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Retinol? Niacinamide? Skincare Ingredients That Benefit Everyone

Fat Mascara

01:56 min | 3 months ago

Retinol? Niacinamide? Skincare Ingredients That Benefit Everyone

"We got this from a lot of listeners. There over thirty five. So they're already dealing with drier. Skin signs of aging. I'm guessing spots and fine lines and things so you don't want to overload your skin with a lot of stuff. How would you treat. pimples on aging skin number. One thing is started retinol or retinoid. has good retinol is not to drying out. It's a good over the counter. One so retinal other than helping. Your pimples is also going to be anti aging help turnover. Collagen give you veterans cantoned Give better complexion. It's like the. It's the most well-studied anti-aging medication we have. If i'd had dollar every time it derm came on our show. Instead retinol. I would be a millionaire. I would believe. I counted how many times i've said it on video. Every time we get a question like retinoids retinoid but is that sort of like no matter. What the problem at a certain point. That should be helping new. Yeah to be honest. Any patient over twenty five. Who comes into the office. Who's like has mild acting like Retinoid like start this right now. You know it's gonna really help you long term and so people like you just wanna prevent pimples from happening right the win a pimple there. You're you're fighting uphill battles so your whole goal with all the treatments you do for. Acne is really to prevent new acne from coming right. So you're not breaking us much not getting apples on the worst possible in all also using nice in a might. That's another good one seven cinema. I'd in Nice in might actually Hopes with oil production to in house with acne has also been shown to be anti aging as people talking about that ingredient ally. No it sent a new ingredient. But i feel like it's getting like a lot of

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"derm" Discussed on Beauty IQ Uncensored

Beauty IQ Uncensored

05:55 min | 5 months ago

"derm" Discussed on Beauty IQ Uncensored

"That make up always remission for sleeping stop with simple things like that nixon's diet so we know now that that makes a big part in most people that things like coming out sugary foods and then the trauma to see where the dairy actually makes it worse so those are the two big things then after that when it comes to skin-care something really simple excel silica. We mentioned the laroche ethica. And that's gonna last three months of use that as a wash that's an exfoliating and then from there you mark the supplement with a good retinal. If you wanna get hired is gonna cost you bet hundred ten bucks for a medium about fifty bucks stop with accurate treatments like that and then slowly go from there so what we should do is go shopping and buy a whole heap of things. Benzel pro side to salicylic acid the retinal. The nice in the my school be guessing because Value skins not gonna tolerate that so each month each six weeks ago by gradually introduced in ingredient based on different with the approach left Testify the revisit. That six weeks if things are going well certainly add another ingredient From that Very very practical advice. I love it. Yeah that is really good advice what we need to hear. I'm sure a lot of people listening guilty of just going down the acting. I'll at chemist warehouse and just doing everything in got us one more question on acne mcnichols from coming off the pill. One of my very good friends has just experienced this and it's driving her nuts. I gave her. My hand held red ally to us and she's been using that for the last few weeks. Like oh my god that has been the only thing. That's made a difference because she was using all of the salicylic acid she was trying to get rid of it and nothing was really helping because it was. I think driven by hormones. Is that something that you would recommend paypal Use the topical stuff to trait hormonal. Acne com getting say damages would alley bain inappropriate solution yup so. Led's have fiscal when we've when you talk about coming off the pill that something we see all the time and was his style on the bill at eighteen. Nineteen you go through all of adult life with basically. You're asking me swift them to cop. Typically what happens is people get married. Then they want kids that come off. The pill like twenties early thirties rip roaring horrendous acne because the last decade been camouflaged and then conception and then in big trouble because once you once your conception you'll eighty percent of the stuff that we use copy used in pregnancy ngo exactly right so for us what we do we use. Led's yes especially when it comes to conception you have to be safe in those led's allow live a license mission devices. Will light emitting diodes with it..

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"derm" Discussed on Beauty IQ Uncensored

Beauty IQ Uncensored

05:54 min | 5 months ago

"derm" Discussed on Beauty IQ Uncensored

"Today. We are chatting to laser in aesthetic cuba's clinic in brisbane. Doctors davin lame. Welcome to the podcast. on for a while. So i'm glad that you heated About acne and all the different kinds of acne rated. Welcome to the podcast. Thank you very much of actually being still you guys as well so feelings. Can we stop by talking about all with different kinds of acne. We can experience in have defoe getting a lot of questions about acne. Specifically hormonal acne. So i'm hoping that you can take us through all the different kinds. Get another word. It's a very complex thing to actually understand but we can talk about it from a regional point of view so basically can have facial acne and from that you can have joel on acne. You give back as the name suggests back acne. Acne trump will acne so that can be regional. You can also describe it. I guess it comes to ages wall so you can have philly. Acne say childhood acne. You can have the normal adolescent. The teenage acne. Then he can have beat adult acne acne. With the subgroup is the female i danny have otherwise described it a drug induced acne. For example. will you can describe it. The lesions black acne what hit acne cystic. Acne nodule acne so many ways to describe it this not one universal term even for dermatologist. Gis so we use all these terms interchangeably. And how would you treat those different kinds of acne to you will cut it differently. When you're saying a patient that might have the hormonal acne as opposed to in a seventeen year old coming in with adolescent. Acne absolutely generally speaking. I mean hormone likely is one of those misnomers because when you name the word for mental acne people think it's due to hormones with abnormally of your home runs in most patients are coming said look good hormone shake and everything's normal. So that's a misnomer. It's usually when it comes to home. Unlikely describes something called integrion in other words abnormalities within the gland itself so basically normal hormones. But the super-sensitive oil-and generally speaking fidelity retreat a little bit more aggressively. The reason being that a lot of these nodules insists are deep-seated so when we tried topical treatments with the usual acknowledge retinoids Scorebig acid alpha hydroxy all that inscribed in washes generally speaking the hormonal. Acne a usually re resistant to topical. 's some most Will intervene with icicle. Systemic therapy tablets for example. Show costa tablets all something like an eighty holman to get it under control because the time taken to effective controls proportional to the amount of scarring some. Muslims tried to get it under control very quickly in contrast teenage acne for example most of the time we do not need to intervene with systemic agent so tablets must not needed so things like washes diet good skincare that can resolve the majority of sorry fungal beginning. More nurse righty recently. How would we identify each and which skincare ingredient medications can help to tackle it in. Superdome is really cohen. Really really come in fact just a sidestep from southern co villarosa versus a yeast infection on your on your skin. It's not really an infection. Basically it's commence in other words..

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Boomer and the Millennial February Special - burst 01

Boomer and The Millennial

07:39 min | 7 months ago

Boomer and the Millennial February Special - burst 01

"So we we. We need to get started before our neighbors waco away said we will be providing the soundtrack. Oh yeah for for our show they go. It's been interesting. I wonder if they're going somewhere. Probably they're young church their young and in love. You're probably going somewhere. Church may have enough. Maybe a little late for them. What better what better place to go. It is sunday. Look i'm just saying you live with with to opie we got cynicism all right exactly. I don't have a boomer. Father whatever generation you are was the one. After boomer i don't know gen-x the thing is genetic after boomer at the generation that came after them Well you know some say oh. You mean the generation after the boomers genetics boomer. Yeah nobody prehistoric. Nobody cares about that though. Talk about it being the the greatest generation ever really what happened during that generation World war two. You know they came back and what about the great depression that was probably part only front country back so we're going to corona right now dan. we're trump. Yeah so you know. I mean we go through i last we. We might be we greatest know we get out of this you know. I don't know the greatest generation given all the stuff that we've gone through at least it's still going through. that's true. welcome back as banter or done with the banter back guys. Another episode of boomer and lineal episode boomer and the millennial date do i'm ready to boomer marmande millennial and Thank you for joining us once again episode. Who knows ten me. I think it's ten or eleven can never keep up but we are coming up when anniversary. This is facts Next one because we march de during the morning dean bidding of the pandemic. Well it's a special day. Yeah it is. Valentine's day happy valentine's day thanks. Valentine's day youtube. Sorry to record valentine's day on what's going on. I just had so many plans with. Yeah yeah it's also black history month but you know you spending valentine's day with your parents so that's a good thing. Yeah i mean it's totally cool people. You love yeah. Valentine's day is not just about significant. Others you know what i mean this is. This is the first time that. I've been single on valentine's day in quite some time. Though i will say that and i just you know that's a hick so yeah you didn't know what you mean your granddaddy used to see how used to break up with his girlfriend right before christmas. Did he make up like after new years. Have the new right then. They have like this huge argument. Like the end of january beginning of february and then on the fifteenth sixteenth like. Oh hey i'm sorry. I misunderstood you on valentine's day. I think we should work this out. He's getting even have to do anything. I know it's kind of genius. Yeah that is so i. He was such a cazenove. He did have one problem though. He didn't know that he thought you call. You know when you were serious about somebody dating you know a friend. Yeah he would call him his fiancee. How do you make that how you make. That was state. There's a big worse as a big day. That's a big difference and you can imagine you know the young lady was like. Oh my goodness is got big fiance. Yeah he was like. Oh yeah i guess because he got that kind of response you know. He was like cool to christmas. Yeah right you can't be my fiance. When i thought we getting married. I guess we're gonna hit him that that's what it meant. Yeah he was like. Yeah we gotta we gotta dial that back a little bit care but anyway it's it's it's it's i don't know also saints sentence. Please please say sentence. So you modernize your mom. And i had this thing about. We would just you know if you really. If you celebrated a holiday holiday. But valentine's day on fifteenth you'd be good to go man could get flowers candy and a card for about fifteen thirteen bucks. Yeah sometimes not bad. Yeah so. I guess i'll be telling your mom have you tomorrow. Right right yeah. It's it's valentine's day somewhere in the world right exactly so you learning a lot from the boomer here. Yeah i see i mean. Apparently apparently i. Yeah so i'm single. And i have no valentine but that's okay You know life goes on. Yeah you got to do two things one. You got some very good advice okay. No good advice but in the second thing is you have a new tattoo. Yeah why did you disagree. Grace kings just love. You love vaguely talking about my life. Before i can even get to it like suppose. I didn't want to tell people oops now. It's not even that. I think yes. I did get a new tattoo. I'm a few days ago. Here's my thing though. My thing is. I don't really like i don't really like just flaunting it like i won't. I won't like post about them on social media and stuff. I have a lot of friends who do that. They'll get a new tattoo. Tattoo them and like. Oh look my tattoo that i don't post about. I'm guarantee you a lot of people. Don't even know how many i have or have seen all of them. I'm just saying. I mean it must bother you too much giving you ever almost asleep. Yeah almost we're almost done but yeah this won't hurt. I'm not gonna lie was pretty bad. Well it looks nice. Thanks no derm is yeah you got to take it off. Saran wrap wound healing it. I guess it's doing everything done safely. Yeah everything yeah i mean. They're super kobe. Friendly like in kinney was wearing a mask face shield. Okay yeah like well. this is not your first one. Yeah yeah this is actually my fourth one. But i got nam sorry. This is actually my during kobe. Kobe because i got four kind of all one two three four all at the same time and then this one but yeah so. This was kind of like my valentine's day gift to myself. I guess you could say. I've been working madman. This week drained me. Yeah i mean you've been really doing a lot you getting up early. Yeah coming in late thursday. I got up at four thirty. Got home at four thirty in the morning. Yeah that was tough.

