Category Archives: Women’s Skincare

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 »


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 »


Celebrating the Holidays with HDC

The holidays are always a special time at Honet Dermatology/Cosmetic. We kicked off the holiday season with our “Jingle and Mingle” on November 3rd. This special 2nd annual beauty event is where we spent time with our patients, friends, and family and enjoyed each other’s company, while indulging our palates with savories and sweets. It… 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 »


Sparkle and Shine for the Holidays

If there were an appropriate time to bring out the sparkle and shine in your winter beauty regimen, that time would be right now during this wonderful holiday season. With parties and soirees galore, it’s important to not only look your best, but also to stand out with a bit of glitter and dazzle. Shining and… Read More »


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 »


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 »


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 »


Contact Us

Request An Appointment

  • This field is for validation purposes and should be left unchanged.