Our summer time glows have faded, and our nourished skin is losing its luster. Winter brings dry air, cold temperatures, high winds and those elements do a number on our skin, hair, and nails. Even escaping the outdoors doesn’t mean the battle is over – central heat indoors and scalding hot showers can strip moisture from our pores and hair, leaving us dried out, static-filled, and even itchy. We’ve got tips from across our teams on how to avoid dry, itchy winter skin, and how to treat it.
The purpose of a dermatology trial is to investigate the safety and efficacy of medicines that are not approved by the FDA. Dermatology trials include treatment of skin, hair, and nails. There are different types of dermatology trials: topical medicines including ointments, creams, and gels to treat acne, precancerous lesions, eczema, fungus, athlete's foot, and psoriasis. Oral medicines are used to treat most if not all of the same conditions, and injectable medicines are used to treat diseases like psoriasis and eczema.