“Some people just sweat more—regardless of the activity they’re doing,” explains Angie Seelal, registered physician’s assistant. Angie’s advice helps you determine the very best socks for your sweaty feet.
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Heat, cold, sun, sweat, genes, hormones, and stress can cause Blotchy Skin. Sharon Hochhauser, a board-certified family nurse practitioner gives you some strategies to prevent skin discoloration.
Suzanne Friedler, MD notes that this versatile ingredient (hypochlorous acid) with its healing properties has application in skincare and in the health care industry.
Rebecca Sklar, a certified registered physician assistant specializing in dermatology gives us her five tips to restore collagen and give you healthy skin.
Angie Seelal, RPA-C reviews this Niacinamide-based product that has been shown to control sebum production, reduce redness, inflammation, and minimize fine lines. In addition, it’s safe for all skin types to use, even aging, dry, and sensitive skin.
“We have a comprehensive understanding of what causes our skin to age – from wrinkles and sagging to the appearance of ‘age spots.’ “says Dermatologist Dr. Suzanne Friedler. In this article, she offers the following 5 tips to grow older without looking older.
Lyme disease diagnosis and treatment remains a challenge. Currently, the federal Tick-Borne Disease Working Group, created by Congress, is meeting to provide recommendations on treatment and research. Chris Byrne, RPA-C gives you strategies on getting ticks off and keeping them away.
Jennifer Wong, RPA-C shares some startling sunshine facts and offers tips for people of all skin colors and how they can prevent the effects of harmful UV radiation.
Flat Acne is just another name for non-inflamed acne lesions such as whiteheads and blackheads. Suzanne Friedler, MD offers advice if your flat acne doesn’t go away.
Body scrubs can stimulate skin cell turnover, resulting in smoother, brighter skin and possibly preventing future acne breakouts. Suzanne Friedler, MD offers advice all about the right way to pick and use a body scrub.
Mucus plays an important role in your health, keeping your nasal lining clean and moist and stopping infection. Post-nasal drip can occur as a result of allergies, acid reflux, sinusitis, or a viral infection. David Erstein, MD, a board-certified allergist and immunologist gives you 5 tips on stopping a post-nasal drip.
Can any serum, face mask, or pore strip actually shrink your pores to a size that’s invisible? Board-certified dermatologist Suzanne Friedler tells all about pore size and what you can do to minimize their appearance.
Jennifer Wong, RPA-C explains what to do with common skin growths, from the discomfort of corns and calluses to the disruptive appearance of keratosis pilaris bumps, seborrheic keratosis growths, and skin tags, there are a number of non-threatening skin conditions that can pop up.
Rebecca Sklar, PA with Advanced Dermatology, PC explains the importance of collagen, how it keeps our skin wrinkle-free in our youth, and how to harness the body’s own collagen production.
Dr. David Erstein, MD, a New York board-certified allergist and immunologist working with Advanced Dermatology PC gives you the secret to easing the pain of those terrible sinus headaches.
Dermatology specialist Jennifer M Wong, RPA-C offers her take on both Deodorants and Antiperspirants, when to use them and what ingredients are best.
The key to healthy lips is using a moisturizing product every day. Dermatologist Suzanne Friedler, MD, offers some advice if your lips tend to be dry and flaky.
Dr. Suzanne Friedler, M.D., board-certified dermatologist finds the best lotions for psoriasis with doctor-approved ingredients to reduce scales or slow skin-cell turnover while minimizing inflammation and irritation.
Christopher Byrne, a certified registered physician’s assistant specializing in dermatology can treat serious acne with the powerful oral retinoid isotretinoin. He offers some tips on treatment on intervention against serious recalcitrant acne.
Jennifer M. Wong, RPA-C recommends the best fabric for your mask when working out and notes that reusable masks should be cleaned after every use, especially after a workout where you have perspired. This is always advisable for good hygiene as well as to protect the skin from mask-related irritation.
If you are curious about the beauty products other people in their 40s are loving, Registered Physician Assistant Angie Seelal shares her insights on some favorite cosmetic products along with 10 additional everyday women and beauty experts.
Nurse Practioner Christina Smitley, MSN, BS, FNP-C gives us tips to recover from Rhinophyma. About 16 million people in the United States suffer from rosacea, a chronic skin condition that typically starts as occasional facial flushing but can progress to permanently reddened and damaged skin. Rhinophyma is a severe form of the disease.
Suzanne Friedler, MD, FAAD, a board-certified dermatologist explains that lip blushing uses natural pigments placed superficially in the skin to create a semipermanent and subtle enhancement of the lips.
Dr. Suzanne Friedler offers opinions on Alo Yoga skincare products.
According to Dr. Suzanne Friedler, a board-certified dermatologist whether you want to reduce fine lines and wrinkles, banish breakouts, fade hyperpigmentation, or just ward off dryness, she can help you optimize your routine for maximum results.
Jennifer Wong, a certified registered physician’s assistant specializing in dermatology goes through a variety of non-invasive skin rejuvenation options.
Dr. Suzanne Friedler, a board-certified dermatologist explains in detail the chronic inflammatory skin condition known as Hidradenitis Suppurativa. She gives us tips on how to help prevent flare-ups and minimize their severity.
Dermatologist Dr. Allison Britt Kimmins explains the causes and risks of Scleroderma and how an early diagnosis is a key to limiting the damage.