Suzanne Friedler, M.D., a board-certified dermatologist who knows what ingredients to look for in a body wash and for the low-down on fragrance in skincare products.
Fungal acne isn’t even acne at all, to begin with. It was given the moniker of “fungal acne” because of its appearance. Get all the details from dermatologist Cybele Fishman, MD.
board-certified dermatologist Cybele Fishman MD, says both green tea and pineapple contain antioxidants, elements that are under increased scientific scrutiny for treating acne.
According to physician assistant Angie Seelal, people going for a gel manicure, which requires exposure to UV light, should “swap the [hand] lotion for sunscreen” for protection before nail polish application.
Impetigo isn’t usually anything to worry about when you treat it. Even scarring isn’t much of a concern unless your child scratches a lot, says Suzanne Friedler, MD.
Physician’s Assistant Angie Seelal, PA-C wants to clarify Head and Shoulders shampoo isn’t something to try if you’re simply dealing with a few blackheads.
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) considers tattoo ink to be a cosmetic. Angie Seelal, PA-C wants people to know that tattoos aren’t entirely risk-free.
Interview with Loretta Pratt, MD, about sneaky ways your hygiene routine works against you. And all you have to do is switch up a few small things, no purchases are required.
Dr. Loretta Pratt, a dermatologist at Advanced Dermatology PC commented on a study that tested the crib sheets for the best options for sensitive baby skin.
When it comes to small red bumps springing up on your body, there are many possible culprits. Suzanne Friedler, MD, a dermatologist with Advanced Dermatology PC gives us some dermatological possibilities.