We’re in the midst of winter. Both temperature and moisture levels have dropped, and it’s hard on the skin. For those with rosacea, winter presents more concerns.
Rosacea Awareness Month
April is Rosacea Awareness Month. Rosacea affects more than 16 million Americans, nearly 5% of Americans. Rosacea is not very well known relative to how common the condition is.
Realistically, How Bad is Drinking?
In today’s health-conscious atmosphere, few think that alcohol is great for you, even among drinkers. How bad is alcohol really for the skin, and your general health?
Diet and Skin Conditions
Diet and skin conditions have been a hot topic in the last decade among dermatologists. We focus in on acne, atopic dermatitis, psoriasis, rosacea, and aging skin, and the effects that diet may have on people with these conditions.
The Role of Cleansers in Skincare
Cleansing is the most important and basic part of skincare. The history of soap is thousands of years old dating back to Ancient Babylon...
The Role of Skincare in Treating Acne and Rosacea
This article is a review and summary of “The Role of Skin Care in Optimizing Treatment of Acne and Rosacea,” published in SkinTherapyLetter’s June edition. The original article is written by Calgary dermatologist, Dr. Catherine Zip.
10 Questions about Rosacea
Are you concerned about the red face? Although facial redness is a very common response to mundane factors like cold, alcohol consumption, wind or sun exposure, and even stress, if you notice that the redness is becoming more persistent, you may have a condition called rosacea.
Alcohol and Skin Health
Even the most deluded of us don’t consider weekend drinking an essential part of our skin care regimen. We are, as a society, also much better educated about the potentially deleterious effects of drinking, especially heavy drinking...
Skincare for New Moms: Back to Basics
Almost nothing prepares new moms for the monumental changes in lifestyle and priority that they face when taking care of a newborn...
Lifestyle Adjustments for People Who Have Rosacea
Dr. Richard Thomas explains the key factor in managing rosacea. He takes the stance that patients should not give up activities that they enjoy doing, and to manage rosacea in other ways.