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Dr. Bruce Robinson, a native New Yorker, specializes in adult and pediatric dermatology, dermatologic surgery, cosmetic dermatology and laser surgery. His belief in relationship medicine and personalized attention for his patients has made him a trusted expert among clients and colleagues alike. He is a national spokesperson for the American Academy of Dermatology and a fellow of the American Society of Dermatologic Surgery, the American Academy of Dermatology and the American Society for Laser Medicine and Surgery.
In addition to running a successful practice, Dr. Robinson dedicates his time to community service and volunteers teaching medical students and medical and dermatology resid
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Milk has myriad benefits, and not just for cappuccino and yogurt parfaits—it can work wonders for your skin and hair, too. “Milk contains lactic acid, which is an alpha-hydroxy acid (like citric acid and glycolic acids). Lactic acid helps to gently exfoliate and release dead cells from the surface of the skin without rough mechanical exfoliation techniques. Milk also contains anti-inflammatory properties that help soothe redness and even itching,” explains New York City dermatologist, Dr. Jessica Krant.
But when it comes to store-bought skincare, “It’s rare to find actual dairy milk in a product due to potential spoilage,” Dr. Krant says, and the word “milk” is usually use
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At a recent RoC Skincare event a question was posed to the editors, bloggers and other attendees: Do you look great or do you look great for your age?
According to a nationwide survey, in the last year, 82% of women have been told they look great for their age. How would you answer? Sadly, many of us in attendance answered that we look great for our age. Society had turned us into ageists. When you think about it for a moment you might come to the same conclusion that I eventually did…I just want to look great, not great for my age. Studies have shown that backhanded compliments like this negatively affect women in their levels of self-confidence, and impact how they act, feel, and pres
My LATISSE (bimatoprost ophthalmic solution) 0.03% journey started when it was first launched, all the way back in 2008 when the drug received FDA clearance. Rarely does anything work as predictably and fast as Latisse did for me! I was beyond thrilled. But the challenge was that my eyes were definitely a little more sensitive from regular use, so I ultimately had to taper off.
According to the studies, Latisse lengthens, thickens and darkens eyelashes and it does so predictably. Like the hair on your head, lashes tend to sprout, grow for a while and then eventually fall out. Latisse extends the growth phase and increases the number of hairs that sprout. Latisse promotes thicker lashes