SculpSure Is Now Approved For New Treatment Areas!

You may already know that SculpSure is an excellent treatment option if you’re looking to destroy stubborn fat cells – without surgery! – by up to 25%.  However, SculpSure was limited in terms of how many parts of the body it could treat, as it was only FDA-approved for use on the love handles and […]

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What’s the Recovery Time For SculpSure?

Have you heard? There’s a new body contouring procedure in town – one that’s so effective, it’s been shown to reduce fat cells in a treatment area by up to 25% – and all in just 25 minutes. SculpSure is a new FDA-cleared procedure that’s approved to treat and reduce stubborn pockets of fat around […]

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Resurface and Repair Sun Damage This Summer!

Hawaii is the land of perpetual summer – and that means spending your time out in the sunshine.  While you’re always ready to soak up the sun, sometimes your skin needs a break.  If you’re worried about sun damage or are already seeing the effects of spending too much time outside without wearing sunscreen, why […]

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What Are The Best Injectables For a Non-Surgical Facelift?

If you’ve been dreaming of tightening your skin and achieving a younger-looking appearance, maybe you’ve been considering the idea of getting a facelift. Deciding to undergo a major surgery is no easy fast.  A traditional facelift can be costly, plus it involves general anesthesia and significant recovery time.  Additionally, facelifts demand so much downtime that […]

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Who Is an Ideal Candidate For SculpSure Treatments?

There’s no denying that the bathing suit is the unofficial uniform of Hawaii.  With miles and miles of pristine beaches, there’s no end to all of the summer fun you can have all year-round. But when you’re struggling to lose stubborn sections of fat from your body, you may want to wear anything but a […]

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What Is the Recovery Like For Kybella Injections?

Sick of dealing with a double chin? Can’t exercise away the fat tissue around your jawline, no matter how hard you try? If you’re tired of feeling self-conscious about the appearance of a double chin, then it’s time to discover Kybella injections at Kailua Dermatology Clinic in Kailua, Hawaii. What Is Kybella? Kybella is an […]

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Sun Protection

Sunscreens are chemical agents that help prevent the sun’s ultraviolet (UV) radiation from reaching the skin. Two types of ultraviolet radiation, UVA and UVB damage the skin and increase your risk of skin cancer.

UVB is the chief culprit behind sunburn, while UVA rays, which penetrate the skin more deeply, are associated with wrinkling, leathering, sagging, and other effects of photoaging. They also exacerbate the carcinogenic effects of UVB rays, and increasingly are being seen as a cause of skin cancer on their own. Sunscreens vary in their ability to protect against UVA and UVB.

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Tanning Beds

You have probably wondered what the proper order is for applying skin products, be it medications, moisturizer, cosmeceuticals, or sunscreen. It is suggested that topical medications or cosmeceuticals go on first, and then sunscreen. If sunscreen is applied first, it might interfere with the medication’s penetration, or it may be rubbed off with the application of the medication, thus impairing the evenness of the sun-protective barrier. Therefore, it is usually recommended that the sunscreen be the last thing applied in the ordering of products.

General guidelines are: wash face, tone, apply topical medication or cosmeceuticals (you may add moisturizer first or after if skin is dry) and then sunscreen. If you have more than one cosmeceuticals you are using, these may be mixed together and applied simultaneously, generally to the entire face.

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What Goes On First

You have probably wondered what the proper order is for applying skin products, be it medications, moisturizer, cosmeceuticals, or sunscreen. It is suggested that topical medications or cosmeceuticals go on first, and then sunscreen. If sunscreen is applied first, it might interfere with the medication’s penetration, or it may be rubbed off with the application of the medication, thus impairing the evenness of the sun-protective barrier. Therefore, it is usually recommended that the sunscreen be the last thing applied in the ordering of products.

General guidelines are: wash face, tone, apply topical medication or cosmeceuticals (you may add moisturizer first or after if skin is dry) and then sunscreen. If you have more than one cosmeceuticals you are using, these may be mixed together and applied simultaneously, generally to the entire face.

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Now sold at Kailua Dermatology Centers.

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