Looking for a solution to your child’s diaper rash? NYC pediatric dermatologist Dr. Jody Levine explains what to look for when shopping for diaper rash creams. Creams containing zinc oxide are essential to preventing and reducing diaper rash for optimal results. To read the full article from Momtastic, click here.
Looking for smoother, healthier skin? Leading New York dermatologist Dr. Jody Levine shares some simple, at-home treatments to improve your complexion! Making sure to drink plenty of water, changing your pillowcase, and applying sunscreen properly—even while indoors—are just a few tips that can promote radiant skin. Click here to read the full article from Reader’s Digest.
Top NYC dermatologist Dr. Jody Levine discusses which cosmetic injectables may be right for you in this issue of New Beauty Magazine. Numerous fillers are available to fight fine lines, plump lips, or restore lost facial volume, depending on your specific needs. Dr. Levine can utilize a combination of different injectables, including Belotero®, Restylane®, Juvederm®, and Radiesse®, to best address your cosmetic concerns. To read the full article from New Beauty, click here.
New York dermatologist Dr. Jody Levine discusses treatments for milia. Often mistaken for acne or skin tags, milia are white bumps found often on the face. Though milia may clear up naturally, often they need the assistance of a dermatologist. Click here to read the full article in New Beauty!
NewBeauty top plastic surgeon Dr. Elie Levine gives his insights on what is to come in plastic surgery! Discussing facial implants and autologous fat grafting, Dr. Levine asserts that plastic surgery will continue to rise in popularity and no longer be viewed as controversial or taboo. To read the full article from NewBeauty, click here!
Dr. Jody Levine is listed as one of Castle Connolly’s Top Doctors in the New York Times! Dr. Levine is recognized for her medical and surgical expertise, as well as her extensive knowledge of skin care solutions, including non-invasive treatments and laser-based techniques. Castle Connolly’s prestigious list is made up of the nation’s most distinguished physicians. Click here to see Dr. Levine’s listing!
NYC dermatologist Dr. Jody Levine has once again been named a Top Cosmetic Doctor by Castle Connolly Medical Ltd! This distinguished list of doctors is carefully selected after physician-led surveys. Recognition as a Top Doctor in the nation is a prestigious distinction. Dr. Levine is recognized for her expertise in adult and pediatric dermatology. To see Dr. Levine’s listing in The New York Times, click here!
Have your beauty products stopped working as well as you’d like? Some common misconceptions exist as to why certain skin care products become less effective. New York dermatologist Dr. Jody Levine helps dispel some of these beauty product myths in New Beauty magazine, including the notion that your body can become immune to Botox. Click here to read the full article.
NYC plastic surgeon Dr. Elie Levine, along with New York dermatologist, Dr. Jody Levine, have been named two of New York’s “Best Doctors” by Vanity Fair Magazine! Together, Drs. Elie and Jody Levine provide comprehensive facial rejuvenation, body contouring, and skin care solutions to help patients achieve beautiful, natural-looking results. To see Drs. Elie and Jody listed in Vanity Fair’s February 2016 issue, click here.
New York dermatologist Dr. Jody Levine discusses how certain daily habits can adversely affect sensitive skin. One such factor—missing out on a good night’s sleep—can alter your body’s hydration and stress levels, leading to dryness and inflammation of your skin. Waking up well-rested can help ensure that your skin looks its absolute best all day long! Click here to read the full list of skin care tips, courtesy of New Beauty.
NYC dermatologist Dr. Jody Levine helps shed light on a surprising culprit that may be affecting your Botox results: the sun! Exposure to ultraviolet rays can break down collagen and cause the body to process Botox faster than normal. In order to ensure optimal Botox results, wearing sunscreen no matter the weather is recommended. Click here to read the full article from New Beauty.
NYC dermatologist Dr. Jody Levine breaks down which dermal fillers are ideal for you! First-time patients may opt for hyaluronic acid fillers that can be easily removed if the patient is not satisfied. Individuals looking to treat deeper facial lines can choose thicker injectable options for smoother, younger-looking skin. Dr. Levine also discusses the best treatments for each part of the face. Click here to read the full article from New Beauty.
Suffering from unsightly cellulite? NYC plastic surgeon Dr. Elie Levine recommends Cellulaze™ to improve skin structure and encourage collagen production. Featured in Prevention Magazine, Dr. Levine explains how Cellulaze™ treatment can provide a long-term solution to Cellulite, while also shedding light on Cellfina—the newest minimally-invasive cellulite procedure. To read all 7 cellulite solutions, click here.
Read what NYC dermatologist, Dr. Jody Levine, has to say about a pair of new skin treatments. The illuMask—a light therapy mask fitted with LED lights—claims to improve skin tone and texture from home in as little as 15 minutes a day. For a more hands-on approach, some people attempt to strengthen and sculpt facial muscles through special exercises. To find out Dr. Levine’s opinion on these treatments, click here.
A new lip plumping trend dubbed the #KylieJennerChallenge can lead to dangerous results, including swelling, bruising, and even scarring. This method of adding volume to your pout involves putting your mouth over a shot glass and sucking in to produce a swelling effect. NYC plastic surgeon Dr. Elie Levine explains why this new trend for plumping lips is one to avoid and suggests safer alternatives, such as fillers. To read the full article with Mimi Magazine, click here.
Bunny lines are one type of wrinkle you may not be familiar with. These lines—often small and diagonal shaped—are found on the sides of the nose and may be caused by repeated facial movements. New York City dermatologist Dr. Jody Levine offers insight into what you can do to treat and prevent bunny lines. Click here for the full article, courtesy of Byrdie Magazine.
Struggling with break outs? Your day-to-day habits may be to blame! Though you may not know it, showering too long and resting your head in your hand may be providing a breeding ground for acne-causing bacteria. NYC dermatologist Dr. Jody Levine sheds light on which common habits may be to blame for making your skin break out, as well as how to put an end to them. To read the full list from Refinery29, click here.
When it comes to fighting acne, should you choose benzoyl peroxide or salicylic acid? NYC dermatologist Dr. Jody Levine clears up the difference in You Beauty! Dr. Levine explains the benefits of salicylic acid and benzoyl peroxide, as well as which acne solution is the best for your skin type. To read the full conversation, click here.
Activated charcoal is the newest beauty trend! New York dermatologist Dr. Jody Levine breaks down how activated charcoal can treat ingested poisons, trap toxins, and remove impurities for a clearer complexion. This unique ingredient is even being used in beauty drinks to detoxify skin and applied to teeth to brighten smiles. Click here to read more about the benefits of activated charcoal, courtesy of Living Healthy.
The newest place to receive Botox is right around the nose! “Bunny lines,” or the wrinkles that form around your nose, can be caused by repetitive facial expressions and aging. New York dermatologist, Dr. Jody Levine, explains how to treat—and even prevent—fine lines with a little bit of Botox on either side of the nose. To read the full article on Botox for bunny lines, click here.
Trying to separate fact from fiction in order to keep your skin looking radiant? NYC dermatologist, Dr. Jody Levine, shares what works and what doesn’t in New Beauty Magazine! While it’s best to avoid facial exercises, Dr. Levine recommends retinoid treatments and peptides to smooth wrinkles and promote younger-looking skin. To read the full list of skin care dos and don’ts, click here.
