It wasn’t long ago that the skin was viewed largely as a glorified border wall, and cosmetic dermatology was a niche subspecialty that treated Hollywood Stars almost exclusively. Who could have predicted that Botox, once a little known toxin used to treat specific eye spasms, would become used by over 6 million Americans a year?
Do Asians age differently, or is it just one of those baseless stereotypes? If there is something to it, is the secret their diet, genetics, or is there some other cultural explanation? We asked an expert to give us a scientific answer to explain the differences in ageing with different ethnicities.
Antibiotics are one of the keystone discoveries of modern medicine, and their significance can’t be understated. In the field of dermatology, many acne treatments rely in no small part on prolonged use of antibiotics.