2022 Skincare Gift Guide 

Not sure what to give the skincare lover in your life? We’ve got the perfect gift ideas for everyone on your holiday shopping list! While you’re browsing you might even decide to pick up something for yourself – after all, the holidays are a great time to invest in a new skincare routine!  Revision Skincare’s…

Treating Your Child’s Eczema 

Growing up with eczema can be hard for children. Not only might they struggle with itching or fatigue if itching keeps them up at night, they feel embarrassed of the appearance of dry, red skin patches around other peers. While there is no “cure” for eczema there are steps you can take to help reduce…

Skincare in your 40’s and 50’s 

Getting older happens to us all – and like anything else, we tend to show signs of wear and tear on our bodies! Oftentimes, one of the most noticeable places is on our skin. While preventing signs of aging in the first place is the best method of preserving your skin’s appearance, there are things…

Do’s and Don’ts for Oily Skin 

Dealing with oily skin? Don’t fret! Did you know that oil can actually be good for your skin? Naturally occurring oil can help preserve skin and people with oily skin often have thicker skin with fewer wrinkles. It’s only when your skin’s oil balance gets out of balance that oily skin becomes a problem, clogging…

Caring for Hair Loss

Hair loss is a condition that affects over 80 million Americans. As a result, people may try to mitigate the appearance of hair loss by changing up their hairstyle, buying specialty products, or taking vitamins and supplements marketed to help hair growth. While these often promise results like more hair growth, healthier hair growth or…

What is Psoriasis?

Psoriasis is a condition that causes the body to produce new skin cells more quickly than is normal (in days as opposed to weeks). As a result, these cells may build up on top of one another, resulting in patches that appear thick or scaly. These are called plaques. Although there are many types of psoriasis, the most common form of psoriasis is plaque psoriasis, which affects between 80% to 90% of psoriasis patients. 

How to Treat a Sunburn

Your skin can burn if it is exposed to too much sun without proper protection from sunscreen and clothes.To heal and soothe stinging skin, it’s important to treat a sunburn as soon as you notice it.The first step you should take is to get out of the sun—and preferably indoors. Once indoors, these dermatologists’ tips…

The Right Way to Clean Your Makeup Brushes

Dirty makeup brushes can be damaging for your skin. Makeup brushes collect bacteria, product residue, dirt and oil. This can compromise your complexion, manifesting in acne breakouts and rashes. If you’re not regularly washing your makeup brushes it can also affect your health. Dirty makeup brushes can cause fungal infections or staph infections, which can…

How to Treat Sun-Damaged Skin 

Are you worried you may have sun-damaged skin? Going outdoors without sun protection or using a tanning bed exposes you to ultraviolet (UV) light that damages your skin. Over time, this damage builds up and you may see changes to your skin. These changes can include: wrinkles, age spots and loose skin. Wrinkles Wrinkles are…