by Johnson & Johnson Consumer Health on
Is there a correct order for my skincare routine?
Everyone’s skin is different, and so is the routine that works best for them. The order you apply skincare can make a difference. The general rule of thumb is cleanse, treat, moisturize and protect, with the following tips in mind:
Check the consistency. Apply products in order of thin to thick. Start with liquids and move on to lightweight s …
by Mojgan Hosseinipour, DO, FAAD on
Chemical peels are the third most commonly performed noninvasive cosmetic procedure in the United States, with over 1 million peels performed annually.
Peels can treat a variety of skin conditions including acne, conditions of hyperpigmentation, and skin irregularities from chronic sun damage. Multiple peels on a repeated basis are usually necessary to obtain optimal results. The frequency of …
by Allison Sit on
This month’s Patient Buzz includes articles about what skincare ingredients you should and should not combine. AHA and retinol? Vitamin C and exfoliants? Retinoids and benzoyl peroxide?
Be ready for your next office visit by reading what your patients are reading. Browse this list of dermatology articles from the consumer press.
Allure: Levels, stages and intensities of eczema
by Next Steps In Derm Team on
In part 1 of this 3-part series, we discussed the basics of moisturizer product design, including the key components that differentiate moisturizers from other product formats, and the benefits and uses of common ingredients. In part 2, we continue looking at other classes of ingredients, moisturization efficacy of creams versus lotions, and functional ingredients such as Niacinamide (Vitamin B3) …