Have you tried V2 Beauty Booster? This treatment will give you a glowing hydrated and youthful look, perfect for refreshing your face and dealing with dehydrated skin and fine lines. As we age, and certainly more noticeable in our mid 30’s, our skin becomes thinner and its...
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PRP is a new and promising arena in hair growth and rejuvenation treatment. Simple and cost-effective, PRP is a feasible treatment option for androgenic alopecia, with high overall patient satisfaction. Hair loss or baldness affects up to a staggering 80% of men and 50% of w...
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It’s a safe bet that any of Skin Centre’s dermatologists would have a resume packed to the brim with impressive accomplishments. Dr Junie Wong is no exception. Joining the team in October 2018, Junie’s C.V. is overflowing with credentials; including multiple scholarshi...
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If you’re up to speed with the previous chapters in Skin Centre’s 6-part blog series on Skin Cancer, then you’ve heard the bad news. You’ll know that New Zealanders can’t afford to be complacent, with an ever-increasing risk of developing a skin cancer of some sort...
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If you live in New Zealand, there’s every chance you’ll know we have high rates of melanoma. You may even be sick of hearing about it. Unfortunately, not everyone’s listening, because our statistics are alarming. In March 2016, New Zealand was shown to overtake Austral...
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Did you know that 20,000 more New Zealanders will develop non-melanoma cancers this year than they did in 2006.? It’s time to get serious about skin cancer. Here’s the low-down on squamous cell carcinoma - New Zealand’s second most dangerous skin cancer. In a recent bl...
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If you’ve had a chance to read other posts in our six-part skin cancer blog series, you’ll know there are three main types of skin cancers: melanoma*(blog), squamous cell carcinoma*(blog) (SCC) and basal cell carcinoma (BCC); listed from most to least life-threatening. Y...
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Beware of Black Salve

December 6, 2018
SCHAUMBURG, Ill. (May 11, 2016) — Patients considering home remedies for skin cancer should consult a dermatologist. The idea of a home remedy that can cure skin cancer may sound appealing, but dermatologists will tell you it’s too good to be true. According to&...
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Prevention is the single best way to avoid the debilitating costs of skin cancer and technology is an indispensable ally in that goal. Disease has an undeniable cost attached and skin cancer is among the worst offenders. As New Zealand’s most common form of cancer, it is r...
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What do you need to look for?  There are three common  types of skin cancer: Melanoma, Basal Cell Carcinoma and Squamous Cell Carcinoma. Each has their own set of specific signs, but for self-examination, there are general warning signs to look out for:  A sk...
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