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Medical Grade vs. Drugstore Skincare Products: What’s the Difference?

When it comes to maintaining healthy, vibrant skin, the choice of skincare products plays a pivotal role.
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Transform Your Skincare Routine with Skin Cycling

Skin cycling is redefining the way we approach our skincare routines, maximizing the benefits of active ingredients while minimizing irritation.
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Shielding Your Skin: How to Prevent Skin Cancer

Skin cancer poses a significant risk to individuals of all ages and backgrounds. It is one of the most common groups of cancers diagnosed worldwide.
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Retinoid vs Retinol for Your Skincare Routine

Retinoids and retinol are both hailed for their anti-aging properties, but these vitamin A derivatives are not one and the same.
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Does Eczema Go Away? Understanding the Long-term Outlook

Eczema is typically a long-term condition. While symptoms can be managed effectively with treatment, there is currently no cure.
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Top 6 Skincare Trends to Know in 2024

At Academic Alliance in Dermatology, we're always at the forefront of healthy skincare trends and advancements. These top six skincare trends set to make waves in 2024.
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Skincare Gifts and Pairings for Everyone On Your List: The Ultimate Holiday Guide

Shop for everyone on your list with skincare gifts and pairings thoughtfully curated by Academic Alliance in Dermatology.
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What Does Vitamin C Serum Do for Your Skin?

Vitamin C's potent antioxidant properties and role in collagen synthesis make it a coveted ingredient in serums and other skincare formulations.
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Laser Skin Resurfacing: Your Key to a Beautiful Complexion

Laser skin resurfacing is a revolutionary procedure that uses targeted beams of light to reduce skin irregularities and promote collagen production.
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Tretinoin Cream: The Ultimate Guide to Understanding Its Benefits

Utilizing peptides in your skincare routine can help boost collagen production, enhance the skin barrier and aid in reducing inflammation.
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Peptides in Skincare: The Science Behind the Results

Utilizing peptides in your skincare routine can help boost collagen production, enhance the skin barrier and aid in reducing inflammation.
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Autumn Skincare Tips for Floridians (and Those Traveling to Colder Climates)

By following these autumn skincare tips, Floridians can help ensure their skin stays soft, hydrated and protected all season long.
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