Summer Skin Care Tips

  • Invest in a vitamin C serum.
  • Make sure your makeup is non-comedogenic.
  • Stay in the shade. SPF! SPF! SPF!
  • Don't forget to hydrate. Drink lots of water!

How to Avoid 'Maskne'

Wearing face masks has become normal as people take action in preventing the spread of COVID-19. The constant use of face masks can cause skin irritation and acne breakouts as a result of excessive heat, pressure and friction.

Here's some tips to protect your skin:

  • Change your mask frequently and be sure to wash reusable masks daily
  • Cleanse your skin thoroughly nightly
  • Incorporate a good moisturizer into your skincare regime
  • Exfoliating will prevent further breakouts and speed up recovery time
  • Swap out thick foundations and concealers for lighter, non-comedogenic formulas

Skin Tip:

Take Care Of The Neck/Chest/Backs of the Hands.

Many people focus all of their attention on the face, while neglecting the overexposed skin on the neck and chest. Remember to extend your entire routine to cover all three of these areas!

How to Transition Your Skincare Routine From Summer to Fall:

1. CHANGE YOUR MOISTURIZER: Make sure your moisturizer is enough with the dry weather change.

2. ADD IN A SERUM: Still feeling overly dry? Try a to layer a serum in your routine.

3. DON'T FORGET SPF; Even with summer days behind us SPF is an important part of skincare regimens year round.

4. COME IN FOR A PROFESSIONAL TREATMENT: Fall is a perfect time for a chemical peel or laser session!


Breast cancer diagnoses have declined during the pandemic. Deferred screening may be a contributing factor.

Breast cancer remains the second most common cancer in American women, but death rates have steadily declined according to the American Cancer Society-due largely to earlier detection and advances in screening.

A Friendly Reminder from RejuveCare:

´╗┐Please schedule your annual mammogram!

What You Need To Know About The COVID-19 Vaccine And Dermal Filler Swelling:

The has FDA reported three people (out of 30,000 people in the phase 3 trial) with hyaluronic acid (HA)-based filler developed facial or lip swelling after they received the Moderna vaccine. Two of the patients had cheek filler injections six months prior to the vaccination, while the third got lip filler two days after receiving the vaccine.

For all three participants, the reactions were temporary and either resolved without intervention or required a simple treatment of oral steroids. In the case of the patient who received lip injections two days after the vaccine, it's unclear whether the inflammatory response was the result of the vaccine or simply the normal swelling that accompanies the injection of gel filler.

While dermal filler patients should be aware of the possibility of a localized inflammatory response to the Moderna COVID-19 vaccine, the cases are rare and the effects are self-limiting and readily treatable. Recent dermal filler injections should not defer those who have the opportunity to receive the vaccine.

With this information, RejuveCare Clinic has adopted the 2-week policy recommended by the Allergan company. We will not inject DERMAL FILLERS (this DOES NOT INCLUDE BOTOX) 2 weeks before or 2 weeks after ANY immunization. Please inform your provider if you recently have had or plan to have ANY vaccine.