Dermatology News

expired sunscreen

There are rules that set specific shelf lives for sunscreen and acne products, which the FDA considers drugs, and any personal care products with an SPF rating, which are regulated. Suzanne Friedler, MD gives us some insights.

acne, acne scar

For some, acne doesn’t totally vanish with adulthood. But various treatment approaches can help you can fade or even erase these embarrassing marks, according to Cybele Fishman, MD.

baby skin

Your child’s skin is delicate, so of course, you want to protect it. But how do you find sunscreen that won’t irritate your son’s eczema? Dermatologist Cybele Fishman, MD rates several popular products.


Find out what you should know before scheduling a spa appointment. Dr. Cybele Fishman, a board-certified dermatologist has some things to consider when deciding to wax your body hair—or remove it in any capacity.

acne cream

Board-certified dermatologist Cybele Fishman, MD stresses that OTC acne treatments might not always work for hormonal breakouts. You need to a see a dermatologist for treatments that specifically target hormonal acne.

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Exfoliation really helps maintain a “smoother, radiant, and more plump complexion,” says board-certified dermatologist Suzanne Friedler, M.D. Removing dead skin, can also help active ingredients (like retinol) penetrate more easily.


According to dermatologist Dr. Cybele Fishman, “pore size is genetic.” So, you might be more or less prone to enlarged pores due to nature. But the good news is that you can nurture your pores back into your control.

Rosacea is a chronic condition that typically causes facial skin, especially around the cheeks, to blush or flush more easily. Cybele Fishman, MD, a board-certified dermatologist helps explain the best way to manage and improve rosacea.

sun blocking

It’s prime time to take smart measures to keep your skin healthy despite spending more time outdoors, says Angie Seelal, RPA-C.


So what skincare products do you need to stop using while you’re pregnant? Niacinamide is a form of vitamin B3 and Dermatologist Suzanne Friedler, M.D, F.A.A.D, gives us insights into its safety for those expecting.

retinol and pregnancy

It’s important to look closely at the skincare products you’re using during pregnancy, especially topical retinol according to Dr. Cybele Fishman, a board-certified dermatologist.

“Skin changes from year to year,” according to Dr. Suzanne Friedler, a board-certified dermatologist. Understanding your skin type is important to developing a skincare routine and the habit of layering products requires you have the correct information.

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