Skincare Routines of Top Dermatologists

Who better to ask about skincare routines than experts with collective experience, training, and knowledge? It is easy to take skin care advice from someone respected in their field, but how many of us wonder what they use on their skin to keep it so healthy looking? Dermatologists openly admit that they deal with many…

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The Difference Between Cosmetic and Medical Dermatology

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After achieving an impressive degree in medicine, licensed dermatologists can choose sub-specialization fields in which they want to continue training and achieve certifications to practice in that area. Although both focus on the skin, hair, and nails, medical and cosmetic dermatology are pretty different. It is essential to know which type of dermatologist you seek.…

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Dispelling Three Eczema Myths

Bringing light to eczema myths is an excellent first step for the world of dermatology and anyone experiencing symptoms caused by eczema. Some may not even know they have eczema but will feel relieved once diagnosed and on a treatment plan for healing.

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Post-Partum Skincare

Having a baby is one of the most beautiful things to be experienced and carrying a tiny human in your belly for around nine months is no joke with the toll it can take on your body! In post-partum, often, women experience stretch marks, hair loss, stretched skin, and even spots on the face, appropriately…

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Skincare Includes Treating Eczema

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You would think with more than 31 million Americans having eczema, there would be more talk about it. Unfortunately, most Americans learn to live with the condition. Since it is not contagious, people typically cover it up instead of seeking treatment. More than 17 million people live with extreme cases. What is incredible is there…

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3 Things to Know About Eczema

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Eczema is a common skin condition, but that does not make dealing with the symptoms any easier. According to the National Eczema Association, over 10% of people in the United States have some form of eczema. The condition can also affect people of all skin tones. Although eczema can be frustrating, the good news is…

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