D||R Blog

How to Build an EASY and Effective Skin Care Routine

Many women today are intimidated by long skincare routines. What is the bare minimum you should do for your face each day?     This is such a comm...

Do Makeup Wipes Cause Acne?

Common Questions Answered by Dr. Heather D. Rogers, Dermatologist and Founder of Doctor Rogers RESTORE Skin Care.   Do you think makeup wipes cause...

So what’s so GREAT about your healing Balm?

What ingredients make your balm especially good for healing? Particularly in winter? Why is it so good as a universal balm?   Most balms are petrol...

Winter Tips/Why you need RESTORE Healing Balm All Winter Long

Moisture within the skin maintains the skin’s elasticity and firmness. As the temperatures drop in winter, the cold air cannot hold as much water a...

Retinol 101 with Dr. Heather Rogers

What is a Retinol and why do you want one? Retinol is a weaker, over the counter version of tretinoin, a prescription vitamin A derivative that is...

Tattoos and Microblading: Recommendations from Dermatologist

As a physician, I always recommend caution and education before undergoing any elective procedure. Procedure puts you at risk for a complication so...

How to Prevent Scarring in Cuts, Scrapes, Burns, Blisters and Other Wounds.

Ever wonder why some cuts result in scars and some don’t?  Or why some scrapes heal well and some don’t? One of the most important factors is the d...

Staying sun smart ALL year round

Common sense advice from Dr. Heather Rogers, MD   Aside from cosmetic concerns like wrinkles, age spots and broken blood vessels, the sun’s damag...

ENJOY YOUR VACATION WHILE AVOIDING A NASTY SUNBURN!

Do you want to be completely carefree on your vacation? Then follow these three simple steps to keep your skin protected and burn-free with ease. ...

Skin Cancer Education - Heather D. Rogers, M.D.

Skin cancer, what causes it and how to prevent it, is now well understood. We know the sun and tanning beds expose us to ultraviolet radiation that...

PRETTY UP YOUR KP

Keratosis pilaris (KP) is a common and benign disorder of hair follicles in the skin. It typically presents as rough 1-2mm little bumps on the ba...

LIP SERVICE: Q & A WITH HEATHER D. ROGERS, MD

   THE BEST LIP TIPS STRAIGHT FROM A DERMATOLOGIST     1.  What causes chapped lips? Lips are an amazingly specialized little areas of the skin. ...