5 Popular Skincare Myths Busted

The internet is an excellent resource for finding quick information about any number of topics, but it can also be misleading, especially when it comes to the countless skincare myths that are constantly circulating. Here are a few of the most popular of these myths and some skincare tips that you should follow instead. 1. … Continue reading

Acne, Eczema/Dry Skin

What to Do about a Wart

Common warts are caused by the HPV virus.  If your immune system is strong, they may disappear on their own. It is important to note that warts are contagious.  You should keep them covered up until they go away can help to prevent the spread of the virus that causes them. There are a number … Continue reading


DSPW Skin Type: What You Need to Know

DSPW skin is one of the most challenging and complex of the Baumann Skin Types® because your skin can be affected by a number of varying factors.  Your skin type needs medical advice on skincare® more than any other skin type.  Without your doctor’s advice, it is too difficult for you to find the right … Continue reading

Eczema/Dry Skin

Understanding the Skin and Its Components

Knowing the key components of skin and what characteristics make your skin unique can help you to choose the most appropriate products to optimize skin health and beauty. Here is an overview of skin anatomy and how each level plays a role in choosing the proper skincare products.  You can learn more in my book … Continue reading


Skincare for Travel to a Dry Climate

If you’ve ever taken a trip to an area with a different climate than you’re used to, like traveling from Florida to Colorado, for example, you’ve probably experienced dry, dehydrated skin. This can cause your complexion to appear dull, flaky, and wrinkled. Read on to find out why this happens and what you can do … Continue reading

Eczema/Dry Skin

The Latest on Rosacea Treatments

As we continue to learn more about rosacea, a common skin condition that affects millions of Americans, we can adjust current treatment methods to better manage its variety of symptoms. According to new research published in the British Journal of Dermatology, treating the specific symptoms of rosacea is more effective than taking a one-size-fits-all approach … Continue reading


Skin Cancer: Is There an App for That?

Skin cancer is the most common form of cancer in the United States, affecting an estimated one in every five Americans (American Academy of Dermatology). Although melanoma is one of the most serious types of skin cancer, it is also highly preventable and treatable if caught early. This is why dermatologists have long stressed the … Continue reading


Why Are My Eyes Always Dry and Red?

Although most people associate rosacea with red faces and pimples, there is also a form of rosacea that causes dry or reddened eyes and eyelids.  People often have rosacea and do not realize it.  Getting started on the right skincare and eye care strategies can help minimize symptoms of blepharitis associated with rosacea. One of … Continue reading

Eczema/Dry Skin

Warm Weather Tips to Help Calm Rosacea

As warmer weather starts to break for many climate zones, most people look forward to spending plenty of time outdoors. However, for the millions of men and women, a change of temperature tends to trigger rosacea. If you have facial redness in the hot summer months, using the proper skincare products and prescription medications will … Continue reading