dermatologist

Patient Buzz Series: Sephora Kids
Sephora KidsTweens and teens are now crazed about skin care products, posting videos on social media about their multi-step skincare routines and love of Sephora. According to Good Morning America, #tweenskincare has more than 49 million views on TikTok. Dermatologists warn that the products chosen aren’t just expensive, but they may be harmful to a child’s skin. In a Good Morning America segment, Dr. …
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Patient Buzz: The Mind-Skin Connection | The Expert Weighs In
PsychodermatologyStylecaster recently posted an online article about psychodermatology. How do the mind and skin influence each other? What do we now know and what questions are still unanswered? How can dermatology clinicians best counsel their patients when the mind-skin connection is at work? For expert advice, I reached out to Steven Daveluy, MD, FAAD, associate professor and program director at Wayne St …
Psychodermatology
Patient Buzz: Hair Growth Treatments | The Expert Weighs In
Hair Growth TreatmentsGlamour recently posted an online article about how to grow hair faster. Does research support the use of supplements for hair growth? How quickly can patients expect to see results from any hair interventions? For expert advice, I reached out to Amy McMichael, MD, FAAD, professor and chair of the department of dermatology at Wake Forest University School of Medicine. When a patient asks how …
Hair Growth Treatments
Patient Buzz: Teledermatology Platforms and Skin Care
teledermatologyThe New York Times recently published an article about teledermatology and telehealth platforms that are disrupting skin care. Are these platforms good for expanding patient access to dermatology? How should dermatology clinicians address patient questions about these platforms? For expert advice, I reached out to George Han, MD, PhD, associate professor of dermatology at the Donald and Barb …
teledermatology
ChatGPT’s Skincare Advice
ChatGTPPeople are using ChatGPT to write content as well as search the Internet. Now beauty influencers on TikTok are recommending ChatGPT as a way for people to receive personalized skincare advice. POPSUGAR recently asked dermatologist Dr. Michelle Henry to rate ChatGPT’s skincare responses. She found the advice was generally correct, but there were nuances and alternative treatments that ChatGPT did …
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