It’s hard to believe that one year ago, I decided to hang my digital shingle and launch this blog. When I posted my humble first article about showering practices, part of me thought I’d just be shouting into the void of the internet. However, I was pleasantly surprised to find that my writing was well received and that so many people were eager to learn more about the science behind healthy skin. A year later, I can’t imagine my life without this creative outlet. It’s truly where “Dr. Landriscina, the skin doc” and Angelo, the person (and personality) meet and I’m so grateful I get to share my knowledge with…
Polycystic ovarian syndrome (PCOS) affects up to 12% of XX people in the US – that’s roughly 5 million! This is a multifaceted syndrome that can cause problems ranging from insulin resistance to irregular periods to infertility. However, some of the most visible signs of PCOS manifest on the skin.