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The dry air of winter, both indoor and outside, can make it difficult to keep skin from getting dry, chapped, and itchy. Harsh wind, low humidity, and indoor heating are common factors that sap moisture from the skin. This time of year, it’s especially important to protect your skin, keeping it healthy, moisturized, and youthful!
For those struggling with short or thinning lashes, as part of our comprehensive continuum of care, we offer patients LATISSE®, a cosmetic service that is an FDA-approved treatment to help grow eyelashes for patients with inadequate/thinning lashes. Give us a call at 719.531.5400 to learn more!
Do you know how to perform a self-exam skin check? The Skin Cancer Foundation recommends doing a self-exam every month to look for signs of skin cancer. The best time to examine your skin is immediately after a shower or bath. Check your skin in a well-lit room using a full-length mirror and a hand-held