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Best Skin Care Posts From 2010

2010 was a GREAT first year for my new medical skin care blog. Yesterday a reader named Krista sent me a comment that really hit home for me, she said "Seems like you’re one of few doctors using a blog to educate people. I look forward to more of your insight. Thanks for sharing your knowledge!"  That's what it's all about for me! I love to teach and I love to discuss skin care and healthy lifestyle choices- and I love when people want to discuss them with me. It's the miracle of the web that we can do this from our different corners of the world. I'm looking forward to writing my way into a fantastic 2011.  Your comments and questions are a big part of that so keep 'em coming on Facebook, Twitter, Ask Dr. Bailey and the blog posts. Before I say good by to 2010 I want to look back at 2010 and revisit what I think were the best and most helpful posts in the different blog categories.

The best skin care blog posts from 2010 for general skin problems:

Pityrosporum Folliculitis Series (aka a different, stubborn and often missed reason for acne)

Pityrosporum Folliculitis Acne; could this be why your acne won't go away

Pityrosporum Folliculitis Acne Treatment; even many doctors don't know this

The Rosacea 3 Post Series

What Is Acne Rosacea?

What Are The Symptoms Of Rosacea?

Rosacea Skin Care Tips From My Dermatology Practice

Cracked, Dry, Brittle and Splitting Fingernails; Dermatologist's Tips Dermatologist's Simple Tips For Athlete's Foot Fungus Treatment These were fun posts for me to write and judging from readers questions, comments and the number of folks who referenced these posts I think they must have been helpful.  I'm ever grateful for the talented photographers why make their photos available to us bloggers.  I'm also grateful to have such wonderful consultants and web designers who support me with the technical know how to make this adventure possible.  And thank you dear readers for giving me a reason to keep writing. Photo: Thanks and gratitude to Patrick Hoesly