SKIN & VEIN INSTITUTE IS PLEASED TO OFFER VIDEO VISITS AND ARE OPEN FOR EMERGENT VISITS!

While our community faces the effects of COVID-19, we are doing our part to continue to care for all of your skin needs. Although many of our visits require hands-on exam and treatments, certain skin issues can be effectively managed over a video conference! Some examples include acne, rosacea, psoriasis, eczema, and certain rashes. We are using a HIPPA compliant platform, it is encrypted, easy to use, and a great way to safely review your skin concerns with your doctor.

We have openings as early as next week - so book now!

Please email info@saviderm.com or call (760) 452-2080 and leave a message for someone to call you back if you would like to set up an appointment for a video visit!

If you’re experiencing a dermatologic emergency please call or email us and we will see you in the office.

Sincerely,
Dr. Lloyd and her fantastic staff
477 N El Camino Real, Suite D304 Encinitas CA, United States | Directions
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No more dry skin this winter

No more dry skin this winter

Winter is not exactly kind to our skin. In fact, it is a time when our skin suffers the worst form of damage with excess dryness and increased UV exposure.

The lack of humidity in the air dries the skin, making it itchy, red and flaky, and even causing cracking and bleeding. Plus, most people are more lax with sunscreen because it is “winter” however, the damaging UV rays are still present and are more intense in areas with snow to reflect them back to your skin. Needless to say, this leads to long-term damage. However, it is within our means to minimize this damage.

  • The cold weather forces us to use hot water to wash and bathe, but hot water dries the skin further. Limit bath times to five to 10 minutes once a day, and try to use warm or lukewarm water instead of hot water.
  • Retain skin moisture by applying a thick cream twice a day. Vaseline is a good alternative although some people don’t like it due to its greasiness. Apply a moisturizer on the hands each time after washing your hands as hands tend to dry even more. Skip products containing alcohol or fragrances which dry the skin even further.
  • Use broad spectrum sunscreen SPF every day no matter what.
  • Get rid of the dead skin cells on the face with a gentle exfoliation process. Don’t overdo this however, as excessive exfoliation could damage the skin. Twice a month is enough.
  • Don’t scratch or wear materials which irritate the skin.
  • Dr. Amanda Lloyd and her team are here to help you if winter is wreaking havoc on your skin. She will evaluate your skin, make an assessment and give you suggestions on how to improve your skin’s heath.

Board-Certified Dermatologist Dr. Amanda Lloyd effectively tackles all skin issues including dry winter skin in Encinitas, CA. Call Skin and Vein Institute at (760) 642-6674 to book an appointment with her.



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Meet Dr. Amanda Lloyd

DR. AMANDA LLOYD HAS BEEN SERVING HER PATIENTS MORE THAN 15 YEARS. Dr. Amanda Lloyd

Board-Certified Dermatologist Dr. Amanda Lloyd has expertise ranging from cosmetic to cancerous. After completing her Bachelor’s degree, Medical Degree and Dermatology residency, she established the Skin & Vein Institute in Encinitas, CA. She is an authority on cosmetic dermatology and injectables, laser therapies, venous disease treatments and skin cancer surgery with cosmetic reconstruction. Additional training with Mohs Surgery and cosmetic dermatology fellowship, many published articles and textbook chapters have enhanced her profile.

Dr. Lloyd’s well-rounded approach to skin care, health, and appearance and membership in many dermatology associations have gained her respect among peers. She regularly lectures her peers at the dermatologic national meetings.

She has earned her patients trust as a dermatology authority who wants to make them look their best so they Look Stunning, Always.

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