Archive for the ‘ Skin care ’ Category
New Makeup Trends to Make You Glow When Pregnant
My blogging has been quiet for much of the past 6 months as I had to finish the second edition of my text book Cosmetic Facial Surgery. I have completed the preliminary writing and time to get back to my website and blog. I have never has a guest blogger before but I am proud […]
Inexpensive, Over the Counter, Skin Care Products that Really Work!
Although I spend my days performing surgery and injectables, skin care is a big part of our practice that can benefit each and every patient. Women are pretty motivated and used to using products, but most guys are pretty lazy (like me) when it comes to using skin care products. I have found 2 products […]
5 Steps to Better Skin This Winter
We want to thank our friends at Obagi for the above graphic and also for helping our patients take the best care of their skin. The best way to look great for spring is to begin a lifetime skincare plan now while it is cold, gray and nasty out. Spring will come, so get ready […]
Here Comes the Sun
Several weeks ago, the media outlets were ablaze with the sensational picture of a career truck driver with severe sun damage on his “driver’s side” of his face. This picture shows his normal aging on his face and neck and the tremendously accelerated aging on the left side. I guess in some countries, the aging […]
Sunscreens: don’t get burnt!
Although sunscreens are important all year round, they are especially important in the summer months to protect your skin from aging and cancers. Consumer Reports reviewed 10 well known sunscreens in July 2009 and assessed UVA and UVB protection and their waterproof effectivness and had some interesting findings. To clear up some definitions: UVA rays are penetrating rays that […]
Lifetime Skin Care
As a busy cosmetic facial surgeon I see thousands of patients a year in consultation for various age related problems. During the consultation we discuss many things related to facial rejuvenation and one of the questions I ask every single patient is “what do you do for your skin?” The answers vary from “nothing” […]