As a Miami dermatologist, I work with a significant number of Latin American patients who are seeking treatment for Melasma, a condition that is most prevalent in people with olive complexion – especially Latins and Asians.
Univision's Ingrid Hoffmann and Maggie Jimenez, hosts of the popular Spanish
TV segment, Delicioso, welcomed acclaimed Miami cosmetic dermatologist, Dr.
Oscar Hevia, to tackle the topic of facial cleansers.
As a Miami Cosmetic Dermatologist, I see many patients who enjoy the benefits of our year-round favorable climate. However, as a result of the appealing draw of the sun and sea, Floridians must take extra precautions to avoid the irreversible effects of sun damage to their skin.
Catch Dr. Hevia on Univision’s Delicioso as he discusses summer facial cleaners with host Ingrid Hoffmann and Maggie Jimenez.
No se pierda al Dr. Hevia en Univision Delicioso hablando de "jabones en el verano" con la presentadora Ingrid Hoffmann y Maggie Jiménez
(Consejos para los adoradores del sol en el verano)
A few tips about Sunscreen
Effective damage-prevention – especially in Miami and South Florida – requires a focus on the harsh effects of prolonged exposure to the sun. Knowing they must protect their skin from damaging UV rays, my Miami cosmetic dermatology patients routinely ask me questions about sun screen – what works best, how much is enough – key questions such as those.