Ribbon of Hope Luncheon
Tuesday, October 8-10:30a.m.-1:30p.m.
Join Dayton Skin Care as at the Ribbon of Hope Luncheon as we will be on-site supporting the Women’s Wellness Fund. Listen to USA Olympian Shannon Miller, most decorated Olympic gymnast in American History, as she shares her story of being diagnosed with a rare form of ovarian cancer, how she overcame the battle, and how she is now living cancer free! A special pre-luncheon vendor mall will be on location starting at 10:30 a.m., luncheon starts at 11:45a.m. See event details on FACEBOOK.
Fall Night of Beauty Event at Dayton Skin Care
Dayton Skin Care Specializes in Transplant Dermatology
Did you know that organ transplant recipients have a 100-fold higher risk for developing skin cancer compared to the general population?! Dayton Skin Care knows that transplant patients require special attention due to their increased frequency and aggressiveness of their skin cancers do to medications taken to maintain the transplants. At Dayton Skin Care our goal is to provide early identification and prompt treatment of these skin cancers. Our Board Certified Physicians provide skin cancer screenings, provide preventative therapy, and if a skin cancer warrants further removal our physicians are trained in both nsurgical and nonsurgical treatment of skin cancers including MOHS micrographic surgery. Currently there are less than 21 Transplant Dermatology clinics in the United States. Dayton Skin Care is excited to announce that we provide comprehensive skin care for organ transplant recipients. Dayton Skin Care is the only Transplant Dermatology center in the Dayton and surrounding areas.
Dayton Skin Care now offering Plasma Pen Treatments
PLASMA PEN,the world’s newest most advanced, non-invasive, skin lifting, skin tightening and rejuvenation device used to treat wrinkles, and sagging, dull skin makes its DEBUT at Dayton Skin Care!! Read our BLOG for information.
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-Women’s Lifestyle Expo
Join us at Town & Country Shopping Center for an evening dedicated to women on the go. Come shop, visit our vendor booths and enjoy a health fair focused on women. Childcare will be provided.
Date: Thursday, June 20, 2019
Time: 4:00 PM – 7:00PM EDT
Location: Town & Country Shopping Center, 300 E Stroop Rd, Kettering, Ohio 45429
Dayton Skin Care Training Event
Dr. Donnelly is Crowned with the Prestigious Iron Surgeon Award!
The Iron Surgeon is a friendly competition held at the American Society for Dermatologic Surgery (ASDS) Annual Meeting. This is the largest and most comprehensive educational program in the country devoted exclusively to cosmetic and oncologic dermatologic surgery. Six physicians are invited from across the U.S. to compete and are paired against each other to present an assigned surgical case. The audience members vote for a winner from each pair of competitors based on both the educational content and entertainment value of the presentation. The competitors have fun spoofing each other and the winner receives and audience-awarded gold medal.
The meeting was held in New Orleans and Dr. Donnelly was victorious. She returned to Dayton crowned Iron Surgeon 2016. The coveted gold medal is proudly display at our practice!
Taking care of your skin during winter months
When the cold weather hits, the heaters turn on, and that means dry skin. Luckily, with the right products and regimen, you can prevent that from happening.
“It’s really important to moisturize every day,” Dr. Gwyn King from Dayton Skin Care said. “The best time to capture the moisture in your skin is immediately after showering. If you can pat dry and apply a moisturizer immediately after showering, you can really keep your skin comfortable during the wintertime.”
It’s important to know which type of moisturizer to use and there are three main types: gel, lotion, and cream.
“In summer months or if your skin is particularly oily, a gel is a great choice because it’s going to be the lightest-weight product,” Dr. King said.
If you have combination skin, you probably want to use a lotion because it’s not too heavy or light.
“Over the winter months, if your skin is very dry, a cream is going to be a great choice,” Dr. King said, as it is the heaviest product.
And is it possible to over moisturize?
“You could potentially feel a little greasy if you put too much moisturizer on, but ultimately you’ll know when to stop,” Dr. King said.
And even though it’s wintertime, it’s important to always use sunscreen.
“We really sometimes think we’re protected from UV rays during the winter because the days are shorter and we have more cloud coverage, but the fact is the invisible UV rays that harm our skin come right through the clouds and we are not as protected as we should be.”