Sunscreen

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: 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 …
What’s New in Rosacea in 2022
rosacea
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.  …
Skin Cancer and Photoprotection in People of Color
photoprotection
by Blair Allais, MD on
During the 2021 Skin of Color Update virtual conference, Dr. Maritza Perez opened her lecture by sharing her goal: to assess what is known about skin cancer and photoprotection in people of color. Dr. Perez is a member of the American Academy of Dermatology, who commissioned a workforce to look into this subject. What is known about the epidemiology of keratinocyte carcinomas in people of color? …
Suncare Sundays: Suncare is Important for Every Skin Tone
Suncare for every skin tone
by NeutrogenaMD on
Suncare is important for every skin tone. The risk of sunburn and skin cancer correlate with skin type – not ethnicity.1 Ethnicity does not confer skin type. Our population is changing rapidly, and within the next few decades minority populations will become the majority.1,2 African Americans, Asians, Hispanics, Middle Easterners, Asian Pacific Islanders, Native Americans, or individuals …