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How To Build Your Best Skincare Routine with Celeb Facialist Rene Rouleau

Breaking Beauty Podcast

08:26 min | 9 months ago

How To Build Your Best Skincare Routine with Celeb Facialist Rene Rouleau

"So what is the first stop to like assessing your own skin type. Like how do people figure that out at home. I think people often. It's just like your boss is like. I think people misdiagnosed that all the time and a lotta people misdiagnose skin type so help us. Yeah so i'm definitely the queen of skin types There definitely are some basics that people need to kind of look at so one is the concept of dry normal oily. So that's the first thing you need to look at and mainly you need to know that information because that will drive. What kind of moisturizer that you need to use light or how heavy it is so if you are somebody that gets shiny and your skin gets oily and greasy. That means that you already have oil in your skin so are gonna use somewhere water-based if you're somebody that's feeling really tight and gets flaky and doesn't look smooth to the touch. Chances are you're going to require more oil. And so you can look for more of a cream or even a skin oil or something like that. So i think understanding drone norman oily is important but i think also. It's one kind of side note of that. Is that a lot of people. They use a lot of strong active ingredients and so if they still get breakouts but they feel dry. The thing the understand with breakouts is that you have oil underneath there somewhere 'cause people who have truly dry skin bone-dry skin that don't have any oil at all. They're not going to break out. Because oil breeds bacteria bacterial to breakouts. So i'm always kind of educating people because people are like oh my gosh. I'm so dry yet. They have you know they still get a lot of acne so it could be because they're using things that are too strong so they're getting the sensation of being dry. But if there's breakouts there. I always tell them there's oil in there somewhere so we don't want to ask things that are too heavy so i think yeah so. I think the first thing is kind of just trying to assess. If you're dr norman oily and and again it's just more dryness is more if there's flaking and a constant kat constant tightness and absolutely no oil whatsoever a normal skin tiber combination could be somebody. That's a little tease zone. If your pores are larger in the area than they are on the other areas of the face. That usually is an indicator that you're a little more combination In that skin. Ken feel type. It's typically not going to be flaky. I mean obviously if you're using a prescription retinoid or something you know that would cause that but generally you can feel type but it's not flaky and then more oil is somebody that has enlarged pores all over the face and they're just shining in greasy like in a by one o'clock in the afternoon they can be blotting their skin with blotting papers and they see a lot of on there but again that you know. It's a lotion verses. A cream sensitive skin is one of those tricky subjects because the definition is different from anyone for from everyone when someone says yeah. My skin's really sensitive. The first thing i said is tell me what that means to you right so to one person. They'll say if i use something really harsher strong it. What you're a tape. My skin for which. I'm always like well. How about let's not use anything harsher strong okay But but then someone else will say if i use something too heavy will break me out. And then someone else will say everything. I wash with sting's my skin get read. I get rashes easily right. So there's and then some other people might even have other descriptions of them but those are the three that i hear the most so my definition of sensitive skin is more. They easily irritated the redness. The pinkies leave the Things staying easily as more of a moisture barrier issue. I don't really consider sensitive. Oh i can't use moisturizer that's too heavy because we'll break me out. Then you use them worst riser. That's stuck to you know will break you. There's an easy fix. Yeah yeah and but the problem with quote unquote sensitive skin care products out there. If it says for sensitive skin typically it means that they just took out the synthetic fragrance or the synthetic die but a lot of the sensitive skin care products. Don't necessarily actually try to calm the redness they'll take out the quote unquote irritants out of it. But if you have somebody that is you know. Easily irritated and read. The goal is to try to really like put the fire out com circulation sedate the skin and a lot of sense of skincare products. I don't feel like necessarily do that. Because the goals were trying to improve the skin barrier and make the skin less sensitive over time so just avoiding dyes and fragrances. That's just not gonna do that. Sure sting so dehydrate and dry. Those are two different things too right correct. And that's i mean that's a huge one. I have a great blog post about it. But that's probably you know the biggest the hardest thing for people to understand because people always say dry and And so i always say when someone says how. I'm really dry but then i see the breakouts. I'm like no can't be but all always say like. Does your skin ever get flaky. Because to me that's true the definition of dry and then absolutely you know producing no oil but the main difference is dry is lack of oil and dehydrate as lack water. So you can be oily in dehydrated. But you can't be dry. And so i think the i mean all skin types require water but not all skin types require oil right so so typically again if somebody has breakouts they still produce oil but they feel tight than that's dehydration versus somebody's you know bone-dry and they're you know forty five plus and they have tiny pores that's going to be more of a drier skin type so if you're trying to assess your own skin type do you even put dehydration into that category at all or thus just a condition you right. Yeah i mean the whole thing is any good skin care routine. Should always be hydrating your now if somebody comes to me you know if we have a customer client that has been using really harsh things and they kind of have destroyed their moisture barrier than we might need to load up on a few extra things just to repair their skin and get it. Back to healthy state the concept of the moisture barrier which. I'm sure you guys understand but let me explain it for your listeners. So your skin has this moisture barrier and think of it as like bricks on a house and when the barrier is damaged from harsh products. Genetics resistencia were. The skin is hot. And heat kind of naturally can deplete the moisture barrier or the moisture within the skin over full leading to many acids things like that so in these bricks like the mortar. In between the bricks starts to loosen you. Get these little invisible cracks in the skin when you get these invisible cracks in the skin moisture can escape easier and then irritance can get any easier so sometimes when people like are like yeah. Products are stinging my skin lately and normally that never happens. Well it's because when you have those cracks products especially water-based ones hit the nerve endings. Faster and you get a stinging sensation. So i have a great bog post about this as well. But it's all about kind of sealing up those invisible cracks so that wished your stays in and then irritants you know they're not irritating the skin as much and that's probably the biggest thing that i've probably seen in the past i'd say like four years or something is people's moisture barrier. You know were people who are. Oil are feeling dry. And it's because we have access to so many more active ingredients everybody's big into the liquid acid toning right now. They're using the. The acetone is twice a day. And you know then. They're using sonic cleansing. Brushes and there are you know which is is an expulsion in itself and then they're micronesian derm rolling at home poking holes in their faces. And so there's just a lot of people and we've kinda fallen into a culture of like if it doesn't burner staying it's not working and so people relate feeling something with doing something right and so and then you know you can buy all. These chemical peels on amazon. And so i just think that's like a big conversation that i'm having a lot with people as having people back off. A lot of thing is there in their effort to control their skin. And do more often die micromanaging. They're like that boss doing too much like if you actually back off. Yeah i'll be more productive

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"derm" Discussed on Breaking Beauty Podcast

