One of the memorable moments of Dr. Bailey’s dermatology career came when one of her patient’s cancer treatments went from 15+ per visit to three per visit. This woman suffered from rosacea and facial seborrhea, and she developed facial skin cancers and precancers at an astounding rate. Dr. Bailey added a product with active green tea antioxidants to the patient’s skin care routine, along with a zinc oxide sunscreen, and was floored! These simple steps drastically changed the patient’s face and her overall health.
Are You Planning to Get a Sunburn This Memorial Day Weekend? Have you in the past? Have your children, friends, or spouse? Memorial Day Weekend is the ‘gateway to sunny fun’ for us all! I always think about having friends over for a BBQ, going for a hike, going to the beach, or an activity that […]
1 in 5 Americans will get skin cancer in their life. The first Monday in May is Melanoma Monday, and the American Academy of Dermatology has set aside this day to raise awareness about skin cancer.
For Part 1, please click here. A recent study has shown exercising 2.5 hours a week may slow Parkinson’s progression. 3,400 patients in N. America, the Netherlands, and Israel participated in the study. Parkinson’s disease damages a person’s ability to move. Participants that exercised 150 minutes a week were able to stand up from a chair, […]
It’s officially Spring! I advise everyone to start each season with fresh sunscreen. Believe me, you don’t exactly remember what abuse your products suffered at the end of last summer – quality time in a hot car or beach bag perhaps?
Countries with healthy diets and lifestyles, as well as access to health care are predicted to top 90 years of age! Will your skin be ready? Is your largest organ being well cared for now, so that it’s ready for extra years of service in your increasing lifespan?
You’ll see game-changing results when you apply retinol at night, and a zinc oxide sunscreen in the morning. Get 15% off this professional anti-aging combination!
Cold winter weather makes it hard to want to go outdoors, short days make you want to be home and cozy, and good TV shows keep you up and make you want to sleep in. I need motivation, and it just came into my email box from the National Cancer Institute.
For years, I’ve been writing the articles on my website with the goal of sharing tips and advice from my dermatology practice. I started in 2007 and launched the site in 2008. I and my small team worked hard, rebuilt and launched a new site in 2016. Over the years, I have created a lot of physician-level info on skin health here at DrBaileySkinCare.com.
Infographics are pictorial ways to relay information. My dermatology and skin health infographic topics range from sun protection and skin cancer to how to apply self tanner. I’ve got one on the BRCA gene too. Take a look and please share them.