FOODS TO AVOID IF YOU HAVE PSORIASIS

While scientific research has not definitively linked what you eat to psoriasis flare-ups, many sufferers report that cutting out certain foods and drinks can relieve painful symptoms. Psoriasis is a skin condition that impacts millions of people. It can cause cells to build up on the skin’s surface. These extra cells can make skin itchy and… Read more »

MINIMIZING ECZEMA FLARE-UPS AS WEATHER CHANGES

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 »

PROTECT YOUR SKIN WITH ELTAMD UV PRODUCTS

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 »

BENEFITS OF USING MEDICAL-GRADE SKIN CARE PRODUCTS

Medical-grade skin care products, also known as cosmeceuticals, contain active ingredients that have been clinically proven to have a positive effect on skin. These kinds of products are sold in our dermatology office. They are often categorized as a blend between cosmetics and pharmaceuticals, providing both aesthetic and medicinal benefits. It is a good idea to… Read more »

ECZEMA VS PSORIASIS – WHAT’S THE DIFFERENCE?

When it comes to skin conditions, “rash” is a kind of catch-all term that is used to describe itchy outbreaks. While rashes can potentially represent a myriad of dermal ailments, two of the most common are eczema and psoriasis. Both complaints can cause itching, redness, discomfort and embarrassment due to their appearances – but they… Read more »

What are the Risks of My Medications in the Time of COVID-19?

Western allopathic medicine—the profession of MDs and DOs—is based on the scientific method.  Studying the root of disease and adapting to the best available evidence is responsible for the marvels of modern public health, medical devices, and drugs.  These prescription medicines go through a rigorous period of scientific study, generating data that must be compelling… Read more »

SLOWING THE AGING PROCESS WITH RETINOL

Decades of research suggest that the use of retinol can slow the aging process. Applying retinol to the skin will help with fine lines, textural irregularities, and also help to fade brown spots on the skin. Those people who use retinol for many years indeed have smoother, tighter skin as they age. Retinal is probably… Read more »