1. Cryotherapy For Eczema and Psoriasis

    If you live with eczema or psoriasis, you know how uncomfortable it can be. Not only can the sight of the red, flaky patches be embarrassing, but these diseases can be painful and itchy. There are about 31.6 million people with eczema and 7.5 million people with psoriasis in the U.S. alone. Knowing you are not alone may not make you feel better, and knowing that there is no cure certainly won’t;…Read More

  2. About Autoimmune Skin Diseases

    Autoimmune skin diseases are caused by an immune system that does not function properly. Rather than attacking bacteria and viruses, the immune system in someone with an autoimmune disease will attack healthy tissues, mistaking them as foreign invaders. There are many autoimmune diseases that affect the skin. Knowing more about these autoimmune diseases and how to treat them can help people better…Read More

  3. Acne Treatment Mistakes

    Every time you look in the mirror and see a pimple what do you do? Do you instantly prepare your figures to pop that sucker? Do you blot some spot treatment on it and try to ignore it? Do you excessively wash your face trying to rid your skin of those blemishes? How you treat your acne is important. While some methods may help keep your acne at bay, others may make your blemishes worse and cause m…Read More

  4. The Best Ways to Treat Acne

    Acne affects millions of people. It is the most common skin condition in the United States, but that doesn’t mean that those affected don’t mind walking around with blemishes on their face. Acne can be uncomfortable and embarrassing, can kill a person’s self-esteem, and can make looking in the mirror hard. We get it. While it may be common, that doesn’t make it something you should just de…Read More

  5. The Difference Between Medical Facials and Spa Facials

    Facials are a great way to treat yourself, relax, and enjoy some pampering. However, there are two types of facials — spa facials and medical facials. The difference between these two facials may seem obvious, but there may be a few differences that will help you choose one over the other. Depending on what you want a facial for, one of these facial types will be a better choice for you than the…Read More

  6. Ingredients to Avoid in Skin Care Products

    When shopping for skin care products, facial cleansers, or even makeup, what do you look for? Do you look for a label on the front that tells you what the product can do? Do you look at the brand name? Do you judge a skin care product by its bottle? Or do you flip it over and read through the long list of words that are too fancy not to be made up and determine if the ingredients are good for your…Read More

  7. What to Expect When You Get a CryoFacial

    When you finally decide to head to the spa or a dermatologist to get a facial, it can be very overwhelming. There are a ton of different facial types, technologies, and techniques that all claim to be the most beneficial. But how are you supposed to know which facial type is best for you? How are you supposed to know which to get? How can you trust the newest facials in the industry? These are all…Read More

  8. Benefits of Cryotherapy

    Cryotherapy is the latest trend in skin care and wellness. The word “cryo” comes from the Greek word “krous,” meaning “icy,” or “cold”. Using any ice or exposure to very cold temperatures as a treatment of any kind of physical ailment counts as cryotherapy. At Azeal Dermatology Institute, our specialized Cryo treatment packages target the specific results you want to see. That bein…Read More

  9. Ingredients to Looks For in Your Skin Care Products

    When you shop for skin care products, do you shop based on the brand, the skin benefits it claims to offer, the color of the bottle, or maybe it was recommended to you? There are many reasons why we choose the skin care products that we choose. Perhaps you have tried numerous cleansers, lotions, masks, and scrubs until you found the one that left your skin feeling and looking better. Or maybe you …Read More

  10. Myths About Sunscreen and Burns

    It has been hot in Colorado lately, which has got us thinking about sunburns. While it may be fun spending your evenings by Boulder Reservoir, soaking up the rays, cooling off in the water, and enjoying a beautiful day, that fun can end quickly when that nice tan you are working on turns into a brutal burn. Sunburns are never fun and they can be difficult to heal. You likely have heard different m…Read More