Dermatologist Dr. Whitney Bowe breaks down what to know about getting injectables to stay youthful while in your 20s and 30s.
Would you try the latest skincare trend celebrities are swearing by that uses your own blood as the key ingredient?
Blood Cream, a personalized moisturizer created by Dr. Barbara Sturm in Germany, literally uses plasma from an individual’s blood as the key ingredient to complete each unique formula.
Celebrities like Emma Roberts and Hailey Baldwin are on board, and other companies are starting to create their own versions of the blood cream, but with a $1,400 price tag, some dermatologists are wary.
Cooking for the holidays can introduce some very real skin-related health hazards! Dr. Whitney Bowe visits the Rachael Ray Show to share her expertise on what to do to help heal cuts and burns that you don’t want to slow you down this holiday season!
Dr. Bowe shares her favorite products and DIY tips for healthy, radiant skin and hair all winter long on Good Morning America.
Dr. Whitney Bowe visit Good Morning America to share her tips for keeping your skin healthy and hydrated as the temperatures dip this fall.
Beauty from the inside out is one of my favorite topics! On Good Morning America, I share my insight on how trending ingredients collagen and adaptogens may help your skin glow and heal from the inside out! Check out this segment to learn more!
When it comes to sunscreen, we have to remember that infant skin is different than adult skin. Infant skin is much thinner – it protects the body less effectively against outside agents, including chemicals in sunscreen. This is why we see these reports of severe, blistering burns or rashes in very young children when parents use the same sunscreen product on their older children and themselves without issue.
If you have a child under 6 months old, the US Food and Drug Administration and The Skin Cancer Foundation recommend keeping your child in the shade rather than using sunscreen, even physical blockers like zinc oxide. For children over 6 months, I recommend a patch test to make sure that your child is not particularly sensitive, or even allergic, to the ingredients in a particular sunscreen product. This could mean the difference between a sun safe child and a trip to the hospital with blistering, swollen skin.
New York dermatologist, Dr. Whitney Bowe believes not all sunscreens are made equal. She shares her favorite sunscreens for adults and children and reveals why you can’t rely on last year’s lotions.