News & Media

For Media inquiries, please email Media@westderm.com

September 14, 2022

Autumn Leaves Can’t Shield You from the Sun – Fall Sun Care Tips
The first day of Fall is near, but the sun’s rays are as potent as ever. If you’re spending more time outdoors, here are tips for keeping your skin safe from UV rays.  

Read More

September 14, 2022

How to Transition Your Skincare Routine from Summer to Fall
The first day of Fall is near, but the sun’s rays are as potent as ever. If you’re spending more time outdoors, here are tips for keeping your skin safe from UV rays.  
Read More

August 31, 2022

Understanding Your Skin Type & How To Care For It
Knowing your skin type is the first step to caring for it. This knowledge lets you put together the skin care routine that's best for you. So what kind of skin do you have, anyway? A dermatologist can answer that question at your annual checkup. But if you can't wait until then, here are some guidelines that will help you make an informed guess.
Read More

August 30, 2022

5 Ways to Honor Skin Care Awareness Month
The largest organ in our body, surprisingly, is our skin. This big surface does so much for us: it keeps germs out; it cools; it lets us feel sensations. So, how about treating our skin right this month and celebrating National Skin Care Awareness with these five ideas: 
Read More

August 11, 2022

Back-2-School Skin Tips for the Busy Bee
Is your skin showing signs of daily stress? In honor of August 15th – National Relaxation Day – and kids being back in school, we would like to offer a few tips for giving yourself a little TLC! 
Read More

August 11, 2022

The High Cost of Free Radicals
How Antioxidants Shield Your Skin from UV and Environmental Damage.

August is the unofficial Free Radical Damage Month when the majority of free radical skin injuries occur. Several skin care treatments and products can help protect your skin from the ravages of free radicals. Here's what you should know about the compounds that wreak havoc on your complexion and leave you susceptible to significant medical concerns.
Read More