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Why You Should Add Chemical Peels To Your Skincare Routine

By admin
March 15, 2018

If you have a type A personality, then you likely thrive off of a routine. But even individuals who are less type A, still tend to fall into routines— even if it’s as small as falling asleep while watching TV every night. Whether you’re type A or type Anything But A, people are notorious for...  read more

Think You Have Rosacea? How to Tell

By Tracy Evans MD
February 15, 2018
Rosacea San Francisco CA

No woman wants to leave the house without at least a little blush and mascara. And although rosy cheeks are a natural way to make you look a little more vibrant and alive, if your cheeks are constantly rosy, then this may be a sign that you have a dermatologic condition like rosacea. But rosy...  read more

3 Skin Care Tips Every Teenager Should Follow

By Tracy Evans MD
January 15, 2018
Acne Treatment San Francisco CA

The perfect skin doesn’t just happen overnight— especially when you’re a teenager. And although most people associate the term, “skin care” with middle-aged women, skin care should start when you’re young. If you have a teenager or are a teenager yourself, we have created a brief list of three skin care tips that will save...  read more

Ho, Ho, Ho: 3 Skincare Items to Stuff Your Stockings With

By Tracy Evans MD
December 15, 2017
Skin Care Products San Francisco CA

One of the most fun parts of the holiday season is seeing your loved one's faces light up on Christmas morning as they unpack their gifts. And as a tradition that’s lasted centuries, holiday stockings can bring that much more joy and excitement into your home. Whether you want to give stockings to your friends...  read more

3 Treatments You Can Get Just In Time for the Holidays

By Tracy Evans MD
November 15, 2017
Cosmetic Dermatology San Francisco CA

There are a few things you likely want to see happen during the holidays: a table full of good food, your kids getting along for once, and you want to look and feel good. If your self-esteem has been suffering lately because of things like the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles, sun spots, or...  read more

What to Know About The Mask of Pregnancy

By Tracy Evans MD
October 15, 2017
Melasma | Skin Condition San Francisco, CA | Corte Madera

Pregnancy is a wonderful part of any woman’s life because you get to experience the joys of bringing a human into this world. However, not all pregnancies are as fairytale-esque as the movies have us believe— leaving women with severe morning sickness, back pain, migraines, and a skin condition called melasma or the mask of...  read more

3 Things to Know About Facemasks

By Tracy Evans MD
September 15, 2017
Mask Your Imperfections | San Francisco, CA

Face masks are one of the most popular at-home facial treatments that people like to do. By targeting your pores, face masks can help regulate oil, get rid of dirt, and give you a clearer complexion in the process. However, although you can buy face masks over-the-counter at virtually every drug and grocery store on...  read more

3 Ways to Treat Rosacea

By Tracy Evans MD
August 15, 2017
3 Ways to Treat Rosacea | Tracy Evans, MD

Blushing in front of a crush or while you’re speaking in front of a large group of people is completely normal. If, however, you blush easily and it lasts a bit longer, then you may be suffering from a skin condition called rosacea. Affecting over 14 million Americans, rosacea is a common skin condition that...  read more

H2O Is Never a No, No for Your Skin

By Tracy Evans MD
July 15, 2017
Skin Care Products San Francisco | Corte Madera

  Similar to how you know to look both ways before crossing the street and to never trust someone selling Rolex’s from a trench coat, you know you should be drinking eight 8-ounce glasses of water every day. As your body’s number one source of energy and hydration, it does more than just keep your...  read more

Witchy Witch: Understanding Warts

By Tracy Evans MD
June 15, 2017
Warts on kids San Francisco CA | Corte Madera

Unless your child is playing The Wicked Witch of the West from The Wizard of Oz, the last thing they may like is getting a wart. Warts are caused by a virus called HPV or the Human Papilloma Virus. More prevalent in children than in adults, warts can be not only a nuisance but painful...  read more