Whatever your skincare concern is, from acne to pigmentation, these are the experts Harpers’ Bazaar recommends to see – both in person and virtually
Vogue speaks to some of the UK’s top dermatologists and aesthetic doctors to learn about the tweakments they’re recommending for fresh skin this year.
Infuriating as it is, dry skin happens to all of us, especially as it gets colder. Dr Alexis Granite talks to Vogue offering top tips, products and ingredients that can help reduce flaky skin through the winter months.
When it comes to cosmetic treatments, finding someone reputable is key. In a world of unregulated practitioners, social media advertising and too-good-to-be-true package deals, solid recommendations are the route to good, natural-looking results. Here’s our list of ten UK-based doctors we trust and often recommend.
From bubble bath to body lotion, your baby’s skin is sensitive and needs specific nourishment to prevent irritation and ensure that it is being properly cared for. Consultant dermatologist Dr Alexis Granite speaks to the Evening Standard, advising parents to avoid formulations that use chemicals, fragrances, parabens, sulphates or anything that may cause their delicate epidermis to react.
Over the years, too much time outdoors can put you at risk of wrinkles, age spots, scaly patches known as actinic keratosis, and skin cancer. In this month’s journal I explain the benefits of daylight photodynamic therapy (PDT), a light-based treatment for pre-cancerous, sun damaged skin.