Things that are very “2020” continue to roll into 2021 including masks, fogged-up glasses, and virtual meetings. Dermatologists say the latter is creating a “Zoom Boom” – an increased demand for cosmetic treatments. It stems from people staring at themselves on the computer screen.
Dry skin is caused by loss of the skin's natural moisture. This may be due to harsh soaps, frequent bathing without regular use of moisturizers, chronic exposure to dry/low humidity, and skin aging.
We are resuming our blog posts, and what better way than with the first step to any skincare regimen? In this dry winter season, choosing the right cleanser is vital!
We know that more than eight million Americans have psoriasis, but what do the numbers look like when you break it down by race? And how important is it that we do take race into account in the first place? Dr.
Dr. Pooja Sodha suggests products that can help improve your skin from environmental stressors.
Dr. Pooja Sodha shares prevention facts and tips about hidradenitis suppurativa.
Did you know bacteria can grow on your neglected makeup and brushes? Dr. Pooja Sodha shares what to toss and what to clean.
We, here at the GW Center for Laser and Cosmetic Dermatology, hope you all are staying safe as we enter this beautiful and blessed time of year. We all are grateful for family, health, and the privilege of caring for our patients.
Welcome to the GW Center for Laser and Cosmetic Dermatology. We look forward to meeting you, learning about you and your questions, and providing you with a treatment plan to help you feel your best. In our academic cosmetic dermatology practice, we offer our expertise, our trained staff, and…
What can Vitamin C do for your skincare routine? Dr. Pooja Sodha explains how it can help your skincare routine.