Category Archives: skincare

Get Holiday Ready with these Non-Invasive Cosmetic Procedures

December 9, 2019

Can you believe Thanksgiving is already behind us? Black Friday and Cyber Monday are a blur and Jingle Bells is already streaming the air waves. That means one thing: the holidays are only a blink away. It’s time to get yourself ready for your close up. Whether you just want to look your best for those holiday family photo cards or you’d like …

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5 Rules to Follow for Healthy Nails

December 4, 2019

As temperatures drop and the air begins to lose humidity during the cooler months, you may notice your hands and nails becoming drier and more brittle. Sure, you may have developed great daily skin care routines, but it’s also important to take as much care of your nails as every other part of your body, from your lips down to your toes.

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6 Derm Tips to Get Rid of Chapped Lips

November 21, 2019

As we begin to see the cold chill of winter in the near future, it’s time to get ahead of one of the more common skin ailments of the season: dry, chapped lips. From ingredients that do more harm than good, to those which will help heal you in even the driest conditions, here are our dermatologist tips for taking care of your lips when winter …

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Your New Busy Day Skin Care Routine

November 18, 2019

When your days fly by too quickly to feel like you’ve accomplished anything, it can be easy to skip out on your skincare regimen. But, just because you’re doing everything on the run, it doesn’t mean you should neglect your skin. One of The Derm Group’s board-certified dermatologists in New Jersey, Avnee Shah, M.D, gives her top tips for skin …

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4 Things that Happen to Your Skin in Flight

November 7, 2019

Whether you travel regularly for business or are getting packed for a long-awaited weekender away from it all, your skincare routine doesn’t stop the minute you leave the ground. When you board that plane, there are a few skin stressors you need to consider. One of The Derm Group’s board-certified dermatologists in New Jersey, Avnee Shah, M.D., …

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Forget Over-the-Counter Skincare: Here’s What Derms Recommend

September 25, 2019

When it comes to skincare, getting the results you want can come at a cost not everyone is prepared to accept. Investing in your skin—and that’s just what you are doing—is important for long-term gain. Medical-grade skincare products get lasting results. By opting for over-the-counter skincare products, you are playing the short game. You may …

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September is PCOS Awareness Month

September 12, 2019

Polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) is a serious hormone, genetic, metabolic, and reproductive disorder that is the leading cause of female infertility. It can lead to lifelong complications with conditions including anxiety and depression, endometrial cancer, type 2 diabetes, obesity, liver disease, and cardiovascular disease. It affects 1-in-10 …

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Popular Treatment Options for Under-Eye Bags

June 17, 2019

Swelling and puffiness under the eyes are common. Take comfort. You are not the only one with eye bags. Whether you have allergies, sleep issues, or simply have your genetics to thank for them, eye bags can make people feel self-conscious about their appearance. This is where cosmetic intervention, such as dermal fillers and eyelid surgery, …

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Will Photofacials Help with Sun Damage?

May 10, 2019

Summer may not be upon us yet, but your skin might still show signs of last year’s sun-drenched plans. Whether you kept cool on the shore or spent a few weeks getting that bronzy glow in the Hamptons, we hate to break it to you, but it all stayed with you long after the leaves turned brown. Maybe you have a few dark splotches or a cascade of …

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Your Skin is Having a Reaction. What Now?

May 3, 2019

Have you ever had a mystery rash on your face? Nothing could be more frustrating than suddenly breaking out in hives. On your face, no less. Chances are your skin was exposed to something it really, really didn’t like. These types of irritations, including blisters, stinging, itchiness, redness, and flaking, are likely due to contact …

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