1. How To Protect Skin In The Summer

    Summer is just around the corner and many of us are waxing down our surfboards and getting ready to have fun in the sun! However, sometimes that fun comes at a cost. As the weather gets hotter, our skin tends to never get a break from the sun and heat. And the problem is, exposure to UV rays for anything more than 15 minutes, according to the Mayo Clinic, is enough to damage your skin. But this da…Read More

  2. What Causes Oily Skin? – Part 2

    Hello, and welcome back to our blog here at Skin Rejuvenation Clinic in Minneapolis. In our last blog, we talked about the main causes of oily skin. We mainly talked about stress and all the facets of reducing stress in your life. This is an important part of improving your skin complexion because we live in a high-stress society and it seems like everything we do contributes to this stress in som…Read More

  3. What Causes Oily Skin?

    It can be really frustrating to have oily skin. But that doesn’t mean there’s nothing you can do about it if you do. And most important of all, you need to know what is actually causing your oily skin in the first place. Although many people are under the impression that their oily skin is caused by genetics, there are actually several things that may be causing your skin to become this way, i…Read More

  4. Importance Of Skin Care – Part 2

    Hello, and welcome back to our blog here at Skin Rejuvenation Clinic. In our last blog, we talked about some of the main reasons that skin health is important. We talked about how easily it will injure, disease and infection, and skin cancer. Inevitably, the health of your skin comes down to the foods you eat, using sun protection, using moisturizer, and avoiding serious injury that could cause pe…Read More

  5. Importance Of Skin Care

    As the largest organ in our body, our skin is certainly important to our overall health. Additionally, it has a near endless list of functions including protecting our body from infection, minimizing water loss, and allowing us to feel sensations such as heat, cold, and pressure. Although we think of skin care as showering regularly or applying lotion, the importance of our skin goes far beyond th…Read More

  6. 6 Ways To Reduce Wrinkles

    It can be frustrating waking up one day and noticing that a certain area of your skin is beginning to wrinkle. If you’re over the age of sixty, you probably won’t be surprised when this starts to happen. However, if you’re younger than that, it may seem like the end of the world, especially if the wrinkles are appearing on your face or any other place that’s easily noticeable. The good new…Read More

  7. How To Deal With Dry Skin

    Dry skin is the ultimate nightmare for anyone who likes to take care of their skin. It’s typically an untimely occurrence and can lead to other issues like cracked skin, skin that cuts and scars easily, and dry skin usually becomes dry and will leave flakes everywhere. Nobody wants this! So, how can you avoid it, you may ask? In this blog, we’re going to talk about several ways you can avoid t…Read More

  8. What Is Hyperhidrosis?

    Hyperhidrosis or polyhidrosis is simply the act of excessive sweating. It’s an issue that affects 2-3% of Americans and can affect areas such as the underarms, palms and soles of the feet, and hands. It’s typical for underarm hyperhidrosis to start in adolescence while sweating of the palm and sole start earlier. Hyperhidrosis can be more than just an annoyance, it can be difficult to perform …Read More

  9. How To Keep Healthy Skin This Winter Part 2

    If you read our last blog, you’re probably a little bit more enlightened about how you can keep your skin soft and radiant during the winter. We talked about how you should be bathing, what moisturizers to use, staying hydrated, and wearing plenty of layers. If you haven’t read part one yet, you can read it here. Otherwise, let’s get started with a couple more ways of keeping your skin healt…Read More

  10. How To Keep Healthy Skin This Winter

    If you’re someone who loves being outside and enjoying the weather, winter is most likely not for you. The cold and dry weather will most likely be doing a number to your skin, drying it out and possibly leading to cracks and bleeding. When you go inside and crank up the heater, it’ll only make the problem worse. If you want your skin to stay healthy this winter, read on to find out more. Wash…Read More