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Laboratory Testing in Telogen Effluvium
Telogen Effluvium (TE)
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Telogen effluvium (TE) – a common cause of non- scarring hair loss – is managed with varying clinical protocols given the paucity of evidence-based practices. INTRODUCTION Telogen effluvium (TE) – a common cause of non-scarring hair loss – is managed with varying clinical protocols given the paucity of evidence-based practices. While endocrine, vitamin, and mineral abnormalities …
Patient Buzz Series: Minimally Invasive Cosmetic Treatments
Cosmetic Treatments
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This month’s Patient Buzz includes articles about the latest minimally invasive cosmetic treatments, or as the Hollywood Reporter calls it, “The new ‘slow’ plastic surgery.” From diamond microdermabrasion to Aquagold for microinfusions to stem cell face lifts, your patients are reading about a lot of different cosmetic treatments in the consumer press. Be prepared for your patients’ …
The Truth About Skincare Ingredients: Dermy Doctor Weighs In
skincare ingredients
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Two consumer articles recently posted raise questions about the use of skincare ingredients: SheFinds recently revealed skincare ingredients that are completely useless, and TODAY asked how to use active ingredients. What’s the truth about which skincare ingredients to choose and how to use them? For answers I reached out to Fatima Fahs, MD, a Michigan-based dermatologist who runs @dermy …
Combining Skincare Ingredients | Patient Buzz Series
Combining Skincare Ingredients
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This month’s Patient Buzz includes articles about what skincare ingredients you should and should not combine. AHA and retinol? Vitamin C and exfoliants? Retinoids and benzoyl peroxide? Be ready for your next office visit by reading what your patients are reading. Browse this list of dermatology articles from the consumer press. Allure: Levels, stages and intensities of eczema …
Cosmeceutical Recommendations for Diverse Skin Types
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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 …