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Aging skin 'game changer' on sctimes.com: http://www.sctimes.com/story/life/wellness/2014/04/20/aging-skin-game-changer/7915405/ Dr. Barry LaBine, Lakewood Dermatology and Refine Dermatique Skin & Laser Center, Sartell, describes the uses for the Sciton BroadBand Light for skin treatments Wednesday.
There have been so many stories in the press over the past year or two about how BeyoncA© secretly hates Kim Kardashian and doesn't approve of her even though Kim is obsessed with Bey and wants to be just like her and so it continues.
Could a snack a day keep the dermatologist away? Board certified dermatologist Dr. Whitney Bowe says that by eating certain foods, you can reduce the skin inflammation that may be causing us to look older.
Written and directed by John Turturro, Fading Gigolo depicts the unique and unusual friendship between Fioravante and Murray .
Previously only available through a dermatologist, non-ablative laser technology has been reformatted into a portable device known as the Tria Skin Rejuvenating Laser.
Bedazzling the ears dates back thousands of years. Testament to the fact that everything old is new again: Dangling, chandelier-style earrings were particularly popular in the 18th century , the Chicago Tribune reported.
Dermatologists tend to prescribe more expensive medications when they also give their patients drug samples, according to a new U.S. study.
In addition, a growing body of clinical evidence provides ongoing support for the use of the Xoft System for this skin cancer application.
It's hard to believe that Victoria Beckham 's birthday cake has forty candles, but it's true - the famous Aries is forty-years-old today, and she looks just as young as she did circa her Posh Spice days.
Body acne is, not shockingly, the hardest form of acne to get rid of. And this isn't an assumption - Dr. Monika Kiripolsky , dermatologist at the Obagi Skin Health Institute - validates it.
In the early '50s, Coppertone began selling the first commercially successful sunscreen and followed that up with the first sunless tanner for consumers just ten years later.
By Tim Linscott Managing Editor Call it a reversal of slogans. Ivan Regier of Madrid has long used the saying he was the 'Man with the upside down face,' meaning he had hair on his face and not the top of his head.
Remember last week when Kim Kardashian and Beyonce appeared to meet up for some girl time at the dermatologists' office and we all looked at it as a sign that the two are a little more friendly than we had thought.
Free samples of prescription drugs may seem like a great deal for patients. But even when doctors think they're doing patients a favor by handing out the freebies, the real beneficiaries are the drug manufacturers, according to new research in the journal JAMA Dermatology.