Skin Joy Dermatology Blog

Holistic Dermatology – Tips and Tricks While Stuck Indoors

As a result of the current COVID-19 pandemic, understanding the things you can accomplish at home to help your skin is more important now than ever before. We’ll teach you about holistic dermatology and what exactly you can do to curb breakouts and get started keeping...

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Keeping Your Skin Healthy Even During Tough Times

Everyone strives for clear and healthy skin but achieving your skincare goals is not always easy. As COVID-19 continues to disrupt our daily lives, we must adjust our normal routines so we can still accomplish objectives while staying safe.  Just because you are...

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Five Tips to Keep Your Skin Hydrated This Winter

Five Tips to Keep Your Skin Hydrated This Winter

Five Tips to Keep Your Skin Hydrated This Winter  By Dr. Saya Obayan Dry, cold weather outside in combination with indoor heating can completely change the texture and dryness of your skin. You may notice your skin getting dry and itchy, your hands getting rough...

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Acne: Let’s Talk About It

According to the American Academy of Dermatology, about 40 to 50 million Americans have acne. Although most people think teenagers or young adults are who get acne, it can actually occur at any age, regardless of gender. Acne may not be life-threatening, but for some...

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Acne Scarring and Treatment

Everything You Should Know About Acne Scarring and Treatment Image Source: American Academy of Dermatology In continuation of this month’s topic on acne and acne scarring, we’re diving into treatments for both. Get ready to take notes!   Acne treatments It is...

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Psoriasis: More Common Than You Think

It’s August which means it’s Psoriasis Awareness Month! Starting with this blog, this next series will provide general information about psoriasis, as well as its comorbidities, diagnoses and treatments.   Psoriasis is a chronic inflammatory skin condition...

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Psoriasis: Diagnosis and Treatments

In continuing our series of blog posts on psoriasis, we’re diving into the diagnosis and treatments. See our previous blog posts with general information about psoriasis, its comorbidities and chronic conditions associated with psoriasis.  A dermatologist or doctor...

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Removing Keloids

What are Keloids? As part of the healing process, it’s common for scars to form following an injury, such as a cut or burn or even severe acne. However, for some people, the scar becomes larger than the original wound and forms what is known as a keloid. Keloids are...

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We are happy to be back in the office offering in person appointments!

We continue to maintain our highest standards of sterilization and have hand sanitizers available. We require you wear a mask to your appointment, as mandated by the Texas medical board.

If you are experiencing fever, cough, cold or flu symptoms, or diarrhea, please schedule a virtual appointment so we can take care of you safely.

Please text or call us or click the “book online” button to request an in person or virtual appointment. Visit our Teledermatology page to learn more about virtual visits.

We are committed to keeping your skin healthy in the safest way possible.