Spectrum Dermatology Blog

Melasma is a relatively challenging skin condition to treat, but Spectrum Dermatology offers a variety of options. Melasma is a stubborn type of hyperpigmentation which can present as gray or brown patches. It is particularly common in pregnant women due to hormone fluctuations and is...

CoolSculpting is a revolutionary, completely non-invasive way to remove fat by freezing it away permanently. It’s one of the most popular procedures at Spectrum Dermatology and has celebrities endorsing it at lightning speed. However, it’s important to know the difference in fatty tissue if you’re...

You know how important it is to apply (and reapply) sunscreen every time you go outside or sit by a window, but a lot of people miss applying sunscreen to their eye area completely. Spectrum Dermatology offers a variety of high-quality sunscreens, including sunscreens specifically...

There is no cure for eczema, but there are many ways to soothe the symptoms, and knowing your triggers is key for reducing flareups. Spectrum Dermatology works closely with eczema patients to create a customized approach to eczema prevention and management. However, new research shows...

Think sunscreen and moisturizers with SPF are equals when it comes to preventing sun damage? Think again, because, at Spectrum Dermatology, experts know that sunscreen always comes out on top. You’ll see a lot of facial moisturizers that boast about their sun protection prowess. However,...

There are only two ways to permanently* remove fat: CoolSculpting and liposuction. CoolSculpting has quickly become one of the most requested procedures at Spectrum Dermatology, and with good reason. It actually freezes fat away for good, whereas diet and exercise can only reduce fat cells....

What are the most requested cosmetic treatments for seniors? Spectrum Dermatology works with clients of all ages, and laser skin resurfacing is quickly rising to the top of the “most requested service” list. This is reflected in a recent article in New York’s Queens Chronicle,...

Even though it’s important to wear sunscreen year-round, there is a higher risk of sun damage in the summer months. Spectrum Dermatology specializes in treating and preventing a wide range of skin conditions, including skin cancer. There are various types of skin cancers, and melanoma...

Did you know that the term “rash” isn’t actually a diagnosis? Rashes are a common complaint at Spectrum Dermatology, but a rash really just refers to any inflammation that changes the skin’s appearance. Some of the most common rashes that you may have heard of...