Winter’s low temperatures take a toll on just about everybody with an emphasis on “body.” It is winter rash season. Redness, swelling, itching are just some of the symptoms. Dermatologist Dr. Maud Kandula shows how to wipe the rash away and moisturizer plays a big part.
Have you ever wondered how your favorite beauty products came to be? Who would’ve thought a little vaseline, burned cork and coal dust would become the inspiration for an iconic beauty product, but it’s true. Dermatologist Dr. Madhavi Kandula has the stories behind the world’s stars in the beauty department.
Dr Kandula is thrilled to announce that her practice, out of 23,000 cosmetic practices nationwide, has ranked in the top 500. This is an incredible accomplishment for a solo dermatologist and her practice is the only dermatology practice in the state of Missouri to rank in the top 500. The ranking is based on volume of injectables including Botox, Juvederm and Voluma. The rankings are provided by Allergan which is the maker of the products.
A new study offers a city-by-city preview of what you can expect when looking in the mirror several decades down the road and says what you do now can affect your skin health in the future. Dermatologist Madhavi Kandula visits Fox 2 News in the Morning to explain the “wrinkle rankings” and where St. Louis appears on the list.
Dr. Kandula and staff are excited to announce our move to our new location, 10363 Clayton Rd., Frontenac, MO 63131. Our new office is located directly across the street from Saks Fifth Avenue and Bricktops Restaurant with ample parking behind the building. We moved on July 12 and most likely be unable to answer phones again until July 14. We plan on opening July 18, 2016 and resuming normal business hours. Our phone number will remain the same. Thanks for your support over the years. We’re looking forward to having you visit us in the new location.
Pregnant women should not only see an OB-BYN, but they should also be seeing a dermatologist. A new Cleveland Clinic study has shown there are links between Melanoma to pregnant women.
Dermatologist Dr. Madhavi Kandula visited the Fox 2 studio this morning with helpful tips and advice for pregnant women who may have Melanoma.
- Women diagnosed with melanoma during pregnancy were 5 times more likely to die.
- 7 times more likely to have metastasis
- 9 times more likely to have recurrences
- Melanoma in pregnant women is much more aggressive.
- The immune system changes and hormone changes account for the increase in severity.
- Pregnant women should have complete skin checks prior to getting pregnant and then after delivery.
We hear a lot about guys losing their hair and having bald patches. But it’s not just a guy thing; female pattern hair loss affects 40 percent of women by the age of 50.Dermatologist Dr. Madhavi Kandula visits Fox 2 News in the Morning to talk about this problem and what can be done about it.
It is winter time again, and for many people that means dealing with dry and cracked skin.
Many insurance companies are not covering dermatological products, and with copay prices being so high, finding relief can be an expensive task.
Dermatologist Dr. Madhavi Kandula brought several different products to the Fox 2 studio this morning with several over-the-counter remedies that will not break the bank.
Tips for dealing with dry or scaly skin during winter months:
1) Dry, flaky scalp: Wash with medicated shampoo such as Denorex or Neutrogena T/sal and add Scalpicin Extra Strength daily to treat.
2) Dry, cracked lips and split corners of the the mouth: This is a condition known as Perleche. caused by the acids in saliva that break down the skin and then yeast grows in the corners. use a combination of cortisone 10 and Lotrimin to treat.
3) Dry cracked/split fingers: use liquid bandaid, follow with cortisone 10 and then follow with Aquaphor or Vaseline and put gloves or socks on hands. O’keeffes also has great reviews.
4) Dry, cracked feet: Use a combination of Amlactin ultra and Aquaphor and put socks on.