080 - Acne Videos - True or False with Dr. Azi Shirazi Part 1
Dr. Brian's Health ShowNovember 16, 2022
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080 - Acne Videos - True or False with Dr. Azi Shirazi Part 1

Episode Summary

Welcome to The Dr. Brian’s Health Show, a weekly podcast where Dr. Brian Boxer Wachler uses his decades of experience in medicine and ability as an expert researcher to provide a light-hearted approach and share health trends popular on TikTok. In this episode, Dr. Brian provides his analysis on today’s topic: Acne & Skincare Remedies.

Is there a difference between fungal and bacterial acne? What are potential triggers for acne? What are some viable home remedies and prescriptions for someone suffering from mild acne? Find out in today’s episode!

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Key Takeaways

01:14 – Dr. Brian introduces today’s guest, Dr. Azi Shirazi, who joins the show to share her experience as a board-certified dermatologist specializing in medical, surgical, and cosmetic dermatology

04:41 – Dr. Brian and Dr. Azi break down some videos on skincare and acne

08:35 – Home remedies and prescriptions for someone suffering from mild acne

11:54 – Fungal versus bacterial acne

14:15 – Potential acne triggers

16:35 – Our phones and basic hygiene

17:52 – The relationship between the gut microbiome and acne and other skin conditions

Tweetable Quotes

“I usually recommend you start with just one active for your acne, and that could be in a cleanser, it could be in a toner, it could be in a gel. But don’t overdo it.” (09:26) (Dr. Azi)

“Fungal acne is actually a natural yeast that lives on the skin. And, in certain conditions and with certain hormonal imbalances or microbiomes, that fungus can overgrow and get inside the pores.” (12:02) (Dr. Azi)

“And then other triggers would be stress and not sleeping, which certainly play a role. There’s a new variant of acne that is directly linked to stress and not sleeping, because that causes your cortisol hormone levels to go up. Cortisone is a big player for causing acne.” (15:39) (Dr. Brian)

“Sometimes it’s habits like that. If you’re trying all these things but you’re forgetting about basic hygiene, whether you talk on the phone, put the phone to your cheek, or text all the time and you wipe your face, those are all big factors.” (17:18) (Dr. Azi)

Resources Mentioned

Dr. Brian’s amazing new book on social media, INFLUENCED, featuring his incredible insights and experiences along with many of your favorite influencers. Endorsed by many influencers including Rob “Gronk” Gronkowski - https://www.influencedsocialmedia.com/

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Dr. Azi’s Skincare Website

Please remember, Dr. Brian is a doctor, but he is not your doctor. He is here to provide general information, not medical advice, so you should always check with your doctor before relying on any information.

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