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Before the summer sun cooks your skin and you start to look like your leather handbag, come in for a comprehensive head-to-toe skin check and cancer screening.

At McLean Dermatology, we are committed to providing you wi...

Whether you suffer from troublesome blackheads or embarrassing pimples, we all know the uncomfortable feeling acne can cause.

At McLean Dermatology, we are dedicated to both teaching you about the possible causes of you...

We all have a favorite tried and true product that has seen us through the years.  Whether it’s the perfect shade of lipstick or the flawless finish of a particular foundation, sometimes we may find that our love for a...

The quest for ageless skin can be tedious and quite frankly, expensive.  Here are seven everyday (bad) habits to avoid doing to achieve the look of younger skin.

1. Not Wearing SPF – Even though your tan looks great now...

It’s not exactly new information that water is good for you. We’re told to drink at least eight glasses a day for clear skin, fresh breath, and good digestion, and now there’s actually photo evidence that shows just ho...

Our skin reflects what is happening internally throughout the body. Signs of irritation or inflammation on the skin is a sign that our body is reacting to something. Certain elements in your diet may cause inflammation...

Dealing with Dry Skin?

Although dry skin and dehydrated skin sound like the same issue, they are different problems that require different approaches and different products. Dry skin occurs from a lack of oil in the ski...

Many clinicians are unaware that ethnic populations in North America do not achieve optimal serum 25-hydroxyvitamin D (abbreviated 25[OH]D) because of the increased pigmentation in their skin, which reduces vitamin D p...

It may be surprising that there are dermatologic risks of UV exposure from lamps and other indoor light sources that we use daily. Is long-term daily exposure to presumably low-irradiance lights of clinical significanc...

There are many, many, short-term and long-term consequences of sleep deprivation. The most clinically apparent ones – swollen, sunken eyes; dark circles; and pale, dehydrated skin – are obvious. However the subclinical...

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