skin cancer

Patient Buzz Series: Calamine Lotion as Makeup Primer
calamine lotion
by Allison Sit on
Dermatologists are sounding alarm after some TikTok influencers are recommending calamine lotion as a makeup primer, claiming the hack helps improve blemishes and keeps makeup in place. It’s the latest viral beauty hack popularized on the social media platform. Be ready for the hacks your patients may bring up in their next office visits by perusing this list of articles in the consumer press: …
Skincare Mondays | Diversity Under the Sun
by NeutrogenaMD on
Suncare is important for every skin tone. The risk of sunburn correlates with skin tone - not ethnicity. Sunburn experiences differ across ethnicities. An online survey of 3,597 adults who identified as White, Black, Hispanic and Asian showed sunburns occur across all ethnicities - even the darkest skin tones, but the experience is very different.1 Those who identified as White reported “ski …
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 …
The Many Faces of Basal Cell Carcinomas (BCCs)
Basal Cell Carcinomas
by Olabola Awosika, MD, MS, FAAD on
Our new series, “The Many Faces of”, showcases side-by-side images of some of the most commonly seen dermatology conditions in an array of skin tones and briefly highlight nuances in clinical presentation.  All images featured in the series are part of The Full Spectrum of Dermatology: A Diverse and Inclusive Atlas, a resource developed by co-editors Misty Eleryan, MD, MS, and Adam Friedman, …
Patient Buzz Series: Summertime Skin Troubles
summertime skincare
by Allison Sit on
More daylight and warmer temperatures can lead to skin issues, and this month’s Patient Buzz includes articles about several summertime skin troubles, including heat rash, sun allergy and sunburn blisters. In addition, several articles addressed sunscreen, including the myth that sunscreen causes skin cancer. Be ready for your patients’ summertime skincare questions by reviewing this list o …