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.
Wash your hands. That’s become the mantra of the coronavirus pandemic. And with good reason. Washing your hands – or using hand sanitizer – is one of the most important steps you can take to help protect yourself from the virus.
Recently, one of our California Skin Institute board-certified dermatologists saw a new patient with a challenging skin issue.
Got an itch that won’t quit? Is it below your shoulder blades and you can’t quite reach it?
There’s no shame in wanting to look hotter with your clothes off, whether on the beach,…
Take a little cruise around Instagram and YouTube, and it’s easy to catch “DIY fever.” Women with perfect skin tout the benefits of one hot consumer “medical” treatment device or another.
This is the ideal time of year to seek laser treatment — whether to even out your complexion,
New survey data from The American Society for Dermatologic Surgery (ASDS) reports that in 2018, skin cancer procedures outnumbered every type of cosmetic dermatology treatment.
Many a parent has looked at the large section of baby skincare products in their local pharmacy or Target and been overwhelmed by the vast selection.
The 10-step Korean skincare regimen is being splashed all over social media, blogs and the beauty magazines.
As the years go by, our appearance changes and matures. How does the passage of time affect our skin?
Trying your best to take care of your acne but still getting breakouts? For this month,