For naturally paler complexions, sporting a sun-kissed glow can be a real boost. It can also transform into a dangerous addiction: this new study suggests that some people feel the lure of the sun’s rays much more strongly than others, and researchers at the Yale School of Public Health may have identified a gene that predisposes some people to tanning addiction, shedding light on the plight of sun-worshipers. Read more
The sun is out and I can see people out and about in Central Park, which is located right across the street from my dermatology practice. Read more
Summer officially began this past weekend, and tons of people will ring in the hottest months with a nice, rosy sunburn. If you’re burnt (and even if you’re not!) we’ve got your stylish solution for every single sunny day this summer. Read more
We know you’re savvy about what sunscreen you’re putting on your face, but don’t let the word “chemical” trigger your alarms when it comes to sunscreen. Read more
We’re about to hit the height of summer vacation: electricity use in Manhattan plummets, out-of-office replies soar from sky scraper to sky scraper, and well-intentioned vacationers absent-mindedly apply a thin coat of sunscreen before falling asleep in the sun. Read more
Top dermatologists weigh in on how—despite everything we know about sunscreens—we’re still unknowingly sabotaging our skin.
We all know sunscreen helps protect against the sun’s damaging rays. Read more
It’s your best friend, it’s your secret weapon: in the long run, a sunscreen can make all the difference for your skin, so choosing wisely is imperative. Read more