The Las Vegas Dermatology Blog


MANSCAPE

Dr. Vegas’ Monthly Blog: You don’t realize how much time you waste doing things you don’t enjoy doing, until you’ve stopped doing them.  I’ve had a beard for almost a year now, and I don’t see a return to shaving anytime soon; I’m happy to manscape with my beard trimmer a couple of times a […]

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Roses Go Hand-in-Hand with Las Vegas Dermatology

The Beauty Blog: From the Aesthetician’s Desk Valentine’s Day and roses go hand in hand, one thing you may not know are the incredible skin benefits hiding in these flowers.  Roses are naturally antibacterial and anti-inflammatory, perfect for rosacea or acne prone skin.  High in Vitamin C, a powerful antioxidant, roses help to protect your […]

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New Year, New You!

Beauty Blog: From the Aesthetician’s Desk As we say goodbye to 2014 and hello to 2015, ask yourself “Did I reach my skin care goals for this year”?  Almost all of us want to improve our skin in some manner, whether it’s erasing fine lines, reducing sun damage, improving tone and texture, or developing an […]

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#LasVegasDermatology

Dr. Vegas’ Monthly Blog: Dermatology Notes from Dr. H.L. Greenberg For most of 2014 I have felt as though I was in a rut.  I was doing many of the same things I normally do on a daily basis, but I wasn’t really feeling connected or motivated.  My friend Yvette Brown runs a business in […]

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“My skin is becoming too dry!”

The Beauty Blog: From the Aesthetician’s Desk One of the most common concerns I hear during the winter months is that, “My skin is becoming too dry”.  The change of season should be accompanied with a change in your at home skin care routine. It’s time to up your exfoliating to three times a week […]

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