Breaking Beauty Podcast

06:05 min | 11 months ago

"derm" Discussed on Breaking Beauty Podcast

"We really want to start with some of the basics and one of the questions we had was. Can you explain what is different between the skin around. Her is verse. Says the rest of our face if anything because i think that could get a bit confusing for people so the skin around the eyes is definitely thinner and hence more delicate and so we because it's thinner we can see signs of aging faster on the skin around the eyes and also because it's thinner we can see vascular were easily so if the solar worn gorged or if you're swollen that's just very much more pronounced through the i. The eyelid skin and eyelids. There's upper eyelids. And there's lower eyelids to so any kind of small. Insult to the body can manifest more readily around the eyes. And so would you say because this is a bit of a hot debate i feel. Do you really need eye creams or misuse moisturizer. All the way up. Because i've definitely talked some germs who've said no i'm curious your take yes i can definitely see both sides of it. I think that not everyone needs an eye cream if you do not suffer from dark circles if you're just looking just to use a cream for anti aging purposes and just keeping overall skin health intact you don't have to use an ice cream. The only issue is that because the skin is more delicate i. I don't think that you should just use the same exact thing that you use on your face around your eyes. If you're gonna use any kind of actives whether it's an antioxidant or i do recommend diluting it with a moisturizer or disappointed rising serum so that the irritation risk less for sure. I definitely see more. I see more issues with irritation around the is honestly. I think the majority of our questions was about dark circle. So maybe you could tell us you know. Is it really about not getting enough sleep or is that just an urban myth like what are the main causal factors whether genetics or ethnicity. Or what the yes. There's a lot of factors that are at play when it comes to dark circles and dark circles. Are there for a couple of reasons one. There could literally just being darkening the actual skin which can be due to multiple things. It could be due to having allergies and irradiation around in rubbing your i. It could be due to having skin issues like eggs. Emma and then that could lead to post inflammatory hyper pigmentation you get darkening from any inflammation. That was there of course. Lack of sleep like asleep affects the circulation around the eyes and the circulation the vascular becomes more pronounced. And that's where you get the dark circles and also if you're if you're not sleeping while isn't adequate as well incorporated into the skin and so you could see more of a hollowing around the eyes and that shadow effect can also be too dark circles. I think that certain food sensitivities. That's a little bit harder to tease out. Because everyone reacts differently the different foods but food sensitivities can lead to lead to inflammation which can lead to kind of it can affect the blood flow around the eyes and that can lead to dark circles and then of course as genetic predisposition darker skin tone. You're just more likely to get hyper pigmentation. And then and then genetically to some people just have less volume around. There is some people will just get more of a hollow around there is and then get at were essentially to shadow effect. Now just tell you that as you're telling us like giving us this concrete information your expertise which i love hearing about. I'm like picturing you doing the running man right now from your tiktok video. Yeah i ran l. At gosh i love it. It does that mean like. Can you give us before we get into ice creams and stuff like that. Like what would be some lifestyle tips that you can do without spending a dime sleeping easier said than done but getting adequate amount of sleep and i think that's different for different people. I mean people say eight hours. I do with six hours but anyways everyone's different so so doing that. And then if you have allergies. I mean just taking. It means daily. You know over the counter over the counter antihistamines. The non-drowsy kind. And then you don't have to change up your skin care routine if you're if you're using a moisturizer in sunscreen make sure that you're using it around your eyes to getting back to life style. Hydration super important water and interestingly things like our vices alcohol caffeine. Those things can be very dehydrating so being mindful of those to pay. So we're going to talk about ice cream that can help with dark circles so often hear about vitamin c. You hear about caffeine. But i really wanna know what are the cold hard facts when it comes to those ingredients that are proven around the eye area. Because it's like you just. There's there's so many choices out there and so we just wanna give me some tools to help them shop like when they are spending and investing in these types of products. What really works around those round. The i for dark circles treating pigmentation. It's the same thing that applies to the rest of the skin. So of course oxidants whether it's vitamin c can certainly be helpful. And then you know if if you're dealing with more severe hyper pigmentation. There's lot of like anti hyper pigmentation ingredients. So i mean milder ones are like nice cinnamon which is also an antioxidant but there are things like kojic acid hydra known these things. Lighten the skin and we know that it works also a retinoid. A retinoid is helpful because well first of all it increase skill turnovers. So you're getting rid of any old skin that could be hyper pigmented. But retinoids also causes skin allow the skin to become thicker and with thicker skin. There is less visibility like there's less translucent plays a huge part in like seeing the dark circles around the eyes and then the other ingredient that can help just kind of help with skin are peptides

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Derm-Approved Ways to Treat Dark Circles, Undereye Bags & More with #TikTokDoc Dr. Mamina Turegano

Breaking Beauty Podcast

06:05 min | 11 months ago

Derm-Approved Ways to Treat Dark Circles, Undereye Bags & More with #TikTokDoc Dr. Mamina Turegano

"We really want to start with some of the basics and one of the questions we had was. Can you explain what is different between the skin around. Her is verse. Says the rest of our face if anything because i think that could get a bit confusing for people so the skin around the eyes is definitely thinner and hence more delicate and so we because it's thinner we can see signs of aging faster on the skin around the eyes and also because it's thinner we can see vascular were easily so if the solar worn gorged or if you're swollen that's just very much more pronounced through the i. The eyelid skin and eyelids. There's upper eyelids. And there's lower eyelids to so any kind of small. Insult to the body can manifest more readily around the eyes. And so would you say because this is a bit of a hot debate i feel. Do you really need eye creams or misuse moisturizer. All the way up. Because i've definitely talked some germs who've said no i'm curious your take yes i can definitely see both sides of it. I think that not everyone needs an eye cream if you do not suffer from dark circles if you're just looking just to use a cream for anti aging purposes and just keeping overall skin health intact you don't have to use an ice cream. The only issue is that because the skin is more delicate i. I don't think that you should just use the same exact thing that you use on your face around your eyes. If you're gonna use any kind of actives whether it's an antioxidant or i do recommend diluting it with a moisturizer or disappointed rising serum so that the irritation risk less for sure. I definitely see more. I see more issues with irritation around the is honestly. I think the majority of our questions was about dark circle. So maybe you could tell us you know. Is it really about not getting enough sleep or is that just an urban myth like what are the main causal factors whether genetics or ethnicity. Or what the yes. There's a lot of factors that are at play when it comes to dark circles and dark circles. Are there for a couple of reasons one. There could literally just being darkening the actual skin which can be due to multiple things. It could be due to having allergies and irradiation around in rubbing your i. It could be due to having skin issues like eggs. Emma and then that could lead to post inflammatory hyper pigmentation you get darkening from any inflammation. That was there of course. Lack of sleep like asleep affects the circulation around the eyes and the circulation the vascular becomes more pronounced. And that's where you get the dark circles and also if you're if you're not sleeping while isn't adequate as well incorporated into the skin and so you could see more of a hollowing around the eyes and that shadow effect can also be too dark circles. I think that certain food sensitivities. That's a little bit harder to tease out. Because everyone reacts differently the different foods but food sensitivities can lead to lead to inflammation which can lead to kind of it can affect the blood flow around the eyes and that can lead to dark circles and then of course as genetic predisposition darker skin tone. You're just more likely to get hyper pigmentation. And then and then genetically to some people just have less volume around. There is some people will just get more of a hollow around there is and then get at were essentially to shadow effect. Now just tell you that as you're telling us like giving us this concrete information your expertise which i love hearing about. I'm like picturing you doing the running man right now from your tiktok video. Yeah i ran l. At gosh i love it. It does that mean like. Can you give us before we get into ice creams and stuff like that. Like what would be some lifestyle tips that you can do without spending a dime sleeping easier said than done but getting adequate amount of sleep and i think that's different for different people. I mean people say eight hours. I do with six hours but anyways everyone's different so so doing that. And then if you have allergies. I mean just taking. It means daily. You know over the counter over the counter antihistamines. The non-drowsy kind. And then you don't have to change up your skin care routine if you're if you're using a moisturizer in sunscreen make sure that you're using it around your eyes to getting back to life style. Hydration super important water and interestingly things like our vices alcohol caffeine. Those things can be very dehydrating so being mindful of those to pay. So we're going to talk about ice cream that can help with dark circles so often hear about vitamin c. You hear about caffeine. But i really wanna know what are the cold hard facts when it comes to those ingredients that are proven around the eye area. Because it's like you just. There's there's so many choices out there and so we just wanna give me some tools to help them shop like when they are spending and investing in these types of products. What really works around those round. The i for dark circles treating pigmentation. It's the same thing that applies to the rest of the skin. So of course oxidants whether it's vitamin c can certainly be helpful. And then you know if if you're dealing with more severe hyper pigmentation. There's lot of like anti hyper pigmentation ingredients. So i mean milder ones are like nice cinnamon which is also an antioxidant but there are things like kojic acid hydra known these things. Lighten the skin and we know that it works also a retinoid. A retinoid is helpful because well first of all it increase skill turnovers. So you're getting rid of any old skin that could be hyper pigmented. But retinoids also causes skin allow the skin to become thicker and with thicker skin. There is less visibility like there's less translucent plays a huge part in like seeing the dark circles around the eyes and then the other ingredient that can help just kind of help with skin are peptides

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"derm" Discussed on Dermalogues

Dermalogues

02:28 min | 1 year ago

"derm" Discussed on Dermalogues

"How you approach that with the parents, how do you talk about you know most of these kids are I think all of these kids are going to get an MRI and just how do you lay that out because I think that's a very challenging conversation. To have. Yeah, I. Think it's challenging in a few fronts I think in pediatric dermatology, there's all often the medical sign where you know parents her. Abjectly worried about their child and with their outcome will be in the association excetera but there's also the aesthetic absolutely hanging on on where it is in the psychosocial effects of that and and so forth, and so the those two conversations are often wrapped up together in the context of congenital nearby that are not complex often Nikki tiny in the parents are just as worried and having slept. For. Days and so that's That's a fairly straightforward conversation to sort of talk about general skin surveillance and risk, and probably not much of an elevated risk of malignancy over their baseline risk. And sort of going from there. So that straightforward the complex cases, the ones that have it in the mid line with the spine or have greater than shoe palm sizes and a tiny baby because it's hard to know what their end. Size is going to be and I don't know that there's a great validated tool to predict that But some people talk about the fact that babies to their palms on signifies that that's going to be a big one Then you have to talk about the imaging and the risk of imaging whether you need sedation excetera then follow and so these. Babies are going to be following. So that's a pretty straightforward conversation. Sometimes, I reassure them that you're going to be followed. So you're going to be looking at home at the fact that you're going to be followed is is a good thing because we're we can look for changes over time thankfully even in a pediatric dermatologists hands secondary..

