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Are Your Rough-Textured, Dry, Scaly Patches of Skin AK (Actinic Keratoses)?

Actinic keratosis (AK) is one of the most common precancerous lesions. Sometimes called solar keratosis, these rough, scaly, dry patches develop due to excess UV exposure. These growths often appear in multiples, pluralized as actinic keratoses. If you have similar growths, it’s always best to have them examined by one of Skin & Beauty Center’s …

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What is Sculptra® Used For?

You don’t have to get plastic surgery to take years off your appearance. At the Skin and Beauty Center, we provide alternative rejuvenation methods at seven convenient locations across California. We’ll gladly determine which minimally-invasive treatment will meet your unique needs. In many situations, we recommend cosmetic injectables. Injectables can help delay the need for …

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How To Manage Melasma

At the Skin and Beauty Center in California, our providers see patients on a regular basis dealing with imperfections of the skin that make them feel self-conscious about their appearance. A certain type of pigmented skin concern that may develop is melasma. Our team is committed to providing solutions to reduce the appearance of melasma …

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What is steroid acne?

If you have recently started using corticosteroids and have developed acne, you are not the only one! It is not uncommon for those using steroids to experience this side effect, often called “steroid acne.” What is steroid acne? The Skin and Beauty Center team describes steroid acne as a specific type of acne that occurs …

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