What to Eat to Look Younger

Although many people may be aware that their diet influences more than just a number on the scale, it may be hard to discern what information out there is legit, and which is just compelling advertising for a specific store or product. That’s why at Art of Dermatology, we bring you the honest truth from […]

Back to the Basics with Botox and Fillers

Botox and dermal fillers are some of the simplest and most effective methods of achieving a more youthful look. Dr. Krant covers these topics in a fun and informative webinar on healthy skin and procedures anyone can start with, but you can also read below to learn the basics on these two options. Botox and […]

Do Dermatologists Recommend Chemical Peels?

When you’re looking for a treatment that doesn’t involve needles, lasers, or surgery to help address aesthetic concerns on your face, a chemical peel can sound like a natural solution. However, chemical peels aren’t always right for everyone, and they should always be performed by a board-certified dermatologist who understands the chemicals involved and how […]

Botox vs. Dysport: Which is Best?

Patients who have dynamic wrinkles, or wrinkles that form and worsen through facial expressions, can turn to neuromodulator injections to create a more youthful look. Two of the most popular neuromodulator products are Botox and Dysport, both of which are offered by board-certified dermatologist Dr. Jessica Krant at Art of Dermatology. If you are new […]

7 Unexpected Signs You May Have Eczema

What is Eczema? Scientifically known as atopic dermatitis, eczema is the cause of a variety of skin issues, from itching and redness to blistering and discoloration. The wide variety of symptoms can make it difficult to self-diagnose, leading people to just deal with the nuisance whenever it crops up. By becoming familiar with these seven […]

How to Manage Dry Skin This Winter

With strong winds, minimal daylight, and below-freezing temperatures, long winter days turn into cold dark nights. During these lengthy winter months, it’s common for your skin to be dry and itchy. Our winter skin can be more prone to bleeding and cracking, which can be painful and even lead to infection, if not handled properly. […]