Find a dermatologist in the area that offers hair loss treatment for black men and women
For African American women such as you, your hair is tied to your past and your culture. When the hair begins to thin, or extensive hair loss occurs, it can be devastating for you. Women of color have used their hair as a way of expressing themselves with various styles, braids, and cuts, and when […]Read More
Is there a dermatologist near me that offers care for African American skin and hair?
The team at Hollywood Dermatology and Cosmetic Specialists in Florida understand the importance of taking care of the hair and skin. If you are a patient of color and are dealing with problems, it is vital that you work with a professional who has experience in the care and treatment of hair and skin on […]Read More
Can smile lines go away?
Most adult patients are unhappy with the idea of getting older. But with age comes wisdom—and wrinkles! Both men and women who are interested in reducing the signs of aging and restoring their youthful appearance might wrongly believe that plastic surgery procedures such as a facelift are the only way to get noticeable, lasting results. […]Read More
Can makeup hide rosacea?
Conditions such as rosacea can cause patients to feel incredibly self-conscious about their appearance. The redness of the skin that comes with rosacea might be embarrassing. While there are several treatment options available for patients who have been diagnosed with this condition, there are times when redness still remains. With the help of the team […]Read More
Dermatology Tailored to Skin of Color
If you have a dark skin tone, your dermatologist should have experience and training in caring for your skin. Depending on the level of pigment in your skin, skin conditions will present differently. Where a certain condition might be obvious in the lightest skin, that same condition could be missed by a practitioner who does […]Read More
Can melasma go away on its own?
If you have developed patches of gray or brown on the face or body, you may be dealing with a condition known as melasma. Melasma is a discoloration of the skin that can happen gradually or suddenly. It typically affects the facial area where sun exposure is the greatest, but it can develop even on […]Read More
When is the best time to get laser hair removal?
Unwanted hair is a common complaint in both men and women. Whether it’s excessive back hair on a man or dark hair on the legs of women, it can be time-consuming to remove on a daily basis. Waxing, shaving, plucking, and depilatory creams are often used to achieve results, but hair will continue to regrow. […]Read More
Are freckles a sign of sun damage?
We see many patients in our practice who are concerned about maintaining healthy skin. When individuals see our doctors and are presenting with freckles, it is important that these patients understand that freckles are actually a sign of sun-damaged skin. What are freckles? Freckles, which are medically referred to as “ephelids,” are indeed a sign […]Read More
The best facial for post-summertime skin
Enjoying too much fun in the sun without proper skin protection can cause extensive damage to your skin’s appearance and health. When the summer fun is over and it’s time to get back to your school schedule, it’s a great time to change up your skincare routine. At Hollywood Dermatology and Cosmetic Specialists, our professionals […]Read More
5 Tips to Prevent Face-Mask Skin Problems
Masks play a crucial part in protecting yourselves and others during the Covid-19 pandemic. However, your face mask may also affect your skin adversely, causing issues like peeling, acne rashes and itchiness. We recommend these 5 tips to help you avoid breakouts and other issues from developing under your mask. Cleanse and moisturize your face […]Read More
3 signs your mole might be more
Skin cancer is one of the few cancers that are not only highly visible, but can be cured if caught in the earliest stages. This is why routine skin cancer screenings with a diagnosis are vital to ensuring effective treatment. The deadliest type of skin cancer, called melanoma, has a survival rate of 99% after […]Read More