Category: Dermatological Advice

Get a younger neck

Posted on March 12th, by staff in Dermatological Advice, Skincare, Treatments, Videos. 8 comments

Rid turkey neck without surgery.


Nose Job Nation

Posted on March 6th, by staff in Dermatological Advice, Expert Tips, Skincare, Treatments. No Comments

Iranian women love rhinoplasty.


Red heads, take care!

Posted on March 4th, by staff in Dermatological Advice, Health. 10 comments

You may have skin cancer genes.


Goodbye Pits and Pocks!

Posted on March 4th, by staff in Dermatological Advice, Skincare, Treatments. No Comments

2 types of lasers for one goal.


Think Twice

Posted on March 1st, by staff in Dermatological Advice, Health. 5 comments

Are Gel Manicures bad for you?


The cold hard truth

Posted on March 1st, by Helen in Dermatological Advice, Expert Tips, Skincare, Treatments. 11 comments

Celluite creams and treatments.


4 Acne Myths Busted

Posted on February 21st, by staff in Dermatological Advice, Expert Tips, For Men. 7 comments

Put down the toothpaste.


Jim Flaherty’s Skin Woe

Posted on January 31st, by staff in Dermatological Advice. No Comments

The Skiny on Bullous Pemphigoid


Keep Calm and Moisturize.

Posted on January 24th, by staff in Dermatological Advice. 7 comments

Q&A with Dr. Lisa Kellett.


#1 Way to Not Get Sick

Posted on January 21st, by staff in Dermatological Advice, Expert Tips, Videos. 10 comments

Wash your hands like a doctor.


UltraShape

Posted on January 14th, by Helen in Dermatological Advice, Treatments, Videos. 7 comments

The Skiny on UltraShape skin tightening.


Men and Needles

Posted on January 11th, by staff in Dermatological Advice, For Men. 4 comments

Guys on the pursuit of youth.


Wash every night?

Posted on January 10th, by Helen in Dermatological Advice. 7 comments

Dr. Lisa Kellett says yes!


How to get rid of scars

Posted on January 9th, by Helen in Dermatological Advice, Skincare. 4 comments

In life, scars happen, and they can become an unwanted yet permanent part of our appearance. Luckily, scar-reducing treatments are available. We’ve enlisted the help of two professionals to guide us through them.

NO TWO SCARS ARE ALIKE.
Raised, thickened scars occur when the body’s healing process produces excess collagen. In other cases, scars appear as lighter or darker marks on the skin or, in the case of “box car” acne scars, sunken areas.

For new scars, timing is everything. “You used to wait a year before you started a laser treatment, but we know now that it’s better to heal compromised skin when it’s still in the healing phase,” says Toronto Dermatologist Dr. Lisa Kellett of DLK on Avenue, MD, FRCPC, DABD.

Your prescribed regimen may include more than one type of laser or treatment. “It can take more than one approach to reduce a scar or multiple scars’ appearance,” says Dr. Adam Mamelak, MD, FRCPC, DABD, a dual-board certified dermatologist practicing in Ottawa and Austin, Texas. “Go to someone who is familiar with the different modalities, so he or she can determine the best treatments for you.”

TOPICAL TREATMENTS
Post-surgery scar-management therapy may include a topical silicone treatment to keep the area hydrated and protected, which reduces the
likelihood of raised or abnormal scarring.

Easy to use and inexpensive, … Read More »

Are Lasers Safe?

Posted on January 2nd, by staff in Dermatological Advice, Treatments. 6 comments

How to protect yourself.


7 Ways to Fight Dry Skin

Posted on December 27th, by staff in Dermatological Advice, Expert Tips. 8 comments

Win back your skin in the winter!


Survive the holidays

Posted on December 25th, by staff in Dermatological Advice, Videos. 10 comments

2 Skin Tricks for the Holidays


2 Tips For Winter Skin

Posted on December 13th, by staff in Dermatological Advice. No Comments

Advice from Dr. Lisa Kellett.


Skin Care Basics

Posted on November 30th, by staff in Dermatological Advice. 5 comments

3 Steps for women and men.


Rob Ford: Red in the Face

Posted on November 29th, by staff in Dermatological Advice, For Men. No Comments

Our ruddy-faced mayor has 99 problems, including rosacea.