We are thrilled that our home state of New Jersey has banned tanning for minors under 17! No one should use tanning beds for any reason of any age, but it is a good start. This should help reduce the incidence of skin cancer especially melanoma which is on the rise. Stay safe this summer… Read More
Does your skin break out around the same time every month? It’s not just coincidence, your hormones may be to blame. Dr. Rebecca Baxt discusses how to fight hormonal acne on DailyMakeover.com http://www.dailymakeover.com/trends/skin/hormonal-acne/
Do you feel like your complexion has been uncooperative during this winter? You’re not imagining things; winter months are incredibly harsh on your skin! GalTime.com has Dr. Rebecca Baxt discuss how the chilly season affects our skin and what to do to rejuvenate it back in time for spring!
There are so many skin myths out there it can be really confusing. To scrub or not to scrub? Moisturizers or cosmetic creams? Aging based on your parents? In Examiner.com, Dr. Rebecca Baxt clears up all the skin care myths out there and discusses a direct skin regimen for proper skin care and wrinkle prevention.
People love traveling in the winter months to escape the gloomy weather at home but drastic climate changes, dry cabin air in planes as well as an overwhelming itinerary can be harsh on their skin. Dr. Rebecca Baxt discusses how to keep your skin looking impeccably refreshed during your travels on ‘Edge on the Net’.… Read More
Kudos to our colleagues in New Zealand calling for regulations on proper laser use and sun beds. This reminds us how important it is to have board certified dermatologists treating your skin and to avoid tanning beds. Our board certified dermatologists are qualified to fit your skin care needs! http://www.nzherald.co.nz/nz/news/article.cfm?c_id=1&objectid=10848299
Unfortunately the ‘pregnancy glow’ doesn’t always bless all pregnant women with clear skin. In ‘SheKnows.com‘ Dr. Rebecca Baxt discusses how to safely treat your breakouts while expecting. https://www.sheknows.com/
At Baxt Cosmedical we agree that clothing is a great protector so don’t forget your cover up and hat when you’re on the beach! If you haven’t had a skin cancer screening yet this year call and make your appointment at one of our convenient locations in New Jersey or New York. http://www.skincancer.org/prevention/sun-protection/clothing
The Chinese have figured out the ultimate sun protection according to the New York Times. The ski mask hasn’t caught on as beach fashion in the USA, but it works! http://www.nytimes.com/2012/08/04/world/asia/in-china-sun-protection-can-include-a-mask.html?_r=1
The summer sun is strong so make sure you are using at least a 30spf broad spectrum sunblock and reapply every 1-2 hours. Watch out (especially with the sprays on windy days) for missed spots…we are seeing some bad sunburns that are preventable with proper sunscreen use!