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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 …
Patient Buzz Series: “Jello Skin” and Other Trends
by Allison Sit on
“Jello Skin” is a term that dermatology patients – especially TikTok-using patients – may use in their next office visit. A facialist coined the term when describing glowing, bouncy skin with a lot of collagen similar to Jell-O gelatin. Are you up-to-date on the latest developments and trends in dermatology? Peruse this list of articles in the consumer press and learn about everything fro …
Acne News with Dr. Adam Friedman
acne
by NEXT STEPS IN DERM TEAM on
Straight from the desk of ODAC Medical Director, Dr. Adam Friedman, we share what’s popping in acne (spoiler alert: quite a lot!). According to Dr. Friedman, the innovation drought is over! Watch as he reviews all new topical and oral therapeutics (some of which are completely new active agents) and while at it, shares and debunks important information related to the management of acne vulgaris …
Grab a Fork and Knife: An Approach to Treating Rosacea
rosacea
by Jessica Kalen, MD on
For most dermatologic conditions, my mantra for treatment tends to be “less is more”. I prefer to use the fewest number of creams, pills, and steps to achieve the best results. However, after watching this year’s ODAC Sneak Peek Inflammatory Diseases Symposium, I may have a new mantra for treating my rosacea patients – “forks, spoons, and knives”. At the ODAC 2021 Pre-Conference Sne …
Botanical Medicine in Dermatology: Safety, Availability, and Evidence
botanical medicine in dermatology
by Mojgan Hosseinipour, DO, FAAD on
The history of botanical medicine dates back to hundreds of thousands of years ago. The many beneficial properties of plants have recently been incorporated into pharmaceuticals. Reviewing the pathophysiology of certain skin diseases such as acne, we can understand how herbal medicine may be a beneficial adjunctive treatment. Specifically, pomegranate juice has the potential to attenuate oxidative …