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"The skin is a complex organ.  There is a lot happening in the skin that requires a complex understanding of the individual cells and structures that make up the skin.  Immune cells, structural cells, adhseive proteins, touch receptors, sweat ducts, hair follicles, oil glands, vascular and lymphatic system, pigment producing cells, etc are just a few of the complexities present microscopically."

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Acne vs Rosacea

Acne vs Rosacea

Differentiating between acne and rosacea is essential to find a treatment plan that works. Most of my rosacea patients misinterpret the ‘breakouts’ they get as acne and resort to otc...

Rosacea : A Basic Guide to Understanding this Common Condition

Rosacea : A Basic Guide to Understanding this Common Condition

It’s best to think of Rosacea as a 'reactive' skin condition. The skin reacts to a trigger to result in dilation of the blood vessels and result in an increased sensitivity of the...

Craniofacial Hyperhidrosis: Sweaty face and scalp

Craniofacial Hyperhidrosis: Sweaty face and scalp

Craniofacial hyperhidrosis is a condition where one sweats excessively from the face and scalp. It can be primary or secondary. Primary is thought to occur in people who simply have...

Your complete guide to Scalp Health

Your complete guide to Scalp Health

Most people are so focused on the appearance of their hair that they forget that healthy hair begins with a healthy scalp.  When patients come in concerned about hair loss...

Stretch Marks | It says it in the name!

Stretch Marks | It says it in the name!

Stretch marks are technically a form of scar tissue. They are exactly what they say they are - the result of the skin stretching too quickly.   When the skin...

Hand Foot and Mouth Disease

Hand, foot and mouth disease is a contagious viral disease that is most often seen in preschool age children. It is caused by most commonly by coxsakievirus A16 and enterovirus,...

Why am I so sweaty??

Why am I so sweaty??

Excess sweating, also called hyperhidrosis, can be either primary or secondary. Primary hyperhidrosis is from our sympathetic nervous system (the part of our nervous system activated by the ‘fight or...

What's in Mascara??

What's in Mascara??

For a product we wear routinely and soooo close to our eyes, it makes a lot of sense to know what's inside the tube! Basically when you break it down...

Vulvovaginal Health

Vulvovaginal Health

In treating patients routinely for recurrent yeast infections in addition to vulvar pruritus(itching), lichen sclerosis, vulvodynia (pain), hyperhidrosis (excess sweating), recurrent folliculitis (hair follicle infection), staph carriers, hidradenitis (draining cysts)...

Excess sweating

Excess sweating

Dr ILYAS talks about excess sweating