How To Apply Sunscreen: The Right Way from EltaMD

Skin care needs vary from person to person, but there’s one thing we all have in common: everyone, everywhere, every day, needs sunscreen. That’s because sunscreen is powerful stuff, and regular use can protect you from a host of issues. According to the Skin Cancer Foundation, it can help reduce your risk of skin cancers by… Read more »


Just about every woman is looking for solutions to eradicate skin concerns like fine lines and signs of aging. While there are plenty of methods one can use to get rid of skin concerns that they already have, the absolute best way to beat wrinkles is by preventing them from forming in the first place.… Read more »

APDerm® Opens Office in Heart of Commonwealth

Expansion into Worcester, MA Will Provide Thousands of Residents Expedited Access to Quality Dermatologic Care  WORCESTER, MA – August 17, 2021 – APDerm®, the largest physician-led dermatology practice in New England, announced the opening of a new state-of-the-art office, under the company’s Adult & Pediatric Dermatology brand in Worcester, Massachusetts. The Worcester office is the… Read more »

How to Protect Skin from Winter Conditions

Winter skin conditions are problematic for many, especially those with eczema and psoriasis. The cold, dry air robs the skin of moisture, and shorter days can cause flare-ups and plaques to worsen due to less time in the sun. While many people enjoy hitting the ski slopes or pick-up games of pond hockey in winter,… Read more »

5 Skin Care Resolutions For The New Year

Skin Care Resolutions For The New Year If 2020 taught us anything, it’s that less is more, there is beauty in simplicity, and video calls don’t mask our flaws. In an era of airbrushing and photo apps, authenticity always wins. Sometimes you have to go back to the basics of self-care. The same goes for… Read more »


The word eczema describes any of several conditions that cause the skin to become inflamed or irritated. While there are several types, they nearly all cause an itchy rash. Eczema can occur anywhere, but it most commonly affects the face, wrists, hands, feet or back of the knees. Some people have “flare ups” during which the eczema… Read more »