NYC dermatologist, Dr. Jody Levine, knows everything you need to know about exfoliating! In this conversation with Nylon Magazine, Dr. Levine discusses the best time to exfoliate, as well as skin care techniques that can cause over-exfoliation. To gain more exfoliation insight from our renowned celebrity dermatologist, click here.
The decision to undergo Botox treatments can be a confusing one. With so many differing opinions on treatment, how do you know whether Botox is right for you? New York plastic surgeon Dr. Elie Levine explains in Harper’s Bazaar who should be getting Botox treatments and what alternatives are available! To read Dr. Levine’s Botox truths, click here.
New York City plastic surgeon Dr. Elie Levine explains to Daily Mail how patients’ selfies are influencing plastic surgery! Filter choices that help hide blemishes and accentuate features, combined with different angles, are leading to an increased number of patients wishing to look like their virtual selves in real life. To read more on this plastic surgery trend, click here.
NYC dermatologist Dr. Jody Levine shares the best ways to volumize thinning lashes! Dr. Levine explains why factors such as aging and poor makeup habits can lead to a loss of volume in your eyelashes. Do you know what the best products are to achieve a healthy gaze? To find out how to make your eyes speak volume, click here.
New York dermatologist Dr. Jody Levine shares her advice on preventative Botox, including why early treatment pays dividends down the road and the right time to start. Click here to read Dr. Jody’s Botox tips, courtesy of Byrdie Magazine.
Drs. Jody and Elie Levine are featured in New Beauty Magazine’s winter 2015 issue! Our top New York plastic surgeon, Dr. Elie Levine, serves as a guest advisor and our celebrity dermatologist, Dr. Jody Levine, weighs in on the safety of silicone in cosmetic procedures and helps put to rest some common misconceptions about the risks of silicone use. To discover the facts and myths behind beauty ingredients, click here!
In September’s issue of Avenue Magazine, Dr. Jody & Elie Levine are described as a “Yale Educated Powerhouse Duo” with a symbiotic relationship that caters to your cosmetic needs with a combined knowledge of plastic surgery & dermatology. Click here to read the full article and to learn more about their synergy.
The sun can wreak havoc on your skin, causing painful, blistering burns with a potential to have a long-lasting effect on your skin. NYC dermatologist, Dr. Jody Levine, offers tips to Glam.com to treat bad sunburns and help prevent future ones! Click here to find out how!
Looking to achieve the best summer shave? Dr. Jody Levine and Fitness Magazine know the importance of having silky, smooth legs for summer. They’re offering up silky, smooth shaving tips to help your legs glow this summer. Click here to find out how to ward off ingrown hairs, avoid razor burn, and more!
As summer nears, are your legs ready for shorts, sunshine, and sand? Getting your skin ready to show off for summer can be a daunting task. Our New York Dermatologist offers insight for easier summer preparation in a recent Yahoo! Shine article. Click here to find out how often you should exfoliate, how to avoid razor burn, and the best way to shave sensitive areas!
Does your hair need some TLC? New York Dermatologist, Dr. Jody Levine, shares with New Beauty magazine management tips for your mane. Do you know the best products to use, what treatments to avoid, and ways to avoid loss of your locks? Click here to read the full article!
In a recent issue of New Beauty magazine, our New York City dermatologist, Dr. Jody Levine, shares her love for dermatology and how she builds a successful relationship with patients of all ages. To find out her idea of a great dermatologist and why Plastic Surgery and Dermatology of NYC is above the rest of the practices in New York City, click here!
Dr. Elie Levine’s bio was featured in New Beauty Magazine! He shares his hopes for the future of plastic surgery, why he loves being a plastic surgeon, and some impressive before and after results! Read the full article to find out Dr. Levine’s most requested procedure, his philosophy for a great patient-doctor relationship, and more!
Our NYC dermatologist, Dr. Jody A. Levine, was recently honored as one of New Beauty’s feature beauty experts! Double board-certified in both dermatology and pediatrics, Dr. Levine addresses skin care concerns of patients of all ages! Keeping at the forefront of the latest advancements in dermatology, Dr. Levine treats every patient as a VIP! Click here to learn more about our NYC dermatologist and her philosophy!
Dr. Elie Levine and Dr. Jody Levine provide patients with a unique blend of medical aesthetics at their practice, Plastic Surgery & Dermatology of NYC. Recently featured in Avenue magazine’s feature article, “The Best of Both Worlds,” dermatologist, Dr. Jody Levine, and plastic surgeon, Dr. Elie Levine, share their views on why their practice isn’t your typical plastic surgery or dermatology office. Click here to check out the full feature article & read why!
The arrival of an unexpected blackhead or acne mark always seems to hit us right before an important date in our lives. Whether you’re going to your first job interview, starting a new date, about to give a major presentation, or about to get married, these unwanted marks won’t shy away. Even if you don’t have an important event coming up however, acne, blackheads, calluses, and scabs on the face are never welcomed. Most of us try our hardest to make these unwanted marks vanish. In fact, many are guilty of skin picking. For some however, repeatedly touching, rubbing, scratching, picking, or digging into the skin can cause a medical condition, known as Chronic Skin Picking. NY Dermatologist, Dr. Jody A. Levine offers some insight into this ailment in New Beauty magazine’s feature article, “Skin Picking: It’s More Serious Than You Think.” Click on the article and learn more about this condition and what Dr. Levine has to say.
With all the hype of the media and convenience of the internet at our fingers 24-7, clarity about plastic surgery techniques can get tangled into a knot of uncertainties. New You magazine set out to clear up some confusion about body contouring in Manhattan and asked the expert, NYC plastic surgeon, Dr. Elie Levine. When it comes to body contouring, many people think liposuction, but there is much more to body contouring than the simple buzzwords. Dr. Levine explains that lipo and tummy tucks only scratch the surface of body sculpting and that even non-invasive techniques, such as Zeltiq and Zerona can give you a sculpted look. Check out the full article to learn about some of the latest plastic surgery trends and what Dr. Levine has to say about body contouring.
At Plastic Surgery and Dermatology of NYC, Dr. Elie and Dr. Jody Levine believe in a combination approach to achieve overall cosmetic rejuvenation. In a featured article in W Magazine titled, “On the Verge: health pros are about to hit marquee status,” Doctors Levine describe the benefits of combining plastic surgery and dermatology treatments. For example, a facelift may adjust the positioning of your muscles into more youthful lines, but only laser resurfacing in New York can rejuvenate the quality of your skin tone. Read Dr. Levine’s full featured article in W Magazine to discover how a combination approach to cosmetic rejuvenation can help you!
Dr. Jody and Dr. Elie Levine have combined their specialties, dermatology and plastic surgery, into one comprehensive and holistic approach to skincare at their New York practice, Plastic Surgery and Dermatology of NYC. The doctors were featured in a New York Family article titled, “Familiar Faces,” for their unique and convenient approach to skincare and cosmetic rejuvenation for the entire family. Dr. Jody Levine offers a variety of skin treatments for both adults and children, including hemangiomas, acne, and port wine stains in New York. Dr. Elie Levine offers a comprehensive range of cosmetic procedures, including browlifts in NYC. Discover how Plastic Surgery and Dermatology of NYC can help your family by reading the full featured New York Family article!
