Written by Paul M. Graham, D.O. Let’s face it, it is almost guaranteed that sometime during your lifetime you will experience an injury that causes a skin wound. For many, the wound is only superficial and relatively mild but for some, these wounds can be quite extensive and distressing. One of the biggest fears people haveContinue reading “What is the best way to care for a wound?”
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Congratulations to Katie Graham on Winning the Product Giveaway!
Here at Dimensional Dermatology, we like to recognize our giveaway winners in all of their glory! A special congratulation to Katie Graham for winning a free bottle of Coola Mineral Face SPF 30 Unscented Matte Tint Broad-Spectrum Sunscreen!
Hydrate and Protect: Skin Restoration
Written by Lacey Elwyn, DO Edited by Paul M. Graham, DO Our goal with this article is to provide our readers with the necessary knowledge to read ingredient labels of cleansers and moisturizers and make informed decisions when choosing between the best skincare products! Winter is coming and so is the struggle with dry cracked skin. Nothing feels betterContinue reading “Hydrate and Protect: Skin Restoration”
Anti-Aging Secrets: The Daily Skincare Routine
Paul M. Graham, D.O. “Protect, Renew, & Restore!” -PMG Developing the perfect skincare regimen is often complicated, if not overwhelming. There are an abundance of products currently on the market, making it nearly impossible to choose the right one. In this article, I will discuss four different categories of products that are vital to your daily skincare routine. InContinue reading “Anti-Aging Secrets: The Daily Skincare Routine”
Chemical Peels: Modern-Day Alchemy
Paul M. Graham, DO Edited by Lacey Elwyn, DO Chemical peels are one of the oldest cosmetic procedures performed, with historical records dating back to ancient Egypt. During this era, various oils and acids were applied to the skin in an attempt to achieve skin rejuvenation. In the late 19th century, chemical peels became popularContinue reading “Chemical Peels: Modern-Day Alchemy”
Second Skin: A Revolutionary Discovery
Paul M. Graham, D.O. On Monday, Living Proof and M.I.T. reported in the Journal of Nature Materials the use of an invisible polymer that could be applied to the skin surface, providing enough elastic support to give the skin a more youthful, elastic appearance. In this report, “second skin, (XPL)” was applied to the lower eyelid fat padsContinue reading “Second Skin: A Revolutionary Discovery”