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Fall is the Laser Season!

Now that summer will be officially over with the start of Labor Day weekend, dermatology offices such as Dermatology Office, Ellen Turner, M.D. are gearing up for an increase in laser treatments. Many conditions that are not safe to treat during the heat of the summer, where patients are out of doors for longer periods of time, become manageable in...

What is a Dermatologist’s Skin Regimen?

What is a Dermatologist’s Skin Regimen? My daily skin regimen is as follows. Out of a compulsion to educate on skincare, I have included the reasons and conditions that I am treating when I am performing my daily skincare rituals. Morning: 1) Cleanse with SkinMedica Facial Cleanser using my Clarisonic PRO brush. (The brush can be used twice daily and...

Seborrheic Dermatitis

Seborrheic dermatitis is a chronic condition which arises from inflammation of the skin on the areas of the face or scalp most commonly, but can also be found on the chest and even the groin region. Seborrheic dermatitis patients will start to experience a red discoloration of the skin with white flaking and scaling. Most times it occurs in the...

Why should I NOT purchase skincare products through Amazon and other retail outlets?

  Why should I NOT purchase skincare products through Amazon and other retail outlets? As a dermatologist, I always want the very best for my patients. I want to educate them on issues related to their health and well-being, while staying attuned to the fact that everyone, everywhere has a budget to maintain. When it comes to skincare, I truly...

What does Retinol do?

  What does Retinol do? Retinol is a molecule frequently used in dermatologic drugs. Other names in this same category are retinoids or retinaldehydes depending on the exact molecular structure. More important is what they can DO for the skin when applied topically. This unique category of topicals is often misunderstood, since it can produce irritation and even burning of...

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