Skincare // 02.3.13 // 2 Comments

Winter Skincare Tips from Dr. Sobel

Some of you might remember that my dermatologist, Dr. Sobel, shared some helpful summer skincare tips a while back. Summer is all about preventing damage, but winter is about preventing dryness. Dr. Sobel wanted to share these tips with you all:

Winter Skincare Tips from Dr. Sobel

"In colder months the skin is less oily and can become dry from the cold, wind and indoor heating units," he said. "Swap your cleanser for a milder, less drying product. Take shorter, cooler showers and be sure to apply a moisturizer on your skin while it is still a little damp."

Dr. Sobel is also offering all of you a great deal! If you are a Bethenny fan and you like Dr. Sobel’s Facebook page, you will receive a 25% discount on any cosmetic procedure. Just tell them you’re a Bethenny Fan when you make the appointment.

About Dr. Howard Sobel: He's an attending Dermatologist & Dermatologic Surgeon at Lenox Hill Hospital in N.Y.C. and voted one of the best Dermatologic Surgeons by N.Y. Magazine for 13 consecutive years.

How do you keep your skin moisturized during the dry winter months?

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jazz pollard
27 days ago

For many people, the cold clear days of winter bring more than just a rosy glow to the cheeks. Read on to these tips for boosting your winter skin care regimen:
1. Seek a Specialist
2. Moisturize More
3. Slather on the Sunscreen
4. Give Your Hands a Hand
5. Avoid Wet Gloves and Socks
6. Hook Up the Humidifier
7. Hydrate for Your Health, Not for Your Skin
8. Grease Up Your Feet
9. Pace the Peels
10. Ban Superhot Baths

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560 days ago

What type of product do you recommend for people with oily sensitive skin? I am even allergic to physician formula

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