Dr. Derick speaks about “Tattoo infections linked to manufacturers’ ink” on Reuters. The infections prompted an investigation by the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention that uncovered 22 confirmed cases, 4 probable cases, and 27 possible cases of contamination-related infections in New York, Washington, Iowa and Colorado. View the full article hereDetails
Tattoo infections linked to manufacturers’ ink Contaminated tattoo ink caused at least 22 skin and soft tissue infections last fall in four U.S. states, according to an analysis released on Wednesday. The infections prompted an investigation by the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention that uncovered 22 confirmed cases, 4 probable cases, and 27…Details
Dr. Amy Derick was recently featured on the Chicago CBS news, in the segment, No-Chip Manicures Can Go Wrong.
Dr. Amy Derick was recently featured on the China Central Television (CCTV) news program, Biz Asia America, addressing tattoo remorse and removal in the wake of America’s tough job market.
Dr. Derick comments on sun protection for drivers. Many of us slather on the sunscreen before heading outdoors, but are you applying it before you get in the car for your morning and evening commute? If you’re not, you should be, especially if you spend hours a week driving a car with the sun beating…Details
Michigan Avenue- Q & A With: Dermatologist Dr. Amy Derick Every year, more than 22,000 skin-conscious Chicagoans flock to Derick Dermatology, an über-elegant medical and cosmetic dermatology practice in Barrington run by Dr. Amy Derick. This summer, Dr. Derick is set to open a second office in Crystal Lake, just in time for the summertime…Details
Dr. Derick discusses sun safety for golfers. On my last few business trips to sunnier regions, someone has asked me about my complexion. I have a few age spots and wrinkles but for the most part my skin is clear and has an even tone. The biggest contributors have been that I worked 80+ hours…Details
Dr. Amy Derick volunteered at a recent free skin cancer screening event at St. Alexius Medical Center, where she conducted numerous full-body skin examinations.
View the full article here
Dr. Derick discusses skin-clearing foundation “The salicylic acid in this skin-clearing foundation decreases production of the oils that cause acne and exfoliates the uppermost layer of your skin,” says dermatologist Amy Derick, M.D. View the full article hereDetails