Category: Eczema/Dermatitis

Preventing & Treating Dry Skin from Covid-19 Hand Washing

April 17th, 2020

Preventing & Treating Dry Skin from Covid-19 Hand Washing–  Following the health guidelines for avoiding the coronavirus, many people are washing their hands far more than they ever have in their life. But while hand washing helps to prevent the transmission of viruses and bacteria, frequent handwashing can also dry out your skin. And, in […]

The Effects of Stress on Skin, Hair & Nails

April 17th, 2020

Dermatologists Discuss the Effects of Stress on Skin, Hair & Nails– Recent clinical studies have proven what dermatologists have long known: mental stress can lead to physical problems with the hair, skin and nails. With the entire country – and especially residents of New York City – reeling from the unprecedented stress of the current […]

3 ways to decrease dry skin

January 18th, 2016

3 ways to decrease dry skin: 1. Add moisture to your skin: Using a moisturizer regularly is one of the most important steps in restoring your skin’s moisture balance. It’s important to moisturize daily, and for those with dry skin or eczema, twice daily. Any moisturizer is better than doing nothing. But when given a […]

Common Misconceptions About Dry Skin

January 7th, 2016

Myths About Dry Skin Even though dry skin is much more widespread during the winter months, it can still show up during other seasons and even throughout the year for some people. Although it is a common skin condition, there are still many misconceptions surrounding dry skin as well as the causes behind it. Below, […]

5 Ways To Calm Eczema Symptoms

May 20th, 2015

Eczema, or Atopic Dermatitis, is a rash that can appear anywhere on the body. It is itchy, red, dry, and, depending on where it appears, often very embarrassing. It is very common among children, and though it frequently abates with age, it is also common among adults, regardless of whether or not they suffered as […]

Dr. Goldenberg Discusses Results of His Study with Dr. Max Gomez on CBS New York

April 16th, 2013

Dr. Goldenberg Discusses Results of His Study with Dr. Max Gomez on CBS New York Eczema is adults usually manifests as hand and foot dermatitis. Dr. Goldenberg recently completed a study on the subject. The study showed that about half of adults with hand and foot eczema were colonized with a bacteria known as Staphylococcus […]

Dr. Goldenberg discusses use of barrier repair cream for eczema – video

February 3rd, 2013

Dr. Goldenberg discusses use of barrier repair cream for eczema – video. Eczema is an autoimmune condition in which the immune system response to internal and external factors and irritants, such as soaps, clothing, extreme temperatures and cold or hot weather. Eczema is usually marked by dry and red patches of skin that itch and […]