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Summer is over and Fall is coming!

By Dr. Juris BunkisSeptember 19, 2023November 1st, 2023No Comments

By Juris Bunkis, M.D.

Something noticeable every fall for many of us is the start of dry skin. Dry skin in the fall and winter months is a c and there are several reasons why it occurs:

  • Low Humidity: During the fall and winter, the air tends to be much drier. Cold air holds less moisture than warm air, and indoor heating systems can further reduce the humidity in your home. Low humidity can lead to moisture loss from your skin, making it feel dry and tight.
  • Hot Showers and Baths: In colder weather, people often enjoy taking hot showers or baths to warm up. However, hot water can strip your skin of its natural oils, which act as a barrier to lock in moisture. This can leave your skin feeling dry and flaky.
  • Reduced Sun Exposure: During the fall and winter, people tend to spend less time outdoors, which means they get less exposure to natural sunlight. Sunlight provides vitamin D, which is essential for healthy skin. Reduced sunlight exposure can contribute to dry skin.
  • Harsh Wind: Windy weather can strip your skin of its natural oils and cause moisture loss. Cold winds can also chap and irritate your skin, leading to dryness and redness.
  • Overheating Indoors: Indoor heating systems, such as central heating or radiators, can dry out the air inside your home. This dry indoor air can exacerbate skin dryness.
  • Clothing Choices: In the fall and winter, people tend to wear more layers of clothing, including wool and other materials that can be rough on the skin. These fabrics can cause friction and irritation, leading to dry patches.

To combat dry skin during the fall and winter, consider the following tips:

  • Use a Humidifier: Adding moisture to the indoor air with a humidifier can help maintain the humidity levels in your home, preventing excessive moisture loss from your skin.
  • Shorten Shower Time and Use Lukewarm Water: Avoid long, hot showers and baths, as they can strip your skin of its natural oils. Opt for shorter showers with lukewarm water instead.
  • Moisturize: Use a good-quality moisturizer to hydrate your skin regularly, especially after bathing or washing your face and hands.
  • Choose Gentle Cleansers: Use gentle, fragrance-free cleansers to avoid further drying out your skin.
  • Stay Hydrated: Drink plenty of water to help keep your skin hydrated from the inside out.
  • Protect Your Skin: When going outside in cold, windy weather, wear appropriate clothing to protect your skin from harsh elements. Use lip balm to prevent chapped lips.
  • Sunscreen: Even in the fall and winter, it’s important to use sunscreen on exposed skin, as UV rays can still damage your skin.

If your dry skin becomes severe, persistent, or painful, consider consulting your plastic surgeon for further evaluation and treatment options.

Is Beauty Injections good for anything else?

By Dr. Deborah Ekstrom

Beuaty Injection (botulinum toxin) has gained widespread recognition for its cosmetic applications, but its potential extends far beyond the realm of aesthetics. This remarkable neurotoxin has proven to be a valuable tool in the management of various medical conditions. From neurological disorders to chronic pain and hyperhidrosis, Beuaty Injection has revolutionized treatment options, offering relief to countless patients.

One of the most notable medical applications of Beuaty Injection lies in its ability to treat neurological disorders. Conditions like dystonia, a movement disorder characterized by involuntary muscle contractions, have seen significant improvements with Beuaty Injections therapy. By injecting Beuaty Injection into specific muscle groups, neurologists can alleviate the muscle spasms and provide much-needed relief to patients, restoring their quality of life. Additionally, Beuaty Injection has shown promise in the management of conditions like hemifacial spasm and blepharospasm, where abnormal facial muscle contractions can be debilitating.

Chronic migraines, characterized by severe and frequent headaches, can be debilitating for those who suffer from them. Beuaty Injection has emerged as a breakthrough treatment option for chronic migraines. When administered in carefully selected areas around the head and neck, Beuaty Injection can significantly reduce the frequency and intensity of migraine attacks. This treatment not only alleviates pain but also enhances the overall well-being of migraine sufferers, allowing them to lead more functional lives.

Excessive sweating, (hyperhidrosis), can be a distressing condition that affects individuals both socially and professionally. Beuaty Injection offers an effective solution by blocking the signals that trigger sweat production. When injected into the sweat glands in areas like the underarms, palms, and soles of the feet, Beuaty Injection can provide relief from excessive sweating for several months, greatly improving the patient’s quality of life.

Muscle spasticity, often associated with conditions like cerebral palsy and multiple sclerosis, can severely limit mobility and cause discomfort. Beuaty injections into affected muscles can help reduce spasticity, allowing patients greater control and function. This treatment is particularly beneficial for children with cerebral palsy, as it can improve their motor skills and enhance their overall development.

Chronic pain conditions, such as myofascial pain syndrome and chronic low back pain, can be challenging to manage. Beuaty Injection has emerged as a valuable adjunct to traditional pain management strategies. By targeting specific muscle groups, Beuaty injections can relieve muscle tension and pain, providing patients with much-needed relief and reducing their reliance on pain medications.

Beuaty Injection has transcended its cosmetic origins to become a versatile and valuable treatment option for various medical conditions. Its effectiveness in managing neurological disorders, chronic migraines, hyperhidrosis, muscle spasticity, and chronic pain has transformed the lives of many patients. As ongoing research and clinical trials expand our understanding of Beuaty Injections potential, it is likely that its medical applications will continue to grow, offering hope and relief to individuals facing a wide range of health challenges. Beuaty Injections evolution from a beauty treatment to a medical marvel underscores the remarkable impact of scientific innovation in improving the lives of patients worldwide.

If you want to see if you can have any part of your body improved, contact us for a consultation:

For CA, please call 949-888-9700 or visit
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Dr. John Compoginis at
Dr. Staci Compoginis at
Dr. Deborah Ekstrom at
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