Let’s face it, your skin might not be happy these days. You have been spending a lot of time indoors, perhaps working from your home on your computer, Zooming work colleagues. When you venture out, you are wearing a mask to protect yourself and others against the...
Changes in menopause include collegan and elastin loss, sweats, mood changes, and mental fog. DrD looks at a new study that looks at the link between menopause and Alzheimer's.
Is your acne acting up? Read Dr DeJuliis' latest blog post about how face masks are causing some skin concerns including dermatitis, acne, and rosacea.
Is water the magic cure-all for dry skin? Read Dr DeJuliis' latest blog post about the causes of dry skin plus the three best ways to improve your skin all year.
IPL stands for Intense Pulsed Light. It is a form of bright energy that delivers a diffuse bundle of controlled light with the ability to penetrate the skin and heal from the deepest layers of the dermis all the way to the surface without creating skin damage.
I consider myself an elegant and educated consumer so when it came to decide on a professional skin care regime, I consulted with Dr Aurora DeJuliis MD, medical director of the Aurora DeJuliis European Medi-Spa in Montclair, New Jersey. I love her products and get compliments from my clients and friends. Even my husband noticed a difference.
If you have skin that produces pimples you need to establish a good routine for the care of your complexion. Your skin needs attention and the situation can become frustrating since acne will disappear to come back with a vengeance when you do not expect it. But if you take care of your body inside and out, you will obtain a healthy and clear complexion.
During and after menopause we need to think about repairing and regeneration of our skin. Right from the embryo stage, the skin is linked to the intestine: a healthy digestive system translates into a healthy skin. Here Dr DeJuliis gives her top tips via nutrition and healthy habits.
Fractional laser is a technology that delivers microscopic beams of laser light into the skin in a controlled tiny-dot pattern leaving some skin intact. In doing so it allows the physician to achieve superb results without injuring the whole surface of the skin. The tiny columns of laser energy can penetrate deep into the skin and stimulate collagen production in a very predictable way.
Body scrubs are good to combat aging because they can rid the skin of old, dead skin cells which helps to stimulate the production of new, more youthful skin. Body scrubs need to contain two basic ingredients: an exfoliator and a hydrating agent. Here I share some of my favorite simple recipes for making body scrubs in the comfort of your own home. My personal favorite is the scrub with walnuts, milk and honey!