Patient Buzz Series: Slugging for Moisturized Skin
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Slugging – a K-beauty trend – is a popular topic in this month’s Patient Buzz since the trend recently went viral on TikTok. While initially slugging locked in moisture in the face, new iterations include slugging elsewhere on the body, such as the hair, elbows, knees, feet and hands. Learn more about slugging and other skincare trends written about in the consumer press so you can be rea …
Nutrition and Skin Aging | The Expert Weighs In
Skin Aging
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Eat This, Not That! and SheFinds recently wrote articles about nutrition and skin aging. How strong is the science behind diet and aging skin? When should dermatologists address nutrition with their patients and what should dermatologists recommend? For expert advice, I reached out to Heather Woolery-Lloyd, MD, director of the Skin of Color Division for the University of Miami Department of …
Patient Buzz Series: Worst Foods for Skin Health
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Nutrition is a popular topic in this month’s Patient Buzz. What foods accelerate skin aging? What happens to the skin when you cut out sugar? Will cutting out dairy result in clear skin? Your patients may ask you questions based on what they have read in the media. Be prepared for your next office visits by reviewing this list of dermatology articles from the consumer press: Allure …
Hair Restoration in Black Patients | The Expert Weighs In
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Allure recently wrote an article about doctors who are making hair transplantation more accessible for Black patients. What are the unique challenges of hair restoration in Black patients, and which surgical and non-surgical approaches are most effective? To answer questions about hair restoration, I reached out to Shilpi Khetarpal, MD, FAAD, director of cosmetic dermatology and lasers at t …
Patient Buzz: Addressing the Needs Patients with Skin of Color
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by Allison Sit on
This month’s Patient Buzz includes a variety of articles addressing the needs of patients with skin of color such as hair transplants for black patients, skin cancer risk for black the community and how to find a skin of color expert. Peruse this list of dermatology articles from the mainstream press and be ready for your patients’ questions: Allure: Hair transplants for black p …