Suffering from One of the Most Common Scalp Conditions?


Seborrheic Dandruff, a white flake which develops on the scalp, is typically perceived as harmless yet can become quite an embarrassing and serious condition over time. There are many over the counter products marketed to quell the effects of this scalp condition, but few are effective. Fortunately, Advanced Dermatology has successful treatment options for those suffering from the irritating condition.


Myths and Truths Behind Facial Hair in Women

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A smooth, ultimately hairless face goes a long way to promote your beauty and boost confidence levels. Unfortunately, sometimes mother nature has other ideas in mind which may add a little extra work to your daily routine. Over twenty million women purchase over the counter depilatory products annually, in an effort to remove the hairy situation from their lives once and for all. For women struggling with unwanted facial hair and unsatisfactory solutions, Advanced Dermatology has a few suggestions to help separate the truth from the lies. (more…)

Five Ways to Treat Damaged Winter Hair

hair-firnt-fun_242480542-690x518 Winter is bitter cold and zaps the moisture out of your skin and hair. When you’re faced with sub-zero temperatures outdoors and artificial heat indoors, the repercussions often wreak havoc on your outer-glow. Low humidity levels dry out your skin and hair and are difficult to supplement in the long winter months. Though there are plenty of creams, miracle pills and diets on the market which claim to work, you don’t have to go broke to look and feel your best. (more…)

Hey Little Critter!


The dreaded word all parents of daycare and school-aged children never want to hear: LICE. Millions of people each year get lice, and one of the most common places it happens is school. Let’s face it, all the people your children come into contact with on a daily basis makes it very hard to control whether or not they get lice or not. According to the American Academy of Dermatology (AAD), “It is believed that about 6 to 12 million children between 3 and 12 years of age get head lice each year.”