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Dermalogues

04:24 min | 1 year ago

"derm" Discussed on Dermalogues

"I love is in an emolument So we'd still talk about Bass Lean at every visit the baby but not for the find by the time they gets me with the diaper rash. vacillates nothing bad. Yeah are okay So one of the other things that the residents had just again to shift gears again, the residents did have this question harm logs this is. Jeffrey from McGill University. My question is sometimes new natal cases require special tests such as I am metheny genetics. If the hospital doesn't have access to these resources, how do we figure out how to access these tests outside of the hospital? What are your tips for advocating for the patient? So, there's two parts to that the testing that one would want to get as a dermatologist. Is usually. Done in the United States. So there are genetic lapse that you know, for example, like Jean Dx or whatever, where you can and you can contact them directly. If you know what you're thinking about, you can send them your specimens directly I. think that approach is problematic though because Number one someone needs to pay for the task. These tests are thousands of dollars and the funding structure for paying for a lot of this test either come from the institutional budget. Or and the person pays personally and so and these tests are cost prohibitive in terms of their amount costs. So the advocacy piece tying back into that question is. Contacting Someone in your hospital to advocate that this test is clinically necessary and is going to matter in the management of this particular child, and so that should come out of the budget. That's a tough conversation I think for dermatologist to have who isn't normally having those sorts of conversations as one number two. Once you get a genetic test back the parents are GonNa have lots of questions about said test and you at least I am not equipped to answer them and I would hazard a guess at the average dermatologist not either..

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Dermalogues

05:39 min | 1 year ago

"derm" Discussed on Dermalogues

"Days saw quite classic I remember seeing one that hats and diaper involvement but also had a story as a forum almost it sort of all over the body as well, too and so that of course you start thinking, i? Think the challenge is referred is psoriasis but and I guess that's on the differential too. But that I think for eight years particularly helpful the morphology is helpful I. Think it is a little bit different than just the regular. Baby degregori tennis. land-grant sell his toes is a bit of a different beast because the. Referral, bias I've been surprised in seen it present in different ways I think the accentuation the folds is helpful I think more of a hemorrhagic sort of erosion to it is helpful while to. Other locations may be played behind the year, etc, but it can just be right in the diaper area. The other thing is. Somebody's diagnosis I think acreage Central Pathak has probably made. The dock diagnosis is probably made the first time we see the patient. But the that comes in you tell them to cross it like a cake. It should get back if they're doing what they say you're supposed to do so close follow up is important. So you see them seven to fourteen days later and it's no better. So, then you start off, we'll have to start thinking about other things and for things like l., c., H. and an. E. Ultimately, you're going to do a biopsy The other thing L. C. H. is going back to history and physical sometimes these kids are not well right I would say that dermatologists may not. Appreciate. Half. Plateau splint Omega in An eight or might not examine for that. But you look if you're looking at it baby with pretty swollen belly, right you're looking for those. Types of clues as wealth to power as well might go along with that unfortunately, that signals a sicker baby I'm but SAM. But those are things that obviously wouldn't go along with the diaper dermatitis, right?.

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Dermalogues

04:58 min | 1 year ago

"derm" Discussed on Dermalogues

"Compensating. Now is does cultures are coming back. Usually you would cover empirically with an antiviral or you know anti on it that would take maybe two or three days, and you don't always want to do that but in an older child. But in this case until you have your results back, that's probably the safest thing. Having, said that looking at morphology their frank blisters and you're thinking about genetic things like epidermal, Isis Belo's or a massive Saito says, these are probably more the more common things that I would see my practice Then you definitely need a skin biopsy, but you have to be thinking about. What. You think may be going on because of this is epidermal isis below Zoric thiose says than just doing a regular. H., E. is not going to be enough. You probably do need to take some tissues for fiberglass culture especial tissue culture. So he can do some electron microscopy, your genetic. Testing are immuno fluorescence testing but that would be the next step. So Infectious Schwab's looking at baby supporting that way impair coverage with antimicrobial medications and then skin biopsy. and. An on top of that? If there's other dismore, fix features excetera and you're you're leaning towards. Some others that have genetic diagnosis will then you would add on additional things. So I guess just to come back to a couple of the things that you said. So let's say you know baby has clear fluid blisters. You're not one hundred percent. Sure. If you're in the immuno bullets sort of masters, I chose this category versus infection it sounds like your your general tendency would be covered with an anti viral because you kind of don't want miss that I. Guess and I guess on balance for the residents and for myself I always think about it as you know, what's the risk of a couple of days of Eisai clavier in it's relatively low low risk especially with normal kidney. So I kind of think about it as okay. Well, it's more of a safety net I guess one of the questions I have is would there be clinical clues that May..

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Dermalogues

05:25 min | 1 year ago

"derm" Discussed on Dermalogues

"But if they didn't, you start to think about it, you know maybe a a different line in terms of exposures out of the baby anti Nataly But in general you want to know, did they have ultrasounds? Were there any abnormalities did the family have to be followed specially throughout the pregnancy? Even those general questions might start to bring out things. family history is very important. I remember seeing baby who presented with blistering and we were thinking all sorts of different things and then just a simple question does anyone in the did anyone in the family of something like this and it turned out that one of the parents did and the parents had a diagnosis. kaddish congenital inform Arith- RUDERMAN DAF is not present at the you know at the. Consultation, but you know. History is worth a thousand words just knowing to to ask the right questions. So I think a good general pregnancy history is particularly important to knee only maybe not for a five year old but certainly, right And also I guess with respect to thinking about genetic things and family history. You tend to keep it that general sort of does anyone else in the family have this or at what kind of triggers you to say, maybe we need to actually get a little bit more formal and start drawing those circles and squares. Yeah So I I tend to do a bit of both because it's like Sometimes. People interpret questions differently. So you say do you dye your hair? No, but I highlight my hair. So I think sort of being open ended so I will say things like does anyone have something specific but then I will ask questions like anyone present with blistering anyone have to help genetic testing and that you know in the setting of specific diagnoses have you ever heard this long name before in terms of getting into Family Histories and that sort of thing. If I'm really concerned about genetics then I probably would get a genetics consultation going down that line and I'm lucky that I'm in a you know in a central rank and access that..

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Dermalogues

05:42 min | 1 year ago

"derm" Discussed on Dermalogues

"The expert this joining me today as Dr Moosa Joseph. She's a pediatrician and dermatologist at the University of Toronto and the Director of the Ricky Schachter Dermatology Center at Women's College Hospital. Welcome Orissa. Thanks for having me. Thank you so much for joining me. You Know I. Always Think about when I I. Have met some of the people that I interview on the PODCAST, and we have to go way back to when we were both attending medical school here health accidental Housi-. So we're I I'm still at the ALMA mater right relocated I mean east coast dirt or an East Coaster Toronto. You know today one of the topics that many of the residents have really wanted to cover is neonatal skin examined unitil dermatology and so. I thought this would be something that we could chat about today where you are a pediatric dermatologists, dermatologist and pediatric dermatologists, and you can really help us out with some of this because I know at least for myself Sometimes, this is an area that is very Fear inducing on call when I am called to the nick you. To See, a new. Baby that may have something so. Can you what I'm thinking about? I is maybe tell me a little bit about your general approach to the neonatal skin exam How is it different than other skin exams and are some of the more common things that were called about as tall adjusts? Oh, for sure I think one of the things we have to remember with news is that they in units typically are defined as under one month of age. So they're tiny and they're vulnerable and their skin is much more. Vulnerable to mechanical trauma infection, all of those things and and obviously the morbidity associated with that can be more severe so. You tend to half to Be Mindful but what the complications are and may be treated empirically or consider diagnoses that are even maybe rare because you don't WanNa miss them. So having said that though the majority of neonates are actually just fine and there's lots of things that they can that can happen to their skin and you know parents will be concerned and be bringing things up and I think just as important as recognizing the the serious things that can happen to on you really have to be familiar with the common benign things so you. Can reassure parents you can reassure referring provider. So my approach is often out looking at the baby in general a history of whether this is cute whether the baby is well whether the baby is behaving the way that the baby was behaving before are there other concerns outside the skin and then if this is an otherwise healthy baby looking at whether it be the presenting complaint at falls into the category of benign things that you can see. So are they bumps right? So thinking about Epstein Pearls or Milia are the Eruption that seemed to be resolving by the time they see you. So transient needle posture losses, or Erythematosus Sitcom, or merely area. So being thoughtful about some of these quite diffuse eruptions that can present in the new NATO period and putting them into different categories..