After graduating in the top 5% of his class at Yale University School of Medicine and opening his own private practice, Plastic Surgery and Dermatology of NYC, Dr. Elie Levine understands that a personalized approach to plastic surgery is the best approach. In a featured Avenue article, “A Better Beauty,” Dr. Elie Levine describes the morphing software available at his practice. This software will show patients how the appearance of their facial structure will alter because of a single procedure, such as a rhinoplasty in NYC. To read more about Dr. Elie Levine’s accomplishments, his practice, and how the combined approach of plastic surgery and dermatology can benefit your appearance, read the full Avenue article.
Looking good doesn’t simply involve choosing the best cosmetic filler in New York, but rather, choosing the best combination of treatments to meet your specific needs. In a featured Avenue article titled, “Face Forward,” Dr. Levine compares the variety of cosmetic fillers available to paint on an artist’s palate. Treatments can be used in combination, and should be combined if the occasion calls for it, in order to achieve the best results possible. Patients shouldn’t be regulated to one brand; everyone’s facial structure and cosmetic goals are individual, and therefore the approach to treat those goals must be individual as well. To learn more about Dr. Jody Levine, Plastic Surgery and Dermatology of NYC, and cosmetic fillers in New York City, click on the Avenue thumbnail!
Although wrinkles and facial folds are obvious signs of aging, more subtle skin characteristics, such as a dull complexion, dryness, dark spots and circles, and puffy eye bags can make you appear older than your actual age. Dr. Jody Levine of Plastic Surgery and Dermatology of NYC was featured in a Glamour article, “Five sneaky things that make you look older,” giving insider tips on how to look younger using skincare products in New York. Dr. Levine suggests washing your face in the morning whether you wore makeup that night or not. Wearing toner is also an easy way to brighten your complexion. Read Dr. Levine’s full featured article in Glamour to find out more ways to improve your skin tone and turn back the clock.
Dr. Elie Levine of Plastic Surgery and Dermatology of NYC offers the “undo-plasty” in New York, although he prefers to think of it as revision cosmetic surgery. Ten to 20 percent of his patients are people seeking to fix a botched surgery from a previous surgeon. Flare featured Dr. Elie Levine in an article titled, “Just Undo Me,” for his expertise in revision surgeries, liposuction in New York City, rhinoplasty, and Otoplasty. Dr. Elie Levine specializes in the plastic surgery half of his plastic surgery and dermatology practice. You may find out more about Dr. Levine by reading the full Flare article!
Some people are initially hesitant to receive BOTOX® Cosmetic in New York, but according to Dr. Jody Levine at Plastic Surgery and Dermatology of NYC, patients can safely maintain youthful results with BOTOX® Cosmetic in NYC when the treatment is administered properly. Dr. Jody Levine is featured in a New Beauty article titled, “Demystifying Neurotoxin Injection,” to help shed light on the growing beauty secret that can smooth wrinkles and maintain your youthful appearance: BOTOX® Cosmetic in New York. Click on the New Beauty thumbnail to read the full article and learn more about how Dr. Jody Levine and BOTOX® Cosmetic can help you easily and safely maintain a youthful appearance.
Lying out in the summer sun can be relaxing and result in a beautiful tan, but it can also result in melanoma. Dr. Jody Levine was featured in an Allure article, “Beyond the Pale,” for her expertise in the field of dermatology. Skin health is more in vogue than skin tone; there’s nothing sexy about skin cancer. Dr. Jody Levine, the codirector of her New York practice, Plastic Surgery and Dermatology of NYC, recommends wearing SPF 30 to 45 and reapplying every 45 minutes. Her practice also offers Mole Mapping in New York so patients can maintain their skin health. Read more about how you can beat the harmful rays of the sun by reading Dr. Levine’s featured Allure article.
Some women seem to naturally bounce back from pregnancy right into the bodies they had before becoming mothers, but for many women, the bodies they enjoyed before motherhood seem like unattainable. At Plastic Surgery and Dermatology of NYC, Dr. Jody and Dr. Elie Levine offer several non-invasive and surgical options to help restore your body back to its original appearance. The wife and husband duo were recently featured in New Beauty magazine in an article titled, “Transform Your Post-Baby Body.” Dr. Levine recommends sclerotherapy for varicose and spider veins, while a mommy makeover in NYC can help reshape the contours of your breasts and stomach. Click on the New Beauty thumbnail to read Dr. Levine’s full featured New Beauty article on regaining your pre-pregnancy body!
Women who enjoy working out may find themselves breaking out on their back. Bacne is a problem for many women because tight workout clothes or long hair causes friction during workouts which traps sweat and bacteria on the skin. In a featured Fitness article titled, “Get Gorgeous,” Dr. Jody Levine recommends wearing exercise clothes that are fast drying. She also recommends cleansing your back daily with a Benzoyl Peroxide wash. Read the full Fitness magazine article to learn more about taking care of your heels, triceps, and hands and how Dr. Levine can help you maintain excellent skin care in New York at her practice, Plastic Surgery and Dermatology of NYC.
Vitamin A cream can boost cell turnover to make skin appear smoother, but if the crinkle of your crow’s feet still bother you, Dr. Elie Levine recommends considering BOTOX® Cosmetic in New York. In a Shape article titled, “An Easy Way to Look Younger Fast,” Dr. Levine suggests a few solutions to smooth your deepening wrinkles. He offers BOTOX® Cosmetic in NY at his practice, Plastic Surgery and Dermatology of NYC, to temporarily relax wrinkles around the eyes, horizontal wrinkles in the forehead, and vertical wrinkles between the brows. Read more about how Dr. Levine can help you appear younger by reading the full Shape article.
Plastic Surgery is expensive, but the results you can achieve at Plastic Surgery and Dermatology of NYC is well worth the price. In a featured Fox News article titled, “7 Most Expensive Plastic Surgery Procedures,” Dr. Elie Levine, the surgery specialist at his New York practice, Plastic Surgery and Dermatology of NYC, suggests tummy tuck in NYC for patients seeking to improve the shape and contour of their body. Dr. Levine also offers procedures such as facial makeovers, rhinoplasty, and liposuction, depending on the patient’s preference and overall cosmetic goals. Click on the Fox News thumbnail to read more about Dr. Levine and the procedures that can help you achieve a younger and enhanced look.
Couples age together but when one is a plastic surgeon, are you saying “I do” to cosmetic enhancement as well as to have to hold? In a featured Elle article titled, “Got You Under My Skin,” Dr. Elie and Dr. Jody Levine of Plastic Surgery and Dermatology of NYC discuss their views of performing plastic surgery and cosmetic treatments on one another. The Levine’s would be willing to undergo laser resurfacing with each other, but anything requiring more than local anesthesia is off the table. Dr. Jody Elie Levine would worry about her husband seeing her body clinically instead of sexually, a popular concern for wives married to plastic surgeons. To learn more about laser resurfacing in New York and Plastic Surgery and Dermatology of NYC, click on Elle magazine.
Pregnancy can be an uncertain time, especially for first time mothers, especially when it comes to the drastic changes to your body and how to prevent permanent stretch marks . On her fourth pregnancy, Dr. Jody Levine, the dermatologist at Plastic Surgery and Dermatology of NYC, gives Fit Pregnancy Magazine advice on what commonly used skin remedies to avoid during your pregnancy in the article, “Safe Skin Care.” Dr. Levine assures mothers to be that the thin black line that appears during pregnancy is only an increase in melanin and should fade with time. To learn more about skin care in New York and read more of Dr. Levine’s advice, read the full featured Fit Pregnancy article!
