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New Study Says Sun Exposure Can Break Down Collagen in Just Two Days

In a new study out of the University of Michigan Medical School, researchers prove that exposure of UVA1 rays in the sun can cause skin damage at the molecular level in just two days. In the study, the dermatologist researchers showed that after only two days of exposure to the ultraviolet A1 (UVA1) light, the […]

Breaking News: F.A.S.T. in October 2013 Issue of Journal of Drugs in Dermatology

Schweiger Dermatology is thrilled to share the news that F.A.S.T. (Focal Acne Scar Treatment) appears in the new October issue of the esteemed dermatology publication Journal of Drugs in Dermatology (J.D.D.). In the article, Dr. Schweiger proves the safety and efficacy of F.A.S.T., which is a treatment that utilizes the fractional CO2 laser at higher […]

Tanning Beds Still in Favor by Young Adult White Women

It seems skin cancer is not a concern to many young white women in the United States–but it should be. Starting indoor tanning at a young age (before the age of 35) will increase the risk of getting melanoma by 75%. And if you start this dangerous behavior before the age of 25? Well then […]

Treating Eczema in the Summer Requires Understanding It

If you are one of the millions of people who suffer from eczema, summer is often a welcome respite from the chronic skin condition. The warmer and more humid months mixed with exposure to more sunlight is typically a formula that is kind to our patients with eczema. And although summer may offer relief for […]

Your Cell Phone Could be Bad For Your Skin

It’s no surprise that people are concerned about the possible harm from radiation due to cell phone use, but have you ever considered what your mobile phone might be doing to your skin? An article in today’s Daily Mail talks about the possible cosmetic side effects your cell phone use could be causing you. From […]

In the News: Rise in Skin Cancer in Young Women

July is here and that means it’s prime time for all of us to think seriously about sun protection. If you think it’s harmless to head out in the sun without protection even for an hour–think again. Writer Emma G. Fitzimmons gives an alarming first hand account of her brush with skin cancer in The […]

Sunscreen 101: What You Need to Know This Summer

Everything You Need to Know About Sun Protection 2013 Do you want to know the best anti-aging tip in the world? Use sun protection. It may sound trite and simple, but the proper use of a sun protective lotion not only prevents skin cancer, it will also save your skin from premature aging, wrinkles and […]

How to Correct Sun Damage

NYC dermatologist Dr. Eric Schweiger finds that many patients are looking for ways to correct sun damage, both for cosmetic reasons and to improve the health of their skin.  Thankfully, many treatments that correct sun damage, by getting rid of brown spots and fine lines, also improve the health of the skin by preventing precancerous […]

How to Fix a Bad Hair Transplant

As an experienced hair transplant surgeon, Dr. Schweiger often meets with patients who have previously had hair transplants elsewhere and are not pleased with their results.  Dr. Schweiger explains that, “To fix a bad hair transplant, we generally use a specific hair removal laser to recreate the desired hairline.  By removing the hair follicles that […]

Is Botox Safe?

Botox is one of the most commonly performed cosmetic treatments in the United States.  What is the reason for its popularity?  It is not only extremely effective, but it is very safe.  Dr. Schweiger explains that, “Botox is a purified protein, specifically developed to be injected into overactive muscles.  The medication itself is flushed from […]

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