The ABCDEs of Melanoma - checking your skin means taking note of all the spots on your body, to include moles, freckles, and age spots. Remember, some moles are black, red, or even blue. If you notice any changes, you should see a dermatologist. For more information on self exams and the ABCDEs of Melanomas please see the attached link http://www.aad.org/media-resources/stats-and-facts/conditions/melanoma
APRIL - JUNE SPECIALS
Greensboro Dermatology is pleased to offer twenty percent off of all U.V.A. and U.V.B. sunscreen products. Sun exposure is a risk factor for all skin cancers, including melanoma. Decrease your risk of skin cancer and prevent signs of aging by generously applying a broad-spectrum sunscreen with an S.P.F. of thirty or more to all exposed skin. Broad spectrum provides protection from both U.V.A. and U.V.B. rays. Ingredients that block U.V.A. include avobenzone, zinc oxide and titanium dioxide. Also remember to reapply your sunscreen every two hours and especially after swimming or sweating.
Teamine Combo Special $99 - Better together Teamine Eye Complex and new Teamine Concealer for dark circles $29 savings when purchased together.
Our licensed esthetician, Kelly Patterson, is currently offering a special on esthetic services. If you purchase a package of 5 chemical peels or microdermabrasion treatments, you will receive one treatment free of equal or lesser value.
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