Skincare Mondays | Data-Driven Dermatology Improves Patient Outcomes
data driven dermatology
by AveenoMD on
Data-Driven Dermatology Improves Patient Outcomes The use of real-world data and real-world evidence to inform health care decisions is increasing. While randomized controlled trials (RCTs) are still the gold standard for evidence-based medicine, the strict inclusion/exclusion criteria and tightly controlled conditions limit their generalizability to real-world clinical practice.  Real worl …
Skincare Mondays | Diversity Under the Sun
by NeutrogenaMD on
Suncare is important for every skin tone. The risk of sunburn correlates with skin tone - not ethnicity. Sunburn experiences differ across ethnicities. An online survey of 3,597 adults who identified as White, Black, Hispanic and Asian showed sunburns occur across all ethnicities - even the darkest skin tones, but the experience is very different.1 Those who identified as White reported “ski …
Skincare Mondays | Personalizing Acne Care to Improve Clinical Outcomes and Compliance
ACNE
by NeutrogenaMD on
Acne has profound effects on patients physically and psychologically. Acne is the most common inflammatory dermatosis seen by Dermatologists with profound effects on patients both physically and psychologically.1 Although extensive research and evidence-based guidelines exist for treatment, most are based on short term randomized controlled trials, leaving a gap in understanding the longer-ter …
All Things Retinol
RETINOL
by NEXT STEPS IN DERM TEAM on
Introduction to Retinol Vitamin A and its derivatives have been utilized in both prescription and cosmetic over‑the‑counter (OTC) anti-aging creams for decades. Retinol, a form of Vitamin A, has been shown to improve the appearance of collagen-depleted skin, complement skin’s natural renewal process, and fight signs of aging. Retinol was discovered over a century ago, but it wasn’t until …
Skincare Mondays | Sensitive Skin
sensitive skin
by AveenoMD on
Why are your patients so sensitive?   71% of adults have self-declared sensitive skin.1 While differences in how people perceive skin sensitivity exist, most say they have sensory effects, such as itching, burning, stinging, tightness and dryness.2  Due to the subjective nature of sensitive skin, diagnosis is complex and there is often a disconnect between what subjects feel and what medical …