Dermatologists winterize their own skin care routines
Dermatologists say they use humidifiers, avoid hand sanitizers, substitute facial cleansers for body cleansers and exfoliate more in the winter. Other tips from dermatologists for avoiding dry winter skin include wearing softer fabrics and applying skin ointments and balms. Dermatologic surgeon Noelle Sherber says exercising in warm, humid air helps moisturize her skin, and dermatologic surgeon Jeanine Downie says she uses a humidifier in her home from October to May. Yahoo
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How to spot patients who will never be happy with filler outcomes
The formula for positive outcomes with fillers consists of choosing good candidates for the procedure, developing an injection plan and limiting post-treatment disturbances, dermatologic surgeon Heidi Waldorf said at a recent cosmetic surgery conference. Indications that a potential patient will be unhappy with any outcome include having unrealistic expectations, being vague about past treatments and hypersensitivity. Modern Medicine/Dermatology Times
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