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Dermalogues

05:30 min | 1 year ago

"derm" Discussed on Dermalogues

"So I think we've we've covered a lot about your vitamin scientists in Lupus and honestly I mean we could probably talk for the same amount of time on the other. Autoimmune conditions auto inflammatories its whole other topic At first I thought, we might be able to delve into bit of psoriasis psoriatic arthritis but I think we covered a lot of stuff just thinking purely about autoimmune because we could probably revisit later topics at a future date. If you're if you're willing to to come back do you think that there's things that you know more across the board or that? Just you see that dermatologists are dermatology residents were there any pearls or that you would say Gosh I really wish they knew more about X. Y. or Z. because I just see it as a week a week spot or do you think we`re The question is. What are the knowledge gaps and rent yet our our knowledge gaps in. Our therapeutic gaps yes. So we have gaps in both areas. So the knowledge gaps are in in Lupus, it's it's. Being sensitized to the fact that even patients with chronic continuous Lupus can get systemic disease rain. We've talked about that that these patients really probably should be followed over over a long period especially if they're positive AMA the. I think that's the main knowledge gap From from the Durham side. Okay. from in terms of dramatic myositis the knowledge gap there is. The ability to is is make use of antibodies if you can get them they, they give you a clue to specific patterns of disease Having said that we we now recognize those patterns even with the absence of access to the antibodies..

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Dermalogues

04:23 min | 1 year ago

"derm" Discussed on Dermalogues

"At the Mayo Clinic and and essentially you know the calcium antagonists may be but really the best treatment was to cut it out When in doubt cut it out although I do always say to the residents you know went went fifty different things have been tried nothing works great. So. So, so this is what I say you know treat the process Yep. Treat the process make sure you've got the DM the inflammation under control and and and and do that aggressively right and I think that's good advice. So that's a pretty good review of the the questions that we had around dramatic I do want to just briefly a little bit about Lupus and I think. The cutaneous Lupus Lupita -ties if if that's a word. Or something that the residents in Durham see relatively frequently I think sometimes it's challenging to think about when and if there is systemic lupus. How aggressively you need to work up those cutaneous lupus patients in some of the questions I know even talking today you know it's easy to ask someone about joint pain I find it more challenging to ask people about neurologic or psychiatric symptoms, and so when you see those cutaneous lupus patients. What kind of things are you thinking about or what would clue you into saying? Okay. Maybe this is one of those. You know five ten percent of the systemic people. Right. So what we normally teaches that the the the conversion rate of skin only lupus systemic lupus is, as you said, maybe maybe five percent highest twenty percent if you look at the literature and it and it tends to be cumulative over time. So I, think the just as in psoriasis PSORIATIC arthritis, you know how the patients present with psoriasis have disease of the skin may be eight years and then one per hundred. Patients gets joint disease per year and it sort of accumulates. We have the same sort of phenomenon happening in lupus. So we have a gradual number of patients that convert to stomach disease. So it's really something that you need to be sensitized about and keep asking..

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Dermalogues

03:16 min | 1 year ago

"derm" Discussed on Dermalogues

"So go dramatic site it's What what what we tend to do is we we look for proximal muscle weakness right? So dramatically, seitis is associated with proximal muscle weakness. So this shoulder girdle the the pelvic limb girdle in the the cervical musculature. So I also. In addition to what you mentioned, which is very reasonable. Screen I also check muscle neck flex, and extensive. Okay and it's usually the neck flex action. It's a pretty simple thing. You just ask them to keep their head you know push back. And and obviously the the there some patients present with dysphasia and. That can be a marker of severe disease and so we asked them about that as well. Okay. And then in terms of. Investigations. So let's say you have some objective or subjective weakness I know when I was a resident, it was like muscle biopsies, gold standard I feel like things at least at our center have moved a little bit more towards clinical em G. Mri what are you doing for Diagnostics? Well I? Don't know that I. In my experience as I said, the diagnosis of dementia, my sinuses clinical, right? Okay. So I not you're not doing those things, i. Investigating. No, and not I mean we we do. We do send patients. I sent patients for a a an MRI to see if there's muscle inflammation if if they're if they're clinically week or I send them to the neurologist for for em Geez for weakness. But I figure at least initially disease. I can make the diagnosis clinically and and I don't need a piece of tears. To confirm the diagnosis for me so. You know what to be fair. I may do those things because. I don't tr- like if I have somebody has muscle involvement, I will often refer them to remember. Yeah. So that may differ between you and I where you would be able to do both and go. So muscle disease takes US often into into high dose corticosteroids. The rheumatologist on hand to help us with that decision with that treatment and and it's it's that room Durham collaboration, the rooms will order will order. A MRI's and muscle biopsies and DMG's I usually follow them with the the neurologists and there we get either an M. G. or as I said the the MRA if we can get it So so that helps and I mean, I, think that the one thing not to forget is is also the Association of this disease not with only malignancy but interstitial lung disease frightened. So the patients dude needed in my opinion baseline chest x ray and pulmonary function tests. That can be rapidly progressive number one and number two can lead to patient demise if it's not..

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Dermalogues

04:00 min | 1 year ago

"derm" Discussed on Dermalogues

"And I don't think that I would withhold a screen if they didn't have a higher risk auto antibody profile, right? I think tiff one gamma is the antibody that is the has the highest association, but there is quite a bit of overlap with the different antibodies. So in most adults who present with dramatic myositis I would proceed with with with a rational Symptom based screen Especially in in the in the elderly patients right So we actually rescreen them at at six month intervals for the first two years because most statistics suggest that your risk of associated malignancy goes down after that period of time and so would you screen them every six months only with with imaging or with history or physical findings and I. Mean I guess the other question is I always try to say I would do age appropriate or aggressively appropriate. So you know mammogram PAP smear can considered. Colonoscopy has been a certain amount of time prostate although But I I also know there's some people that advocate for Sorta like throw them in the head to toe and see what happens but I tend not to do that. We at our center, we don't either there are some American centers where there's been a discussion on the value of doing a a pet scan for example, to look for disease I think if you do a careful and cautious clinically based screen a as you mentioned I, think that's reasonable I actually or examination as. and have had some discussions with my emt colleagues about why are you sending him to me We know that the incidence of oral. Cancer is increasing related to HP that may start decreasing with with availability vaccines, but we're still in the point where the that age group is increasing. So that's a risk and and we have people with nasal fringe disease from from from Asian countries. I think both of those things are things that art hugely invasive. Have someone have a look at you make sure we're not missing anything there. So that in addition to the usual chest x Ray and in women. And Agile ultrasound and Talbot ultrasound to look for ovarian disease. Yeah. Okay. Yeah that's that's pretty reasonable. Thinking about coming back to doing things on regular intervals. What about the patient that initially presents with the Pathak version? Are you asking the questions around muscle weakness or you testing for muscle weakness each time you see them? Or do you think a certain period passes whereby you tape probably not going develop the muscle involvement? Yes. So the question is, is the patient with demise seitis. Premio Pathak or truly a ethic. And the. Literature isn't clear on that but Santana and colleagues have defined patients with a Myo. Pathak is having had disease without clinical weakness. After a period I think one to two years two years and so It makes sense to screen people for weakness and ask for weakness. Definitively within the first year but I would say after the first year, the value of doing that sort of decrease. And I'd be curious to see what you do. So my father is a retired neurologist, and so probably I don't know maybe when I was a baby, he was teaching me how to do you know strength exams but I basically get a patient to sit up from a chair without assistance I do their muscle strength in their proximal upper extremities and I leave it at that. What do what do you do for clinical screening? Okay..

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Dermalogues

05:23 min | 1 year ago

"derm" Discussed on Dermalogues

"Those are the four cardinal things and then I and then I leave it at that and I base it on my clinical impression. What I often have or these patients that just have the A and are otherwise well, what do I tell them? Tell, them Anna's not uncommon especially in young women and may indicate a predilection of of autoimmune disease in the future. So I go over with them a a quick spiel of things that they can do to minimize the onset of autoimmune disease, and we know epidemiologically that Lucas and other autoimmune diseases including rheumatoid arthritis, for example, psoriasis are linked with. Of what I would call at risk activities. So. Bad Habit. Tonight. So the address oats, all those at risk activities include smoking right Have getting a sunburn for lupus. and and that's basically those two things, right? obsessively is a risk factor for psoriasis and PSORIATIC arthritis, but lasts for these autoimmune diseases. All right. Then I tell them, what else can they do? Well, they can make sure they have adequate levels of Vitamin D. In that. A as a as a dermatologist or rheumatologist can actually order a vitamin D. level in these people and if it's low, I do counsel them on Oral Vitamin D supplementation. The other thing that is associated with With autoimmune disease is a history of severe drug reaction and of course, that's not something that that you in terms of patient can can affect in any behavior. It's just another piece of the puzzle if there's a history of that, right? So that's basically the. The spiel I give my patients I say look. Your. Your absolute risk relative risk of autoimmune disease is higher than than someone who doesn't have these diseases but your absolute risk is still very low. And If they peg me on that I would usually say easily in the order of one in twenty or five percent or lower right So as long as they're aware of the signs and symptoms of disease..

