Jason Rivers, MD
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Dr. Jason Rivers is one of Canada’s top dermatologists. Passionate about creating skin care products that combine the best of science and nature, Dr. Rivers developed Riversol For Rosacea™, a simple regime that o!ers natural relief for redness and rosacea.
Having received dermatology training in Canada, England, the United States and Australia, he is board certi"ed in North America. He is a Clinical Professor of Dermatology at the University of British Columbia, where he served as program director for six years. Dr. Rivers serves on sta! at St. Paul’s Hospital and is also a partner at Paci"c Dermaesthetics, a private medical and cosmetic dermatology practice in Vancouver, B.C.

He has published more than 135 articles in various journals. He is the editor-in-chief of The Journal of Cutaneous Medicine and Surgery and the associate editor of The Skin Therapy Letter. You can contact him on Twitter.com/Riversol or Facebook.com/Riversol.

Blog Entries by Jason Rivers, MD

Why Cosmetics Won't Cure Your Red Skin

1 Comments | Posted April 1, 2012 | 2:13 AM

Red cheeks can be endearing in self-humbling moments when all eyes are drawn to you in silent surprise. However, chronic redness around the cheeks, nose and forehead is often symptomatic of a commonly misdiagnosed problem called rosacea. As common as the condition may be, the cause is still unknown and...

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Tips for Curing a Skin Hangover

1 Comments | Posted March 12, 2012 | 1:19 PM

With St. Patrick's Day around the corner, the Irish and all who love an excuse to down a green beer or indulge in a spirit will be celebrating with cheers. Unfortunately, the very things Celtics love to celebrate with on this day -- green beer and Irish whiskey -- is...

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What Happens to My Skin When Cupid Strikes?

1 Comments | Posted February 28, 2012 | 2:49 PM

It's no mystery that flattery from a love interest can turn us red in the face, but blushing itself is a curious phenomenon not quite understood by modern science.

When we get shy or embarrassed, as we often do when Cupid strikes, the same adrenalin hormone that is released...

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