Posts From January, 2016

How Early is TOO EARLY for Botox?

BOTOX injections remain popular in the 40+ age group, but have you noticed a younger generation of botox users? It is typical to seek treatment in our 40s to “fix” wrinkles and treat the signs of aging. However, more and more 20-30-year old’s are requesting some type of treatment to PREVENT wrinkles. Often times the treatment they […]

  • Posted on: Jan 29 2016
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10 TIPS and 10 MINUTES THAT MAY SAVE YOUR LIFE

10 TIPS FOR THE 10 MINUTES THAT JUST MIGHT SAVE YOUR LIFE! In the winter, when days are cold and blustery, we are less likely to think about the sun’s harmful rays and the potential for developing skin cancer. However, this is the perfect time to schedule your yearly skin exam with your Dermatologist! If […]

  • Posted on: Jan 25 2016
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Winterize Your Skin – a message from Dr. Asarch

We love living in Colorado, but the extreme climate and high altitude affect our skin in a more intense way than in other regions.  Dry skin is a common complaint in the winter season, many of my patients ask me how to treat this type of skin condition. If you have severe dry skin and […]


TRY THIS SKIN HEALTHY RECIPE TO START YOUR YEAR RIGHT!

We know that eating right benefits our mental and physical well being. It also benefits our skin health. This recipe contains Vit A, C, & E that help reduce inflammation,  fight free radicals, synthesize collagen and encourage cell turnover for healthy, youthful looking skin. Balsalmic Vinegar Chicken Per Serving Calories: 885 Vit A IU: 1150 Vit […]

  • Posted on: Jan 3 2016
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3 Steps to a Healthy NEW YOU in 2016!

During the busy holiday season, we spend our time reflecting on the past year, thinking of others, and feeling the pressure to get everything on our “to do” lists done by the end of the year.  With the arrival of January, there is a sense of relief that the holiday season has passed and a renewed energy for the […]

  • Posted on: Jan 3 2016
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