Roberta Beals, DO

Doctor Biography

After graduating from Northern Arizona University, Dr. Beals embarked on her medical degree at Kirksville College of Medicine and completed residency in Fort Worth, TX. The University of North Texas Health Science Center provided a diversified experience and she stayed three more years training residents and medical students for Family Medicine.

Dr. Beals has been serving the people of West Texas and Eastern New Mexico since 1999. Board Certified in Family Medicine and Anti- aging Medicine she can provide a wide variety of treatments for her patients.

Dr. Beals will offer traditional medical therapies in concert with Bio-identical hormones, nutrition and aesthetic care. She endeavors to treat the whole person. Quality of Life is an important goal for Dr. Beals and she wants to help people reach theirs.  As the owner of “Healthy Skin Clinic” she is able to provide aesthetic medical services for West Texas and Eastern New Mexico. Patients can receive a wide variety of procedures like Botox and filler injections to Laser treatments for skin damage and tattoo removal.

On the Blog


By | Beals

The CDC and Texas Medical Association has shared reports of a rise of West Nile, Dengue, and Chikungynya infections in Texas this season. Dr. Roberta Beals of the Healthy Skin Clinic in Lubbock says “Zika is also a concern when it comes to these pesky pests. We can all take steps to help avoid infection.” To help keep the community safe, avoid mosquito bites and to reduce mosquito populations, such as:

  • Regularly applying EPA-registered insect repellent while outdoors.
  • Dumping out all standing water inside and outside homes and businesses so mosquitoes can’t lay eggs.
  • Using air-conditioning or making sure window and door screens are in good repair to keep mosquitoes out.
  • By covering-up skin with long sleeves and long pants to help prevent bites.

DEET (N,N-diethyl-3-methylbenzamide) better known as insect repellant has specific recommendations for use from physicians. The more mosquitos you’re exposed to the higher concentration of DEET you need to use. A product containing 10 to 35 percent DEET is adequate in most circumstances, with higher concentrations reserved for situations in which: insect infestation is high, the repellent may be partially washed off, or time outdoors will exceed three to four hours. Microencapsulated formulations are preferred, as these protect longer with lower concentrations of active repellent. DEET should be used carefully and only as directed. It can be used safely by pregnant women and applied once daily to children older than two months of age (Breisch, UpToDate, 2019). Twenty percent picaridin (aka Saltidin) is a good alternative for people who wish to avoid the unpleasant characteristics of DEET and are willing to accept a somewhat shorter-acting repellent. For concerns about their health or information on insect repellants such as Saltidin plant-based alternatives to DEET, people can call or text the Healthy Skin Clinic at 806.790.5964.

Provider Profile


Dr. Roberta Beals Discusses Self Image and Personal Appearance
Dr. Roberta Beals Discusses Skin Cancer Awareness
Dr. Roberta Beals Discusses Rosacea
Dr. Roberta Beals Discusses Getting Rid of Wrinkles
Dr. Roberta Beals Discusses Hormone Replacement Therapy
Dr. Roberta Beals Discusses Causes of Inflammation
Dr. Roberta Beals Discusses the Cool Sculpting Procedure


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