You don’t still believe these, right?
Dermatologists follow these rules for slathering on sunscreen—why shouldn’t you?
Dark or fair, dry or oily—this guide covers it all.
Fresh tattoos need some TLC in the sun.
Missing this spot could mean a sneaky sunburn—and increased risk for skin cancer.
Dr. Bobby Buka explains how to treat acne, and discusses several options to effectively treat mild to severe acne breakouts.
Creams and antibiotics are not the only options to treat acne. In this video, Dr. Bobby Buka explains how light therapy can be effective.
Antibiotics for acne have worked well in the past. But if you develop antibiotic-resistant acne, you can also use benzoyl peroxide to clear up acne.
There is no cure for acne and most of us will experience a breakout from time to time. Dr. Bobby Buka shares a few tips on how to prevent acne.
Many adults experience acne breakouts too. In this video, Dr. Bobby Buka shares his tips when it comes to clearing up acne breakouts.
Acne can lead to psychosocial effects such as anxiety and depression. But acne can be treated and once it is, these symptoms go away.
A “good scrub” might not be the key to your acne woes.
Bring on the tank tops and open-back dresses.
Here’s what’s going on beneath that red bump.
Psst … it might not be oil or greasy foods.
Potential bad news for your morning bagel habit.
Dr. Pavlick explains how to use the ABCDE melanoma test in order to examine your skin and detect any suspicion lesions before they become dangerous.
Here’s how to tell if your rash could actually be psoriasis—and how to get the right treatment.
“With so many great treatment options available, nobody should have to suffer with psoriasis.”
Your diet won’t cure psoriasis, but it can help in some unexpected ways.
These lifestyle tweaks may help keep skin symptoms in remission.
Once and for all: Psoriasis is not contagious.
Psoriasis symptoms often mimic other common skin issues.
Is sun exposure *actually* healthy for people with psoriasis?
“If psoriasis is affecting you, don’t be discouraged. There’s better hope now than ever.”
Have psoriasis? Here’s how to keep your skin looking its best.
Psoriasis presents differently in every patient.
Both the type and severity of your symptoms can impact your psoriasis treatment.
Psoriasis increases your risk for many other conditions.
The decision is individualized and takes in several factors.
“We live in a really great time where we can find a treatment that works for you.”
Luckily, if topical therapies don’t bring relief, you have more options.
In many cases, a physical exam is all it takes.
Here’s how derms walk up the “therapeutic ladder” for psoriasis treatment.
This type of hair loss is temporary + treatable.
They both cause itching and flakes, after all.
These new medications can yield life-changing results.
Not everyone qualifies for this new treatment option.
This simple injection can be done at home.
Skin symptoms may clear up faster than you think.
Redness in the face is just one symptom of this skin condition.
There is no cure for rosacea but you can take steps to limit your symptoms. In this video, Dr. Bobby Buka explains some of the triggers as well a
“The only way to prevent a rosacea flare is to really know your triggers.”
“We have some really great treatments [to] reduce and control rosacea.”
This swollen skin on the nose is called "rhinophyma."
What is skin cancer? There are two types of skin cancer: melanoma and non-melanoma. Melanoma is more severe than non-melanoma.
In this video, Dr. Bobby Buka explains how to keep your skin protected to prevent skin cancer. He also shares the ways to spot and treat skin cancer.
You should give yourself a skin self-exam every month noting where you have freckles or moles. Be on the lookout for changes in these markings as well
In this video, Shonda Schilling, melanoma survivor and founder of the SHADE Foundation, discusses the importance of regular skin self-exams.
In this episode of True Life Story, Shonda Schilling shares her skin cancer story & brings melanoma awareness through her SHADE foundation.
Here’s what to know before heading off on your beach vacay.
Scorched by the sun? Here’s how to soothe that sizzled skin.
“Early detection of skin cancer is important because it could save lives.”
With early detection, treatment can be quick + effective.
“They are very easy [and] low-risk procedures with minimum pain and discomfort.”
In this video, Dr. Anna Pavlick explains melanoma, the most serious type of skin cancer. Dr. Pavlick also explains why melanoma is on the rise today.
In this video, Dr. Anna Pavlick explains how to recognize the signs of melanoma, and when you should get checked by a dermatologist.
Though melanoma is the most serious form of skin cancer, it is preventable. Dr. Pavlick explains steps for melanoma prevention, focusing on sun safety
When melanoma spreads beyond the skin, adjuvant therapies can help.
Certain factors may impact the risk of cancer coming back.
Metastatic melanoma isn’t the most common type of skin cancer but it is the most dangerous, as the melanoma cells spread to other parts of the body.
If melanoma spreads beyond the skin, here’s what doctors suggest.
This serious form of skin cancer often requires additional treatment.
This type of adjuvant therapy attacks cancer cells more precisely.
Here’s how doctors know if this dangerous type of skin cancer has spread.
You’ve been cleared of melanoma. Now how do you keep it from coming back?
Signs of advanced melanoma go beyond the skin.
This is a groundbreaking treatment for this dangerous skin cancer.
Catching melanoma early can truly be life-saving.
No, your baseball cap addiction isn’t making you bald.
Your hair needs certain nutrients to maintain its luscious look.
In this episode of All Tressed Up, hair stylist Kristen Jackson demonstrates how to create a floral braided updo. This quick and easy process is ideal
Watch to learn about the beauty uses of coconut oil for skin and hair. Irene demonstrates how to make a homemade coconut oil body scrub. .
Irene demonstrates a homemade facial mask - watch how to give yourself a luxurious and affordable facial using only ingredients from your kitchen!
Watch how to make homemade hair treatments using ingredients you can find in your kitchen. A simpler and way more affordable solution to dry ends!
Irene reviews the benefits of a natural, homemade body scrub and demonstrates how to make a citrus body scrub using ingredients from your kitchen.
Watch how to make a DIY coffee scrub that will give your skin a beautifully smooth glow!
Watch how to make an oatmeal mask and an oatmeal scrub at home that relieve dryness and keep your skin looking and feeling fresh.
In this episode of Polished, professional nail artist Fleury Rose demonstrates how to create glitter gradient nail art. When working with glitter you
In this episode of Polished, professional nail artist Fleury Rose demonstrates how to create a rose design on your nail. Follow these easy steps to ma
In this episode of Polished, professional nail artist Fleury Rose demonstrates how to add crystals to your already existing nail art.
In this episode of Polished, professional nail artist Fleury Rose demonstrates how to create a bold new take on the classic French Manicure using matt
Sometimes acne can be triggered by hormones in the body. Dermatologist Dr. Bobby Buka reviews treatment options for how to get rid of acne.
A dermatologist gives options for eczema treatment like a topical steroid & how to manage acne. A makeup artist gives tips to cover blemishes.
Dermatologist Dr.Buka provides tips for a combo of oily and dry skin. Glycolic acid pads can be used for oily skin, as well as retinoids at night.
Dermatologist Dr. Bobby Buka reviews treatment options for oily skin; including options in the retinoid family and glycolic acid pads.
What a skin doc tells patients who struggle with psoriasis.
Accessories are a great way to express yourself on a daily basis. In this episode of 2 For U, host Jennifer Galardi shows off some of her favorite pie
Goodbye, unsightly scars.
Don’t let breakouts stop you from a good sweat sesh.
Your skin is begging you to make these moisturizing moves.
The short answer: Keep blood flow moving.
Should you bandage your wounds, or let them air-dry?
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