Preparations for the big day range from party planning to personal planning, but personal planning, such as chemical peels in NYC and hair removal, should be timed perfectly in order to see the best results on the day of your wedding. In a Contemporary Bride article titled, “Bridal Beauty,” Dr. Jody Levine gives advice on the timing of your treatments. Hair removal should be done a month before the wedding, and more intensive treatments, such as chemical peels in NY, should be scheduled 6 months in advance. To learn more about how you can achieve healthy, glowing skin on your big day, click on Contemporary Bride Magazine!
Deciphering between old wives tales and legitimate skincare treatments in New York City can be trickier than you would expect! Dr. Jody Levine of Plastic Surgery and Dermatology of NYC sheds light on ways to actually achieve timeless looking skin in a Lucky article titled, “15 Secrets From Top Dermatologists.” Black tea bags really do reduce eye puffiness and Omega-fatty-acid-rich foods will delay the signs of skin aging. According to Dr. Levine, topical treatments can be effective on the sensitive skin under your eyes and on your hands. For more skincare tips from Dr. Levine, read the full featured article in Lucky magazine!
Mothers and daughters often strive to find activities they both enjoy in order to share time together and bond. Lately, the newest activity for mother-daughter bonding is BOTOX® Cosmetic, dermal fillers in New York, and plastic surgery. In a featured article in About titled, “Something in Common,” Dr. Ellie Levine comments on his opinion of the growing trend. Mothers are often hesitant about plastic surgery treatments until they see the rejuvenation results on their daughters. Looking beautiful together and supporting one another through the healing process brings mother and daughters closer together and provides for more topics of conversation. Learn more about Dr. Levine, Plastic Surgery and Dermatology of NYC, and how you can bond with your mother or daughter by clicking on the About article.
The sun’s rays are harsher during the summer months, and with the warmer weather, more of your skin will be exposed to its harmful rays. In a Q Magazine article titled, “Beauty, Ask the Experts,” Dr. Elie and Dr. Jody Levine suggest wearing a higher SPF in the summer than you do in the winter. Antioxidants, such as green tea, are also important to everyday skincare in New York City. At their practice, Plastic Surgery and Dermatology of NYC, the Levines offer a wide variety of products, treatments, and surgeries designed to improve the health of your skin. Click on the Q magazine thumbnail to read more about the Drs. Levine, their practice, and how you can improve your skincare in NYC!
Melasma, or hyper-pigmentation, can be caused by changing hormones and sun exposure, but topical treatments are not always helpful. Dr. Jody Levine offers laser treatments in New York to destroy dark pigmentation and smooth fine lines. In a featured Healing Lifestyles and Spas article titled, “Healing News,” Dr. Jody Levine of Plastic Surgery and Dermatology of NYC suggests laser rejuvenation to help even skin pigmentation, especially in people suffering from Melasma. Although Dr. Levine suggests 6 sessions of treatment to notably improve your skin’s tone and texture, patients have reported noticeable improvement in their skin as much as a month after treatment ended. Read the full featured article to learn how cosmetic laser treatments in New York City can help you!
Maintaining healthy, youthful looking skin can be difficult during the summer months because of the cold weather. Temperature changes from walking outside from the toasty heat of the indoors and back inside can dry and crack sensitive skin. Dr. Jody Levine gives her professional suggestions of how to maintain great skin during the harsh winter months in a featured Fitness article, “Radiant Winter Skin Made Easy.” The season’s best skincare products in NY are affordable and easy to use. Stay smooth until spring with moisturizer and sunscreen. The sun’s harmful rays can still burn during the winter months if you’re not careful! Learn more about skincare in NYC with Dr. Jody Levine by reading the full Fitness article!
Revenge Surgery is a growing term in plastic surgery. After a bad breakup or lengthy divorce, people are seeking plastic surgery to feel better about themselves, look younger, and ultimately gain a slight satisfaction knowing that their Ex may notice how good they look now that they’re apart. Dr. Elie Levine offers his opinion on the topic of revenge surgery in an Allure article titles, “Do Sane People Get ‘Revenge Surgery’?” Although wanting to look good to spite your ex-spouse is a common feeling, plastic surgery in NYC may be going a bit too far if the patient isn’t yet emotionally ready. Learn more about plastic surgery in New York and Dr. Elie Levine’s practice, Plastic Surgery and Dermatology of NYC, by clicking on the Allure magazine!
Women begin to worry about regaining their bikini body during the spring months, but at Plastic Surgery and Dermatology of NYC, Dr. Jody and Dr. Elie Levine have a few body sculpting options to help you prepare for the summer season. In a featured New York Times article titled, “Bikini-Ready? Who’s Judging?” The Levines describe the bikini season prep event that they host, which includes procedures such as skin tightening, tummy tuck, and liposuction in NY. Learn more about Plastic Surgery and Dermatology of NYC and how liposuction in New York can help you by clicking on the New York Time’s thumbnail!
Although women in their twenties typically do not have to worry about their skin showing signs of aging, many women do worry over how their adult acne will age their skin in the long run. Dr. Jody Levine of Plastic Surgery and Dermatology of NYC divulges a few secrets to keeping clear skin in the Hello Canada article, “Act Your Age.” Products containing salicylic and glycolic acid removes dead skin cells, which will give your skin a beautiful glow. Read the full Hello Canada article to learn more about Dr. Levine and how proper skincare in New York City can make you appear younger and healthier.
Dr. Jody Levine of Plastic Surgery and Dermatology of NYC has been named Parent Magazine’s top dermatologist in their board of advisors! Dr. Jody Levine graduated Magna Cum Laude from Columbia College and earned her M.D. at Yale University School of Medicine. She has been board certified by the American Academy of Dermatology and the American Academy of Pediatrics and is currently the director of Dermatology at Plastic Surgery and Dermatology of NYC, PLLC. View Dr. Jody Levine on the Board of Advisors in Parent magazine by clicking on the thumbnail and reading the full featured Parent article!
Controlling oily skin and acne breakouts can be frustrating, especially when the products you use simply are not showing a visible improvement in your skin’s appearance. Dr. Jody Levine, the Director of Dermatology at Plastic Surgery and Dermatology of NYC, recommends skin treatments in New York that include oil-absorbing clay to help with breakouts caused by oily skin. At her practice, Dr. Levine uses laser and light treatments to help patients suffering from the worst cases of acne. If laser treatments aren’t for you, old acne scars may be lessened with skin tone enhancers. Learn more about the skin treatments in NYC that Dr. Jody Levine recommends reading the full featured Hello Canada article!
All skin types need a little added protection against the harsh temperature changes of the winter season. Whether your skin is oily, dry, or cracked, Dr. Jody Levine has a skin treatment in NYC that may benefit you! In a featured Ladies Home Journal article titled, “Winter Skin SOS,” Dr. Jody Levine of Plastic Surgery and Dermatology of NYC gives us insider tips as to the proper skin care against the harsh winter weather. Indications that your oily skin needs moister include tightness, flaky patches, and sensitivity to products that your skin normally tolerates well during the warmer months. Learn more tips by reading Dr. Levine’s featured Ladies Home Journal!
