Because it doesn’t exist. What many people refer to as “fungal acne” is actually a condition dermatologists define as Pityrosporum Folliculitis (or Malassezia folliculitis). This condition is described as an overproduction of Malassezia furfur, a yeast that is naturally part of the skin microbiome. It
The holidays are here and the skin care drops this season have been impressive. But before you wild out on new products, you want to ensure that you are using products that will work well for your skin. And if you’ve got your eye on
A hot debate amongst skin care enthusiasts is whether one should be seeing a dermatologist for their skin care concerns or if they should be visiting an esthetician. The confusion on who to visit is understandable. After all, at the end of the day, dermatologists
I’m making some changes to the way we do things. These changes are to better reflect results-oriented skin services. The impetus for this shift is to aid clients in forming healthy skin care habits while also being cost-effective for a wider range of budgets. Read
There is no reason for Acne to stop your shine. Yet, every day, we find ourselves covering up our blemishes, being frustrated over new breakouts, and constantly on the hunt for a holy grail product that will finally end the acne once and for all.