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Chemical Sunscreens vs. Mineral Sunscreens: Which One Is Right For You?

Summer is here and it’s heating up out there! That means it’s time to stock up on your favorite sunscreen to protect your skin from the dangerous ultra violet rays that promise to beat down upon you at the lake, the pool, the golf course and everywhere else you’ll be this summer. But is your favorite sunscreen really the one you should be using? “Not all sunscreens are the same,” …Read More

Here Comes The Sun: Five Spring Sun Safety Tips

It seems that our long cold winter is over and we’re starting to see the sun again. After a dreary winter like the one we just experienced, a bright sunny day is the perfect prescription to chase the winter blues away. But you can get too much of a good thing. And too much sun – even spring sun – can cause a number of health-related problems including burned skin …Read More

Psoriasis: Your Questions Answered

A new treatment option offered by Price Skincare Clinic is bringing relief and remission from the painful skin condition known as ‘psoriasis.’ The XTRAC laser, approved for treatment of psoriasis by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration in 2009 offers a number of benefits to patients who suffer from this skin condition. “Psoriasis is a chronic and painful skin condition” said Richard Price, M.D. of Price Skincare Clinic of Madison-Ridgeland, …Read More

Nine Tips to Winterize Your Skin

It’s been a long, cold winter and according to Punxsutawney Phil, the famed groundhog of the annual February 2 ‘Groundhog Day’, we still have a few more weeks to go. “At Price Skin Care, we often stress the dangers of the sun and outdoor elements on your skin,” says Richard Price, M.D. of Price Skin Care Clinic in Ridgeland, MS. “But winter can wreck havoc on your skin as well, …Read More

Set Healthy Skin Care Goals for 2018

January is the traditional time of year when many of us make New Year’s resolutions and set goals for the upcoming year. If you’re setting resolutions for your health, why not set some healthy skin care goals for 2018? Here are some ideas to get you started! Wash Your Face Before Bed You probably wash your face as part of your morning routine, but you should also wash it before …Read More

Give The Gift of Healthy Skin This Christmas!

If you’re looking for some last minute Christmas gifts or stocking stuffers, consider some of our most popular skin care products. Here are a few of our customers’ favorite healthy skin care products. Nu-Derm System for Normal to Dry Skin This is a complete skin care system specially-formulated for normal-to-dry skin. It helps correct hyper-pigmentation such as dark spots or melasma and transforms the appearance of aging skin. (Note: Valid …Read More

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