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Skin Care Q&As
Dr. Ellen Marmur
How do I take care of my skin?
You need to learn how to read your skin and then tend to it using common sense. For instance, if your skin feels dry, apply a moisturizer. If your nose is particularly oily, use a degreaser such as salicylic acid on that specific area. Being . . .
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- Q How can I treat dark circles under the eyes myself?
- Q Can eating chocolate help improve my skin?
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- Q What questions should I ask a dermatologist?
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- Q What is my skin type?
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Despite the fact that we know so much more about sun damage and skin cancer today, it’s surprising how little most of us know about sun safety. In fact, a study by the American Academy of Dermatology found that only one-third of those surveyed knew the basics of sun protection. As a quick primer, here are some key dos and don’ts . . .