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Dermalogues

03:30 min | 1 year ago

"derm" Discussed on Dermalogues

"And often they're the question is, is this Lupus is dramatic seitis if the rashes prominence between those two if they have episodic rashes and maybe vascular I, this question of shogren rises and less commonly mixed connective tissue disease which is sort of in between in between lupus and and systemic sclerosis right the grab bag of Rheumatology, right so the and there it's a matter of doing a careful clinical exam and looking at the cutaneous features to see if that can give you a clue. So or to carry a weapon Arctic Carol Things Happen in auto inflammatory disease, but they also happen in Lupus or to carry allegiance happened. For example, in show grins and can be included that the the the eruptions of lupus There are a number of lupus Pacific skin eruptions as you know, subcutaneous Catania's. And and chronic continuous lupus or discord lupus and also to mid. lupus. So we look specifically for those things. Dramatic myositis is usually more subtle often those patients present with each or a an an. An eruption on the scalp and then the more classic findings which are the ones popular got signs and in all of these patients auto inflammatory versus autoimmune I make a point of examining the proximal Nail Foltz and the capillary pattern to see if there's any abnormalities air those most common with data, my Sintus and with systemic sclerosis much. That with your dramatic scope or just sort of abuse by dramatic scope all patients and I find it very useful because it helps me. Sometimes, classify patients is having vascular prominent disease as a dramatic site is or systemic sclerosis. And it also helps me in terms of. Assessing those patients in terms of disease activity 'cause that's often the first thing to appear and when you treat them adequately one of the first things to get better over time. There's a pearl maybe now. I I wasn't aware of that. So I will start taking a closer look I find this quite dynamic. Sorry. It can be quite helpful in following these patients in terms of So what you're seeing a patient, you're doing the history you're kind of going down one of those in your mind, and then you're ordering auto antibodies. As part of your routine blood work, you know I think that sometimes the challenge is, how do you interpret those auto antibodies? What type of patterns are sticking out at you and and so you know I guess what would make you definitively WanNa go down one route or the other or do you have any tips on the way that you might interpret auto antibodies? There's there's chapters of books on put right it can be quite a two minutes. Essentially a a lot of. How you interpret, it depends also on what technology is being employed by the lab that you use and more and more are auto antibodies are done in a multiplex systems and beads systems and are essentially screening.

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"derm" Discussed on Dermalogues

Dermalogues

05:06 min | 1 year ago

"derm" Discussed on Dermalogues

"This program is supported by an educational grant from Sun Pharma Canada Inc made available through the CD corporate supporter program. I welcome to Dermot log season two. I'm your host, Dr Kerry Purdie I'm a dermatologist who works in Halifax part-time community part time academic. As. Residence you don't always get a chance to hear from dermatologist outside your own center in this podcast is designed to change some of that. The goal of the series is to help you dermatology residents get answers from expert dermatologist across the country to some of your burning questions on key areas of our practice. One of those experts is Dr Janda. He's a professor and head of the Department of Dermatology and skin science. UPC He's also senior scientists with the British Columbia. Children's Hospital Research Institute and although this isn't part of my notes, he was previously the chief examiner for the world. College and so Dr Ditz thank you so much. For joining me welcome to journal logs. Well, it's a pleasure to have a little bit of time with you. Thank you. Thank you. Now one of the things when I asked the residents, what do you want to hear about in season to various topics with respect to dermatology and rheumatology came up and it just seemed like a natural choice to speak to you about it as you are a dermatologist and rheumatologist. So I think it's nice for the residents to hear from you from both perspectives. Okay so I think we'll just launch right into it and usually all chat I. But I think one of the questions residents had would be a nice place to start. The world headquarters of the dermal logs podcast. Hi Malaga's. This is Christina Clemson at Dalhousie. University. My question is, what is your approach to the undifferentiated autoimmune or rheumatology dermatology patient. Thank you. Well I guess the first thing is to decide What the prevailing processes. So if you have a patient that as you say undifferentiated, let's undifferentiated rheumatology patients. So the patients that come to me from rheumatologists there they often come with a specific question and the two of the most common specific questions are, is this an autoimmune disease or is this an auto inflammatory disease?.

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Reflections with Wye Oak

The Noise Pop Podcast

04:02 min | 1 year ago

Reflections with Wye Oak

"Welcome back to the noise podcast on host Adrian Spinelli coming to you from San Francisco California. We've been working on having the Band Wye Oak, join US different I studios this past march earn episode talking about some of the most memorable music they released over the past decade plus. But then the pandemic it towards got cancelled world fell apart you know the story goes. But. Now a few months later pleased to say that we've got JEN wosner, Andy Stack, Wyatt, joining US remotely. Of course, for the first installment. In the series, we're calling reflections. On reflections, artists will take us through musical points on timelines of their careers, listen to the songs and then talk about everything from production process songwriting anecdotes, emotions they were experiencing at the time writes stories you've never heard and a lot more. The past fifteen years why okay have been incredibly rewarding band across their sixth studio albums and more. While originally from Baltimore both Shannon Andy. North Carolina and they each have solo projects out as well. Flock of dimes Jen enjoy Arrow for Andy. It recorded had been a part of live ensemble bans on their lot. Of. Negro so Vanessa L. Lamb chop a co-produced suckers lunch the latest album from Oakland's madeline. Kenny, and there's a new OK. P called new horizon you the Brooklyn Youth Chorus Out July thirty first on merge records. We'll talking about that album and everything that came before. It's because it's been a winding road to get twenty twenty for why oak and we'll be circling that path throughout this episode. Reflections on the northbound. PODCAST. With. Okay, we're on the line with JEN wosner and Andy Stack of y Oke Jen's coming from your derm. Now is our in North Carolina where you're at. Yeah, close enough. I don't want to tell anyone any closer to be honest with you. Andy is in Delaware right now hanging on the beach Ojai I'm in Delaware yes. This is a series where were calling reflections. Hopefully, it's that the first of many installments into the series and we're going to go through some songs y okay. Songs through the years and I'm excited. Talk you guys. Welcome. Welcome to the northbound podcast. Thanks for having us. Thank you. As far as the reflections knows my thought of the name I just had the Diana Ross and the Supreme Song like China. A song playing in my head. I could somehow Ford the clearance to play that song on the podcast. It would. Right now sounds like you get you get a theme song already you're good to go. I. Know Right. If you WANNA hire us to do sound like that would be fine to why oh, covering reflections by Diana Ross and the supremes the sound alike, no one needs and nobody asked for. who well so let's let's talk a little bit here. You guys have definitely speaking of you guys have not settled at all you guys have been super busy the last three or four months here, and there's been there's been a lot of Wye Oak music coming out, we're going to play a couple of those songs. Are you both originally from Baltimore Yeah, we're both from Baltimore. We grew up about fifteen minutes away from one another and. Actually get this out of the way in the no horizon EP is out on July thirty first on merge records Y. Okay. IS A. Is a core merge band if you will you guys have been with merge since. Two thousand nine correct maybe even sooner. I think two, thousand, seven. Yeah. First record came out in two, thousand, two, thousand, six, hundred, thousand, seven I can't remember a long time ago.

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"derm" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

01:56 min | 1 year ago

"derm" Discussed on WJR 760

"Through the list. Apparently, they have made it extremely difficult to figure out which one of these Hand sanitizers are being recalled. But let me tell you something, It's even more dangerous. Because they say the FDA is saying Anyone exposed to hand sanitizer with methanol. That's the wood alcohol should seek immediate medical attention. Talk about scaring people, and then not giving us all the names in a simple list is is almost criminal behavior. From the FDA to just scare people like that. Some of the companies All clean. Ask BioChem Clean Care, Santa Derm, LeVar 70 and good gel. All manufactured by Mexico based Esque biochem essay. There's also this is disconcerting. Hello, Kitty. Bye. Sanrio Hand sanitizer, which appears to have been sold in bottle shaped like hello, Kitty's head. Others born basic anti back hand sanitizer recalled. For the methanol contamination. So there's this a huge, bigger problem than we might have guessed. So bear that in mind and go online and try to see if your Hand sanitizer is included, but it's It's not easy because only lists I confined her lists that give a bunch of code numbers and other things. That are going to be a little problematic and trying to find these things. Just look for your brand and see if it's on that list. It is 7 19 at 7 60 W. J. R. Consumers energy Is here to help the small business customers who are struggling.

