- A Canadian student has created a topical cream he believes will help to painlessly fade away permanent tattoos.
- Many people have taken to Twitter to complain about the Fitbit Surge causing rashes on their wrists, but many of them should be giving their wrists a break.
- Patients aren't getting infected to nearly the degree they used to be, and hospital workers' hands are suffering the consequences.
- Dermatology app Spruce offers patients the information they need regarding their acne without a trip to the doctor's office.
- Suffering from a skin disorder didn’t stop Melanie Gaydos from pursuing her dream to be a high fashion model.
- It's easier to get a tan than you think. If you eat a lot of fruits and vegetables rich in antioxidants, you can get a healthy, natural glow without the damage from tanning beds or sun rays.
- An FDA-approved Facial Toning Duo claims to eliminate wrinkles and your desire for Botox.
- Fewer teens are using sunscreen and unknowingly increasing their risk for skin cancer.
- Xiaflex, an experimental cellulite drug from Auxilium Pharmaceuticals, satisfied 68% of women in a clinical trial.
- Researchers have found that skin lesions that are both itchy and painful are more likely to be a sign of skin cancer.
- First Derm app can identify over 90 skin conditions with the help of board-certified dermatologists.
- I used only warm water to wash my face for a week, and was pleasantly surprised by the results.
Dermatology is the branch of medicine dealing with the skin and its diseases, a unique specialty with both medical and surgical aspects. A dermatologist takes care of diseases, in the widest sense, and some cosmetic problems of the skin, scalp, hair, and nails.