Got Breakouts? You’re Not Alone! A self-love trend is afoot on social media – the movement to normalize acne. As a dermatologist, I think it’s brilliant! Teens and young adults are sharing pictures of their makeup-free faces with acne and calling for acne to be accepted. It’s part of a #skinpositivity https://www.instagram.com/explore/tags/skinpositivity/ movement, and it’s […]
Help reduce breakouts and wrinkles with these dermatologist’s tips Are you an adult who still suffers from acne with blackheads, pimples, blemishes and scarring? Are you also starting to see early signs of sun damage such as crow’s feet and crepey skin? Have you been singled out by the universe for a rare and cruel […]
The Hidden, Emotional Effects of Acne Breakouts are no fun. Not only can pimples look bad and cause physical pain, they can cause emotional issues too. In fact, a new European study asserts that when you suffer from acne, you are also more likely to suffer emotionally. Researchers found that over half of the acne […]
Look Your Best in the New Year with these Dermatologist’s Tips. Are you ready to ring in the New Year’ with a new-and-improved complexion with the best skin care products for 2018? Have you decided to dedicate your time, energy and efforts to getting healthier – including ditching your skin problems? Is your only question […]
The Best Skin Care Products for Acne What are the best skin care products for acne and how do you know if a product is making you break out? Well, you’ve seen the words “non-comedogenic” or “non-acnegenic.” Do they really mean anything, and how important are they for you if you suffer from acne? How […]
Take the time to wash your face and apply your acne skin care products every morning and every night during the holidays.
Acne is bigger than just the zit on your chin or the blackheads on your nose. Acne is an inflammatory condition!
My Retinol Night Cream is pharmaceutical grade, the highest concentration available. It’s packaged in an airtight container that blocks light and is entirely hypoallergenic.
Eating milk-based foods activates systems in the skin that lead to changes in the pores. The link between dairy and acne is now scientifically proven and both of these women figured it out for themselves.
Salicylic acid originates from willow bark and has been used for over 2000 years to treat many maladies, including skin problems. I’ve used SA in my dermatology practice for years. It works best when added in cleansers and treatment pads. As always, sun protection is important during acne treatment to prevent hyper-pigmentation.