Problem Skin No Mystery with the Right Doctor

By Tina Wilson I have spent much of my adult life and a part of my childhood under the care of dermatologists. As a child I had very bad seborrhea, and it continued through to my adulthood, along with a myriad of new issues. Of all the doctors I’ve seen over...

Help for Unwanted Hair Growth

By Ekaterina Denisova As a graduate student in NYC, I would occasionally stop by Whole Foods Market, and that’s where I came across Natural Awakenings magazine and found myself attracted to the advertisement for Dr. Mariana Boneva’s Manhattan medical spa, Beauty +...

The Key to Radiant Skin: pH Balance

Our skin reflects our physical and even mental health, which is why external treatments and topical products don’t always solve all our skin problems. Junk food, stress, lack of exercise, lack of sleep … the way we live shows up on our faces, doesn’t it? Health...

Make a Habit of Preventing Sun Damage

Since summer is officially here and we all want to be outdoors, it is important to remember the risks associated with overexposure to the sun and take some daily precautions to minimize those risks. The risks are well known. They range from the superficial (brown...
Acne is Treatable

Acne is Treatable

Over the past 10 years, the number of my clients who continue to suffer from acne long after puberty has progressively increased. Most of them are women who have tried nearly everything to fix the problem, from over-the-counter and prescription medication to...
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