Through Thick and Thin: After eons of denial, the beauty industry is finally attacking the taboo topic of female hair loss with both glamour and science. Dr. Doris Day is quoted in W magazine (March 2014) on hair loss in women and offers tips to women suffering from hair loss.
Calling all gadget girls! Home light-emitting diode devices emit low, painless levels of energy to treat wrinkles and dark spots from the comfort of your couch. Just don’t expect miracles, says Doris Day, M.D., a clinical assistant professor of dermatology at New York University Medical Center in NYC. “You won’t look like you’ve had a face-lift, but they can improve signs of aging over time,” she says. They really shine, she adds, when they’re used in conjunction with in-office treatments. Try Tanda Luxe Skin Rejuvenation Photofacial Device ($195; Sephora.com), which uses red light to impart radiance and firm and smooth skin.
Shrink Your Pores
Combat this common complexion issue with help from Doris Day, M.D. , a dermatologist in New York City and mother of two.
When you’re getting ready for a night out, pretty much all of your attention is focused from the neck up. But a little time spent on your legs can have a major impact. Choosing the right shoes, applying the right products, and doing the right exercises can draw admiring glances to your long, supple limbs. Read on to get expert tips that’ll help you step out today with better legs.
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