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Can an injectable treat your cellulite? Cellulite is one of the biggest cosmetic challenges facing women. It's a natural, normal part of the body's development. However, millions of women see their curves in the mirror or photos and long for a...

  Looking For The Best Dermatologist In Baltimore? Do you see a bump, mole, rash, or blemish that looks out of the ordinary? Is your acne playing a game of Whack-a-Mole on your face? If your skin is not glowing up as...

Can people with dark skin even get chemical peels?   A friend, family member, or even your dermatologist may recommend a chemical peel to clear up a troublesome skin condition. Chemical peels are cosmetic treatments that are applied to the face and...

  People suffering from hair loss come to us every day for a solution. They're at their wit's end and need something that works. Hair loss is a delicate condition that needs the right treatment for the right cause. With Kerafactor...

Centrifugal cicatricial alopecia, or CCCA, sounds like a mouthful. Yet, it's a condition that affects thousands of women (and some men). The condition creates hair loss and scarring at the crown of the scalp. CCCA looks like regular pattern baldness...

We can often get away with soap and water or a gentle cleanser as teenagers or in our 20s. When we hit our 30s, we begin to see the real damage on our skin thanks to slower skin turnover and...

Recently, manufacturers recalled several brands of sunscreen due to the possibility of containing harmful carcinogens. The recent recall involved octocrylene which may contain benzophenone. Benzophenone is a carcinogen that may be harmful to reproductive health.   With the wave of reports around...

Blackheads or open comedones are a combo of dirt, oil, and dead skin cells that's clogging your pores. The buildup creates an opening on the surface of your skin. As it gets exposed to air, it oxidizes and turns 'black,'...

Botox went from an occasional procedure done by celebrities to an effective age-defying procedure available to all. Today, more than 7 million Botox injections happen every year. If you've used Botox before, you know that your dermatologist or cosmetic surgeon will...

Chemical peels can help treat mild to moderate skin issues like acne, scars, wrinkles, and much more. One particular peel, glycolic acid, is a go-to for most dermatologists.   Glycolic acid is an alpha-hydroxy acid. AHAs are natural acids found in food...

A recent class-action lawsuit claims that Johnson & Johnson's OGX haircare line of shampoos and conditioners leads to hair loss. The claim? An ingredient called DMDM hydantoin is behind hair loss.   DMDM hydantoin is a common preservative found in skincare and...

Some people suffer from a skin disorder called miliaria, the scientific name for heat rash. Heat rashes happen due to blockage of the sweat ducts. Summer has lots of outdoor activities and sun exposure. And that means lots of sweat....

Recently, Johnson & Johnson recalled several of its spray sunscreen brands for fears of contamination of benzene, a known carcinogen. The brands include Neutrogena Cool Dry Sport, Beach Defense,  and several Aveeno brands.   Benzene is a naturally occurring, flammable liquid that’s...

There are some hidden skincare gems right at your local drugstore. From moisturizers and serums, to sunscreens and eye creams, there are some affordable products that can keep your skin looking and feeling healthy.   But what's real and what's fake?   Our friends...

There's a common misconception that Black people and POC can skip sunscreen.   The belief is that that melanin will protect from the sun's harsh rays. POCs may produce more melanin but that does not prevent sunburns or even skin cancers.   The writers...

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