Skin and Hair News
Addicted to lip balm? You might be allergic Jan 31, 2018 If you find yourself frequently reapplying lip balm during the cold winter months, you may start to think you’re addicted to it. But Dr. Ramsey Markus explains why ‘addiction’ might just be another problem such as an allergic reaction.
Hot showers can damage skin during winter Jan 25, 2018 Dr. Harry Dao explains why a hot bath or shower can lead to excessively dry skin during winter.
Protecting your skin this summer with sunscreen, bug spray Jun 1, 2017 From applying sunscreen to keeping bugs at bay, Dr. Rajani Katta explains all you need to know about ways to protect your skin this summer.
Early detection highlighted for melanoma awareness month Apr 27, 2017 With longer days and more outdoor activities, Dr. Ida Orengo, professor of dermatology, addresses the dangers hiding behind sunburns and sun exposure, including melanoma.
Age isn’t only reason hair starts to go gray Feb 16, 2017 Although the thought of aging and going gray may be daunting, Dr. Rajani Katta says there are several factors that play a role in developing gray hair.
Enhancing your look this New Year Jan 19, 2017 People looking for visible results may consider cosmetic treatments to redefine their features in the New Year.
Fight dry skin this winter season Nov 29, 2016 When the weather gets colder our skin is more prone to dryness, itching and irritation because moisture is lost from the skin. Dr. Carina Wasko shares ways to keep your skin healthy.
Watch what you put on your face this Halloween Oct 24, 2016 Dr. Harry Dao warns about potential side effects, including allergic reactions, of face paint during Halloween.
Feel confident in your own skin, makeup free Sep 12, 2016 Going makeup free has its benefits – and its supporters, with many celebrities getting behind the new makeup free trend.
Tips help manage skin in dry or humid weather Jul 19, 2016 Baylor College of Medicine expert Dr. Harry Dao shares some tips on how to keep skin skin during periods of dry or humid heat.