In the News
Dr. Resnik was selected by his peers as an outstanding practicing doctor in South Florida. After an extensive nomination and research process conducted by Key Professional Media, Inc., the results were published in South Florida Super Doctors®, a special advertising section in the July 2012 issue of City & Shore Magazine.
MIAMI, FL, April 10, 2013 – Barry Resnik, M.D. -- Medical Director at the Resnik Skin Institute and voluntary clinical Professor at the University of Miami School of Medicine, is honored with the Health Tap Top Dermatologist in Florida Award for Winter 2013. With this award, Dr. Resnik, who specializes in and offers multiple one-of- a- kind therapies for Psoriasis, Vitiligo, Acne and Hidradenitis Suppurativa, has been recognized for helping over 118,611 people on Health Tap.
Miami Award Program Honors the Achievement
MIAMI October 2, 2014 -- Resnik Dermatology Group has been selected for the 2014 Miami Award in the Hair Removal category by the Miami Award Program.
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Clinuvel Pharma’s SCENESSE®, for which we are eagerly awaiting approval for the treatment of vitiligo, has shown significant improvement in the duration of patient sun exposure without phototoxicity in those suffering from the orphan genetic disorder erythropoietic protoporphyria (EPP). I know this success brings SCENESSE® (afamelanotide 16mg) that much closer to getting its indication for vitiligo!
You don't need to look in the mirror to know that your face is dirty. And you probably don't need a guide on how to wash your face. (Though, here are a few tips just in case.) But when it comes to this seemingly simple task, there is one mistake we all make: over-washing.
As for recommendations, most people should use a sunscreen whose scent they like, whose bottle is attractive and whose contents are easily rubbed in and disappear to touch. SPF 30 with UVA and UVB protection is enough for most people. For people with sensitive skin, there are special formulations that try to be less irritating. For people with sun-sensitive skin conditions, higher SPFs are appropriate.
It’s not hyperbole to say that everyone reading this article has had, or will have, a scalp issue or two at some point in his or her life. It's one of those you're-not-alone situations (everything from hair loss to dandruff is super common), yet it’s a topic we often don't feel comfortable talking about. Thus, many people suffer from easily treatable conditions quietly and alone — and that's no good.
Sure, a new pair of shoes or an It bag is nice, but many of us are more wiling to shell out a chunk of our paychecks for quality skin care, all in the name of #iwokeuplikethis status. That said, there are a myriad of things in the way of finding a complexion potion that’ll actually lead you on a path to improving your biggest skin-care issues.
Scientists have discovered a new ally in the fight against skin cancer: herpes. No, seriously. The Food and Drug Administration announced Tuesday that it has approved Imlygic for the treatment of melanoma lesions on the skin and lymph nodes.
Oh, no! Tori Spelling stepped out of the Calabasas Medical Spa with an especially red, blotchy face on Sunday, Aug. 23, begging the question: Just what happened here? To find out the answer, Us Weekly rang Miami-based dermatologist Dr. Barry Resnik, who broke it all down.
- May, 2008: Are you vitamin D-ficient?
- July 19, 2006: Sunscreen In A Pill?
- September 15, 2004: Improving Color of Scars & Uneven Skin Pigment
- May 7, 2003: MLB.com June for Redman
- May 5, 2003: Marlins to strike out skin cancer
- May, 2003: Dark Side of the Sun
- May 9, 2002: Q&A on Melanoma, Miami Herald
- April 1, 2002: Common Sense Suncare Tips For Summer, Healthology
- November, 2002: Popular medicine kills acne, not users by Michael Fumento...National Post
- Oct 24, 2001: FAQ on Hair Loss, Healthology