Skin Care

Though most doctors—and patients—believe that a healthy lifestyle can improve skin texture and tone and reduce the signs of aging, there has not been an abundance of skincare-specific proof. A new...

Photodynamic therapy has surged in popularity over the past 20 years as a treatment for photodamaged skin cells, pilosebaceous disorders, nonmelanoma skin cancers and general facial rejuvenation....

Volume Matters

By Wendy Lewis

Dermal fillers have become a popular tool to address contour defects that are the inevitable result of aging. The effectiveness, low morbidity and predictable,...

Spot treatment

Hyperpigmentation is one of the most widespread conditions seen in medical aesthetic practices and it affects patients of all skin types and ages. Effective treatments have traditionally shared...

Crow’s feet and glabellar furrows dig in for the siege. Dispigmentation, unsightly veins and dark undereye circles take up offensive positions. Then the truly frightening enemies start their...

By Linda W. Lewis

On June 14, 2011, the United States Food and Drug Administration (www.fda.gov) issued its long-awaited Final Sunscreen...