By Nicole Pelletiere click to view article on ABC News Probiotics may be the next big thing in skin care treatments, making their way from your digestive system into topical products and onto beauty-aisle shelves near you, thanks to dermatological researchers. The upshot: skin care treatments are popping up on the market with some science […]
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click to view online Many people are familiar with probiotics, the healthy bacteria that have been linked to a healthy digestive tract. Some of those germs are not only good for your stomach, but may be good for your skin too. As CBS 2′s Dr. Max Gomez explained, probiotics are becoming a skin sensation. For […]
June 5, 2014 by Kenny Thapoung view article online Not to sound like a broken record, but applying sunscreen (with an SPF of 30 or higher!) is one of the best ways to protect your skin from the sun. Without it, you’re increasing your risk of sunburns, visible aging, and skin cancer. You probably know […]
by Kristen Dold click to view article on GQ.com This is America, dammit—you shouldn’t just have to live with a gaping zit. With your clear skin and sanity in mind, we consulted New York City Dermatologist Whitney Bowe for answers. You’ve Got a Few Hours: You’ve never seen a celebrity in film or on the […]
Dr. Bowe demonstrates the Theraclear device for cleansing pores
click to view video on Oprah.com Dermatologist Dr. Whitney Bowe knows all about sunscreen. She can see on your skin where you are neglecting to apply it and if you’re buying the correct type.
click to view video on Oprah.com Chronic inflammation of your skin, defeated by the live culture probiotics in yogurt.
click to view video on Oprah.com We have been told by our mothers again and again that beauty sleep is key. But Dermatologist Dr. Whitney Bowe says your sleep position makes all the difference in your skin staying youthful.
By Lindsay Carlton click to view article on FoxNews.com After a long and brutal winter, many Americans are probably craving a little sun-kissed glow before summer arrives. But with numerous studies showing exposure to UV radiation—whether from the sun or tanning beds—increases a person’s risk of developing skin cancer, how can we safely achieve a […]