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Dr. Jaliman in the Media

The Science Behind Skin Brighteners

Skin Brighteners - Dr. Jaliman

Dr. Jaliman gave the scoop on how brighteners actually work—plus the best ones for different skin issues—from dermatologist Dr. Debra Jaliman, author of Skin Rules. Read: The Science Behind Skin Brighteners















Viral Video About Sun Damage is 'No Gimmick'

Sun Damage Tips - Dr. Jaliman

""It's no gimmick," says Debra Jaliman, MD, a New York City-based dermatologist and author of Skin Rules. "You're seeing irregularity in the pigment of the skin you wouldn't see to the naked eye." In fact, some dermatologists have similar cameras of their own in their offices to educate patients about sunscreen use, she says.Read: Viral Video About Sun Damage is 'No Gimmick'















17 Ways to Look Beautiful for Less

Beauty Tips - Parade

"Your beauty routine shouldn't cost a queen's ransom. Want to save cash and look gorgeous at the same time? Parade asked beauty experts for their best money-saving tips. Here are 17 brilliant ideas you can bank on: Read: Cheap Tricks: 17 Ways to Look Beautiful for Less















8 Ways to Get Prettier in Your Sleep

Anti Aging Tips - Good Houskeeping Magazine

"Beauty sleep is essential for repairing the skin," says Dr. Debra Jaliman. Dr. Jaliman gave, Good Houskeeping Magazine, some of her tips for staying beautiful while you sleep. You might think you're off the clock when it comes to your beauty routine while you sleep, but your slumber hours play an important role in how you look. Read: 8 Ways to Get Prettier in Your Sleep















The High-Profile Facialist

WALK into any drugstore and you'll find a bounty of summer beauty products: pore strips, cucumber masks, acid peels and those intimidating, lance-like steel blackhead extractors.

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Oil Slick: Serums for Sleek Summer Strands

NY Time

Many people don't realize that the sun can wreak as much havoc on their hair as their skin. "The UV light damages your hair," said Dr. Debra Jaliman, a New York dermatologist and author of "Skin Rules." "It breaks the chemical bonds, which causes split ends and makes hair more susceptible to breakage." David Lopez, a hairstylist in New York who has worked with many celebrities, said that sun exposure can also lead to "dryness, frizz and even cause hair color to fade if you dye it."

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