It’s February, the days are shorter, there is a bitter chill in the air, the central heating is blasting, and there are several more months of winter to go. With the winter months, your face can begin to feel quite dry and tight, as the winter elements and central heating play havoc on your skin.
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Skin cancer in Canada is on the rise. According to the Save Your Skin Foundation, skin cancer is the most commonly diagnosed cancer in Canada. It is important to educate yourself on skin cancer awareness and prevention, making note that most skin cancers are preventable and early detection is key to treating this disease. Not only is the sun damaging in the summer, don’t forget that the sun can be just as damaging in winter or on cloudy days!
As a plastic surgeon working at the Briarwood Cosmetic Surgical Centre, we have a team of experts who are there to provide you, the patient, with options for surgical and non-surgical treatments. One of our experts is Julie Bath, a Medical Aesthetician and Cosmetic Skin Care Specialist, who can provide you with a customized treatment plan for your skin, designed to keep you looking your best.