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Patient Buzz Series: ‘Tantouring’ and Other Sun Protection Concerns
by NEXT STEPS IN DERM TEAM on
This month’s Patient Buzz features sun protection questions. Is ‘Tantouring’ safe? Is sunscreen needed indoors? What’s the optimal SPF? Prepare for your patients’ questions by reviewing this list of dermatology news in the consumer press: Allure: How to treat burns Allure: Mochi skin routine Allure: Vibrator facial massage Allure/MSN Lifestyle: Witch hazel for acne …
Patient Buzz: Acne or Papulopustular Rosacea? The Expert Weighs In
acne or papulopustular rosacea
by Next Steps In Derm Team on
Popsugar/Yahoo! Life recently posted an article about papulopustular rosacea and how common it is misdiagnosed. For expert advice on how to correctly diagnose papulopustular rosacea, I consulted dermatologist Linda Stein Gold, MD, director of dermatology clinical research at Henry Ford Health System in Detroit, Mich., as well as division head of dermatology at Henry Ford Health System in West …
How to Treat Face Mask Acne ‘Maskne’
by NEXT STEPS IN DERM TEAM on
Not all superheroes wear capes. But in this case, they all wear masks. Whether you’re an essential worker donning the mask for hours and hours (thank you!) or masking-up before a trip to the grocery store, you’re helping to protect your community and your health by wearing face coverings. But when the mask comes off, you may have noticed some new facial foes: blemishes, skin irritation, pe …
Patient Buzz Series: Pandemic and Protests
Patient Buzz Series
by Allison Sit on
Consumer news articles are revealing patients’ questions about the impact of the deadly pandemic and nationwide protests on their skin, hair, and nail health. How can you prevent breakouts from wearing face masks? Should you avoid oil-based beauty products while protesting? Is ‘COVID toe’ not actually caused by COVID-19? Be prepared for your patients’ questions about these timely dermat …
Trifarotene for Acne Vulgaris Therapeutic Cheat Sheet
Trifarotene for acne vulgaris
by Blair Allais, MD on
Acne vulgaris is one of the most common reasons for visiting the dermatologist. Topical retinoids are a mainstay of and considered first-line treatment, but patients often face issues with tolerability, which can impact adherence to therapy. We continue our series, Therapeutic Cheat Sheet, with a closer look at the recently FDA approved trifarotene. [caption id="attachment_10430" align="alignle …