Niki Vora reflects on how her struggles with untreated atopic dermatitis, folliculitis and cystic acne led her to writing her scholarship-winning essay.
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Although most skincare innovations happen in the medically dispensed lines before mass market availability, Dr. Vivian Bucay points out that there are lower priced options backed by science that dermatologists can confidently recommend to patients looking for effective skincare products.
Are there effective hyperhidrosis treatments that patients can better afford and tolerate? Dr. Jisun Cha discusses practical points of diagnosis and treatment.
Are your patients happy with their current acne treatment? These five new therapeutic options could offer better results, according to several studies.
Could telemedicine prove to be a plastic surgery provider and patient pleaser after all? Dr. John F. Nigriny talks real-time continuity of care.
Tattoo regret is real. Removal innovations help to address unwanted treatment-related issues.
Because nobody wants unhappy patients. Learn how to help yours avoid procedure regret from a few of these RealSelf patient stories.
From sunscreen in a stick to niacinamide, and a non-hydroquinone, retinol-free skin tone corrector, these are among the promising treatments for hyperpigmentation.
It’s becoming clear that treating hyperpigmentation is much more than targeting the tyrosinase enzyme with topical hydroquinone.