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How To Get On a Retinol Routine You Won't Want To Quit

Breaking Beauty Podcast

06:16 min | 1 year ago

How To Get On a Retinol Routine You Won't Want To Quit

"Dr Noisier. Welcome back to our show. So here's the thing you guys at p. and G. Through all the research that you're always doing uncovered a little secret that most women are trying retinal and then quitting it before they actually see results so tell us about that. What is happening? And what kind of statistics are you seeing on this topic? Yes yes yes just to start off with. I think retinol as you mentioned. It's one of those ingredients that pretty much. Everyone has heard of right. There are some other ones in skincare. Where it's like you know you feel more expert. Retinal did a survey with about six thousand women in America and over eighty percents said yes I know of. I'm aware I've heard on edge via it's huge and then over forty percents. Half of the people have the women who had hard of it had actually tried it at some point again. So that's that's Numbers you wouldn't see for many other in wiggins but now comes the interesting part half of these women use their retinal products for less than amongst less than a month in that month. Eight out of ten did not use it every day and now comes the loss number. If you go back to everyone who who tried it at some point be to of ten? Women kept using the retinal product after several months. Shoe out of ten. Which meant Wayne's eight out of ten stopped using so to recap. What were the main reasons that people were quitting their retinol routines? It's really two main reasons that jumped out the first one is irritation redskin burning sensation. We've all right. I've definitely gone overboard and some prescription stuff definitely even has a name retinoids reaction so yes. It's very common. So that's the number one reason another reason is and it's almost the opposite is women that are irrational product. And they don't get anything they don't irritation but they also don't results and they will have spent quite a bit of money on that product and so they just give up because like I don't even know what that yeah I the thing is I you know. I know that retinol is the most serious ingredient on the web. I know it's the number one ingredient recommended by dermatologists. So how much retinal is actually out there? So so leading up to allay bringing out. Its Final Twenty. Four collection we. We did do a big search in the three years. Previous to our introduction many other retinal products globally have long and it was over three hours. Just those three years and that was a good year ago so arena. It's even more on top of all the products that already existed so it is crazy thousands and thousands of new products and coming out of. Wow that's incredible. No wonder women are confused. Indeed Dr Noise or I'm going to be honest with you when I attended the Ole presentational for all twenty four I was really shook by a slide that you guys put up there. I mean. I've been abused journalist for over fifteen years now and when I saw that side I just immediately. I had to go up and take a picture I was like. I don't even know if this is allowed. And it was basically a comparison of all the leading retinol products was drugstore. Luxury derm brands all those cute instagram brands. So can you sort of explain if you can what that was all about? Absolutely I know exactly which Chart Gimme actually wanted showed as showed how much wretched no we found in these formulations. How much was in that? That was able in some cases. What's on the pack? We found in there and quite a few cases we found a lot less than what it said on the label because it had degraded by the time right. That was one data point. How much is actually in there? At the point of you know using it often Archer said and then the second data points. Yes how much of that gets actually into your skin versus sitting on the surface and if my memory serves you had ten brands all lined up. I believe there was one that lived up to its claim that was very expensive and then there was like a second one that halfway lived up to its claiming the rest. Were just kind of like no right yes there. Were quite a few disappointments in their. The interesting point. Was that none of these about actually delivered more active retinal into the skin than the Holy Reginald Twenty Four K. considerably shocked. My pearls were being clutch every other beauty editor in the room. Let me tell you. Did you feel trip and by all of these like stealth mode after noisier? Like how did you get your hands on these? We did because we wanted to be realistic right so if you are do are you go to store. You know you buy your home you use. That's exactly what we did secret shopper. Now and I feel like that just really gets to the core of what this is all about and what this episode really is all about so a lot of the reason that women quit their retinal and their routines is because they're buying these things and they think it's going to be a holy grail. But they're really buying almost like a false promise products that are not being able to perform and meet the promise of. What's on the label so now a lot of people are looking at percentages. Because you think oh if it's got two percent retinol that must be better but is there like I just feel like that's faulty logic to so. How do you decipher what's good and not good? And that's part of the problem. Too Right it. Is You know what they are. Probably some ingredients were having the percentage on their lot more sense for example some of the essence right in do want to know what is the acid levels. Is it something? Us Daily weekly whatnot right. There's a very lineal relationship between how much is in there and our activity aggressiveness for Reginaldo. It's a little bit different. A small amount of rational goes a very

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How Joanna Vargas Built a Beauty Empire with Her Hands

Latina to Latina

09:58 min | 1 year ago

How Joanna Vargas Built a Beauty Empire with Her Hands

"I have read about your early morning routine and found it very inspiring. Can you tell me about your early mornings? And how you develop that habit as you and I Both know it's challenging when you have kids and you're working and you don't try to find time for yourself. It's you know you have to be highly scheduled and I've always been an early riser. And so instead of just waking up early and just sitting in bed I decided to make it into a bit of a moment for myself which I found has really helped me tremendously in terms of stress management. And just making me feel like I did something good for myself every day so I wake up quite early and I do sit in bed for a little bit and just look at what's happening in the universe and then I get up and Do a pelleting class which really helps me manage stress. And kind of invigorates me and Gets my day started nicely with some fun music and some dance vibes. You like me a busy mom. What is the bare minimum? We each need to be doing to have good skin. I like to point out people that good skin has nothing to do with your DNA in has everything to do with your lifestyle. The bare minimum would include getting enough rest Exercising and eating not be on a diet but eating things that will give life to you and then on the skin-care side. It will be washing your face before bed wearing sunscreen every day and then I think sort of an essential ingredient in your arsenal would be a vitamin C. Ideally a vitamin C serum for day to help protect your skin against sal mutation and sun damage. You know you could wear it under makeup so those would be sort of like the bare minimum perhaps in exfoliating once or twice a week I bear is also my maximum John. That's how much of one's skin do you think is about what you were putting into your body verse. What you were putting on your skin. You know I'm an ESA Titian. So obviously I believe in product I believe in Facials butts I think. Fat Your Skin is like maybe seventy percent what the rest of your life looks like good products are really important but I think people discount completely how important it is to be healthy in your life. It's such an important part having good skin and controlling breaking out controlling dryness controlling how we age. Obviously I had to learn this as I got older. I'm I'm turning fifty this year and I feel like I understand a healthy lifestyle so much more than I did. When I was young I was so much more willing when I was young to kind of be like. Oh you don't have good skin and in my case. My mother had darker skin than me and I always wished I had her skin. I got cursed with this. You know fair skinned with freckles in Malaysia. And you know we all have our things right and I think when you're younger it's easy to pick yourself apart and when you get older you realize there's so much you can do for yourself some to make yourself look good and I. I think that my skin looks better than it's ever looked even though in my late forties so you do look I just for anyone listening so they know that skin is is is glowing. You grew up in Princeton. New Jersey went to University of Chicago studied. Women's studies is also a women's studies major so I love and Jersey quarrelsome and photography. What did you plan to do with that? You know? I moved to New York with that dream of being a fashion photographer or an art photographer of some kind. I did get jobs in that field at the beginning in the first years I was here. I just really realized very quickly that my personality I was not. I was not made for that lifestyle. I was not made to be a freelancer. I was very shy. I was very quiet. The idea of self promotion embarrassed me and just being on set. I just felt so stressed out all the time and so going to beauty school was sort of like while. Maybe I'll do make up. Maybe I could be a part of the Industry. Some Way and In a different way and when I got to school I really fell in love with the idea of taking care of somebody and that one on one. You share with me. What what's troubling you and I'm going to help you fix it and to this day. That's really what I love about my career and that's why I still do So many facials and I'm still in the mix Because I just love it this Chew Lak- Nice to have you on must be a special reason. Yeah Yeah you know. It's a special reason since I like to be behind all right so when come to beauty decided to come on board. I guess you rushed volunteer to try the products as I know I did. And it's the first time I know but I've already been using the coconut cream for years so I figured I wasn't going to miss a chance to try out sister products. I liked the photo you sent me the other day. You hear literally good and that was just after one shampoo and conditioner. My girls were shiny and smooth man. And my Komo's not full of my own hair after detangle that in the shower even in pictures is coming through. Your hair looks shiny and hydrated and just so healthy things. I really appreciate that. You let me send you those about the chained. So how many products are you using? All told right now. I've got four so I'm using the shampoo. The conditioner believing cream and they can tell you. What my favorite is the wave first of all that name is everything but I love how my waves on my Carl's just are fuller touchable. They're less frizzy. I mean I sound like an ad but let me tell you well you can enjoy the benefits of the gun through beauty haircare line picking up your favorites at target ordering from target dot com. You worked at new organic spa and with a dermatologist. Had those experiences shape your thinking on skin care? I learned a lot about ingredients at the organic spa. I also felt like the stress was more on aromatherapy there than anything else and it was very hard to clinically help. Anybody I also learned. I don't like Enya as much as other people may have. And so me. Getting a job with a derm was kind of like okay. I'm not going to do this. Who Am I and so working there? For the time that I was there was the opposite end of the spectrum. It was somebody who was really passionate about product and beauty which is great But where do I fall in this conversation? I found that I really thought less was more and I wanted to show people that you don't have to turn to invasive things in order to get your skin to be what you wanted to be. And so that's really how I developed my voice however it took you a long time to tell your parents that you were working as an institution and that this is what you were going to do why I think perhaps other people who have immigrant families can relate to this in some way. I'll just speak for myself and I have found that friends who have had immigrant. Parents have related to this concept but really my parents did not send me to school so that I would work with my hands. It's really that cut and dry sometimes for people. Mom definitely knew that aestheticians existed. But I don't think that anybody was happy with that choice in career. They wanted me to be a lawyer or a doctor. Those are pretty much. My two choices. I think that my family would have been proud of me if they could see now what I've accomplished but Definitely it was a hard conversation and it was many years after that I still had to listen to while if you have become a lawyer like your brother Blah Blah Blah Blah Blah. So you know it is what it is. They just had a different world view. And I think one of the gifts that I have in my life is that I'm really good at seeing things from other people's perspectives. Even if they're not my own and I understood what they meant they just wanted what was best for me. It was very dramatic when I was young. But now you know I I really. I really get what they were

