Eastside Dermatology

Miracle Skincare Product: Rosehip Seed Oil

Rosehip Seed Oil is an ingredient found in numerous skincare products. However, now that Victoria Secret model Miranda Kerr is claiming that it’s her secret to having glowing skin, our interest is piqued.

In an article in the Huffington Post, Kerr said ‘I like to wear rosehip oil at night. It’s full of that many antioxidants and it really works on a cellular level to rejuvenate the skin. I put that on at night and I wake up glowing.’”

Unlike other oils, rosehip seed oil is actually non-greasy and very light. You can even use it in addition to other lotions and creams. It’s also very helpful for skin hydration and skin sensitivities. It’s a natural acne and eczema treatment. As if that weren’t enough, “with skin rejuvenating properties like vitamin C and lycopene, rosehip seed oil is a safer solution to repair the skin’s surface, restore elasticity, and protects against sun and pollution stressors that can lead to wrinkles.”

Are you running out to buy a bottle of this supposed miracle oil? Or, are you already a believer?


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Amazing Beauty Uses of Oatmeal

Obviously, oatmeal is great for breakfast. Did you also know that it could be great for your skin? According to an article on, if you’re not feeling oatmeal as a breakfast option, there are some great ways you can use it to enhance your beauty:

Treat Acne: Mix up some plain oatmeal and let it cool. Apply it to problem areas where you’re seeing acne, allow it to dry for 15 minutes and then rinse. The oatmeal will absorb and remove oil and bacteria, while exfoliating dead skin cells at the same time.

Treat Skin Rashes: Grind oats into a powder and put into a cheesecloth or a clean pair of pantyhose. Attach it to the tub’s faucet so the water runs though the pouch. Run lukewarm bath water, squeeze the pouch to saturate the water, and voila!

Moisturize: Add 1 cup of milk, 2 cups of oats and 1 tablespoon of honey to a bath to moisturize skin!

Face Mask: Combine 2 tablespoons of grinded oats with 4 spoonfuls of milk. Add a few drops of lemon juice and apply to your skin for 20 minutes for an amazing (and all-natural!) face-mask.

Body Scrub: Grind 2 tablespoons of oatmeal into a grainy consistency. Add 1 teaspoon of baking soda and a small amount of water to turn into a paste. Scrub on your skin for 10 minutes and you will rinse it off to baby soft skin underneath.

These are just a few of the many great uses for oatmeal. Do you have any tips? Share them on our Facebook page!

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Food for Beauty!






Skin is one of the most precious and talked about features for human beings. Advertisements, television and celebrities express the significance of having smooth, flawless skin in order to feel confident. For many people, skin problems exist, ranging from acne, eczema and skin rashes, which can lead to low self-esteem and discomfort. We’ve put together a list of foods/ingredients that you should be eating to help your skin blossom.


Antioxidants help the skin appear more youthful and evenly toned. How it works: Antioxidants protect skin from free radicals, which cause damage to skin cells. Antioxidants help prevent premature aging and wrinkles, and will aid your skin in tightening and toning, and calming inflamed skin.

 Foods: Apples, Spinach, Cherries, and Pecans.

 Omega-3 Fatty Acids

Eating foods that are rich in Omega-3 Fatty Acids will help diminish blemishes and pimples. It will also help moisturize your skin. One of Omega-3’s best defenses is that it can reduce your risk for skin cancer.

Foods: Salmon, Sardines, Walnuts, and Flaxseeds.

 Vitamin C

Vitamin C is a key component for the production of collagen in your skin. Collagen aids in the growth of cells and blood vessels, which gives skin its firmness and strength. Consuming Vitamin C will also help your skin heal faster when it has been cut, bruised or burned.

 Foods: Red Peppers, Avocado, Strawberries, and Citrus Fruits.

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Our Locations

Two convenient locations to better serve you:

150 Taylor Station Rd. Suite 250
Ohio 43213

4617 Leap Ct.,
Ohio 43026

Our Promise

At Eastside Dermatology, Dr. Alan Parks and his entire team are dedicated to providing the highest quality cosmetic and surgical skin care for their Columbus and Hilliard, Ohio-area patients.

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