Although Perez Hilton claims his new body is the product of a dedicated diet and exercise program, Dr. Elie Levine remains skeptical. In a featured Entertainment article titled, “Did Perez Go Under the Knife?” Dr. Levine comments on Hilton’s sculpted abs and newly defined muscles. Such definition is an indication that Perez did indeed receive some form of body sculpting, likely liposuction in New York. Hilton may certainly have lost weight, but he also certainly had some form of plastic Surgery in NY. Read Dr. Levine’s full featured article to learn more about how to spot a little nip and tuck.
Experts are disagreeing with Perez Hilton’s claim that his new, beautiful body has been sculpted through diet and exercise alone. In a featured café mom article titled, “Perez Hilton is lying about his new body docs say,” Dr. Elie Levine enlightens us on the telltale signs that Hilton may have had liposuction or Gynecomastia in New York. Although Hilton has obviously lost weight, such definition is likely the cause of plastic surgery in New York, according to Dr. Levine’s expert opinion. Read the full Café Mom article to discover what to look for when determining if someone is fibbing about the extent to which they dieted and exercised!
You don’t have time to waste on unnecessary morning steps when you wake up late in the morning. When it comes down to the crunch, Dr. Jody Levine gives us speedy tips on skin care in NY in a featured Cosmopolitan article titled, “The AM Time Crunch.” Dr. Levine suggests her patients invest in baby wipes, even if you don’t have children. Baby wipes are meant for a baby’s bottom, so they are even better than face towelettes. Be sure to suds your partner’s face as well, as his or her oily skin can rub off on yours! Learn more about how to look great and still make it to work on time by reading Dr. Levine’s full featured article.
If a skin cream could simultaneously prevent 90% of spots, wrinkles, and saggy skin, wouldn’t everyone be jumping in line to buy such a rejuvenating youth potion? In a featured Elle article title, “The Sun Set,” Dr. Jody Levine informs us that this miracle lotion does in fact exist and can be found in any convenience store and gas station, yet only 1 in every 10 Americans actually uses it every day: sun screen. In addition to sun screen, sun protective clothing can also shield the harmful rays of the sun. Learn more about how you can practice excellent skin care in NYC every day by ready the entire Elle article featuring Dr. Jody Levine.
Battling ingrown hairs and oily skin can be difficult during the warm summer months. Dr. Jody Levine has a few, easy shaving and oily skin tips to look great even as the temperature rises. In a featured InStyle magazine article titled, “Summer Skin Care,” Dr. Jody Levine of Plastic Surgery and Dermatology of NYC lets us in on a few skin treatments in NYC that can help us achieve less ingrown hairs while shaving for our bikini and less oil on our skin even as we sweat throughout the summer. Using a lighter moisturizer will help to keep your face moisturized without overdoing it during the summer heat. Learn more tricks of the trade by clicking on the cosmopolitan magazine thumbnail.
Applying sunscreen regularly and liberally is the only way to protect your skin against the harsh and damaging rays of the sun. A bottle of sunscreen should last two people one day at the beach, not the entire summer. Plastic Surgery and Dermatology of NYC’s director of Dermatology, Dr. Jody Levine, gives InStyle magazine a few tips about how to apply sunscreen to your squirmy children in an article titled, “Day at the Beach.” You can’t wait until you’re already on the beach and in your bikini to apply protection. Lotion up while you’re still inside and naked, so you don’t miss a spot, and let your kids lotion you after you finished lotioning them. Read InStyle to learn more tips from Dr. Levine.
People wear floppy hats, hide under umbrellas, and apply sunblock to protect their delicate skin from the penetrating rays of the summer sun. To supplement your skin care routine, you may want to consider sunblock pills with Polypodium leucotomos. First for Women magazine spoke to the director of dermatology at Plastic Surgery and Dermatology of NYC in their article, “Summer Beauty,” to discover the truth about sunblock pills. Dr. Jody Levine informs us that one pill taken 30 minutes before going out in the sun is great to help with protection should you miss a spot or forget to reapply, however, pills should never be used as your only form of skin protection in NYC.
Active ingredients are an important part of properly caring for your face. Just because a products claims to be anti-aging, doesn’t mean it truly is an anti-aging cream. In a featured VIV magazine article titled, “What’s in My Face Cream,” Dr. Jody Levine informs us about the active ingredients we should be looking for in our face creams to achieve anti-aging results. Dr. Levine is the director of dermatology at Plastic Surgery and Dermatology of NYC. To learn more about your face cream and the ingredients necessary to produce beautiful results, read the full featured article in VIV magazine!
Eye puffiness can make you appear older than your actual age. Although some puffiness is genetic, the eye puffiness that comes and goes can be reduced with creams, cool compresses, cucumbers, or tea bags. Dr. Jody Levine, the director of dermatology at Plastic Surgery and Dermatology of NYC, gives Good Housekeeping magazine advice on reducing morning eye puffiness. Because the cold constricts blood vessels, it will reduce eye swelling. The pressure of applying cream in combination with gravity will stimulate circulation and drain excess fluid! Learn more tricks to reduce your puffy eyes thanks to Dr. Jody Levine!
Just because you’ve been washing your face for as long as you remember, doesn’t mean a few lathering and drying tips can’t improve the tone and texture of your skin. New York Dermatologist, Dr. Jody Levine, lets Allure in on the insider secrets of how to achieve clearer skin by simply washing your face with warm water, massaging while you lather, and drying gently. Washing too often and keeping your cleanser on your skin for too long may dry out your skin. Hot water also has the potential to dry out skin. Try to keep water as cold as possible to keep the moister in your skin and promote healthy skin tissue! Read the full featured Allure article to gain more skin tips from Dr. Jody Levine.
Women all over the business world wear makeup, but keeping your cosmetic products sanitary is just as important to the glow of your skin as the products you use. In a beauty update by Self magazine, Dr. Jody Levine gives us sanitary tips while sharing makeup brushes. Dr. Levine is a cosmetic dermatologist in NYC, and the director of dermatology at her practice, Plastic Surgery and Dermatology of NYC. She suggests sanitizing your makeup brushes with a facial antibacterial cleanser. Using shampoo on your brushes along with warm water is also effective. To read more about cosmetic dermatology in New York and how Dr. Levine can help you with your cosmetic and dermatology needs, read the full Self article!
The SPF on a sunscreen indicates how many times longer the sunscreen will protect your skin until you begin to burn again. Without sunscreen, your skin begins to burn after approximately ten minutes, so SPF 15 will allow you to stay in the sun for 2.5 hours before you begin to burn. In a featured Nylon magazine titled, “Sunny Delight,” Dr. Jody Levine helps us to determine which SPF is best for us. Your individual SPF is dependent upon the amount of time spent in the sun, the time of day, the activity you’ll be participating in, and skin type. To ensure complete coverage, Dr. Levine, a cosmetic dermatologist in NYC, suggests reapplying every 2 hours.
