The Ultimate Advice to Cosmetic Treatments and Skincare For Every Decade

I think that most people will agree with me that when you look good you feel good and you do good. In my case I’ve devoted my career to helping patients love the skin they’re in. I believe the ideal way to accomplish this goal is with a combination of at-home skincare and office-based aesthetic procedures, as the two work hand-in-hand to rejuvenate the skin and keep it functioning optimally.

Eczema Across Skin Tones and Effective Treatments I Recommend

Eczema, also known as atopic dermatitis, is a chronic skin condition characterized by inflammation, redness, itching, and dryness of the skin. In the U.S. alone it affects more than 31 million people regardless of age, race, or gender. As a board-certified internal medicine physician with an expertise in cosmetic medicine and anti-aging, many patients have come to see me to understand why this is happening to them and how they can deal with it.  Eczema exhibits some differences in how it presents across various skin tones and so I emphasize the importance of early diagnosis and tailored treatment plans for each individual.

If you’re not “skin cycling,” you should be. Here’s why.

Although it may be trending on social media, skin cycling isn’t really a new concept. Basically, this approach involves alternating active ingredients so they can help enhance the health and appearance of the skin while keeping side effects to a minimum. And guess what, skin cycling also helps simplify your evening skincare routine—and make your anti-aging skincare products last longer!