People with diabetes are very prone to skin dryness, so Cybele Fishman, MD, a board-certified dermatologist recommends a few must-have products that will help bring some relief.

Say hello to thicker, shinier hair with these expert-approved products. Whether you’re pregnant or not (and even if you don’t intend to be!), your hair can benefit from a prenatal vitamins says Suzanne Friedler, MD

There’s no such thing as a safe or healthy tan, whether from the sun itself or from indoor tanning. Loretta Pratt, MD has several suggestions for products or techniques that can help us get that much-wanted glow.

Some skin conditions are not as they appear. One of them is mycosis fungoides, a common cancer that “imitates” various skin conditions, says Jennifer Wong, PA-C with Advanced Dermatology PC.

Almost all of us develop a red, itchy rash at some point, known medically as contact dermatitis, which can be triggered by a variety of causes and usually responds to several home measures, according to Christopher Byrne, PA-C.

Your body, just like your face, can be prone to dryness, irritation, and breakouts when you use too-harsh cleansers.  Suzanne Friedler, MD, of Advanced Dermatology, PC answers some frequently asked questions about this subject.

Advanced Dermatology’s own Dr. Whitney Bowe is credited with the new trend called skin cycling. For over 20 years Dr. Loretta Pratt has also been practicing skin cycling. Both give you the details on this skincare routine.

“You should start getting screened for skin cancer in your 20s or 30s,” says Denise Gallo, APRN, a board-certified nurse practitioner with SkinCare Physicians of Fairfield County, a division of Advanced Dermatology, PC.

Hair loss can occur for lots of reasons: genetics, an overzealous immune system, an illness, a stressful event, vitamin deficiencies, and hormonal changes. “Alopecia is different for everyone,” says Suzanne Friedler, MD

Jennifer Wong, RPA-C knows that many people are not a fan of needles, but micro needling – a minimally invasive procedure to improve a variety of skin problems – offers many benefits that far outweigh any barely noticeable discomfort.

There’s no such thing as a safe or healthy tan, whether from the sun itself or from indoor tanning, according to Loretta Pratt, MD

Women typically experience acne-causing hormonal shifts during pregnancy. Birth control pills can be helpful to treat this acne says dermatologist Cybele Fishman, MD.

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