The fight against wrinkles, sagging, and sunspots can feel like a losing battle with the harmful rays of the sun and the passing years deepening the lines, folds, and imperfections of your face. If chemicals and plastic surgery isn’t right for you, natural remedies might be more your style. Dr. Jody Levine, the director of Dermatology at Plastic Surgery and Dermatology of NYC, gives advice on the foods you should feed your skin in a Clean Eating article titled, “Six Natural Skin Boosters that Turn Back the Clock.” Caviar facials, Sea Salt or Oatmeal baths, drinking milk, and eating avocado are just the beginning! Learn about the healthiest foods to feed your skin from leading New York dermatologist, Dr. Jody Levine!
Although absorbing the sun’s rays is a good source of vitamin D, it also increases your risk for sun cancer. Remember to use SPF protection on your lips as well as the rest of your body. According to Dr. Jody Levine, director of dermatology at Plastic Surgery and Dermatology of NYC, skin cancer on the lips spreads more easily than skin cancer on other parts of the body. In a featured Parents article titled, “Your Child Health,” Dr. Levine suggests applying a balm with SPF 30 or higher every two hours. Be sure to avoid glosses and Vaseline, which can actually attract the sunlight and increase the risk of sunburn. Read the full featured article to learn more about caring for your baby’s skin!
Certain aspects in life become necessary and routine, such as wearing a seat belt, brushing teeth, and wearing a bike helmet. Dr. Jody Levine informs Parent magazine that wearing sun screen should be one of those automatic necessary parts of your daily routine. Children’s young skin is more susceptible to sunlight and more apt to burn. Dr. Jody Levine, the director of dermatology at Plastic Surgery and Dermatology of NYC, keeps sunscreen in the bathroom. Her children apply sun screen to their faces everyday as a part of their daily routine. Learn more about how to best protect your skin and the skin of your children by reading the full featured Parents article.
Activities such as golf can be a great way to enjoy and appreciate the outdoors. The sun, however warm and energy-infusing, can leave you burnt and increase your risk for skin cancer. New York dermatologist, Dr. Jody Levine, informs Golf for Women that sunscreen, whether in a cream or spray form, is best at blocking damaging UV rays. Dr. Levine suggests Mexoryl, Banana Boat, and Clinique as her brands of choice while protecting her skin and the skin of her children. Learn more about what brands the expert dermatologists in New York suggest to achieve maximum protection against the sun’s rays!
With men and women everywhere striving for smoother, firmer, and a more sculpted appearance in a balm, peel, or bottle, many may underestimate the power of massage. Not only do facial massages feel great, they can also improve the appearance of your skin. New York cosmetic dermatologist Dr. Jody Levine is featured in Elle magazine’s article, “Soft Touch.” Dr. Levine suggests facial massages because moving the muscles and skin on your face increases blood flow, bringing oxygen and nutrients to your facial skin. Learn more about facial massages and how they can rejuvenate your appearance by reading the full featured Elle article.
Banish breakouts with the food you eat! In a Teen Vogue magazine article titled, “Food for Thought,” Dr. Jody Levine helps us shape our diet to promote healthier looking skin and less break outs. Foods with a high glycemic index, like bagels, pretzels, potatoes, and packaged cookies and cakes, make it more difficult to heal from break outs. Your teen’s favorite foods are probably a part of that list, but such foods will only worsen your child’s acne. Avoiding these foods, however, is not a cure all. A woman’s period can also be the cause of breakouts. Learn more about how to control your acne by visiting Dr. Jody Levine at Plastic Surgery and Dermatology of NYC.
A glowing, radiant tan may appear like the picture of health and youth, but tanning regularly actually increases your chances of developing melanoma squamous cell carcinoma to more than fifty percent! The March issue of VIV Magazine features NY dermatologist, Dr. Jody Levine in its article, “Toss It or Tweek It.” Viv Beauty asked Dr. Levine if people should take advantage of using a gift certificate to indulge in a free tan, because who doesn’t like free? Levine explains that, that makes about as much sense as a non-smoker cashing in a gift certificate for a pack of Marlboros! Read what else Dermatologist in NY, Dr. Jody Levine had to say by reading the full article in VIV Magazine.
There are many beauty secrets hidden within the depths of our skin. With all the different skin types out there, finding the right soap for you can be overwhelming, but don’t result to regular old bar soap just yet. Regular soap bars can irritate skin and leave an unwanted film. New York Dermatologist, Dr. Jody Levine, explains in Cosmopolitan’s "Beauty Q&A,," why you should carefully consider your choice of soap when it comes to the face. Soaps with color, for example, can contain irritating dyes, which can dehydrate skin. Instead, choose soap with mild cleansing ingredients such as sorbitol or ammonium sulfates. Though skin types vary, and individuals react differently to skin cleaners, we all should be taking the steps to making sure we cleanse our skin with a healthy facial cleanser to maintain healthy skin care in NY. Learn more about bar soaps its effect on the face in the full article featured in Cosmopolitan.
Bedwetting can be a burden on both child and parent. New FDA warnings caution against using popular treatments such as nasal spray, but bedwetting can be causing more harm to your child than you think. Wetting the bed can lead to more than wet sheets and smelly blankets. Sometimes this condition can have excess side effects that should not be overlooked, but often times are. A common side effect children may experience is fungus due to the moisture, leading to oval shaped-patches of skin on your their bottom. Featured in Parents magazine article, “Bedwetting Drug Caution,” NY Pediatric Dermatologist, Dr. Jody Levine, explains this could be a sign of a yeast infection. Read what she has to say, including the best way to rid such infection and what warning signs parents should look for, in the full article of Parents Magazine.
Keeping up with skin maintenance can be an overwhelming job! Too much moisturizer can make your skin look oily, not enough leaves skin dry and scaly. New York City Dermatologist, Dr. Jody Levine, shares with Shape magazine the hidden benefits of moisturizer, SPF, and wrinkle fighting creams. Wrinkles can hinder our appearance, making us look older than we really are. If your reflection displays wrinkles, don’t give up just yet. It’s never too late to fight aging skin. Dermatologist, Dr. Jody Levine, of Plastic Surgery & Dermatology NY shares how you can prevent new wrinkles from arising. If it’s dry or oily skin you’re worried about, Dr. Levine has an answer for that as well! Read what she has to say in the full article of Shape Magazine.
Weather changes can fight with skin, causing irritation, especially in the colder months. Dermatologist, Dr. Jody Levine, shares with Cosmopolitan readers a beauty secret so often overlooked; skin hydration. Dehydrated skin can lead to dryness and flakes, especially in the winter, when blood flow is slower and Mother Nature’s icy wind beats your cheeks. It may seem logical to scrub away flakes on the skin, but is it really the right answer? Dr. Levine, explains that scrubbing at flakes does nothing more than cause irritation. So, what is one to do about those maddening flakes? Read what NY Dermatologist Dr. Levine has to say in the full Cosmopolitan article.
Sitting in the sun on a warm summer day feels nice and relaxing, but what happens when the sun feels too good? For some people, this sensation of baking in the heat becomes an overwhelming thrill, leading to tanorexia, or addiction to tanning. NY Dermatologist, Dr. Jody Levine featured in Marie Claire magazine article, “Are you a Tanorexic,” talks about those battling tanorexia. Tanning releases endorphins, which can become habitual to some. This compulsion leads to an unhealthy lifestyle, and psychological insecurities in people whose color may start to fade. When summer ends, where do these addicts turn? In America, there are 60,000 tanning salons, but even more tanorexics. Dr. Levine discusses the harmful effects of both indoor and outdoor tanning and the risks of skin cancer in NYC, in the January issue of Marie Claire. To learn more check out the full article.
