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Acne Triggered By Hair Products? There’s a New Shampoo for That

Dermatologist Iris Rubin, MD, was annoyed with haircare products that caused her patients’ skin to break out. The frustration became personal when...

Med Students Struggle with Lack of Diversity in Dermatology

Medical students find an overwhelming lack of diversity in the dermatology field, according to a research letter recently published in JAMA Dermatology.

Understanding Your Skin Care Products’ pH

Initiating an effective face care routine requires understanding your skin’s pH levels. pH has now become a common lexicon in the beauty...

What’s the Deal with Collagen Drinks?

Collagen drinks have become a popular staple in the anti-aging movement, and claim to help reduce the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles....

The Average Payment to a Dermatologist FDA Advisor is $47,000

An investigation led by Robert Dellavalle, MD, PhD, professor of dermatology and public health at the Colorado School of Public Health, has...

Skincare Company Penalized for Falsely Marketing Product as a Coronavirus Cure

Oregon-based Sher-Ray, Inc., an organic cosmetics brand, was one of five state-based companies ordered to pay settlements for violating consumer protection laws. 

COVID-19 Patients Can Suffer from Long-Lasting Skin Discomfort

A new study has found that for COVID-19 long haulers, skin symptoms can last up to 60 days or longer. 

Massive Drop in Dermatology Research During the Pandemic

A new study published in the International Journal of Dermatology has uncovered the drastic impact the COVID-19 pandemic has had on clinical...

High Number of Hair Loss Cases Amongst COVID-19 Patients Living in Low-Income, Minority Communities

Telogen effluvium, or temporary hair loss, has been reported in COVID-19 patients who live in low-income minority communities, according to a study...

Mucocutaneous Symptoms Very Common in Children with COVID-19

A study recently published in JAMA Dermatology has drawn connections between mucocutaneous features and multisystem inflammatory syndrome in children (MIS-C), which is largely...

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