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Hyperhidrosis Could be the Cause of Too Much Sweat

Hyperhidrosis is a medical condition that causes excessive sweating that is not necessarily related to heat or exercise. Messages from your brain usually tell your body when to produce sweat, either to keep you cool in warm temperatures or as a reaction to anxiety. However, with hyperhidrosis, excessive sweating occurs regardless of the physical or […]

Skincare Tips for Diabetes Patients

5 Skin Tips for People with Diabetes

According to the 2017 National Diabetes Statistics Report there are 30.3 million people with diabetes (9.4% of the US population) including 23.1 million people who are diagnosed and 7.2 million people (23.8%) undiagnosed. Patients with diabetes are more susceptible to skin infections, especially on the feet and on the skin of the ear. More than […]

How Chemical Peels Rejuvenate the Skin

Sun exposure can cause discoloration of the skin as well as roughness and wrinkling. This damaged skin can be repaired to a large degree with a variety of rejuvenating treatments. One of the methods that restores the skin’s natural beauty without significant downtime is a chemical peel. Peels are a great way to brighten the […]

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What is Melasma & How to Treat It

In addition to wonderful memories, summer can leave behind unwanted darkening of the skin.  Persistent hyper-pigmentation of the face, called Melasma, occurs on the cheeks, bridge of nose, forehead, upper lip and occasionally the forearms.  It is similar in appearance to age spots, but the dark patches cover a larger area. Melasma occurs in all […]

Hair Treatments: Separating Fact from Fiction, Part I

Hair loss is one of the most complicated issues in Dermatology. There are numerous potential causes including auto-immune conditions, hormonal abnormalities, nutritional deficiencies, malignancies and heredity. In addition to the challenges of establishing a diagnosis, the remedies are neither fool-proof nor universally beneficial. Unlike many other areas in medicine, studies on hair growth medications and […]

Check out our July Specials

Treat your double chin! KYBELLA® is the only FDA approved injectable treatment for men and women to improve the appearance and profile of moderate to severe fat below the chin (submental fat), also called “double chin.” PROMOTION: Purchase one KYBELLA treatment during the month of July and receive a free one to use within 12 months. Call […]

Get your face ready for summer!

Say goodbye to aging lines! Get any Restylane facial filler and receive a FREE product from the options below. WHEN: Tuesday, June 20 RESERVATIONS: Call us at 301-652-8081 Revision Finishing Touch This serious facial exfoliation scrub removes dead, dehydrated surface cells from the skin for an immediate soft, smooth appearance. Revision Black Mask This intensive […]

Why Rosy Cheeks are Not Always a Good Thing

Rosy cheeks are seen as a sign of a good thing when considering a beautiful blush, or a good workout. Permanent redness, however, is evidence a of chronic skin disorder called rosacea.   Rosacea is very common and yet many people don’t know they have it.  Worst of all it can spread if left untreated — […]

Spring is the Best Time for Sclerotherapy: Spider Vein Treatment

Spring is in the air! As you clear out your closet of winter clothes and try on your new summer wardrobe, check to see if your legs are ready for short skirts and bathing suits. If you notice that you’ve got some red and blue veins that make you reluctant to show your legs, now […]

Look Your Best This Spring – March Cosmetic Specials

Get a Dysport Injection (abobotulinumtoxinA) and receive 50% off Revision DEJ Face Cream. Dysport is an injection to temporarily improve the look of moderate to severe frown lines between the eyebrows.DEJ Face Cream by Revision Skincare is a product containing a proprietary ceramide blend, specialized herbal extracts and a unique peptide combination for improvement in […]



Dr. Skelsey and her team were invited to take part in a sun safety program at the Australian Embassy on June 3 where Sid the Seagull…



On Friday, May 6, 2016, The Washington Ballet took a proactive approach to keeping its performers healthy by offering skin cancer screenings…