Dr. Jegasothy and her work has been recognized by Miami Happening and been included in the Top Doctor's Guide for Miami 2017. Not only that, Dr. Jegasothy is the only cosmetic dermatologist on the list! Dr. Jegasothy works hard to improve her skills and constantly innovate, so being recognized for this is quite an honor. … Continue reading Dr. Jegasothy is Once Again Recognized as Top Aesthetic Dermatologist Miami 2017
If you've suffered from acne breakouts, you know how miserable it can be to use a product and not have it work. Thankfully, a not-so-new product may be the best solution for you! In Allure's October issue, Dr, Jegasothy was quoted by Jessica Chia in article about Spironolactone, the treatment you may have never tried. … Continue reading An Acne Treatment You May Have Never Heard Of!
We've told you before how flying can be damaging for your skin and how to combat the negative effects during flight. This time, Dr. Jegasothy has some tips on preemptive and post care for flights. In this Reader's Digest article by Alexis Farah, Dr. Jegasothy gave the key tip on what you can do before a … Continue reading What to do Before and After Flying to Keep Skin Healthy
Have you ever had acne and thought about going vegan? Maybe it's time to finally give it a try, or at least cut down on your intake of meat and dairy. In Allure's November issue, Dr. Jegasothy gave some insightful information to Meirav Devash: "The rates of hormonal acne I see have gone up so … Continue reading Going Vegan May Be Good For Your Skin!
What are the parts of your body that get the most sun exposure? Hint: they are grabbing your steering wheel, bathing in the sun. As Dr. Jegasothy says, hands are the fastest agers. They have the least amount of subcutaneous fat (the stuff that makes gives the plump, youthful look). Using SPF on your hands … Continue reading Your Hands are Supposed to Tell Your Future-Not Your Age
There is not one cause for acne, so why fight the breakout war with one strategy? Acne is a widespread condition, as Leisa Goins from WebMD explains. There are many types of breakouts, such as blackheads, whiteheads, papules, pustules, and cysts. It is recommended to use salicylic acid or benzoyl peroxide at night, and adapalene … Continue reading Attack Acne with More than One Weapon
Mud masks are all the rage, and have been for quite some time. Turns out, there's a reason for that! In this article by Erika Stalder for Refinery29, Dr. Jegasothy points out why mud masks are a skin care staple. "Sulfur, as long as the user is not allergic to it, reduces redness and inflammation … Continue reading The Dirty Truth About Mud Masks
Erin Lukas from Instyle teams up with Dr. Jegasothy to shed light on a common skin condition in women: melasma. It is a condition that can be mistreated, so it is important to know what it is and how to treat it. Who does it affect? Women, especially in ethnic skin types, such as Latin … Continue reading Get up to Speed on Melasma
Ever gone to bed feeling a pimple forming and felt helpless, knowing it would be there in the morning? Yeah, us too. Thankfully, in this article on Shape.com by Melanie Rud Chadwick, Dr. Jegasothy has the perfect solution to zap those zits off. At night, apply a little Epiduo or Differin to the pimple. Then, cover … Continue reading Quick Solution for Nighttime Acne