For those who won’t let this cold weather stop them from running, be sure to stay warm. Dr. Amy Derick shared a few quick tips with Fitness Magazine. Click the link below for more information about running during the winter.
Dr. Amy Derick is featured in Academy of Dermatology’s video about frostbite prevention. If you are anywhere in the Midwest at the moment, you should be well aware that it is quite cold at the moment and the potential for frostbite is high. View the below video for tips on how to avoid getting frostbitten.
Dr. Amy Derick was recently featured in Parents Magazine discussing her dry skin treatment. Click on the thumbnail below to read what she had to say.
Dr. Amy Derick was featured in a recent article on Cutis where she discussed her recommended face wash. Here’s what she had to say: VIVITÉ Exfoliating Facial Cleanser Allergan, Inc “It is great for patients with oily or acne-prone skin. It is recommended to use several times per week, but I find that it can…Details
Derick Dermatology is featured in the Kane County Chronicle celebrating their new location in Elgin. The Elgin location of Derick Dermatology is 15,000 square feet and offers all of the dermatological services that Derick Dermatology has come to be known for. View the full article hereDetails
While it may be getting a bit cooler outside, protecting your skin from the sun will always be an important necessity. Derick Dermatology’s Dr. Amanda LaReau recently discussed ways to protect your skin with deepBODY. Read on for some important tips from Dr. LaReau. View the full article hereDetails
By:Laura Hunnewell I was anxious to try this product line because I have read a lot about it in magazines and beauty sites. Restorsea uses the Vibransea Complex in their products which comes from enzymes released in and around salmon hatching waters of Norway. Free of parabens, phthalates, silicone, PEG’s, or mineral oil – Restorsea…Details
By:Laura Hunnewell Do you have Rosacea? Quite common, this skin disease has many different signs and symptoms. It might affect your forehead, nose, cheeks, or chin. Seeking medical treatment so that your skin can be evaluated by a physician is the first step to addressing your concerns about Rosacea. Laser treatments such as V Beam…Details