19 Sep 2017
September 19, 2017

Keratosis Pilaris: Managing KP

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Keratosis pilaris is a common skin condition I diagnose very frequently in clinic. It presents as tiny flesh colored or slightly red bumps most commonly on the upper arms and thighs. It can give the skin in these areas a rough texture, and can be visually bothersome when it presents red in color. Keratosis pilaris.. read more →

This could not be more true as it applies to having healthy, beautiful skin.  Much of my day in clinic is spent helping educate my patients in ways they can improve the look of their skin.  What I think can help patients most is prevention measures.  Sun protection with an appropriate SPF not only significantly.. read more →

11 Jul 2014
July 11, 2014

About Acne

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Acne is a skin condition that can cause clogged pores and can occur anywhere on the body at any age when hormones stimulate the production of oil in the body. Signs of acne could be black or white heads, deeper lumps, pustules and pimples. In some cases acne can clear up by itself without the.. read more →

“30 Skin Care Misconceptions” – Originally published in Skin Inc. magazine, 2009 This article http://www.skininc.com/treatments/facial/43995527.html by Carol and Rob Trow was very interesting to me because it’s true; there are so many opinions out there on what the best things are to do and not do for your skin.  Below are some of the topics that I.. read more →