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.
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.
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!
Welcome to 2018! Winter temperatures and humidity (or lack thereof) means a change in skin care is required. Give your skin the ‘NEW YEAR, NEW YOU’ treatment with my advice for conquering the winter months.
Exposing the skin to sunlight for at least 15 minutes a day has some important health benefits. However, we cannot ignore the aging effects the sun poses on our skin. It is well known that sunrays stimulate the production of free radicals which make the skin dry and wrinkled. Dr DeJuliis shares her advice on how to protect your skin during the summer.
According to the National Rosacea Society, rosacea affects about 16 million Americans. And it can be a vicious cycle – the more you stress about it, the worse it becomes. Although rosacea can not be cured, there are different treatments that can help you live with the condition, and indeed, enjoy life with it.