Posted in Sun Safety on May 09, 2022
Did you know that approximately 9,500 people in the U.S. are diagnosed with skin cancer every day? Skin cancer is a common form of cancer that occurs mostly on skin exposed to the sun. There are three common types of skin cancer – basal cell carcinoma, squamous cell carcinoma, and melanoma.
Posted in Skin Doctor Tips on Apr 07, 2022
Are you struggling with razor bumps on your face? Thousands of men suffer from razor bumps on their faces. Razor bumps can go away on their own but if not treated properly they can cause permanent damage.
Posted in Skin Doctor Tips on Mar 09, 2022
Have you ever wondered what dermatologists use on their skin? Kate Shuster, M.D., FAAD, is a specialist in dermatology, and today we are going to walk through Dr. Shuster’s skincare routine step by step.
Posted in Psoriasis on Dec 06, 2021
The holidays are supposed to be a joyful time that is spent celebrating with family and friends. While all the events can be fun, this time of the year can bring on a lot of stress. There can be stress due to a multitude of things ranging from travel to holiday planning. Frequent stress is bad for your health and can manifest itself in many ways, including hives or rashes.
Posted in Psoriasis on Nov 09, 2021
Eczema and psoriasis are both common skin conditions in the United States, with 32 million Americans affected by eczema and around 7.5 million Americans affected by psoriasis. Both conditions look similar to the untrained eye because they both can occur in the same locations on your body and both cause a similar red, raised, and itchy rash to develop. This makes self-diagnosis hard, and it is why you should see a board-certified dermatologist to determine if you have one of these conditions and a treatment...