinc or titanium. #spf  #skin  #skincancer  
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Dermio Dermatology hopes you had a great weekend! #mondaymotivation💯  
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‪#‎TackleitTuesday‬ Are your eyes swollen? Before trying expensive eye creams, give over-the-counter hydrocortisone cream a shot. It’s an anti-inflammatory that takes care of any swelling, under eye bags, puffiness, and redness. Just don’t abuse it. Like anything used in extreme amounts, it has its side effects. Limit use to no more than 3 days. If the problem persists, schedule an appointment with your dermatologist!

Call 219-228-4200 for an appointment.
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Sunscreen isn't just for summer. Winter sun -- combined with snow glare -- can really damage your skin. Apply a broad-spectrum sunscreen to your face and your hands (if they're exposed) 30 minutes before going outside. Reapply frequently if you stay outside a while.
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Face feeling dry and cracked? Use a water-based lotion. They are lighter and less likely to plug pores that can lead to acne. If you are prone to acne breakouts, facial creams are better than lotions. 
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Washing your face too often can make your skin over-cleansed, meaning it's stripped of its priceless lipids. Your skin should feel supple, not like plastic. Use gentle, fragrance-free cleansers with a low lather for the healthiest skin barrier.
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Guys-- It's time to change the way you shave! Before putting a blade to your face, make sure you apply hot water to your skin. This softens the facial hair about to be removed. Once done immediately apply cold water Cold water reduces inflammation, almost like putting a cold compress onto an injury.
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Tackle those dry patches this Tuesday! To soften stubborn dry patches on rough elbows and knees, opt for a rich, hydrating scrub. Use a simple mix of honey and sugar. Studies show that humectant honey reduces inflammation, and sugar (applied topically) increases circulation in skin.
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