Category Archives: Kids’ Skincare

Honet Dermatology and Cosmetic

Summer Skincare Must-Haves

It’s time for some Fourth of July celebrations, and yes, summer is officially here! So let’s talk about some summer skincare must-haves! With the warm temperatures and bright sunshine around us, we can feel the vibes of summer finally hitting their stride! With rest, relaxation, fun, and sun just around the bend, don’t forget to… Read More »


Honet Dermatology and Cosmetic

Back to Skincare Basics

With so many different anti-aging and cosmetic products on the market, the path to finding the perfect skincare regimen can oftentimes be a bumpy and confusing one. However, it doesn’t have to be a mystery. Let’s dive and see what all the skincare fuss is all about. We know that the world of skincare may… Read More »


Honet Dermatology and Cosmetic

It’s Melanoma Monday

The month of May is a very special month in the world of Dermatology. May is recognized as National Melanoma Awareness Month and Skin Cancer Detection and Protection Month. And one of the most important days is today on the first Monday of May. It’s Melanoma Monday. Malignant melanoma is the deadliest form of skin cancer,… 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 »


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To Sun or Not to Sun: Is There a Safe Way?

A question we get asked time and time again is, “What is the best treatment for aging?” Of course, there are many tips and tricks in the realm of anti-aging, and it may sound boring and mundane, but by far the best agent to have in your regimen is sunscreen. With sunnier days and warmer… Read More »


Stranded on a Deserted Island | Carolyn’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 8 in our series, “Stranded on a Deserted Island/Carolyn’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 »


Melanoma and the Myth of a Healthy Tan

A healthy tan and days filled with sunshine seem worlds away, especially with the frigid temperatures and the dead of winter being upon us here in good old Michigan. Is there such a thing as a healthy tan? We at HDC think not, where as far as we are concerned, the only safe tan is a… Read More »


Stranded on a Deserted Island | Sarah’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 6 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 »


Natural Is Better Or Is It?

All-natural products are undoubtedly the rage in today’s consumer-based market. From food products to beauty items, perception is everything, and the abundance of all-natural products on the market gives the appearance that natural is the healthier and safer option at first glance. Looking beneath the surface of these all-natural products and reading the fine print… Read More »


What’s Up with Moisturizers?

Moisturizer is an essential player in any skincare treatment regimen. As one of the last layers applied to the face, it locks in hydration and maintains a healthy barrier between your skin and the environment. Different skin types have unique and different needs when it comes to facial moisturizer. Plus most moisturizers on the market… Read More »


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