Bed calls, and you can finally wash off the makeup you’ve been wearing to cover that annoying zit. You glance down at your sink and remember you need to moisturize, but how can you use both moisturizer and acne cream? Do you choose one, or the other? New York dermatologist, Dr. Jody Levine, answers these questions in Cosmopolitan’s “Beauty Q&A.” Dr. Levine explains that when using spot regimens for acne treatment in New York, it may be best not to put anything else on top to avoid interference. Though light creams won’t prolong pimples, you want the active ingredients, such as salicylic acid to seep into skin without intervention, says Levine. To read more, check out the full article!
We all keep hearing that the sun is no good for our skin, and how applying sunscreen should be as common as brushing our teeth, but now here’s something else you might not know; If you are dealing with red veins around your nose, you could, once again, blame it on that big ball of fire in the sky. NYC dermatologist, Dr. Jody Levine, talks red nose veins in Cosmopolitan magazine’s “Beauty Q&A.” No need to look like Rudolph though, there are easy ways to cover up these veins both permanently and temporarily. To find out what Dr. Levine has to say about hiding these marks, check out the full article featured in Cosmopolitan.
Are you lugging around a tattoo you are sick of looking at? New York City Dermatologist, Dr. Jody Levine, M.D., explains in Self magazine’s article titled, “Body art be gone: The laser de-inking process isn’t painless or simple, as one writer finds,” why you should consider getting your tattoo removed by a real doctor, rather than opting for the procedure in a tattoo parlor. Many people find that getting a tattoo removed isn’t as simple, or pain free as imagined. Assuming that a laser treatment won’t be discomforting proves wrong in many cases. Laser tattoo removal in NYC can lead to blistering, even infection when done incorrectly and can require more treatments than necessary if not left to the right professional. You may be able to trust your tattoo to the artist, but when it comes to removal, leave it to the M.D. Read more of what Dr. Levine had to say in the full Self article.
We all sweat during the hot summer months, but when it comes to your child, are you taking the right steps to keep his/her skin healthy? Manhattan pediatric dermatologist, Dr. Jody Levine, featured in Parents magazine article, “Kid’s Health,” shares a few tips on keeping your babies skin cool and comfortable during the heat. Baby’s skin is extra-sensitive, so making sure their skin remains cool and sweat free can prevent any inflammation of sweat ducts. If inflammation does occur, consider avoiding lotions and opt for a soothing bath instead. Check out more of what Dr. Levine had to say in the full article of Parents magazine.
No parent wants to do laundry, let alone stick themselves with another hamper full of baby clothes. If you thought your babies cute onesie or adorable “grandma loves me” shirt needed to be washed alone for your child’s safety, you may be stressing yourself out more than you should. Pediatric Dermatologist, Dr. Jody Levine offers some advice in BabyTalk magazine’s article, “Baby Checkup,” on how to accomplish one load of wash, while veering worry-free of perfumes and dyes that may have worried you about skin care in NY in the past. Check out Dr. Levine’s advice in the full article of BabyTalk magazine.
Starting healthy habits at a young age is vital to children’s growth and behavior. Sure, it’s easy to remember to teach your kid not to skip out on the green beans so they grow big and tall, but what about the smaller rituals that are more important than they may seem, like applying sunscreen? Remembering SPF may not always be at the top of a parent’s to-do list, but NY Pediatric Dermatologist, Dr. Jody Levine explains why it should be and gives her thoughts in Real Simple Family magazine. Overlooking such an important behavior can cause problems down the line and could eventually lead to skin cancer NYC. Getting into the routine of applying sunscreen every morning will help ensure kids grow up with healthy, radiant, wrinkle-free skin, increasing self-esteem and guaranteeing A+ check-ups at the dermatologist! Read more in the full article of Real Simple Family magazine.
Every year, as the summer months approach, ads for shedding the pounds bombard over-weight, or simply self-conscious individuals to buy into certain products or exercise programs promising a bikini-ready body. As curves become the new image of beautiful, some argue that these bikini-ready promotions should be tossed out, allowing women to embrace their true splendor. Featured in The New York Times, Doctors Elie & Jody Levine explain their answers to stubborn areas of fat for those seeking an alternative when diet and exercise aren’t enough. Read the full article to see what they had to say.
It seems like back in the day, our parents and grandparents would invent home remedies with anything in reach. Today’s leading innovations and advances in technology have left us looking at some of these remedies with raised eyebrows. If it’s dead skin cells you want removed and smoother skin you wish to brush your finger over, mom might’ve suggested the old toothbrush method as a cheap scrubber. Well, now you can ditch the toothbrush because Sonicare has developed an easier face polisher. Dermatologist in NY, Dr. Jody Levine, explains in Elle magazine that this new facial gadget can do more than remove dead skin cells. Find out what else this new invention can achieve and Dr. Levine’s thoughts in the full article featured in Elle magazine.
You do your best to make sure you’re eating healthy and exercising, so why should your skin care fall short of this? NY Dermatologist, Jody Levine talks to Men’s Health magazine about the benefits of taking care of your skin using all-natural ingredients. Often times, many of us will search for the cheapest skin care regimens. But glance your eyes past the price tag, and take a look at the most important print: the ingredients. Dr. Levine explains that the ideal skin regimen combines both natural and manufactured ingredients to keep skin healthy and beautiful and can even lead to fewer breakouts. Read the full article featured in Men’s Health and find out which natural ingredients your skin may prefer.
NYC Dermatologist, Dr Jody Levine explains in OK! magazine how often you should re-apply sunscreen, regardless of SPF. It seems like a no brainer that applying sunscreen is of great importance when performing outdoor activities, but what about those of us stuck indoors all day? Even if you find yourself stuck in the office or the home most of the day, you should consider lathering up at least once a day to protect yourself from inevitable rays of warmth that can lead to skin cancer in NY. In fact, applying SPF 15 can allow a person to stay in the sun 15 times longer without burning. Read the full article to find out what else Dr. Levine had to say in OK! magazine.
Let’s face it; we all want to look our best, but for those of us with sensitive skin, it seems like every day brings a different skin struggle. Unfortunately, we are our worst critics, but that isn’t always a bad thing. Being your worst critic means noticing the first signs of aging, breakouts, and dry skin, before anyone else. Addressing the early signs of these problems can lead to reduced visibility and less damage. When you start to notice any skin flaws, know what works best. OK! Magazine set out to find cures for some common skin issues and spoke with NY Dermatologist, Dr. Jody Levine in their article, “10 Skin Care Tips to Try Now!” Dr. Levine offers some advice on keeping your skin clean, without the breakouts or reactions. If you have sensitive skin, consider acne treatment in NYC. Staying away from colored soaps, as they can contain harmful dyes that can cause unwanted reactions control breakouts and dryness. Do your skin a favor, and read the full article to find out what Dr. Levine had to say!