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Horse Owned By Victor Martinez Headed For Kentucky Derby

In The Gate

05:00 min | 1 year ago

Horse Owned By Victor Martinez Headed For Kentucky Derby

"We've seen some professional athletes. Those who bring in big money branch out into ownership after their playing days are over. Mario lemieux has won. Three Stanley Cup says owner of the Pittsburgh Penguins after leading them to two as a player. Magic Johnson Nolan Ryan and Warrick Dunne are among those who at one time co own the teams they once played for then there's Michael Jordan and Carolina David Beckham. Who's Inter- MIAMI. Mls team just began. Play this year and Lebron James who owns a piece of Liverpool in the English premier league who are among other athletes who have become owners. Then there's Victor Martinez a five time all star catcher and designated hitter primarily with the Cleveland Indians and Detroit Tigers. He decided on ownership to and now. He has a chance to win his sports. Ultimate prize shot pin Geir Mo going after the leaders and goes tencent on the outside and Paco Lopez sets him down for the driving. He's picking up versus one by one but meanwhile upfront at fifty to one of King Gary Mode now going to aid. Here's pink derm O- on the outside trying to follow your gut. Said Chan said is home on the outside inside the final furlong. Do you believe this king at forty nine to one. He doesn't just want it. He wins it off in press. I cannot think of a former professional athlete. Who owned or co owned a Kentucky Derby winner? Maybe you can. Please let me know but Victor Martinez has a chance to be something of a trailblazer and we are fortunate enough to welcome Victor Martinez for the First Time. Here to investigate. What was it like for you that day? It was crazy it was crazy man with a lot of stuff that we were just praying that you know he likes the door he likes the dirt and then you know I remember having my wife be right beside on my right and You know the final stretch. She kids saying we won. We won and I was like no. You know we still. It's still a race to go super race to go. And she was like we weren't we weren't and then we. I think we're the only people in the race track that was jumping and screaming because he was forty nine to one You know we have gone through a you know a lot of stuff with him. You know special. Because what he's made he's He's debut he may He's view in fighting. Hafer loans on dirt right so you know He. He came out of the big favourite of the race. You know because of these workers stuffing You know it was a fourteen horse. Feel and he ended up seeks to raise so it was Kinda. You know disappointed but we were happy. I mean as a family have my whole family there. We'll have a great time and that was what it's all about. I was I was trying to do that to have with my family but you know I remember the trainer. One Carlos was very very disappointed about his performance. He was you know what I'm saying. I'm sorry I don't know what happened. That was like don't worry about it. I mean we have a great time. You know we have a lot of people came to us and say that king a year is a terrific guy. He got a racer grass so well we decided to give him a chance on on on turf grass and we put him on a mile rate. You got a king gear. Mouse can gear midway on. The turn is opened up. A six length advantage gear comes into the stretch with a seven length. Lead Kozel Listrik Joe. Second third but king who they gotta catch can gear ball popular. Victory here can gear them out by about eight legs so we were like okay. I think he he liked turfing. You know we put him on another race. These these time was the steak then. He came third. So you know He. He lost the race in the final four lawn. Something like that and You know he he make another another big race but I still have my dream united. See how my dream from like my Kentucky Derby horsing. I told the trainer one time I told him Carl listen. I think he deserved one. More shot on dirt. So let's put him on one more time and but Lisa he's not gonNA raise any those leader races. Let's put him on a raise. That point to the Kentucky and he looked at me and he was agreed. We put him on the temporary. We you know we went out there to try. Try Him on again. And then we came out with spider it every now you talked about your trainer Juan Carlos Ave line. You're rider Sammy. Camacho are not that well known on the national thoroughbred racing scene they like you are Venezuelan. Had you thought about going with a more well-established trainer and rider to prepare for the Kentucky? Derby Nope nope they put him in the Kentucky every day going with him to the Kentucky Derby. That's how it works for me.

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People in their 20s are injecting face fillers to look like their selfie filters

Marketplace Tech with Molly Wood

05:24 min | 2 years ago

People in their 20s are injecting face fillers to look like their selfie filters

"This. Marketplace podcast is brought to you by the university of Florida Warrington college of business transform your future with an MBA from one of America's top ten universities. Learn more at Warrington dot ufl dot EDU slash MBA. People in their twenties and thirties are getting injections to look more like their selfie filters from American public media. This is marketplace tech demystifying the digital economy. I'm Ali would. Selby's are an art form on social media. But some young people aren't happy with just a Snapchat or Instagram filter. They want the lip cheek and forehead injections. So that their real life faces match the doctor itself fees. The American Academy of facial plastic and reconstructive surgery says there's been a twenty percent increase in botox injections among eighteen to thirty seven year olds in the last five years. Marketplace reporter, Eric embarrassed, it's reporting on this recently. And she told me that the makers of injectable fillers which smooth out the lines on your face like a photo filter. Does are starting to spend a lot more money on social media marketing, our Gan, which is the company that makes boat talks makes Juve Dharam does cool sculpting. That's where they're paying influencers to do a lot of the work. So people are on Instagram anyway, looking at other people's faces all the time. And then they're seeing people that they might follow women that they might look up to. And they're seeing that they also were are actually, you know, talking. About these things, you know, they're like hash tagging Sunday afternoon. Hashtag tocks hashtag filter. Hashtag fillers. You know, the whole thing. Yeah. Tell me more specifically about what people are getting done like what specific procedures than what are people trying to look like. So the most basic thing that most people are getting done is just getting, you know, likable talks injection that kind of freezes your face and kind of makes you look relaxed. But then after that there's a lot of small spas that have opened up that are offering things like institute, which is some stuff that you can get put in your cheeks that give you like sort of a higher cheekbone. You can get your lips done and make them a little bit plumper a lot plumper. There's all kinds of stuff that you can get done. I understand that one woman told you she really has heard of people asking to look more like the filters that they have seen on social media. Right. Yeah. So one woman I spoke with who's Twenty-seven-year-old in Rhode Island. And she says she just gets her lips done. She gets imbo both talks. But it's pretty like normalized amongst her group of friends, and she has a couple. They get a little shot of Duve Derm in the tip of their nose. It makes them look a little bit like that Snapchat filter, and I just thought that was kind of fascinating like the idea that you wanna look like what your online reflection looks like do you have a sense of whether any of the doctors are ethically conflicted about this. Do they resist it at all? Yeah. So I did talk to one doctor who actually is the head of one of the plastic surgery. National plastic surgery associations in Memphis, and he refuses to give anyone any kind of injectable or bow talks unless they medically need it or if they're under a certain age. So he's adamant lead not doing it. But at the same time, he knows that there's like clinics just right up the street that you can just walk into. I think the big part of it is is that because you know, it's it's an elective procedure. It's a lot of money. And so you're budgeting thousand or two thousand a year, you know, it can be hard to say no to that. Erica barris is a reporter with marketplace. Last year. Researchers at the Boston University school of medicine Warren. About what they called Snapchat, Dismore FIA and said, it could lead to body Dismore fic- disorder, a mental illness that causes people to obsess about their imagined defects. And now for some related links head over to our website. Marketplace tech dot org for a link to a longer story that Erica did about this four marketplace and more stories about Snapchat, Dismore, Fiat, and how it has plastic surgeons worry earlier this year doctors at Massachusetts General Hospital published a guide for cosmetic practitioners to help them figure out when they're dealing with someone who is beyond normal discontent with their appearance and onto the obsessive compulsive spectrum that is body this Morphing disorder their research that as many as thirteen percent of people seeking cosmetic surgery have the disorder and in a fun. Fact, I learned that dissatisfaction with your appearance is so common in basically, everyone that researchers call it quote normative discontent. There is a hopeful story from Taylor Laurenz over at the Atlantic though from just a couple of weeks ago about how even though those twenty and thirty somethings or getting the nose injections, look more like their filters. The next generation. Of influencers is actually rejecting the carefully edited super stylized aesthetic, and they're going for a quote, Messier and more unfiltered vibe, the story quotes, a fifteen year old influencers who says that avocado toast and posts on the beach are generic and played out and that it's not cool anymore to be manufactured. So maybe the children really are our future. Unless allergen comes calling with the big check. I'm Ali would. And that's marketplace tech. This is a PM.

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DERM Stock Up 100% After Dermira Announces Positive Trial Results

P&L With Pimm Fox and Lisa Abramowicz

00:43 sec | 2 years ago

DERM Stock Up 100% After Dermira Announces Positive Trial Results