There are many reasons why vitamins and minerals are important in your diet, and many of them involve your skin.
Everyone knows that vitamins are good for you. But when it comes to smooth, healthy and beautiful skin,…
Retinoids are no passing trend. For decades, these vitamin-A derivatives have been celebrated by skin experts for their powers of rejuvenation….
Happy 2021! As 2020 rolled along, we noticed an uptick in TikTok and Instagram DIY skincare hacks—maybe all that time at home?
Why is that blackhead back? You did everything you were supposed to do. You’ve extracted, exfoliated,
You’ve probably heard: there’s a boom in plastic surgery happening right now. Physicians and other experts have been attributing the general trend to five factors:*
Elective procedures OK – Everyone who wanted cosmetic surgery during full pandemic lockdown had to wait for elective procedures to be permitted again.*
Zoom of doom – More people are spending time looking at themselves because of more time at home and frequent video meetings.*
Lockdown savings – Many who have not been affected by layoffs have saved money,…
Our California skies may be clearing from the recent regional fires but microscopic particles from wildfire smoke can linger in the atmosphere for days,
You may have heard some scary claims about beauty products. A common one is that the average woman swallows six pounds of lipstick over her lifetime….
These days, the way your eyes look and communicate is more important than ever. With a mask covering the lower half of your face,…
Just as no two people have the same thumbprint, no two people have the same skin.
You’ve probably heard of dermal fillers. Maybe you use them yourself. After all, according to the American Society of Plastic Surgeons,…
Stress even during normal times can take a toll on your skin. But during extraordinary times such as these,
As California reopens some outdoor recreational facilities and businesses, we will all likely be spending more time wearing our masks.
May is Skin Cancer Awareness Month. That means it’s time to schedule a skin cancer screening with one of our California Skin Institute board-certified dermatologists.