Storytime with Dr. G

May 11, 2018

How to Manage Adult Acne

As if you don’t have enough to do to keep looking your best as you age, the acne you thought you got rid of years ago pops up again. First of all, you’re not alone. Studies show that a quarter of all women aged 21 to 30, and 12% of those between 41 and 50… Read More

March 27, 2018

How to Prevent Acne Before it Starts

For many people, acne isn’t just a problem in their teen years. Acne can affect anyone regardless of age or gender. Your skin type, hormones, and skincare routine can all contribute to the chances of suffering an acne outbreak. Of all those underlying causes, there’s really only one you can control. So it makes sense… Read More

February 25, 2018

4 Good Skincare Tips for Winter in Toronto

Yuck! It’s been cold, snowy and there’s no telling when the sun will shine again. It’s been a nastier than normal winter here in Toronto and not even the groundhogs gave us a sign that it will soon be over. Aside from making it more difficult to stay warm and comfortable, a winter like this… Read More

January 22, 2018

Restylane SkinBoosters Help Moisturize Your Skin

Presenting your most beautiful self to the world is never easy. From your daily beauty regimen, to eating well and taking care of your health, it can be a lot of time and effort. Of course, healthy, glowing skin is the basis for looking your best, no matter what else you do. And the basis… Read More

November 14, 2017

3 ways to Minimize or Eliminate Excessive Sweating

Excessive sweating is one of the great marvels of our body. Just like the air conditioning system in your home, your body automatically sweats to help cool itself down when its temperature rises. But, despite how amazing this natural defence against overheating is, few if any of us care to be sweaty outside of the… Read More

November 09, 2017

What is Melasma Exactly?

What is melasma? Melasma is the term used to describe pigmentation related to hormone changes and ultraviolet (UV) rays that appears as symmetrical patches most often on the cheeks, bridge of the nose, forehead, chin and upper lip. What triggers melasma? 1. Sun exposure: Ultraviolet (UV) light from the sun stimulates the melanocytes. Even a… Read More