A Bride’s Countdown to Glowing Skin
The NYTimes recently published an article in their fashion and wedding section chronicling the best steps for brides to take in the upcoming weeks to their wedding to get the best looking skin. Dr. Lee Ann Klausner was featured throughout lending her expertise as a dual board certified facial plastics and reconstructive doctor.
As the founding doctor of the Klausner Institute, Dr. Klausner has decades of experience combining her fined tuned aesthetic abilities along with her functional training.
For many brides the preceding weeks and days to their wedding can be stressful. With proper care and attention your skin can be glowing and radiant on that special day.
Dr. Klausner was highlighted in the period of one week before the wedding covering the benefits of skin exfoliation with facial skincare products.
“One of the benefits to superficial exfoliation, which you’ve been doing over the past few weeks, is that it prepares your skin for better penetration of the topical products you’re going to use now,” said Dr. Lee Ann M. Klausner, a facial plastic surgeon with a practice in New York.
But as with any new products you’ll be introducing so close to your wedding date, play it safe and do a skin-patch test first before applying to your face. Dr. Klausner suggests testing on the inner wrist. “The skin there is thinner, less exposed to the sun,” she said, “and is similar to the skin on your face.”
To learn more about the facial plastic and cosmetic treatments offered at the Klausner Institute please contact our office.
To read the full NYTimes article please click here.
Have you ever been watching the local news and thought the anchor looked like another anchor you’ve seen before on another network? If so, you’re probably not too far off. As reported on by RACKED, there’s a common look requested by many news producers for their anchors: an “authentic” look with no “distracting” features.
New York facial plastic surgeon Lee Ann Klausner, MD, agrees that attractiveness and proportional features are in high demand, but says there is far greater ethnic diversity in the industry than the typical blond-haired, blue-eyed local anchor woman.
“For example, there is a male local news reporter in New York who wears dreadlocks. There is a female local newscaster that has a retro ’80s punkish hairstyle. I think this is something new we’re seeing that shows some interest in breaking from the ‘standard’ look.”
Read the full article at: https://www.newbeauty.com/blog/dailybeauty/10486-news-anchors-plastic-surgery/
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5 Ways to Treat Acne Scars
If your skin in bumpy and uneven, smooth it out with with a weekly gycolic acid peel.
Certain types of acne can lead to noticeable scars and uneven, bumpy skin.
“These scars which are caused by excess tissue production, result in raised tissue where the blemish was,” says New York Facial Plastic Surgeon Lee Ann Klausner, MD.
“Pigmentation can be treated with topical agents like hexylresorcinol and hydroquinone.”
Used once a week Natura Bisse Glyco Extreme Peel works to exfoliate skin for a visibly smoother complexion. naturabisse.com.
Dr. Lee Ann M. Klausner was recently quoted in Hollywood Life commenting on cosmetic treatments for celebrities:
“Dr. Lee Ann M. Klausner, Board Certified Plastic Surgeon, actually said that: ‘Facial filler can be used to add volume and lift to the cheeks and add volume to the temples but, if too much is placed, it can also make the eyes appear smaller, less open and less attractive. Some facial fillers absorb more water than others and can contribute to a puffier unnatural appearance to the face.’”