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What is the best sunscreen? Simply put, it’s the one you and your family actually use. We recommend finding one you love and sticking with it. Aside from the brand or SPF level, there are two types of sunscreens to pick from: ones with chemical or mineral active ingredients. Chemical sunscreens are likely the type you're most familiar with already. They absorb harmful UV rays before they reach your skin. While these lotions and sprays are easier to apply with no white residue, you will need to reapply more often than you would with a physical option. Mineral sunscreens (also called physical sunscreens) form a barrier on your skin that reflects or filters UVA and UVB rays. The dispersed z

DIY Face Masks and Face Pack Recipes to Try Out During COVID-19 Lockdown

Republic World posted “DIY Face Masks And Face Pack Recipes To Try Out During COVID-19 Lockdown” featuring Dr. Purvisha Patel and Visha Skincare DIY face masks might be the last resort to keep up with skincare routines during COVID-19 lockdown. Here are three homemade face mask recipes for healthy skin. Approximately the entire globe has been affected by the COVID-19 lockdown leaving everyone inside their houses. This gives individuals a lot of time to get done with things. Hydrating the face using skincare routines during normal working hours could get difficult. Well, staying at home allows people to have more time to dedicate to skincare routines — but what happens when we run out of the

#FaceFacts – Reports indicate that skin rash might be another symptom of COVID – 19

Along with fever, dry cough and shortness of breath, COVID-19 has been associated with a wide range of symptoms, but the disease’s cutaneous manifestations have not been widely discussed. Now, early reports from Italy and Thailand indicate that skin rash might be another symptom of COVID-19. An early report from dermatologists working with COVID-19 patients in Italy found that in a group of 88 confirmed positive patients, 20% developed skin symptoms, with a little under half developing a rash at the onset of disease, and a little more than half developing it after hospitalization. Of the affected patients, the most common manifestation was erythematous rash or a patchy red rash. A few develo

#FaceFacts – Within two days of Easter, some children develop severe skin rashes… it’s called the Ea

If you find yourself itching after eating Easter candy beware. It’s called the Easter Rash and it’s linked to kids having too much of a favorite Easter treat. Within two days of Easter, some children develop severe skin rashes. After binging on chocolate, they experience dermatitis. Some children are allergic to nickel and develop rashes when they come in contact with it. Certain foods like peanuts, chocolate and oats contain a significant amount of nickel. Contact your Dermatologists if the rash persists for several days. Schedule your Virtual Dermatology Appointment with DermDox Now. All you need is a smartphone and connect to us through FaceTime or Skype. Medicare and most private insur

Go-to guide for self-isolation skin care

Our DermDox Dermatology facials can help maintain a clear complexion, but now is the time to stay home to help flatten the curve. So how do you keep your skin in good shape while quarantined at home? Here is your go-to guide for self-isolation skin care. 1) Your facial appointment can wait – Seriously. This is a serious situation and as much as we love facials, they aren’t essential. So, let it go… it’s just not gonna happen right now. 2) Try to keep up your regular routine – Staying at home and social distancing could make it tempting to get a little lazy with your skin care routine, but consistency is really key. Continuing your normal regimen will keep your skin on track and ca

#FaceFacts - Wearing surgical masks can damage your skin – here’s how you can take better care of it

Considering the COVID-19 outbreak, many of us have been donning surgical masks or even N95 masks as precautionary measures against the spread of virus. However, did you know that by wearing a mask for long hours you could be damaging your skin instead? The good news is that you don’t necessarily have to choose beauty over your health or vice versa: you just have to take better care of your skin and pay more attention to your beauty routine! These tips and tricks will help you to keep your skin just as healthy: AVOID USING OILY BEAUTY PRODUCTS - When you wear tight surgical masks for long periods of time, the oil from your cosmetic products or excess sebum from your pores gets on the inside o

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