The 2014 Major League Baseball season is in full swing. While America’s favorite pastime brings lots of excitement, it also carries a serious risk of deadly skin cancer for players and fans who spend hours in the midday sun. Tune in to the latest webisode of Skinpact News, “The Safe Sun Home Run,” to learn from Dr. Katie Rodan and Dr. Kathy Fields the rules of the game for practicing safe sun and keeping skin cancer from scoring.
Dr. Katie Rodan and Dr. Kathy Fields might be mad for the TV series Mad Men, but when it comes to “your brand’ and how you’re perceived out in the world, our pair o’ docs say it’s your skin that’s leading the advertising campaign … no assist from Don Draper necessary.
Hollywood is experiencing a Baby Boom, with Kerry Washington and a host of other celebrities due any day now. While motherhood can be a magical time, it can be a stressful time, too … and the stress almost always shows up in the same unwanted way—on your face.
Lena Dunham and her fictional BFFs on the hit HBO show Girls are definitely “living the dream … one mistake at a time,” just like the show’s slogan says. But not caring for your skin is one mistake that real-life Millennials can’t afford to make.
While Brangelina and Beyoncé and Jay still reign supreme as celebrity super couples, when it comes to skincare ingredients, the “it” duo is Vitamin C and Retinol.
Along with worldwide fame and fabulous senses of style, celebrity icons Sarah Jessica Parker and Madonna share one not-so-coveted characteristic in common … crepey, fragile-looking “granny hands” that the gossip mags love to expose.
The new star-studded film Monuments Men pays tribute to the art experts who saved some of the world’s greatest masterpieces from the destruction of World War II. But who’s looking out for your one-of-a-kind work … your skin?
Whether you’re speeding down the slopes in Sochi or watching the 2014 Olympic action unfold on your flat screen, chances are this winter’s deep freeze has left your skin feeling rough and thirsty.
What do Modern Family actress Sofia Vergara, media mogul Oprah Winfrey and the forty-first president of the United States, George Bush, have in common? Besides having famous faces, all three suffer from thyroid disease—a condition that affects 30 million Americans…
Fashion-forward manis are more popular than ever thanks to the trending nail art of celebrities like Katy Perry, Beyoncé and Zooey Deschanel. But before you head to the nail salon, tune in to the latest webisode of Skinpact News, “‘Polished Advice About Manicures,” to learn from Dr. Katie Rodan and Dr. Kathy Fields on the precautions you should take to ensure your next manicure doesn’t turn into a “manicurse.”