The Beauty Blog

Ask the Doctor Q&A with Dr. Gillian Rosenthal

Ask the Doctor Q&A with Dr. Gillian Rosenthal

Ask the Doctor Q&A is in response to the questions submitted during our recent Instagram story. We are delighted to publish them complete with recommendations from Dr. Rosenthal. We hope that this may prompt you into asking more questions leading to the understanding of happier skin. Ask the Doctor Client: My Botox has worn off and my wrinkles are back. What can I do to minimize until this is over? Dr. Rosenthal: Keep the skin well hydrated to plump it up and continue with high quality...

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The Importance of Sunscreen

The Importance of Sunscreen

We know for certain the seriousness associated with the beautiful sunshine we love so much. During the Summer it’s easy for us to spend hours at the beach enjoying the warmth with friends and family. But we cannot stress enough the long-term effects sun damage can have on your skin. Educating yourself on the importance of sunscreen and keeping on top of safe sun habits will protect yourself and keep your skin happy for years to come! Sunscreen is most effective in helping to prevent the signs...

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Preventing Cross Infection

Preventing Cross Infection

Applying your makeup may seem second nature to some women, but don’t let routine cause harm to your skin. Staying hygienic, paying attention to whom you share your makeup with, and watching for expiration dates are necessary when preventing cross-infection. Dirty brushes, unwashed hands, and double dipping can cause big issues. Poor makeup hygiene and contaminated makeup products can cause infectious conditions like conjunctivitis and sties. There are several precautions you can take to avoid...

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Preventing Infections after Procedures

Preventing Infections after Procedures

Did you know that makeup application after some procedures can cause an unwanted infection? Therefore, we highly stress preventing infections after procedures by avoiding all makeup applications after any treatments that reduce the barrier function of the skin. This includes injectables, micro needling, peels and ablative lasers. This is because it leaves the skin exposed with easy access for bacterial growth. Your skin is your largest organ and since it is porous, it will absorb whatever you...

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‘Poring’ out Love for Healthy Skin!

‘Poring’ out Love for Healthy Skin!

What does it mean to 'Poring' out Love for Healthy skin? For Bri, we did a consultation, a skin treatment and customized a new daily skin routine for a client back in November 2017 and after a few months, she was back to share her life changing experience with you! Meet Bri We’ve all been there, we have looked in the mirror and saw the “biggest” zit that you considered taking out a mortgage for it. Well maybe it wasn’t that big, but it felt that big and you wanted to hide in your room until it...

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