Posts From November, 2016

Stranded on a Deserted Island | Jasmine’s Favorite Products

Each month, we are featuring a different staff member’s favorite item picks. Stay tuned at the end of each month for some skincare pearls.  Part 5 in our series, “Stranded on a Deserted Island” At Honet Dermatology/Cosmetic, we often talk and think about skin care products—what we love, why we love them, and why some just leave us saying, “meh”.… Read More »


Thanksgiving is More Than Just Turkey

Eating healthy is on everyone’s mind lately, but did you realize that the Thanksgiving meal is more than just turkey and might actually be beneficial to your skin as well as to your body? As a matter of fact, many components in the traditional Thanksgiving meal, the very same yummy culinary constituents on your dinner… Read More »


Can Pills Turn Back the Skin Clock?

Let’s take a break away from the skincare world of topical treatments and injectables just for a moment and instead explore the developing industry of oral supplements in skincare. With so many different ones already available on the retail market, it is hard to decipher which ones are clinically effective and which ones are just… Read More »


Fuzzy-Face November

Have you noticed the beginning of fuzzy faces sprouting on the men that you love? No-Shave November is in full swing! Although the trend to sport facial hair has gained tremendous popularity among men lately, No-Shave November began with the purpose of increasing awareness about cancer and men’s health. The No-Shave November organization began in 2013,… Read More »


Moisturizer Basics

Although drinking a cocktail of water and oil isn’t appetizing, it drives home the point that during the colder months, your skin actually craves and needs moisturizing. The drop in temperatures and humidity can wreak havoc on your skin, causing dryness, irritation, and an overall dullness. Although drinking oil and water isn’t the solution, moisturizers… Read More »


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