Category Archives: Cosmetics

Stranded on a Deserted Island 2.0 – The Hair Series – Senada

Continuing with our blog series “Stranded on a Deserted Island”, we are switching gears and focusing on haircare products. Each month, we are featuring a different staff member’s favorite item picks for hair. Stay tuned at the end of each month for some haircare gems and pearls.  Part 1 in our new haircare series, “Stranded on a Deserted Island 2.0/Senada’s Favorites,” featuring Senada. At Honet Dermatology/Cosmetic, we… Read More »


Welcome BTL Vanquish ME and BTL Cellutone to HDC

The non-invasive treatments in cosmetic office procedures have blossomed over the years and are especially popular lately for obvious reasons. Whether it is the ease of having no down time, to not having to take time off work, and better yet, to be able to get appreciable results without anyone else having to know, the… Read More »


Honet Dermatology and Cosmetic

Red and Blotchy May Mean Rosacea

Did you know that April is Rosacea Awareness Month, as deemed by the National Rosacea Society? For those who have it, rosacea can often be much more than an unsightly nuisance on the faces of both women and men. Let’s shed some light on this very common skin condition called rosacea. Rosacea is a chronic… Read More »


Honet Dermatology and Cosmetic

Blackheads, Cysts, and Zits, Oh My!

Among all of the different patients we encounter and the various treatments we offer in the office, acne presents as one of the most common skin conditions we treat at HDC. From pre-teens to mature adults, acne is much more common than you may ever imagine. In fact, in the world of Dermatology, it sometimes… Read More »


To Botox® or Not to Botox®?

Until recently, the realm of cosmetic injectables such as Botox® and Juvederm® has been dominated by a more mature patient population, but recently, the demand for these injectables has been spreading like wildfire among a much younger crowd. The recent trend has been that Millennials are all about looking and feeling their best, and they are not… Read More »


Innovations in Skincare: Beyond Botox®

Senada and I are beginning a new series called “Innovations in Skincare,” where we will update you with all things regarding skincare and skin health, ranging from anti-aging treatments to new and future medical breakthroughs in the field of dermatology. Stay tuned as we explore the amazing innovations and technologies that are emerging and sweeping the field… Read More »


Stranded on a Deserted Island | Raneen’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 7 in our series, “Stranded on a Deserted Island/Raneen’s Favorites” 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 »


A Glimpse into Innovations in Skincare

Not only do we stay on top of cutting-edge skincare here at HDC, but we also love to keep ourselves up-to-date with all the global beauty trends ranging from makeup, hair, nails and everything in between. From Dr. Honet to all of the staff, we are constantly answering beauty questions whether they come from our… Read More »


Everything Old Is New Again

“Out with the old and in with the new” is how the saying goes, but don’t jump and rid your makeup bag of the old just yet. Retro beauty products and routines are making a come back. From skincare products to makeup items, these older cosmetic trends are gaining popularity across today’s market. Of course, skincare… Read More »


New Year, New Me!

Here at HDC, we operate in a very organized manner (thanks to Dr. Honet, of course), and naturally, we can’t move into a new year without setting fresh goals and putting them into place. The office one-liner is, “New year, new me!” and this new year, this may actually be the case. From a general point… Read More »


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