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How to Keep Your Skin Safe While Enjoying the Sun

Here comes the sun!

When the sun is shining on a hot summer day, we all want to hit the beach or lounge poolside. However, July is Ultraviolet Safety Month for good reason. While you may not be able more

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The Hottest Summer Skincare Trend? Sunscreen (Again)!

When it comes to health and beauty, it can be hard to find anything that everyone can agree on year after year. While debates rage, even challenging the long-assumed merits of soap more

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What to Do About Those Tiny Black Dots on Your Nose — AKA Sebaceous Filaments

Tiny black dots on your nose driving you dotty? Surprise! They’re not blackheads. Yes, they look like tiny flat blackheads—but they’re not. They’re sebaceous filaments. Now please put down that extractor, step away from the mirror, and read more

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Dealing with Rosacea

Over the years, California Skin Institute practitioners have helped many patients suffering from rosacea. With millions of Americans affected by this condition, it’s surprising that rosacea doesn’t get more media coverage. Perhaps one of the reasons is because more

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All About Varicose Veins and Spider Veins

Are you bothered by:
Unsightly leg veins? Tired, heavy legs? Swelling, pain or discomfort?

California Skin Institute board-certified dermatologist, Dr. Rick Noodleman, goes over various treatment options that can help patients struggling with varicose veins and spider veins.

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What to Do About Your Nail Fungus

Over the years, California Skin Institute providers have helped many patients treat nail fungus. Although this condition can cause physical discomfort and feelings of self consciousness, nail fungus is actually a very common occurrence among Americans. Unfortunately, many more