There are many lotions on the market that are recommended by dermatologists. Lotions are available that help reduce the appearance of wrinkles and make the skin look younger, that moisturize and that help prevent damage caused by the sun.
A daily regimen of skin care follows four steps: cleansing, exfoliating, moisturizing and protecting, according to dermatologist Dr. Robert Miller. In addition, exercise, a vitamin-rich diet and water consumption contribute to healthy skin.
Burt’s Bees Radiance Day Lotion with SPF 15 is a moisturizer recommended by Dr. Judith Hellman, a dermatologist and adviser at Healthline. She also recommends Eucerin Everyday Protection face lotion for those with sensitive skin.
Most dermatologists recommend gentle, alcohol-free cleansers that allow the skin to maintain its moisture barrier, The Wall Street Journal reports. Dove, Cetaphil, CeraVe, and Olay all make face wash products that fit this description, according to Everyday Health.
Dermatologists treat over 3,000 diseases and conditions that affect skin, hair, nails and mucous membranes. Diseases and conditions include acne, eczema, psoriasis, skin cancer, fungal infections under nails and conditions affecting the linings of eyelids, the mouth and...
Examples of good dermatologist-recommended sunscreens include Blue Lizard Regular SPF 30+, La Roche-Posay Anthelios SPF 30 and Bliss Sunban Face with SPF 30, according to WomensHealth. The dermatologists at Mayo Clinic recommend the use of water-resistant sunscreens wit...
Dermatologists recommend over-the-counter treatments such as benzoyl peroxide, salicylic acid, sulfur and retinol, explains the American Academy of Dermatology. In some cases, dermatologists prescribe topical and oral antibiotic treatments such as clindamycin, doxycycli...
Dermatologist-recommended makeup brands include ColoreScience, Prescriptives, L'Oréal, CoverGirl, Mary Kay, Peter Thomas Roth and Maybelline. Within each brand, specific products win dermatologists' praise for protecting skin against UV damage, brightening skin and cove...
To find a dermatologist, ask a doctor for recommendations, search through online resources or inquire from a medical school. A dermatologist is a doctor who specializes in the treatment of hair, skin and nail complications, notes the American Academy of Dermatologists.
Dermatologists prescribe a range of eczema treatments depending on severity, including corticosteroid creams and ointments, calcineurin inhibitor creams, antibiotics, antihistamines, and oral or injected corticosteroids, according to the Mayo Clinic. Home remedies, such...