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Welcome to the NipTuck Talk Show

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Join host Michele Garber, a Plastic Surgery Coach and the leading expert in consumer plastic surgery safety as she  explores all aspects of the world of beauty and plastic surgery. Hear the thought leaders in Cosmetic Dermatology, Aesthetic Medicine and Plastic Surgery share their expertise and educate you on the latest trends and safety. Listen to patients stories and learn about how to choose to the right surgeon so you will Be Beautiful Not Botched. This is not a self-promotional platform. 

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Dec 19, 2018

Feeding your Skin with Healthy Habits

"Good Habits, Good Health, Skincare is Part of Your Good Health"  

Secrets for Healthy Skin. Board Certified Bay Area Dermatologist Dr. Serena Mraz shares her expertise about healthy habits for healthy skin throughout your lifetime.

Taking care of your skin should be easy, not complicated. Basically cleanse, moisturize and use sun protection. Other topical products that keep your skin healthy include vitamin C serum, creams with Niacinamide and Retina- A cream. You don't need to spend lots of money on skincare products. However, going to the cosmetic counters is not the best choice. There are some well known products you can buy in drugstores such as, Oil of Olay, CeraVe Cream, Neutrogena®. and others.

If you have young children or babies it's important to use sun protection both sunblocks and protective clothing. Starting healthy habits early is your best defense. Elta MD is one of Dr. Mraz's favorite sun protection products. Sprays are good for your back or hard to reach areas, but should not be used on the face. 

To hear the full interview click above.

Dr. Serena Mraz

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