In The Media
In The Media
One dermatologist explains why you get acne in the winter and shares the best ways to treat it. The cold weather takes a huge toll on our complexion. The dry air, harsh temps and sharp winds turn our skin red, splotchy, dry and uneven—and it doesn’t end there for some of us. Winter acne is a thing, and for…
Acne needs no introduction—for most, it’s an embarrassing blemish which only occurs during puberty, while others can literally be scarred by it. The medical name is acne vulgaris, which occurs when one’s pores are clogged with dead skin, dirt, and excess oil. This includes blackheads, whiteheads, pimples, oily skin, hormonal breakouts, cysts, and scarring. It…
Dr. Benjamin Barankin’s dermatologic expertise was recently quoted in The Chronicle of Skin & Allergy discussing the latest developments in acne. Click here to read.
Did you know that our very own dermatologist Dr. Benjamin Barankin was interviewed for NewsTalk 1010 Radio on Oct. 1, 2017 discussing the importance of foot care, and in particular related to those that do marathons and even those that just walk on a regular basis
Does your face gets really red sometimes? Like really, really red when you’re exercising or from eating something hot and spicy? Dr. Barankin is quoted in this article, “Why A Top Derm Says I Get Red Face From Exercise” about a common skin condition to find out what it is click here.13
Dr. Freiman was quote in an article about the importance of sunscreen, especially with the approach of summer we need to be more mindful sun protection for our skin. Follow this link to read the full article. Credit: pinkandbluemag.com
Dr. Freiman was quoted in article about cystic acne & adult acne. To check out the full article click here. Credit: shedoesthecity.com
Sometimes it’s hard to resist the urge to attack pimples the old fashioned way – that is, by squeezing them. But it’s a well-known fact that this practice can cause inflammation and scarring. Read full article here!
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Our very own dermatologist and respected acne expert was recently quoted in York University’s Excalibur newspaper discussing the impact of acne on one’s psyche in “Acne can leave mental scars that are much worse than the physical ones. Check it out: http://www.excal.on.ca/acne-awareness-week-mental-health/