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Dr. Schultz's Tips & Tricks

Is “Beauty Sleep” Real?

You know the feeling all too well: After a night of tossing, turning and not enough shut-eye, you wake up to a less-than-glowy version of yourself. This likely includes the telltale sign of too little sleep: sleepy eyes weighed down by dark under-eye circles. Perhaps you’ve always had a hunch that beauty sleep isn’t a myth — but, recently, research has shown that it’s a very real thing. And Dr.... Read more >

Three Skincare Tips for Better Makeup Application

Whatever your reason for applying makeup, we’d bet it hinges on looking and feeling better in your skin. Take your everyday foundation as an example — its purpose is to produce a smooth and radiant finish. But what happens when your makeup doesn’t deliver as expected? Why are there some days when — even with the best application techniques and the best makeup products — something just doesn’t look right?... Read more >

The Effects Of City Living On Your Skin

Smoke and soot and pollution — oh my! There’s no question that living in a big city, like Manhattan, can wreak havoc on your skin. Pollution from cars, trucks, and factories are constantly being emitted into the air, whether you see it or not. As a result, your natural facial oils absorb the pollution, which clogs your pores. To add insult to injury, the airborne pollutants get buried deeper into... Read more >

Three Skincare Myths Debunked

Everybody has their own idea of “what works” when it comes to skin care. But, as with most things in life, what works for one may not work for another. Effective skin care has a lot to do with customizing your routine based on your skin type — but there are some skincare truths (and untruths) that hold up across the board. Dr. Schultz is here to debunk three of... Read more >

6 Ways To Combat Dry Winter Skin

Sweater weather is upon us. And as we layer up to keep warm, our skin needs some extra TLC, too. Cold winter days can wreak havoc on our skin, causing dryness and itchiness. During the winter, the air is colder because it is holding less moisture. Dr. Schultz says, “There’s less moisture in the air, [making it] much easier for any moisture on your skin to jump off” and evaporate... Read more >

When to Start Using Anti-Aging Products

It’s a lot easier to prevent than it is to cure. Think of it this way: When you go to bed at night, it’s helpful to set an alarm for the morning so that you don’t oversleep. There’s your prevention. On the other hand, if you fall asleep without setting an alarm, it’s more than possible that you’ll oversleep and miss an appointment or be late to work. Sure —... Read more >

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