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Article from MDedge, by Elizabeth Mechcatie WASHINGTON – The role of food allergies in atopic dermatitis (AD) is an important issue for both patients and their clinicians and brings up an interesting discussion, Peter Lio, MD, said in a video interview at the annual meeting of the American Academy of Dermatology. Patients are often convinced that food is the main driver of their AD, or parents believe it is a trigger in their children with AD, according to Dr. Lio of the departments of dermatology and pediatrics at...

Article from Self, by Sarah Jacoby Change can be a good thing…sometimes. It's hard to beat the satisfaction of trying a new skin-care product and actually seeing results. It's also hard to shake the temptation of trying a new serum, moisturizer, or whatever else Sephora dropped in your inbox this week. But, unfortunately, switching your skin-care products too often may slow your progress with any of them. It takes longer for products to bring on noticeable changes than you might think. Products you can grab off the shelf may promise...

Article from Prevention, by Jenna Flannigan Treating yourself to a face mask doesn’t have to require a trip to the spa. With a few simple ingredients (that you probably already have in your pantry or fridge), you can create a mask for any skin type right at home. Whether you make them a part of your everyday routine or save them for a once-in-a-while pamper session, face masks are a great way to optimize penetration of a concentrated ingredient, explains Doris Day, MD, board-certified...