Cosmeceuticals

What’s New in Rosacea in 2022
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by NEXT STEPS IN DERM TEAM on
Next Steps in Derm, in partnership with ODAC Dermatology, Aesthetic and Surgical Conference, interviewed Dr. Neal Bhatia (board-certified Dermatologist who serves as Director of Clinical Dermatology at Therapeutics Clinical Research ) about exciting new developments in rosacea medications. Watch as he offers his most important advice for treating patients with this chronic skin condition.  …
JDD Issue Highlights | December 2021
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As 2021 draws to a close, the  Journal of Drugs in Dermatology ends the year on a high note! Featuring a strong line up of editorials, original articles, and case reports, the December issue of the JDD includes topics ranging from new treatments for hyperpigmentation, tumescent anesthesia, HS, cosmeceuticals, lower extremity reconstruction, laser hair and identity in transgender men, and everyt …
Cosmeceutical Recommendations for Diverse Skin Types
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by Blair Allais, MD on
At the 2021 Skin of Color Update, Dr. Heather Woolery-Lloyd, Director of the Skin of Color Division at the University of Miami Department of Dermatology,  delivered an excellent talk on cosmeceutical recommendations for patients with diverse skin types, a personal favorite subject of hers. Catch the pearls of her talk here! Hot Topics  in Cosmeceuticals Topical Cannabinoids – The skin has it …
Patient Buzz Series: Skincare Products & How to Use Them
Patient Buzz Series
by Allison Sit on
Articles in this month’s Patient Buzz address questions about skincare products and how to use them. Do oils hydrate the skin? Are products with snail slime effective? What ingredients to avoid in homemade skin care? What’s the best way to introduce a new skincare product to your routine? Be prepared for your patient’s questions about skincare products by reviewing this list of dermatolog …
Cosmeceuticals: 10 Practical Pearls
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by Kimberly Huerth, MD, M.Ed on
As someone who was born in that gray area between the sunset of Generation X, and the dawn of Millennials, I can recall a time when the word “influencer” was not part of our every day woke vernacular. But today, influencers are everywhere—on Instagram, YouTube, SnapChat, and elsewhere—sharing personal narratives of their favorite life-changing products, diets, workouts, and hoping that peo …