“Aesthetics and nature” were key words cosmetic dermatologist, Dr. Kim Nichols and her husband, Chris Cabanillas used when looking to design and build their forever house.
Dr. Kim Nichols – 10th Anniversary
Most skin care products are marketed toward women, but men are increasingly taking an interest in caring for their skin. Though there has been an uptick in sales of men’s skin care goods in recent years, many men still need some guidance in looking after the health and appearance of their skin.
Vampire facials have earned a reputation for producing impressive results. According to Kim Nichols, MD, a board-certified dermatologist and founder of NicholsMD, the best way to achieve optimal results is “a series of at least six PRP injection treatments, spaced about four weeks apart.”
With close to 20 percent of Americans developing skin cancer during their lifetimes, preven-
tion, early detection and prompt treatment are critical.
When it comes to prevention, you can significantly lower your risk of developing skin cancer by protecting yourself against ultraviolet (UV) radiation, a proven human carcinogen, according to the Skin Cancer Foundation. The sun, as well as indoor tanning devices, are both considered sources of UV radiation.
Amir Moradi, MD; Jeremy B. Green, MD; Gideon P. Kwok, DO;
Kim Nichols, MD; and Alexander Rivkin, MD
I’m a 34-year-old female who is wondering about Rogaine. I’ve been noticing thinning in my hair and had the idea to try it out for a while. But no one ever talks about it, so I’m wondering if it even works.
There’s a reason why winter is commonly referred to as “laser season,” and that might have a little something to do with “hot girl summer.” If you spent May through August soaking up rays, living your best sun-kissed life (slathered in SPF, we hope!), then you’re probably due for a skin reboot. Excess sun exposure can trigger dark spots, newly-developed fine lines (we see you, crow’s feet), and dry, uneven texture, so if you’re experiencing any of these skin concerns, there’s a laser treatment out there that can help.
In a fast-paced modern society, we rely on mobile phones for almost every basic need and want. A smartphone is like a 21st-century genie’s lamp: we can use it to communicate with people, check the news, find directions anywhere, make banking transfers, and kill boredom.