The cold hard truth about stretch marks.
We compared two anti-aging eye creams for one month.
Self-tanner, Latisse, Botox, and Rogaine all had humble beginnings.
You will not look like Nicole Kidman. This, and other answers to your questions about Botox.
Move over Botox! There’s a new wrinkle smoother in town. Details here.
What’s the best way to exfoliate your skin at the clinic?
Antique vegetable peelers are a fab find. Wrinkles on your face are not.
We asked an eyebrow expert.
Start treating your skin like an adult by tossing 4 youthful products that may be doing more harm than help.
I ditched my drugstore shaving foam to review a spa-grade line for one month.
How to get rid of them.
The rising occurrence of sin cancer had us asking: For those pale-faced folk of a certain vintage, surely this is the health scourge of the 21st century?
Don’t let the summer sun blind you to its risks. How you enjoy Canada’s great outdoors can have lasting health repercussions long after your tan has faded.
There’s a divide among parents: to apply sunscreen and potentially harmful chemicals on your kids, or not to apply sunscreen and take your chances with the sun?
Cosmetic laser treatments are one of the fastest growing medical procedures. They’re used for hair removal, skin tightening, and wrinkle reduction. And they can produce amazing results.
They’re sold to you through online daily deal sites, at hair salons, medical spas and even tanning salons. The ubiquity of the marketing has lulled many patients into thinking it’s as safe and “pain-free” as advertised. But put one of these lasers in the hands of someone without the right training, and you can end up with permanent skin damage.
Cosmetic lasers and “intense pulsed light”(IPL) machines are Class 3 medical devices. They’re powerful machines with the capability to damage your eyes and permanently mark your skin.
Right now, as W5 learned, anybody can use these high-tech and high-risk medical devices. In fact, laser treatments are one of the most unregulated medical procedures in Canada. You don’t have to be a doctor or have any medical training.
Dr. Lisa Kellett, a Toronto dermatologist with 20 years experience, is frustrated by the lack of regulations. Every week, she treats patients injured from poorly-trained practitioners. Patients have suffered severe complications: burns, pigment change, infections and permanent scarring.
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Summer is the season to show more skin—and that puts our skin health and appearance at the forefront. But with so many different claims coming from the products on the market, it can be easy to waste time and money on things that just don’t work or don’t make sense.
Choose a serum that addresses your particular skin concerns rather than fuss over whether it’s an oil or water base, recommends Toronto-based dermatologist Dr. Lisa Kellett. Be sure to always apply serum to clean skin, on a daily or twice-daily basis, prior to moisturizing. If you’re treating age spots or fine lines, serums can be used as a spot treatment, rather than over the entire face.
Toronto Dermatologist Dr. Lisa Kellett has a prep schedule for your skin that’ll have you looking event-ready in just one month. Here’s exactly how to prep skin for wedding, prom, reunion, or any huge life-altering event.