Marisa Garshick,Â MD, FAAD is a board-certified dermatologist MDCS: Medical Dermatology & Cosmetic SurgeryÂ in New York city and an assistant clinical professor of dermatology at Cornell – New York Presbyterian Medical Center. She is up to speed on cosmetic procedures while also treating a wide range of medical derm procedures from treatments for acne, eczema, psoriasis, rosacea, to skin cancer and aging skin.
A member of the AAD, Dr. Garshick has numerous publications in scientificÂ journals and book chapters, including a chapter on the treatment of acne, and hasÂ presented at national meetings. She specializes in neurotoxins, fillers, chemicalÂ peels, and lasers. Dr. Garsh
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Milk has myriad benefits, and not just for cappuccino and yogurt parfaitsâ€”it can work wonders for your skin and hair, too. â€œMilk 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,â€ explains New York City dermatologist, Dr. Jessica Krant.
But when it comes to store-bought skincare, â€œItâ€™s rare to find actual dairy milk in a product due to potential spoilage,â€ Dr. Krant says, and the word
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Nature is a bountiful source of beauty-enhancing ingredients, and natural oils are amongst the most beneficial. With plenty of options for all types of skin and hair, theyâ€™re already likely part of your daily routineâ€”but beyond widely known oils like coconut, argan and jojoba, here are the newest names you need to know because these oils are on the rise.
Also known as manketti, which is the name of the tree this nutâ€™s oil is extracted from, mongogo oil is indigenous to southern Africa. A staple in the diet of the bushmen of Botswana and Namibia, this oil has long been a traditional remedy for dry skin thanks to its high concentrations of omega-6 fatty aci