Dr. Jaliman talks about the Clarisonic and Azaclear.
A new study has found that applying sunscreen every day can do more than lower your risk of skin cancer — it can also drastically reduce the effects of photoaging, or the way frequent sun exposure can make your skin look older.
Move over B.B. cream – there’s a new product on beauty shelves. Chances are you’ve spotted the latest trend in skincare: the C.C., or color correcting, cream at your drugstore or beauty boutique.
Glam caught up with New York Dermatologist, Dr. Debra Jaliman, as she screens patients for skin cancer, injects others with Botox and follows her own trade secrets to a healthy life. Here she shares her daily schedule
Since May is melanoma month, we thought it was fitting to raise awareness of this deadly disease (and prevent getting burned) by asking Debra Jaliman, M.D., a cosmetic dermatologist in NYC and author of Skin Rules: Trade Secrets from a Top New York Dermatologist, for her thoughts on the six sunscreen mistakes (c/o La Roche-Posay) you could be making without even knowing it.
At Allure, when we hear about an unfamiliar and promising product from an actual doctor, we get especially excited. On my last visit to see Debra Jaliman, author of Skin Rules: Trade Secrets From a Top New York Dermatologist, I presented her with the challenge of clearing up my persistent cystic chin acne (without causing my sensitive skin to redden or flake, of course).
Those dark patches that suddenly appeared on your face are temporary and harmless, but that doesn’t make them any less unpleasant. Put your best face forward with these melasma-hiding tips.”
We are a fan of The Fractora Firm because, “it works, it’s safe, it’s noninvasive and it makes you look younger.”
The good news: I wasn’t fat. The bad news: I wasn’t fat. In order to collect enough fat tissue to extract my stem cells—the politically combustible wonder cells capable of regenerating damaged tissue and organs—the surgeon would have to do mini liposuction in not one but four places.
Forget about spending big bucks on scary, doctor’s office procedures. Celebrity dermatologist and Skin Rules author Deborah Jaliman, M.D. reveals how to erase the years at home and on the cheap.
Pregnancy is a time of happy expectation, but you might also feel a growing sense of responsibility that prompts you to reconsider certain aspects of your life, such as your diet and the types of products you use on your skin.
At a minimum, you expect your cosmetic and skincare products to improve your appearance. You certainly don’t expect your beauty routine to reduce the quality of your skin or health, but there are some ingredients commonly used in cosmetic and toiletry products that cause concern to many experts in the beauty field.
There’s a reason the handsome prince couldn’t resist Sleeping Beauty. Well-rested women look better than their sleep-deprived counterparts – it’s a proven fact. We asked the experts for tips on getting more sleep and faking that healthy glow when 100 years of sleep (or even eight hours) just isn’t an option.
It’s very important to wash your face properly. Imagine how much oil, bacteria, and dead skin cells sit on the surface of your skin. In my book “Skin Rules: Trade Secrets from a Top New York Dermatologist,” some of the initial rules cover face cleansing.
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Got the winter blues? Chances are your lips do too. Cold, windy weather is never good for the skin, and most people tend to feel the brunt of this dryness in their lips. But before you load up on expensive lip moisturizers from the drug store, try these tips.