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Rebecca A. Kazin

Member, Department of Dermatology

Johns Hopkins University

HQ Phone:  (410) 955-5000

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Johns Hopkins University

600 North Wolfe Street

Baltimore, Maryland,21287

United States

Company Description

Johns Hopkins Medicine (JHM), headquartered in Baltimore, Maryland, is one of the leading health care systems in the United States. Johns Hopkins Medicine unites physicians and scientists of the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine with the organization... more

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Employment History

Associate Director

Washington Institute of Dermatologic Laser Surgery

Expert Source

FOX News

Medical Director

Johns Hopkins Cosmetic Center

Associate Director

W Chevy Chase


American Academy of Dermatology

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American Society for Dermatologic Surgery

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American Society for Lasers

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American Academy of Cosmetic Surgery

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Women's Dermatologic Society




American Academy of Dermatology


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University of Maryland School of Medicine

undergraduate degree


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Healthy Lombard - Healthy Living [cached]

"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.

Press & Media Coverage About ClarityMD [cached]

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.

Dr. Rebecca Kazin | Dermatologist Chevy Chase MD [cached]

Dr. Rebecca Kazin
Dr. Rebecca Kazin Dr. Rebecca Kazin has devoted her professional career in the field of Cosmetic Dermatology to achieving excellence in patient care. A nationally recognized expert, Dr. Kazin is a Board Certified Dermatologist, holds a faculty placement at the Johns Hopkins School of Medicine, and currently serves as an Associate Director at the renowned Washington Institute of Dermatologic Laser Surgery. For close to a decade, Dr. Kazin served as Medical Director of the Hopkins Dermatology and Cosmetic Center where she responsible for training Dermatology and Plastic Surgery residents in cosmetic dermatology. Her extensive experience as an injector led to her appointment to a national team of physicians who train other doctors on the proper techniques for injectable therapy. She was elected "Top Doc in Cosmetic Dermatology" by her physician peers for two consecutive years. Dr. Kazin is not only an expert in conditions of the skin - her specialized proficiency extends to those conditions that affect the hair and scalp. She has carved her niche in her field by combining the most effective medical therapies and those with superior aesthetic properties, recognizing that patients are not satisfied unless their therapy adequately encompasses both factors. Dr. Kazin has authored several manuscripts and textbook chapters on Dermatology, Internal Medi¬cine, and Plastic Surgery. She is often featured in the media as an expert on topics ranging from skin care, acne, rosacea, hair loss, hair and scalp disorders, cosmetic dermatology and skin cancer. Dr. Kazin is frequently called upon for expert commentary by media outlets including the Baltimore Sun, Wall Street Journal, Prevention, Health, Women's Health, NPR and Fox News. Dr. Kazin is an invited lecturer at the American Society for Dermatologic Surgery annual conference, and serves on several committees for the American Academy of Dermatology and Women's Dermatologic Society. She is an active member of the American Academy of Dermatology, American Society for Dermatologic Surgery, American Society for Lasers in Medicine, Maryland Dermatologic Society, and Women's Dermatologic Society. Dr. Kazin in the News - Dr. Rebecca Kazin Connect with Dr. Kazin Testimonial title Dr. Kazin was knowledgeable and kind in listening to my concerns and offering advice and treatment. I completely trust her recommendations and I have been very happy with results! Ann H. I was impressed with the time Dr. Kazin devoted to me. She thoroughly evaluated my skin and provided excellent counsel and suggestions. Wendy G. Dr. Kazin is exceptional at cosmetic dermatology,as well as all dermatology. She is brilliant , has a keen eye for beauty and a sense of what I required to look like "me " again. Dr. Kazin is and always has been the epitome of the word physician. It is just not her academic credentials that are to be admired, but her total demeanor and warmth. I am completely impressed & will be a loyal patient of Dr. Kazin.

The Most Appropriate Lotions For Eczema Or Very Delicate Skin - Day Lilies [cached]

"Eczema is a wide term that ability dermatitis irritation of the epidermis," says Rebecca Kazin, a board-licensed dermatologist at the Washington Institute of Dermatologic Laser surgery and Johns Hopkins branch of Dermatology.
according to Kazin, there are three styles of eczema: atopic, which is extra genetic. it is generally considered in babies and looks on the backs of knees and creases of arms; irritant dermatitis, which is led to by using backyard factors like overuse of Retin A or anything else topical that irritates epidermis (too much hydroxy acid or contact with cleaning chemical substances can even be culprits); and phone dermatitis, which is called a true allergy. always a pointy define of the irritant forms when it comes in contact with the epidermis. "Your skin barrier is compromised during a flare-up, so dermis does not do nearly as good a job of retaining allergens out," Kazin explains. So she suggests keeping off items that comprise fragrance, hydroxy acid or retinol because they are going to dry out dermis. read the components label and packaging carefully and look for lotions which are labeled "hypo-allergenic. Kazin provides, "I warning sufferers that just as a result of products are all-natural does not suggest they are necessarily hypo-allergenic. Glycerin, mineral oil and oatmeal extracts are calming parts. She also recommends moisturizers in a tube or tub, as they aren't thinned out like lotions in a normal pump dispenser.

January 2014 - Lana's Beauty Zone [cached]

"There is no data to show that you will produce more oil if you consume things that are more oil-based," says Rebecca Kazin, MD, an assistant professor of dermatology at Johns Hopkins University and medical director of the Johns Hopkins Cosmetic Center in Baltimore.

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