Hyperpigmentation is one of the more vexing skin problems for patients—particularly darker-skinned patients—and the dermatologists who treat them. For years, hydroquinone has been considered the gold standard for treating...
News | March 28, 2019
A novel 311nm Titanium:Sapphire UV laser demonstrates comparable efficacy and safety when compared to 308nm excimer laser in the treatment of localized vitiligo, according to a study recently published in Lasers in Surgery and...
Protecting the Barrier in Adult Atopic Dermatitis “I still think it’s so important to remember topical fundamentals,” says Peter Lio, MD. Skin barrier dysfunction is a feature of AD, whether genetically mediated or...
PALLAS Ti: Sapphire Solid State Laser Shows Similar Efficacy and Safety to 308nm Excimer Laser for Localized Vitiligo
Sponsored by Candela
Picosecond laser therapy for benign pigmented lesions
There's a new and expanding menu of options to improve uneven tone, proving that OTCs can provide benefit for a vexing concern.
Jeanine Downie, MD
After the acute treatment phase, experts urge a long-view on management.
First-Ever Molecular Study Shows African American Skin Reacts Differently to AD
A unique herb blend in cosmeceuticals has shown clinical superiority over antioxidant and growth factor products.
Carl R. Thornfeldt, MD, FAAD
Colorescience Receives Patent for Even Up Clinical Pigment Corrector Formulation
One In Two Latina Influencers Favor Complementing Diet and Exercise with Non-Surgical Body Contouring
EWG: Two-Thirds of Sunscreen Products Offer Poor Protection or Have Worrisome Ingredients
A closer look at acne and rosacea in skin of color.