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Vitiligo: Your Questions Answered

Imagine waking up one day and noticing that a small patch of your skin is fading in color. You might think nothing of it until that patch gets larger – and more patches follow. During an online search of your symptoms, you discover a funny sounding word called, ‘vitiligo.’ You read about the condition and are relieved to learn that it isn’t painful and doesn’t present a health danger. But …Read More

Price Skin Care Offers New XTRAC Laser Treatment for Psoriasis and Vitiligo

Price Skin Care is offering new XTRAC laser treatment for those with psoriasis or vitiligo. “We’re excited about the benefits that our new XTRAC laser treatment offers to patients with mild, moderate or severe psoriasis as well as those who suffer from vitiligo,” said Richard Price, M.D. of Price Skin Care Clinic in Ridgeland, Mississippi. “XTRAC treatments are quick, painless, and produce significant improvement for these conditions.” The XTRAC Difference …Read More

15 Ways to Drink More Water for Healthier Skin

You may know that water plays a critical role in the health of your circulatory, respiratory, excretory and nervous systems. But did you know that you should drink more water for healthier skin? “The skin is your body’s largest organ and needs plenty of water to keep it healthy and in good working order” says Richard Price, M.D. of Price Skin Care Clinic of Ridgeland, Mississippi. “You can keep your …Read More

What The Color of Your Skin Says About Your Skin Cancer Risk
Part 2: Why Redheads Are at Higher Risk for Melanoma

In this three-part series we look at the skin cancer risks of three skin color types including those with dark skin, red hair, and fair skin. Our goal is to dispel any myths that might surround these skin color types and advocate healthy skin care practices for everyone. In Part 2 of this series we look at ‘Why Redheads Are At Higher Risks for Melanoma’. While only one to two …Read More

What The Color of Your Skin Says About Your Skin Cancer Risk
Part 1: The Surprising Truth About Dark Skin and Skin Cancer Risk

In this three-part series we look at the skin cancer risks of three skin color types including those with dark skin, red hair, and fair-skin. Our goal is to dispel any myths that might surround these skin color types and advocate healthy skin care practices for everyone. In Part 1 of this series we look at ‘The Surprising Truth about Dark-Skin and Skin Cancer Risk’ It might shock you to …Read More

Pack Your Summer Skincare Survival Kit and Protect Your Skin

Everyone knows to keep a First Aid Kit handy during the summer months when Americans engage in summer fun outdoor activities. But did you know that there are eight essential things you should keep in your ‘Summer Skincare Survival Kit’ to protect your skin and the skin of your loved ones? . It’s summertime and as the old song says, ‘the livin’ is easy’. But it won’t be easy if …Read More

Which of These 10 Sunscreen Mistakes Are You Making?

As Americans, most of us have worn sunscreen our entire lives. Most of us can remember waiting for our parents to slather us in creamy, white, coconut-scented lotion before donning our floaties and jumping into the cool summer waters. Like many things we learned as children – such as making our bed, tying our shoelaces and brushing our teeth – we develop a routine for getting it done. But sometimes, …Read More

Know Your Moles

In recognition of the month of May as National Skin Cancer Awareness Month, Price Skincare Clinic is running a series of blog posts on Melanoma, the deadliest form of skin cancer in the United States. In this article, we encourage you to know your moles and learn to recognize any changes occurring in them that may indicate skin cancer. Do you know your moles? If you’re like most adults, you …Read More

Warning Signs of Stage 4 Melanoma

In recognition of the month of May as National Skin Cancer Awareness Month, Price Skincare Clinic is running a series of blog posts on Melanoma, the deadliest form of skin cancer in the United States. In this article, we cover the warning signs of stage 4 melanoma. As we saw in the last article, ‘Know Your Melanoma ABC’s’, melanoma is the deadliest form of skin cancer and stage 4 is …Read More

Know Your Melanoma ABCDE’s

In recognition of the month of May as National Skin Cancer Awareness Month, Price Skincare Clinic is running a series of blog posts on Melanoma, the deadliest form of skin cancer in the United States. Some Melanoma Facts: In 2016, some 75,000 people were diagnosed with invasive melanomas. Each year, some 10,000 people die from melanoma-related illnesses. Exposure to the sun is one of the highest risk factors for melanoma …Read More