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April 16, 2019

Whether you tan easy in the sun or you burn fast, you SHOULDN’T be outdoor or bed tanning! We know you’ve heard this time and time again about the dangers of the sun, but that summer bronze color can be addicting. Magnolia Dermatology has the answer a beautiful tan the safe way with self-tanners all the while, saving yourself from effects of sun damage which includes skin cancer.

My favorite self-tanner is FakeBake Flawless. It’s quick, easy, and I can do it right at home! Check out my self-tanning tips below to achieve a safe bronzey glow!
 

  • Start off by exfoliating and shaving the morning before you intend to tan. Exfoliating and shaving hours before you apply your tan allows your pores to close while still keeping a hairless soft base for your tan. I like using the FakeBake exfoliating wipes because they are quick and fit right into my morning routine.

  • Apply lotion heavily to hands, feet, elbows, and knees. This helps keep the streakiness away in these areas. 

  •  Apply y...

April 9, 2019

The dangers of the sun…we hear it all the time. But what exactly does that mean?  

Not too long ago there was the era of a “Sun Worship Phase” where only sun magnifying products were used to maximize sun exposure.  Baby oil, iodine, foil shields, or perching on top of a black shingled roof to lay out…all of this in an attempt to soak up as much sun as the skin could absorb, and most of the time it was too much.  Unfortunately, because of this, many people now have irreparable damage to their skin in the form of skin discoloration, pre-mature skin aging, scarring, and unfortunately, skin cancer.

Skin Cancer is the most common form of cancer in the United States. One in five people are diagnosed with skin cancer, and these statistics are also climbing due to the increased ultraviolet exposure from the sun and tanning beds. This same sun exposure is also the contributor to making us look old. The number one cause of pre-mature aging of the skin is not genetic. It is sun...

February 26, 2019

Did the Valentine “Love” Season bring an engagement for you or someone close to you? Now the planning begins…but where to start? So many brides begin with the dress or the venue, but the most important thing is forgotten… YOUR SKIN! 

Brides have a tendency to wait until the last moment to worry about their skin, and by this time it could be too late.  It is easy to forget about the events prior to the big day like Bridal Portraits, Engagement Parties, and Showers.  If only the bride had started early, their skin would be radiant for all the fun times that come with the big day. 

Much of skin care is trial and error, or requires multiple treatments to achieve the desired look.  We at Magnolia Dermatology want to extend to all of our Brides a list of skin care suggestions for after you say “YES!” 

1. Start Early. 

Once that ring is on your finger, call us! Magnolia Dermatology offers a Free Consultation with our Aesthetician.  At this point, we will sit down wit...

January 23, 2019

Cold Weather is here, and your skin can feel the effects both from the outside cold and from the heat in your home. At Magnolia Dermatology, we have several products that can help with your skin during the cold.  Most of our products can be purchased at our office without an appointment.  If you would like a FREE consultation with our Aesthetician, Trista, regarding our products or services and what works best for you, call 601-910-3004 to make an appointment.   

Here are several tips we recommend: 

  • Use a humidifier at night in your bedroom – this will help your skin and hair.

  • After bathing, apply body oil, lotion or cream to your damp skin to help seal in moisture.  Keep your showers and baths brief with warm water.

  • Use lip and hand cream regularly

  • Use a facial moisturizer, choose one best for your skin type

  • If you are extra dry, use a hydrating serum under your moisturizer for added boost of hydration

  • Continue to exfoliate...

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