As a physician, I love the blogging community and sharing my knowledge in dermatology, beauty, wellness, and skincare. The #VerifyHealthcare campaign introduced by @austinchiangmd on Instagram, aims to increase transparency in the medical blogging community.
Hair care is so complicated and it is hard to know which products are best, especially when you have textured hair. It is impossible to cover the best hair care products in just one blog post, but here are some products that I have had great results with.
There is misconception that acne is a skin condition seen only in teenagers. For this reason, acne in adulthood can be especially frustrating. My patients often ask, “I didn’t have acne as a teenager, why did I get this now?” Well the answer is HORMONES!
The Brazilian blowout is a popular way to straighten curly or kinky hair. This process is sometimes called a keratin treatment (although there are differences between the two - will post on this later). These products work by applying a solution to the hair with the aim of sealing the cuticle. The result is straight hair without the frizz.
In the world of beauty, there are different options when it comes to temporary hair removal. Waxing and threading are two methods that are commonly used. Although both methods serve the same purpose, they are actually quite different. Read on to find out more about these two hair removal treatments.
The beauty forecast says thick eyebrows are all the rage! If your eyebrows are looking a bit thin, never fear! Microblading can offer a great solution. But what exactly does this process involve? Read on to find out.
When thinking of healthy cooking alternatives, cold pressed oil may be one that comes up to mind. Full of antioxidants and cholesterol free, these oils can work as a cooking oil that makes a great addition to healthy dishes. But what exactly are these oils and how are they made? Read on to find out.
We’ve all heard of Vitamin A, B, C, D and E…but vitamin J?? Is there actually such a thing? Well, the truth is, Vitamin J is not only a thing, it’s a very good thing!! Vitamin J is more commonly known as choline.