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As a typical plastic surgeon in the 1990s, Dr. Fallick did CO2 laser resurfacing procedures that he knew would significantly compromise the skin. He recognized that this dramatically compromised skin was in dire need of safe sun protection. he turned his attention to sunscreens that lay on top of the skin and don’t penetrate or absorb UV into the skin. this interest launched the TiZO name, titanium, iron and zinc oxide.
Fast forward to 2018, and TiZO has blossomed into an uber popular sun protection brand among plastic surgeons, dermatologists, aestheticians, as well as patients. Although still best known for the signature suncare collection, the brand has expanded over the past two dec
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For over 25 years Environ has conducted ongoing scientific research to expand their product offerings for strong, healthy-looking skin. Which is why some of the top experts in the industry recommend the physician skincare brand as a go-to to help provide a healthy-looking, glowing complexion.
The skincare line consists of moisturizers, cleansers & toners, eye care, masks and sun care products – to name a few – each formulated for maximum effectiveness of vitamins, peptides, and other proven ingredients.
BITB spoke with New York Esthetician, Sandra Velandia, about her passion for being an esthetician and her favorite Environ product.
1. How/when did you
The beauty of practicing dermatology is that you actually can see and feel a patient getting better, says Houston-based dermatologist Dr. Suzanne Bruce. Practicing since 1985, Dr. Bruce is a graduate of Rice University and Baylor College of Medicine, where she also completed her dermatology residency training. As the founder of Suzanne Bruce and Associates, board-certified Dr. Bruce cares for men and women, old and young, and addresses cosmetic and medical skin problems using the latest, cutting-edge technology. In addition to running her own practice, she is a Fellow of the American Academy of Dermatology and a member of the American Society for Dermatologic Surgery, Texas Dermatological
TripAdvisor surveyed their customers from 1-13 July and found that Brits need to pay closer attention to sun damage warnings. Despite extensive warnings about the risks of sun damage and skin cancer, British travelers are still failing to adequately protect themselves while on holiday. In a large-scale poll of over 9,000 travelers by the world’s largest travel site, 45% said they have experienced sunburn at least once while on holiday in the last year, 20% admitting that their sunburn was severe or moderate.
The NHS recommends these tips for staying safe in the sun:
SPF 15 or higher, but many other experts suggest SPF 30
Wide-brimmed hat top keep sun off the face