Are Moisturizers Really “Hypoallergenic” or “Fragrance-Free?”

For many people, using a moisturizer that is “fragrance-free” or “hypoallergenic” is merely a preference, but for others with conditions like eczema or dermatitis, it can be the difference between

Do You Have Sensitive Skin?

From drug stores to commercials, the term “sensitive skin” is thrown around a lot in the beauty industry. But what does it really mean to have sensitive skin? Unfortunately, the

Skin Care at Menopause

To many women, the word menopause is one of the most dreaded in the English language. But why, exactly? Well, hot flashes for one. Even worse, though, is what menopause

Five of the Biggest Skin Care Myths

With so many skin care tips on the Internet today, it’s sometimes hard to separate fact from fiction. As a highly regarded dermatology practice, we know a thing or two

Sleeping Beauty: How sleep affects your skin.

While we certainly don’t recommend spending decades asleep, Sleeping Beauty may have known something about how sleep affects your skin. Turns out, sleeping is one of the best things you

Why do I have crepey skin?

Nobody likes looking in the mirror to see her skin taking on the texture of wrinkled crepe paper. But what exactly causes your skin look so fragile and thin? Despite

What can I do about my aging neck?

Too often beauty and skin care articles focus solely on how to rejuvenate the face, when, in reality, an aging neck is typically one of the first body parts to

What are Skin Tags and How Can I Get Rid of Them?

If you’ve ever heard of the phrase “skin tag” you may be wondering just what those are. While your skin isn’t covered in store tags like you might imagine, that

Most Frequently Asked Tattoo Removal Questions

If you’ve reached the point where you’re considering having laser tattoo removal, you probably have a lot of questions about the tattoo removal process. Well, we’ve probably heard all of

Close-Up: The Anatomy of Your Skin

It can be strange to imagine that your skin is one of the largest organs in your body, or that it’s even an organ at all. We see our skin