The goal of these deodorants is to allow underarms to breathe naturally, says Dr. Suzanne Friedler of Advanced Dermatology, PC. And there are more natural deodorants on the market now to try out.
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“Infants and babies are particularly vulnerable to sun damage,” says Angie Seelal a Registered Physician Assistant. American Academy of Pediatrics does not recommend using sunscreen on infants because of their sensitive skin, so Angie has a few tips for your little one(s).
New York City-based dermatologist Cybele Fishman, MD, tells us what she thinks makes Clear Pure Radiance Oil special in regards to tackling issues like acne and fine lines.
Everyone needs to wash their face, right? But removing dirt, sweat, dead cells, and makeup with just any old cleanser won’t cut it. Jennifer Wong, RPA-C helps you pick the facial cleanser that’s right for you.
Scar formation is the body’s natural response to injury, but when we grow extra scar tissue that forms hard growths it’s called Keloid scars. “Keloids are the result of an over-aggressive healing process,” says Jennifer Wong, PA-C with Advanced Dermatology, P.C.
Dermatologist Cybele Fishman, MD says that pregnant women can use topical erythromycin (prescription) and all over-the-counter topical sulfur, zinc, and niacinamide treatments. See the complete list of products.
Hydrolyzed keratin is essentially a large protein molecule that penetrates the hair cuticle. Cybele Fishman MD, a board-certified dermatologist explains the benefits.
Cybele Fishman, MD a board-certified dermatologist with Advanced Dermatology, PC is part of a group of dermatologists explaining the many different skincare products used to heal and lessen the appearance of scars.
Ideally, the facial cleanser you choose should line up with your skin type – whether dry, oily, or neutral, according to Jennifer Wong, PA-C. She helps you identify your skin type and what ingredients to look for in a facial cleanser.