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Johns Hopkins Dermatology and Cosmetic Center

Johns Hopkins Cosmetic Center

10755 Falls RoadPavilion I Suite 350

Lutherville, Maryland 21093

United States

Company Description

When patients come to the Johns Hopkins Cosmetic Center their welfare and safety come first in all aspects of their care.  As a leader in the field of patient safety, Johns Hopkins is dedicated to finding new ways to ensure patient safety. A culture of ... more

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Affiliations

Active Member
American Academy of Dermatology

Committees
Women's Dermatologic Society

Education

Medicine

American Academy of Dermatology

M.D.

Cosmetic Bootcamp University

M.D.

Direct Baltimore CBC University

MD

Johns Hopkins

Medical Degree

University of Maryland School of Medicine

undergraduate degree

biology

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"Silicon is a trace mineral thought ...

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"Silicon is a trace mineral thought to increase circulation to the scalp, which is good news for hair growth," says Rebecca Kazin, MD, dermatologist at the Washington Institute of Dermatologic Laser Surgery and the Johns Hopkins Department of Dermatology.


"Some people are sensitive to getting ...

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"Some people are sensitive to getting a spike in insulin from sugar intake, which can set off a hormonal cascade that can lead to a breakout like acne or rosacea," Rebecca Kazin, M.D., of the Washington Institute of Dermatologic Laser Surgery and the Johns Hopkins department of dermatology, tells SELF.


Rebecca Kazin, MD, FAAD, a ...

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Rebecca Kazin, MD, FAAD, a dermatologist at the Washington Institute of Dermatologic Laser Surgery, and faculty member of the Johns Hopkins Department of Dermatology shares these common culprits...


We've all dealt with our fair ...

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We've all dealt with our fair share of adult acne, and Dr. Rebecca Kazin of the Washington Institute of Dermatologic Laser Surgery and the Johns Hopkins Department of Dermatology reminds us to calm down when skin acts up. "Mature skin tends to be drier, so you need to be mindful that you aren't blasting skin with harsh products that will further dehydrate it."

Although it's common for adults to deal with hormonal breakouts (even if you were acne-free as a teen), Dr. Kazin advises taking a less-is-more approach. "You don't need to wash with an antibacterial soap, as it can severely dry skin and result in itching and redness. Instead, use a gentle cleanser (try one with salicylic acid). Washing your face any more than twice a day can cause drying of the skin, which can cause the skin to produce more oil to overcompensate. Most of the prescription medications are very irritating and drying and, therefore, can't be tolerated by adults because their skin is not as oily."
"I recommend retinoids and chemical peels, as they effectively address acne and ageing at the same time," says Dr. Kazin. "Neutrogena Rapid Clear Treatment Pads are super easy to swipe on and are efficient and nonirritating for sensitive skin. [Ed's note: First Aid Beauty also make salicylic-spiked treatment pads that are safe for sensitive skin-and available in Aus.] Among the ingredients to avoid? "The adult-unfriendly ingredients: benzoyl peroxide and tretinoin," she says.
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Dr. Kazin also sees patients who neglect their scalps.
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"I see here young women wanting to slather their faces with super-rich, heavy anti-ageing products," says Dr. Kazin. "Women in their late teens and early 20s can still be battling acne, so these creams might not be right for their skin, and can clog pores and result in breakouts. I also see some people overexfoliating, which can also lead to breakouts, especially if they have sensitive skin," she says."Visit your dermatologist and ask for the right product recommendations for your skin type," she advises.


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Top Cleansers for All Skin Types - Rebecca Kazin, MD, of the Washington Institute of Dermatologic Laser Surgery and the Johns Hopkins Department of Dermatology describing the best skincare cleansers for your skin type.

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