Your skin is your body’s largest organ and taking care of it is essential to your overall health. A skin checkup lets you know your skin is healthy. It can also identify any early signs skin cancer. Since there aren’t any obvious symptoms in its early stages, skin cancer often goes unnoticed. If left untreated, […]
Do you have an allergy to something you came in contact with or is it irritant contact dermatitis? Speak with Chicago dermatologist Dr. Nilam Amin for diagnosis and solutions.
Acne breakouts is a medical condition that most often can be addressed with the correct treatments. Here are a few questions Chicago dermatologist Dr. Nilam Amin often answers.
People who have a skin disorder suffer all year. June is when many of the related organizations devote time to educating the public and discuss ways to fight them. Here are five disorders that hold various activities in June: Acne Awareness All month is National Acne Awareness Month. Often dismissed as a condition of adolescence, […]
May is Melanoma Awareness Month. Melanoma skin cancer is one of the most dangerous forms of cancer in the United States. It’s never too early or too late to reduce your skin cancer risk.
Rosacea symptoms vary from patient to patient, but there are many things all patients have in common. At Chicago’s Nima Skin Institute, we are here to help you manage your symptoms.
More than half of Americans ages 14 to 49 have had cold sores. The good news is we have effective ways to treat the herpes simples virus (HSV), their cause.
Skin cancer is among the most diagnosed cancers each year that, according to the American Academy of Dermatology, affects one in five people in their lifetime. While some types of skin cancer can be treated effectively, other types, particularly melanoma, can be fatal. Types of Skin Cancer The three commonly diagnosed cancers are Basal Cell […]
Warts are small, usually painless skin growths caused by an infection with human papilloma virus (HPV). We have treatment options.
Nima Skin institute describes Shingles, its symptoms, available vaccines, and treatments.