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Product Review: Wexler MMPi 20 Skin Brightening and Pore Refining Serum & Daily Defense Anti-Oxidant Tinted Moisturizer SPF 30 by Nicki Z. Patient Expert Posted Mon 22 Jun 2009 11:02am According to Dr. Patricia Wexler, M.D. on Vogue.TV, “You have to select your [skin] problems…and act to treat those problems.”  That said, with Dr. Wexler’s new MMpi 20 Skin Brightening and Pore Refining Serum  ($55.00, BathandBodyWorks.com ) & Daily Defense Anti-Oxidant Tinted Moisturizer SPF 30 ($29.50, BathandBodyWorks.com ), expect to tre ... Read on »
Lumixyl: the New Hydroquinone? by Nicki Z. Patient Expert Posted Tue 22 Sep 2009 10:08pm Almost everyone worries about those dreaded dark spots in their lifetime – that is, sun spots, age spots, liver spots.  (haha )  All joking aside, hyperpigmentation and melasma often require serious treatments.  And since 1982, the gold standard in dermatologists’ offices has been hydroquinone, a potent tyrosinase inhibitor that may also wor ... Read on »
Product Review: Clinique Repairwear Laser Focus Wrinkle & UV Damage Repair Serum by Nicki Z. Patient Expert Posted Tue 14 Sep 2010 11:49am I’ve always been a fan of Clinique products, ever since my first 3-step system years ago (type 2, thankyouverymuch).  So, recently, when the Clinique ... Read on »
The Turmeric Acne Treatment All Starts with a Balanced Diet by FocusAcne Posted Tue 29 Mar 2011 5:20pm By now, you may have figured out that clear skin all starts with a healthy diet . But did you realize that adding certain spices, like turmeric, to the foods that you eat has the potential to clear and improve the quality of your skin? A ... Read on »
Product Review: Clinique Even Better Clinical Dark Spot Corrector by Mayaari Posted Thu 16 Sep 2010 12:00am Clinique Even Better Clinical Dark Spot Corrector is a serum that reduces dark spots, age spots, and acne scars and hyperpigmentation. Using the serum twice a day, Clinique claims that results can be visible within as little as 4 weeks, with dramatic results after using it for a full 12 weeks. The serum is not meant to lighten your skin (i.e., m ... Read on »
Skin Discoloration - Age Or Liver Spots, Hyperpigmentation - How We Get Them & What To Do About It by Jennifer D. Healthy Living Professional Posted Mon 03 Nov 2008 9:02pm Freckles. Age spots. Liver spots. Dark patches. Pregnancy mask. Melasma. These are all divergent names proper for the at any rate thing: hyperpigmentation. This is a very cheap husk disorder that occurs mostly in women. Older men are often seen with dark patches on their derma as well. It appears on the face, chest and hands most commonly ... Read on »
Dr. Steven Weiner Predicts The Top 14 Trends In Cosmetic Procedures For 2014 by Len S. Patient Expert Posted Sun 09 Feb 2014 3:00am There are a couple anticipated FDA approvals for 2014 and some new twists on current procedures that should dominate this coming year. The continuing trend is less invasive procedures with little to no downtime. 1. Kythera’s ATX-101 will be approved for reducing the double chin fat using only an injection. The procedure will need to be re ... Read on »
Which is Better: Olay Professional Pro-X or the New Olay Superstructure? by Nicki Z. Patient Expert Posted Tue 31 May 2011 11:31pm Although I’ve reviewed both Olay Professional Pro-X SPF 30 and Olay Regenerist in the past, a reader’s recent letter inspired me to give it another loo ... Read on »
JolieMD Featured in Women’s Wear Daily! by Nadine H. Patient Expert Posted Thu 08 Oct 2009 10:00pm Huge news! Our new skincare venture, JolieMD, was recently featured in the beauty and fashion industry’s bible Women’s Wear Daily.  To wit: we launch in December at Studio Beautymix at Fred Segal in LA and at CO Bigelow in New York…with more retailers coming soon. The line, meanwhile, which I co-created with Dr. Jason Litner and Dr. Peyman Sol ... Read on »
Product Review: Kate Somerville Deep Tissue Repair with Peptide K8 by Nicki Z. Patient Expert Posted Thu 12 Nov 2009 10:00pm One of the most popular anti-aging serums right now at Sephora, Kate Somerville Deep Tissue Repair with Peptide K8 ($150.00, Amazon.com ) certainly sounds advanced and enticing, with “peptide K8″ and “patented HSC complex” to make skin “youthful, healthy, and fresh.”  But what does current research say about the ingredients?  Read on to find ... Read on »