You may have heard in the news recently of the horrifying tale from a woman who applied essential oils before hitting the tanning beds and ended up with severe chemical burns. Scary! A month later, her skin is still healing from these burns. Continue reading “What NOT To Do To Your Skin This Summer (And How to Protect It)” »
I was so excited to talk about chemical peels on Baltimore FoxNews on September 26, 2016! Here is a summary of what I discussed. Continue reading “As Seen on TV: Dr. Shah on Makeover Monday” »
Continue reading “CoolSculpting®: A Question & Answer with Dr. Tanzi” »
I see it in my office almost every day–a woman who spend a lot of time, money, and energy researching the best cleanser and using at-home cleansing devices to be certain that her face is squeaky clean. But many are applying cosmetics that may be years old, or they’re using brushes that have never been cleaned. Sound familiar?Continue reading “Spring Cleaning…For Your Makeup Bag” »
A Report from the American Society for Laser Medicine and Surgery Annual Meeting 2016.
Every year in early spring, the most advanced laser and device-based aesthetic treatments are introduced during the American Society for Laser Medicine and Surgery annual meeting. This year, I’m reporting from the meeting in Boston. There are many exciting advances in technology and important research developments being presented at this meeting. Here are a few of the highlights:Continue reading “What’s New in Laser Dermatology?” »
Although by this point in 2016 many people have long given up on their New Year’s resolutions, there is still an easy resolution to keep, and it just might save your life–performing regular self-skin examinations.Continue reading “Our Resolution to Keep” »
Every new year, a wave of lasers, light-based treatments and injectables are introduced to the public. Some are welcome additions, while others are disappointing and don’t live up to their marketing hype.Continue reading “What’s New for 2016?” »