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Associates In Dermatology SKINformationDecember 2010

Dr. Michael W. SteppieGreetings!

Winter Dry Skin


This time of year it is difficult to keep skin from getting dry, chapped and itchy.  It is important to protect your skin and keep it healthy, moisturized and youthful.

Here are some tips:

  1. Moisturize with ointments, creams or lotions.
  2. Avoid HOT showers- Hot water can break down skin's natural moisturizing lipids.
  3. Use a humidifier to restore moisture in the dry air.
  4. Protect your hands- Apply lotions and ointments to your hands frequently; especially after handwashing.
  5. Dress in layers to keep your body heat in a comfortable range.
  6. Examine your skin care products- Use mild cleansers, alcohol-free toners, and hydrating masks.
  7. Don't forget about sun protection! 

Visit Dr. Steppie's Library to learn more about:
Winter Skin Care 

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Give the gift of healthy skin

SteppieMD will be releasing only 600 units of an all natural premium reserve serum for the holidays.  Be among the first to experience a skin care phenomenon from this award winning Dermatologist.  Pre-register at the website now to reserve yours or to give as a gift before they're gone.
Pre-register today at 
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Give yourself the gift of great skin!

SteppieMD, anti-oxidant with SPF 25, is free of chemicals as well as synthetic fragrances and parabens.  It is safe to use on the entire family, even babies. 

It will be available in a one ounce spray with an easy flip top.  Keep it in your golf bag, purse and diaper bag for easy use.  It is portable and small enough to fit in your pocket when you go to the beach or any outdoor sports like fishing, golfing, tennis, biking, hiking and running.

For more information on sunscreens visit

Dr. Steppie's Library

News & Events

Sat. December 11th: Dr. P. Phillips Hospital celebrates it's 25th Birthday with a Community Day Health Fair Celebration. From 10am - 2pm in the lobby of the hospital.  Stop by and say hello!


'The Big C' - A new comedy/drama series on Showtime about a woman who is diagnosed with Stage IV Melanoma. The series his helping to raise awareness of melanoma.

Skin Cancer Foundation's Understanding Melanoma online for free in December.


Schedule an appointment for your annual total body exam today:

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Dr. Steppie was recently interviewed on WKMG Channel 6 News Orlando about the potential damaging effects of using UV Lights at nail salons.

Dr. Steppie was featured on the cover of Central Florida Lifestyle, Oct 2010.  Read the story:

Dr. Steppie was features in Discovery Health's Mystery Diagnosis about his diagnosis of a family with the rare CTX disorder. See the story here:

Dr. Steppie Dermatologist Detective

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