A collection of articles, news, and tips from Board-Certified Dermatologists near you.
Low testosterone, clinically called hypogonadism, can lead to various dermatological conditions — extra wrinkles, less body hair and (perhaps beneficially) the absence of male-pattern balding. While the exact pathway is unknown, psoriasis may be triggered by low testosterone as well.
While acne is less common in women above age 40, it’s appearance can be as frustrating as it is for high schoolers. Here’s how you can tell whether your breakouts are signaling the menopausal transition, and what you can do about it.
During perimenopause, significant hormonal changes lead to a reduction in the number of ovarian follicles, spherical groups of cells that release eggs during ovulation. These changes, which persist into menopause, can have a significant impact on hair growth, another process governed by hormones.
Let’s face it: Dark spots are a drag. Everyone wants to put their best face forward, but you can’t do that without proper protection.
Hydroquinone is a topical skin lightening treatment used for hyperpigmentation, melasma, freckles, scars and sun spots on skin.
Although rosacea cream and other medications and treatments may be recommended by a doctor depending on the types of rosacea being treated, there are several triggers which you can do your best to avoid to prevent rosacea flare ups.
As temperatures and humidity levels drop, so does the moisture in the air—and your skin. The dry air—combined with indoor heating—can irritate skin and cause excessive dryness. Maintain a healthy, hydrated complexion this season with these expert dermatologist-approved tips.
Pore vacuums are the latest beauty trend that promise to clear clogged pores and help you achieve clean skin. But do they actually work? We asked dermatologists to find out if they can actually help you join the clean skin club.
Most patients see their skin condition worsen as they wait for the next available dermatology appointment for treatment. Find out how to shorten your wait time for the closest dermatologist.