Monthly Archives: October 2013
Joel Schlessinger MD shares his expertise with blogs such as “Beauty in the Bag.”
In the constantly changing world of cosmetics and dermatology, it is important to speak with professionals who understand these transformations. Because of his extensive knowledge and experience, Joel Schlessinger MD has been featured as a Beauty Guru on “Beauty in the Bag,” a site dedicated to offering advice on makeup, hair and skin care.
As the owner of a dermatology clinic and LovelySkin.com, an e-commerce site, Joel Schlessinger MD experiences firsthand how the right products can improve an individual’s health and state of mind. He also has experience as the past president of the Nebraska Dermatology Society, the President Emeritus of the American Society of Cosmetic Dermatology and the founder of the Cosmetic Surgery Forum.
“Beauty in the Bag” discusses Joel Schlessinger MD’s philosophy on his industry
Understanding the technology and science behind skin care is only part of what makes Joel Schlessinger MD a Beauty Guru. The other part is understanding how the industry can help men and women lead healthy lifestyles.
“While many people define beauty as a movie star or person on the cover of a magazine, I see it as a way to enhance what you naturally have and make the best impression,” Joel Schlessinger MD says.
Both the clinic and website allow Joel Schlessinger MD to offer patients advice.
Joel Schlessinger MD is able to see patients on a daily basis and then offer them a wide selection of products that heal their skin.
“I want to bring out the soccer mom’s natural beauty for the world to see and focus less on the glitz and glamour,” he says. “I want patients to achieve the best results in the quickest and most cost-efficient manner.”
To find articles about how Joel Schlessinger MD helps individuals achieve this, visit the “Beauty in the Bag” site.
Health News Digest discusses sun safety with Joel Schlessinger MD.
UV protection should be a part of everyone’s daily routine. While many people use a sunscreen to prevent burning and skin cancer at the beach, there are other benefits to using this product daily. Without sun protection, your complexion is susceptible to damage and signs of aging. An article on HealthNewsDigest.com features Joel Schlessinger MD and other experts as they discuss how UV damage leads to unhealthy skin.
Sunscreen is needed every day, explains Joel Schlessinger MD, even on cloudy days.
This article reveals that 90% of skin aging is caused by daily sun exposure. A common misconception is that you are not susceptible to UV damage on cloudy or overcast days. Studies demonstrate, however, that even when it is cloudy, up to 80% of the sun’s ultraviolet rays reach the complexion. According to the article, a survey reveals that 38% of Americans believe that sunscreen is only necessary on sunny days.
Joel Schlessinger MD explains how ultraviolet light affects the complexion.
“Sun causes aging by damaging DNA and collagen,” he says. “Tanning is the result of cellular damage, which leads to photoaging and eventually skin cancer.”
Joel Schlessinger MD offers advice on how to protect against signs of aging caused by the sun.
Wearing a broad spectrum sunscreen daily is the most effective way to defend against damaging UV rays. Look for products that are made with ingredients such as titanium dioxide and zinc oxide that feature an SPF 15 or higher.
Joel Schlessinger MD also stresses the importance of reapplying your protection product every two to three hours and more often if you are swimming or sweating. You should also try and avoid the sun during with hours of 10 a.m. and 3 p.m., when the rays are more direct and intense.
Multipurpose products like BB and CC creams are incredibly popular right now. Dr. Joel Schlessinger recently shared his expert opinion about these skin care innovations in an Omaha Magazine article titled “BB and CC Creams.” In the article, he discusses what sets these formulas apart and why they’ve become such hot products.
These products have only recently become popular in the United States, Dr. Joel Schlessinger explains.
The first BB cream, which stands for “beauty balm,” was created by a German dermatologist in the 1960s to protect and heal skin. In the 1980s, the formula spread to Korea and Japan, becoming one of Asia’s best-kept beauty secrets. It wasn’t until recently, Dr. Joel Schlessinger says, that BB creams came to the United States. Since then, skin care companies have advanced to CC formulas, which stand for “color corrective.”
Dr. Joel Schlessinger explains the difference between BB and CC creams.
Most women can use BB creams as an all-in-one moisturizer, primer, foundation and sunscreen. CC creams provide the same benefits with added color correction.
Dr. Joel Schlessinger says the difference between BB and CC formulas lies in coverage and weight.
“CC creams tend to be lighter with better coverage while BB creams are heavier and typically don’t offer full concealing benefits,” he says. “CC creams can be very beneficial for acne-prone or oily complexions due to their lighter formulation and full coverage. Investing in a good color correcting formula can shorten your daily routine, enhance your skin’s appearance, and prevent premature aging.”
Find the perfect formula for your skin concerns by browsing through LovelySkin’s wide selection of BB creams and CC creams. Do you have a favorite multitasking skin care product? Let us know in the comments.