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November 9, 2022
As Thanksgiving approaches, we often think about the things we are most grateful for. This usually includes good health. At Pure Dermatology, it is our duty to remind you that healthy skin is a critical component of overall good health! Your skin is your largest organ and it needs to be protected and properly cared for all year around.
October 24, 2022
Most people want to keep their skin in pristine condition. Clear healthy skin is the first thing people see when they meet us. Wanting to correct acne scarring or to treat hyperpigmentation or remove dark spots is not vain! Most of us want to prevent aging for as long as possible. One of the biggest causes of aging is sun damage, and the NOLA Dermatologists at Pure Dermatology have many laser treatment options to improve your skin quality, elasticity, and tone.
September 5, 2022
Skin of Color has become a very ‘hot topic’ in dermatology. It takes special training, experience, and expertise to properly treat skin of color. The term skin of color constitutes a wide range of people including, but not limited to the following racial and ethnic groups: African, African American, Caribbean, Chinese, Japanese, Native American, Hispanic, Pacific Islander, Middle-Eastern and people of Indian decent. Part of understanding how to expertly treat patients with skin of color is understanding the differences in the biology of dark skin. People with dark skin have more active
July 1, 2022
Botox was FDA approved in 1989 for muscular spasms. In 1992, it was discovered to have a wrinkle relaxing effect when used In the upper face, and it received full FDA approval for frown line treatment in 2002. Dysport was soon approved afterwards in 2009, and most recently Jeuveau in 2019. All of these products are safe, effective, and have many years of clinical research and patient safety behind them. Botox has become common in the public’s vocabulary to include all brands – much like Kleenex has become the recognizable word for all brands of facial tissue.