Year after year we tell ourselves that we will eat healthier or workout more to achieve the body of our dreams. Except often we lose motivation and end up back at square one. So, why not target your problem areas with nonsurgical body shaping treatment? 1. Arms: Saggy underarm skin can make a sleeveless outfit go … Continue reading Craving change for the Summer but don’t want to go under the knife? We got the solution!
Just in time for Dr. Jegasothy's #InternationalSocietyOfDermatologicSurgery (ISDS) lecture debut in Rome next week, she was awarded #TopDoctorCoralGables by the International Association of Dermatologists! A big thank you to the Leading Physicians of the World for this accolade. To read more about Dr. Jegasothy's award follow the link below: https://www.top-doctor.net/dermatology-purl/?ID=2939&name=shevantijegasothy-26&page=1 For more information on products … Continue reading The Leading Physicians Award: International Association of Dermatologists
Not all viral challenges need an #IceBucket ! 😜 Dr. Jegasothy is participating in the Dermatology Board Certification #ASDS2018Challenge. We want this message to go viral! Watch as she challenges Shino Bay Aguilera , Joely Kaufman , Dr. Paul Jarrod Frank , Terrence Colin Keaney ! @asdsmembers @asdsskinmd Watch Dr. Jegasothy's introduction to the #ASDSD2018 Challenge below: Now, watch Dr. Jegasothy challenge her colleagues:
We all know how important it is to put on #sunscreen everyday, but are you applying the right amount of sunscreen?Or reapplying it often enough? The American Academy of Dermatology recommends using one ounce every time you apply sunscreen to any part of your face. Yet most people are only using 25% to 50% of the … Continue reading I Scream, You Scream, We All Scream for Sunscreen!
Cosmetic fillers are everywhere in the beauty world. But along with their popularity comes a dangerous side: unapproved procedures. Lat year the FDA issued a warning against silicone injections, this warning comes after a new wave of silicone injection cases have resurfaced. Silicone is a permanent synthetic substance that is not FDA approved for cosmetic … Continue reading Are Silicone injections resurfacing?
Acne is the most common skin condition in the United States. For many women, pimples continue to sprout way past puberty, thanks to fluctuating hormones. Yet these hormonal breakouts, are not like your regular breakouts, are they? Monthly flare ups around your lower face with deep painful pimples is the telltale sign of hormonal acne. … Continue reading Hormonal Acne: Your Monthly Buzzkill
Watch why #CosmeticSurgeryForum is Dr. J’s favorite aesthetic conference. She has attended/presented here ever since its inception! Thank you Cosmetic Surgery Forum for featuring Dr. Jegasothy. To learn more about the Cosmetic Surgery Forum follow the link below: https://www.cosmeticsurgeryforum.com/my-csf-takeaways-hear-from-2017-participants/ This blog post does not constitute medical advice. For more information on products we offer, follow … Continue reading Dr. Jegasothy’s Cosmetic Surgery Forum Takeaway
Exercise is great for your well-being and your skin but many people complain of suffering breakouts after working out. The mix of sweat and tight workout clothes can harbor more yeast and bacteria on your skin. Dr. Jegasothy explains that breakouts or irritation can occur in any hair-bearing area that sweats, including your thighs, face, back … Continue reading Workout Clothes + Sweat = Possible Breakouts.
For most people, coffee is the first choice they make when they start their day. Not only is a morning cup necessary but a mid-day coffee run is a must too. But is your love for coffee hurting your skin? Well, Dr Jegasothy notes that one to two cups a day is fine, but anything over that … Continue reading Is Coffee bad for your skin?