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Skincare Mondays | Regrounding on Retinoids
retinoids
by Johnson & Johnson Consumer Health on
Retinoids Retinoids are a class of molecules derived from vitamin A or having structural and/or functional similarities to vitamin A.1 The first medicinal use of vitamin A dates back to ancient Egypt where liver juices were used to treat endemic night blindness.2 Prescribed topical retinoids are divided into 6 classes: Tretinoin (all-trans retinoic acid), adapalene, tazarotene, trifarotene, al …
What’s New in Pediatric Acne? Stop Picking and Start Applying Well-Tolerated Retinoids!
PEDIATRIC ACNE
by Jacqueline McKesey, MD, MS on
Linda Stein Gold, Director of Dermatology Clinical Research at Henry Ford Health System, lead us through “Acne across the ages” at the 17th Annual Women’s and Pediatric Dermatology Seminar. She busted through several acne myths, which are easily debunked with new acne medications: Clascoterone 1% cream: it reduces sebum production in the skin! Similar to spironolactone, it is an anti-andr …
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 …
All Things Retinol
RETINOL
by NEXT STEPS IN DERM TEAM on
Introduction to Retinol Vitamin A and its derivatives have been utilized in both prescription and cosmetic over‑the‑counter (OTC) anti-aging creams for decades. Retinol, a form of Vitamin A, has been shown to improve the appearance of collagen-depleted skin, complement skin’s natural renewal process, and fight signs of aging. Retinol was discovered over a century ago, but it wasn’t until …
Patient Buzz Series: Worst Foods for Skin Health
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by Allison Sit on
Nutrition is a popular topic in this month’s Patient Buzz. What foods accelerate skin aging? What happens to the skin when you cut out sugar? Will cutting out dairy result in clear skin? Your patients may ask you questions based on what they have read in the media. Be prepared for your next office visits by reviewing this list of dermatology articles from the consumer press: Allure …