Tag: sensitive skin

Apothecary Care

Posted on March 26th, by staff in Blog, I tried it!, Treatments. 15 comments

Jessica revives her dry skin.


3 Eczema Busters

Posted on December 4th, by staff in Products, Reviews. 9 comments

Lisamarie from Beauty Crazed shares her three picks for taming itchy skin.


Rob Ford: Red in the Face

Posted on November 29th, by staff in Dermatological Advice, For Men. 10 comments

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


PCA Skin chemical peels

Posted on November 20th, by Helen in Treatments, Videos. 9 comments

Grace Nesci from PCA Skin explains how chemical peels work.


Skin Benefits of Nuts and Fruit

Posted on November 16th, by Helen in Diet. 16 comments

Snack your way to better skin with these dynamic duo recipes.


Green tea for skin

Posted on October 13th, by Helen in Blog, Diet. 3 comments

The skin benefits of green tea.


Reviews: The Clarisonic

Posted on August 22nd, by staff in Products, Reviews. 11 comments

Beauty editors have been calling it a game changer for years while some dermatologists love it, some not. Does this tool really live up its promise of better skin?


Skin care for changing seasons

Interview with Dr. Lisa Kellett, M.D., F.R.C.P.(C), D.A.B.D Director of the DLK on Avenue Dermatology Clinic, Toronto.

With spring right around the corner and summer, quick on its heels, it’s not too soon to think of your summer skin care regiment.  We all now by now that overexposure to the sun’s harmful ultraviolet rays leads to premature aging of the skin, wrinkles, and age spots, not to mention the increased risk of skin cancer. We’ve asked Dr. Lisa Kellett, dermatologist and director of the DLK on Avenue Dermatology Clinic in Toronto to tell us how best to care for our summer skin.

Dr. Kellett, what is the best way to protect our skin from sun damage?
Some people believe that the best way to protect one’s skin is to get a base tan. However, any tan is actually a sign that your skin is fighting sun damage. The best protection is to avoid the peak hours of the sun between 10am and 4pm and seek out the shade whenever possible. Always wear proper sun-protective clothing and a hat with at least a five inch brim. And, of course, be sure to apply sunscreen. Also, if you are currently taking any medication, you may … Read More »