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Aglow at the Grammy’s Chemical Peel Awards Special 2018!!!

Aglow at The Grammy’s Chemical Peel Special 2018! We at Aglow Dermatology are proud and excited to have been invited to list in the 60th Grammy Awards program (p. 244).  This is the first time the event has be back in New York City in 15 years!  To celebrate our community, which includes artists, we are …

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Vote–for beautiful skin! Election Day flash sale! #ivoted – Musings of an NYC Dermatologist

Did you take time for yourself, and society, today to vote in the New York City elections? If YES, great, our patients are winners and winner VOTE! If you voted today, we’d like to reward you having done your civic responsibility with a vote for beautiful skin– because voters are beautiful! Here are the details: …

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Why one should focus on treating acne when one is bothered by dark spots- Musings of an NYC Dermatologist

Many people are more bothered by the blemishes left by acne lesions than the actual acne itself. Even patients with mild acne can get signification discoloration in the skin when the acne resolves. Although though it’s the dark marks that are annoying, treating the acne is the key to getting both to go away. Dr. …

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#17/31 Days of Giving- Cicatricial Alopecia Research Foundation

Treatment of hair disorders is one of the foundational parts of dermatology. Hair loss, or alopecia, can be an emotionally devastating diagnosis. Some types are reversible–these are called non-scarring. Other types are cicatricial, or scarring, and cannot be reversed as the hair follicle has been replaced by scar. Sometimes when patients come in early, something …

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#15/31 Days of Giving- Feed the Children – Musings of an NYC Dermatologist

Many of us heard growing up about “starving children” in other countries and continents be they in China, India or Africa. Despite living in one of the wealthiest countries in the world, however, many children in the United States go to bed hungry. We believe that there is enough prosperity that all children can eat. …

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#14/31 Days of Giving-Ben’s Lighthouse – Musings of an NYC Dermatologist

Today marks the 3rd anniversary of the tragic Sandy Hook elementary school massacre. It’s amazing to think that even since then, and after the many mass killings since, that we’ve made no significant progress with respect to gun control. Although I wasn’t directly affected by the events I was hearing on the news that day, …

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#5/31 Days of giving- Committee for Physician Health – Musings of an NYC Dermatologist

“Physician, heal theyself.” When I served on the disciplinary board for the health professions for the state of New York (i.e. medical jury duty) not uncommonly the issue that came up that had someone’s license on the line was a question of the person’s own health–mental and physical–not uncommonly addiction problems–and its impact on their …

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Pimple popping “…but I thought I wasn’t supposed to”

Pimple popping is so tempting.  Pimple popping is so satisfying.  There is even a doctor who goes by that name– but we are told we aren’t supposed to pop our pimples. Acne vulgaris is so common that many children in the street could correctly diagnose it. Skin is an accessible organ, particularly the skin on …

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What is the relationship between dark marks, scars and acne? – Musings of an NYC Dermatologist

Many patients come seeking help regarding dark spots on their faces that they sometimes refer to as scars. They are surprised to learn that their primary problem is acne and that, technically, these marks are not scars but what we refer to as post inflammatory hyperpigmentation. Acne is a common skin condition that starts with …

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