Skin Care Atlanta
Is Skin Condition Dermatosis Papulosa Nigra Treatable?
Better known as DPN, this skin condition shows up as black or brown “tags” around the cheeks, forehead, eyes, back, chest and neck. Although they are not the same as skin tags, they are commonly elevated slightly above the skin’s surface. This similarity to skin tags in the way they hang is also often self-diagnosed…Read More
Should Men and Women’s Skincare be Identical?
The wide variety of skincare products available on the market makes a clear distinction between men’s and women’s needs for facial and body care. However, are there significant differences between products outside of powerful marketing and different scents? Dermatologists have found enough differences worth noting in the various options for men and women. The Difference…Read More
Skincare Includes Treating Eczema
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…Read More
Black Skincare Influencers
Although skin care is meant to be inclusive, it has historically been lacking in representing women and men of color. In 2020, Sephora set new standards of diversity not previously seen, including size, gender, but most notably racial recognition, with more than a third of the top skincare influencers being Black. Comprised of both men…Read More
Best Options to Address Skin Texture & Even Skin Tone
Knowledge is power. Simply knowing the benefits of addressing skin concerns and that many can be successfully managed and maintained through a reputable dermatology office specializing in black skincare is empowering. Anti-aging procedures continue to grow in popularity as men and women seek treatments from professionals that clients can trust to address and eliminate imperfections…Read More
5 Reasons To See A Dermatologist
Your skin plays a number of important roles in maintaining your overall health. It protects your other body systems from bacteria, injury and harmful environmental factors. When you aren’t feeling good about your skin, it can have a real impact on your overall health and self-confidence. When faced with a skin concern, many people default…Read More