Virtual healthcare visits have become much more common over the past two years, and in this episode of Skincast Dr. Johnson and Dr. Tarbox share their advice for making the most of them! Whether you're on a video call to discuss your acne or taking a photo of a suspicious mole, tune in for Skincast's top tips.
Halloween is only a few days away so whether your child has their heart set on re-creating Frankenstein's green face or you're planning on a set of rainbow eyelashes to complete your unicorn costume, Skincast has you covered. In this episode, Dr. Johnson and Dr. Tarbox are joined by two guests offering expert advice on Halloween makeup Do's and Dont's (plus tips for ensuring you don't have any lingering tiger stripes on your face come Monday morning!).
What does our skin do for us? How about our hair and nails? And how do we help skin to function at its best? In this episode of Skincast, hosts Luke Johnson, MD and Michelle Tarbox, MD cover the basics of how our skin, hair, and nails work in order to help us better understand how to fight acne, why to use sun protection, and more.
While the Skincast crew is working on some brand new episodes for the new year (with new guests!), enjoy this look back at tips from Dr. Johnson and Dr. Tarbox for dealing with acne. They offer up simple techniques and recommend affordable products that can make a big difference in minimizing acne's impact on your skin.
Summer's here but sun protection is important for skin health all year-round! In the Episode 4, Luke Johnson, MD and Michelle Tarbox, MD break down the benefits of SPF 30+, the differences between mineral and chemical sunscreens, and more.
Eczema is a common skin condition that can affect all ages. You may have even had eczema as a child before growing out of it! In this episode of Skincast, Dr. Johnson and Dr. Tarbox explain what causes this uncomfortable condition (and what does not). Tune in again next week to learn more about treatment options.
Episode 12 kicks off a multi-part series on how cosmetic dermatology can improve the appearance of your skin. In this episode, learn about what you can do at home between good skincare routines (like we discussed in Episode 6), sun protection, and more.
Skincast hosts Luke Johnson, MD, and Michelle Tarbox, MD, discuss how COVID-19 safety measures can affect our skin's health and what we can do about it. Mask-induced acne, or as we like to call it 'Maskne'? Hands dry from frequent washing? These board-certified dermatologists have the solutions.
Hives, welts, urticaria... whatever you call them, they are a common (albeit uncomfortable) skin condition with a number of causes, but the good news is that they're easy to treat! Whether they're the result of your child's cold or your blood pressure medication, Dr. Johnson and Dr. Tarbox offer advice for which products to turn to and which to avoid. If you suspect that your hives are the result of something that's prominent in your daily life, say the family dog or a common food, University of Utah Health's team of board-certified allergists can work to properly diagnose you and establish an allergy management plan.
Helping your child to build healthy skincare habits early on will benefit them throughout life. Skincast hosts Luke Johnson, MD and Michelle Tarbox, MD offer advice on kid-safe sunscreens, childhood eczema, and even bathtub time.
Vitiligo, an autoimmune skin disease known to many as the "Michael Jackson Disease", affects about 1% of the population and chances are you know someone who has it! In Episode 23, Skincast hosts Luke Johnson, MD and Michelle Tarbox, MD discuss the possible causes of the skin condition as well as management and treatment options—plus why some choose to not treat their vitiligo.
In part III of Skincast's series on cosmetic dermatology, our hosts discuss a variety of cutting-edge procedures offered by board-certified dermatologists to address everything from wrinkles and hyperpigmentation to cellulite and spider veins.
From bug bites to dry skin to poison ivy, there are a thousand reasons you might be itchy. In fact, just reading this sentence might be making you itchy right now! In this episode, Dr. Johnson and Dr. Tarbox discuss the various sources that make you scratch. Tune in next time to hear about treatment options!