Do I Need To Stick to One Line For All of My Skin Care? It depends. “If you’re using basic skin care — moisturizers, SPFs, cleansers — it’s fine to mix and match,” says Chicago dermatologist Amy Derick. “But if you introduce active ingredients, such as retinoids or alphahydroxy acids, and you’re not seeing a…Details
Feel the (Sun)burn?: How to Save Your Skin from Too Much Sun It starts out innocently enough. You tan a little too much, sunscreen slips your mind or you figure it’s not the end of the world if you don’t bother reapplying. Next thing you know, the gorgeous skin you’ve been prepping all year to…Details
See what Dr. Amy Derick was just quoted as saying about pores in the New York Times. Lately Justine Heilner, 37, a landscape architect in Manhattan, has been noticing dirt in more than just her gardens. When she gazes into the mirror, she also sees what looks like grime in the enlarged pores on her…Details
Check out Dr. Amy Derick’s recent comments about acne treatments in The Wall Street Journal. While three-step kits aren’t necessarily better for the skin than products from various makers, kits can “increase compliance” among patients following a skin-care regimen, says Amy Derick, a dermatologist in Barrington, Ill.Details
Dr. Amy Derick discusses skin cancer prevention and sun safety on WGN-TV Chicago during National Melanoma/Skin Cancer Detection and Prevention Month.
Dr. Amy Derick received the 2011 William Fremd High School Distinguished Graduate Award in recognition of her outstanding achievements in the field of medicine. She is honored to receive such a meaningful award from her high school alma mater. Dr. Amy Derick shown at the podium at William Fremd High School, where she was presented…Details
Consumers seek younger-looking skin with a variety of creams and lotions. Marie Palmieri is not the sort to leave things to chance. The 22-year-old Suffolk University senior, a public relations major, knows appearances will be key in her chosen profession and has a precise daily routine already in place to make sure she puts her…Details
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On Melanoma Monday (May 2, 2011), Dr. Amy Derick volunteered at the free Skin Cancer Screening Luau for the public at Advocate Good Shepherd Hospital, where she identified several skin cancers. She is shown with a patient and Julie Mayer, Director of Community Outreach & Government Relations, Advocate Good Shepherd Hospital.