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Get Your Allergies in Check Before You Make Your Holiday Wish List

Have you noticed the influx of ads on your Facebook page enticing you to buy socks with your dog’s face on it, custom-made blankets, edible Advent calendars, or even hair product subscriptions? It’s that time of year again… time to make your holiday wish list. All of these gift ideas are fantastic and should be …

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Derm Tips for Taking Care of Hands and Feet

When we think about skin care and looking our brightest, we often put all our energy into what people see first… our faces. We (hopefully) spend plenty of time moisturizing and being thoughtful of using the right products, but we tend to overlook the two most used parts of our body’s: our hands and feet. …

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Melasma Treatments: Your Treatment Options Explained

Now that fall is in full swing and we are deep-diving into yard clean up, seasonal decorating, and not-so-distant dreams of stuffing, that golden tan should be all but gone. But, if you notice dark spots or patches lingering on your forehead, chin, nose, upper lip, or cheeks, they may be a sign that you …

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2021 Top Doctor Awards Earned by 11 Derm Group Providers

Eleven providers of The Derm Group have been recognized with 2021 New Jersey Top Doctor awards, a merit-based honor awarded only after a thorough, independent review process. This honor showcases the expertise and high level of dermatology care provided to patients using advanced treatments and techniques. The exclusive New Jersey Top Doctor honor recognizes providers …

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When a Rash is a Serious Problem

We’ve talked a lot about itchy skin, especially during the colder, dryer months such as these. Sometimes itchy skin can simply be due to dryness, and by moisturizing regularly, you can take care of it. Other times, it can be a sign of something more serious. At its most basic, itchy skin is just uncomfortable. …

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What You Can Do About Droopy Eyelids Right Now

Can you believe we are already in November? This is the time of year stores fill the air with pumpkin spices, hay bales and corn stalks decorate doorways, and the endless planning goes into the perfect Thanksgiving meal. November is also considered National Healthy Skin Month by the American Academy of Dermatology. It’s a great …

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Eczema-Friendly Products You Should be Using Right Now

When it comes to eczema skincare, it takes more than a really good moisturizer to avoid red, itchy, flaky skin. Of course, a hydrating moisturizer is certainly a mandatory, but you also have to consider the other products you are using as part of your daily skincare routine. Whether it’s makeup, lip products, sunscreen, cleansers, …

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Foods that Reduce Eczema Flare Ups

If you have eczema (atopic dermatitis), it’s hard enough to avoid flare ups as the weather turns cooler and drier. But just as you need to change your environmental factors and how you care for your skin, you also need to consider what you are putting in your body. Believe it or not, what you …

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10 Derm Group Providers Earn 2020 Top Doctor Awards for Dermatology

In recognition of their achievements in dermatology, 10 Derm Group providers have been honored with 2020 New Jersey Top Doctor awards. This honor reflects our providers’ commitment to delivering the top level of dermatology care to their patients through a compassionate approach and a mastery of advanced treatments and techniques. This recognition is the latest …

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Tips to Avoid Eczema Flare-ups This Fall

It’s officially fall season, a time of gorgeous foliage, warm cardigans, pumpkin spice everything, and eczema flare ups. Now that the air is dryer this time of year, your skin might become a bit itchier than usual. What a bummer, right? Eczema is a dermatological condition both children and adults live with. In fact, about …

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