Walking down what seems to be endless aisles of skin care treatments can be overwhelming. Every product promises to deliver some type of hopeful skin solution. If you’re dealing with cellulite, don’t be fooled by bottles of lotion claiming full removal of those shadowed dimples. NYC dermatologist, Dr. Jody Levine, explains to US magazine that though cellulite is actually a genetic condition, and no product can fully remove it, you can minimize its appearance. Hide cellulite with hydrating ingredients such as caffeine and algae to bring water to the skins surface. You can also use a body scrub once a week to remove dead skin cells, smoothing skin and divots. Read up on some more cellulite treatments in NYC by checking out the full US article.
These days, it seems women will to do anything to maintain a beautiful image. With celebrities flaunting their beautiful, perfect skin, it seems ordinary people are the only ones experiencing signs of aging. Want to know the truth? They’re not! Now you can have your favorite celebrity look thanks to advances in dermatology. When it comes to looking flawless, treatments may be easier than you think. New York City Dermatologist, Dr. Jody Levine, talks to OK! magazine about minimally invasive treatments to hide facial flaws. For Courtney Cox cheekbones, for example, try laser skin resurfacing in NY. Looking for a Gisele Bundchen torso? Consider liposculpture. Find out what other celebrity looks you can achieve in the full article featured in OK! Magazine.
Acne, perhaps one of the most troublesome, stubborn skin problems, seems to identify your most important days of the month. It knows when you are about to go out on a date, when you’re starting a new job, prom day, wedding day, or any other special or important occasion you may have. New York dermatologist, Dr. Jody Levine explains in Self magazine that dry skin could be the cause of your acne. Though dry skin seems harmless, it clogs pores, leading to those unwanted breakouts. For flaky skin, try a beaded face wash every two to three days, explains Dr. Levine. Read more in the full article in Self magazine to find out ways to eliminate dead skin with acne treatment in NY.
Parenting is a full-time job. It can be hard to find leisure time to read a favorite book, let alone check out the latest research on your child’s health. No need to worry however; NY’s top doctors stay up-to-date with the latest research to gain the latest insight into children’s health and development. Parents magazine set out to find what books have given doctors the latest insights into today’s pediatrics. New York Pediatric dermatologist, Dr. Jody Levine, shares her latest read with Parents magazine. Find out what her top pick was in the full article!
It may seem like a nice one-stop shop to trust your favorite salon to your latest skin and hair problems, but when you need a real expert, lend your trust to NYC dermatologist, Jody Levine. Featured in Gotham magazine as an “age-defying genius,” Dr. Levine can address all your dermatology needs with the latest advances in skin care technology. Dr. Levine recognizes each patient’s individual needs and skin types so you can be sure each treatment caters to your skin, giving it the recognition it deserves. Check out the full feature in Gotham magazine.
Years of laughter, frowns, and your favorite summer suntan can leave deep lines around the mouth. Featured in WebMD’s article, “Erasing Lines Around Your Mouth,” Plastic Surgeon in Manhattan, Dr. Elie Levine explains why and how to get rid of these wrinkles, pointing out which works best, depending on your age. Of course, you can’t go through life without smiling or frowning, but now with treatments such as BOTOX in New York, you can travel the years looking young and beautiful. Check out the full feature article to learn more!
What happens when looking good goes too far? Ex-professional wrestler Joan Laurer, more commonly referred to as Chyna made her way into the headlines with her recent plastic surgery. New York City plastic surgeon, Dr. Elie Levine talked with Globe magazine about Chyna’s new look explaining it seems apparent that dermal fillers, such as Radiesse® in New York and Juvederm® added volume to her face- too much volume as critics claim. Dermal fillers like Radiesse® and Juvederm® fill fine lines and wrinkles by adding volume to facial folds. Check out the full article in Globe magazine to learn more.
Hiding signs of aging can prove time-consuming, especially if you’re constantly in the spotlight. Actors and actresses find the limelight a lot brighter strutting down the red carpet, as all eyes peer in, looking for their latest imperfections. Globe Magazine featured some of the latest celeb plastic surgery mishaps in their article, “Plastic Surgery Shockers.” NY plastic surgeon Dr. Elie Levine, chimed in on actor David Cassidy and actress Hunter Tylo’s recent dermal fillers in New York. Check out what he had to say about the latest celebrity plastic surgery in Globe magazine!
Today, BOTOX in NYC is becoming a lot more common than it once was. The rise comes, as there is more awareness about the safety and benefits of BOTOX in NYC as well as a desire to look good in the work environment. Featured in New Beauty magazines article, “Brotox is on the Rise,” plastic surgeon, Dr. Elie Levine, explains that when BOTOX is done correctly, one should maintain the ability to animate and look great at the same time. Along with that, “BROTOX” allows men to enhance their masculine features. Read more and see what else Dr. Levine had to say, in the full New Beauty article.
Hiding loose skin that makes you appear older may be easier in the winter, but when the summer months roll around, who wants to be caught wearing a sweatshirt? Featured in Beyond Black and White’s article “How to Get Michelle Obama Arms This Summer,” NY Plastic Surgeon, Dr. Elie Levine explains how you can achieve sculpted, toned arms when the warm months arrive. Options like SmartLipo in NYC can help regain skin laxity, so you go sleeveless with confidence. Check out some other ways you can achieve younger, sculpted arms by reading the full article.
The upper arms are one of the first areas of the body to give away signs of aging. Constantly gaining weight and dieting can cause skin to lose elasticity faster, resulting in excess skin hanging from the arms. Featured in My Scoop’s article, “How To Tone Your Arms,” NYC Plastic Surgeon, Dr. Elie Levine, shares ways you can achieve a younger looking appearance, starting with your arms. Exercising is a start to toning your appearance, but for patients who have lost elasticity in their arms, treatments like liposuction in Manhattan may be a better option. Find out what option may be best for you by checking out the full feature article!
Growing older, many of us find ourselves searching for the best ways to keep our skin looking young. Hoping to avoid what seems like the inevitable, we turn to magazines, internet, even doctors to help us fight off aging. Now, NY Plastic Surgeon, Dr. Elie Levine, has some of the latest advice on keeping your arms looking young in the feature, “How to Get Great Arms,” in Real Style magazine. Dr. Levine explains that as we age, skin loses elasticity. This can result in sagging areas of the body, specifically the arms. Consistent weight gain and weight loss can also cause skin to lose collagen. The best answer he says, is keeping arms toned and in shape with regular exercise. Learn more about arm lift in New York by clicking on the full article.
When it comes to taking care of our skin, we can only lend our trust to a top dermatologist in NY, Dr. Jody Levine. Dr. Levine proves she is one of the best through her excellent patient care and sensitivity to individual’s needs. Dr. Levine understands that we all have different skin types, which means different skin care necessities. Her expertise and passion in dermatology has landed her a spot in New York Super Doctors. Only a qualified professional who listens to patients concerns can provide the most advanced care as seen in Jody Levine at New York Plastic Surgery and Dermatology. Learn more about Dr. Levine and check out the full feature!
If you think bailing out on sunscreen during a cloudy day is safe, you’ve fallen into one of the common myth traps about sun protection. Twist magazine turned to skin doctor in New York, Dr. Jody Levine, for answers to common tanning myths in, “Your Tanning Myths Busted!” Dr. Levine explains that even on a cloudy day, harmful UVA rays can still pass through the clouds, damaging skin. Find out what other myths Dr. Jody Levine gives facts on by reading the full article, featured in Twist Magazine.