Protect Skin and Hair This Summer

The best way to protect your skin and hair is to wear sunscreen, a hat, avoid the sun during peak hours and see a dermatologist. Board-certified dermatologists are trained to treat all skin and hair conditions, including acne, aging skin, eczema, excess fat, hair loss, skin cancer, spider veins and wrinkles.
Dr. Paul McAndrews is a board-certified dermatologist and voluntary associate professor in the department of dermatology at USC School of Medicine. He performs hair transplantations, tumescent liposuction, chemical peels, Juvederm, Restylane, Botox injections and other procedures. He is specially trained to provide the highest quality medical, surgical and cosmetic treatments for your skin.
Before having any procedure, a consultation with a dermatologist (not a consultant) should be done to discuss concerns and expectations. McAndrews earned his medical degree at USC School of Medicine, was a dean’s scholar every year and was elected to the National Medical Honor Society. On the National Board Exam, he scored in the top 4% of all interns in the nation. He returned to USC/L.A. County Hospital for a dermatology residency, and earned the distinction as chief resident of the dermatology department.
McAndrews’ office is located at 50 Alessandro Place in Pasadena. For more information, call (626) 405-1155 or visit rejuvenateskin.com.

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