Skin Conditions, Care Topics of RiverView’s Feb. 1st Health Luncheon

1/23/2018

For some, winter means ice skating, sledding and hot chocolate. For many though, winter means dry, rough and itchy skin.

Because cold air has much less moisture than warm air, dry skin in the winter months is common. Our strong Minnesota winds can also strip skin of its liquid and contribute to dry skin. But if you know what causes your skin irritation and how to prevent it, you can have healthy skin and a beautiful glow all year round, according to Rebekah Aakre, FNP-C.

Aakre specializes in dermatology at RiverView Health and will share tips on how to deal with dry skin and a variety of other issues at RiverView’s Feb. 1st health luncheon “A Healthy Glow’’. Aakre has been offering dermatology services at RiverView since July 2016.

It’s no secret that as we age our skin becomes thinner and drier. Along with age comes wrinkles, age spots, dark circles and large pores. While you can’t control your age or the weather, you can control numerous other factors that accelerate the aging process. At the Feb. 1st event, Aakre will explain common skin conditions that present in adults and will review products on the market that are beneficial for those conditions. She’ll also discuss the importance of a daily skin regimen and ways to prevent skin cancer.

The luncheon will be held in Meeting Room #1 of RiverView Health, 323 S. Minnesota Street, Crookston. Meeting Room #1 is located near the RiverView Clinic entrance on the north side of the building and across from the elevators on first floor.

The luncheon series is in its 20th year of sponsorship by RiverView Health. All men and women interested in improving their health are invited to attend. Each luncheon starts a few minutes past noon and luncheons are kept under one hour so those needing to return to work can attend. Pre-registration is required. A boxed lunch can be purchased for $3, but must be ordered while pre-registering for the event. Call Holly Anderson at 218-281-9745 for additional information and to pre-register.

 

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