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Choosing Sunscreen for Eczema

Choosing Sunscreen for Eczema

Q: What type of sunscreen do you recommend for people with eczema? A: Eczema Society of Canada asked Toronto dermatologist and sun care expert Dr. Cheryl Rosen for her advice in selecting a sunscreen for the sensitive skin of eczema. “Sunscreen is an important part of a skin care regimen, protecting the skin from sun damage. Ultraviolet… Continue Reading

You’re Putting On Sunscreen the Wrong Way: Study

You’re Putting On Sunscreen the Wrong Way: Study

“The face is the most common place on the body for skin cancers to form—but people tend to miss spots on their face when they apply sunscreen, according to new research presented at the recent British Association of Dermatologists’ annual conference. People tend to miss about 10% of their face when they put on SPF.”… Continue Reading

Study confirms the emotional impact of rosacea

Study confirms the emotional impact of rosacea

People look at someone with rosacea and conclude the red face is from anger, embarrassment or boozing — it’s little wonder that sufferers of this common skin condition feel stigmatized. Click here to view the full article. Credit: windsorstar.com Continue Reading

Could That Old Mole Be Skin Cancer?

Could That Old Mole Be Skin Cancer?

Here’s an article by Consumer Reports that talks about a number of things related to moles, skin cancer and skin check. “If you take a good look at your skin, you’ll probably spot a number of moles—small clusters of pigment-producing skin cells. Most adults have between 10 and 40 moles, and some people, especially those… Continue Reading

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