Jun 11, 2018
With warmer weather approaching, it’s not just a time to change out sweaters for sleeveless tops – it may also be time to reexamine your skin care routine. Heat and humidity can wreak havoc on your skin – particularly if you are one of the 16 million people with rosacea, a chronic inflammatory skin condition that’s plagued by facial redness, acne-like breakouts, and sensitive skin with burning or itching.
With me today is Dr. Ava Shamban, a leading board-certified dermatologist, who is going to debunk common skincare myths, provide need-to-know tips to maintain clear skin in warmer weather, and provide further information about the symptoms, triggers, treatments for rosacea. She understands the close link between appearance and self-esteem, and dedicates herself to helping patients of all ages improve their skin to live happier lives. She loves to say ““Life happens but it doesn’t have to show on your skin.”