Best Moisturizing Night Cream for Wintertime

You don’t always have to spend top dollar to get the best product. Eucerin’s Redness Relief line is excellent, and although it’s a little tough to find sometimes, you can get it at just about any higher end drugstore.

Winter weather will dry your skin faster than just about anything, and wind exposure will leave your skin with a red, inflamed look that most of us could do without. A moisturizing night cream can prevent this altogether by giving your skin the moisture it needs to repair itself after being exposed to the elements.

I have very sensitive skin and have found it difficult to find a night cream that does what it is supposed to do without being too heavy or clogging my pores, but Eucerin fixed those issues with this product. Highly recommend it!

Tweet me your winter skin care questions @DrVnyc, or stop in for a consultation! 917-703-7069

Nicholas Vendemia, M.D.
Plastic Surgeon New York

5 Skincare Concerns that Lasers Can Correct

Beauty Portrait Of A Smiling GirlLaser technology provides men and women with a new breadth of effective treatment for a variety of skincare concerns. With innovative techniques and the ability to focus on small details, lasers can deliver solutions to a wide range of common skin problems. Here are four skincare concerns that lasers can correct.

1. Sun Damage

Sun damage is one of the most common complexion concerns among men and women of nearly all ages. Fortunately, sun damage only penetrates the surface layer of the skin, making laser correction an effective method of erasing spots and freckles to reveal the untouched layer of skin underneath.


The Top 5 Changes for Your Summer Skin Care Routine

photo of a woman exercising outside and taking care of her skin

Treating your summer skin care routine the same as every other time of the year is the same as using your shampoo to wash your face… just because it’s the easiest option doesn’t mean it’s the best choice.

The sun will dry and sensitize your skin leading to burns and sun damage, and the heat will make you more prone to sweating and oil production leading to breakouts and blemishes. Summer is also everyone’s favorite time for exercise and outdoor activities, so it’s important to practice good skin care habits even when you’re on the go. Fortunately this is all as easy as five quick summer skin care tips that you might not have thought about as you transition into the sunny time of the year.

Keep reading for the five key changes to make to your summer skin care program today…