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Art Beauty

Amber Milt

An unsponsored and honest take on the beauty industry. Join former beauty editor, Amber Milt, in her quest to tell the REAL TRUTH about the fake sh-t. From the products that make her swoon to the procedures that made her swell, she’ll help you navigate the often confusing but always fun universe of makeup, makeovers, and more. New episodes are available for free download every Tuesday on iTunes, Spotify and Google Play.
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Celebrities will put their names on everything from cars to coffee. But when a celebrity comes out with their own beauty line, how involved are they really? We tapped Doreen Bloch, the founder and CEO of Poshly, a beauty-focused data analytics company to shed some light on the growing trends of celeb beauty lines. She'll dish on the best and worst of celebrity beauty, and then shares some great facts on lipstick. After listening to this podcast you may never try on lipstick in a store again!

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Sun exposure can result in premature aging of the skin, which can often reveal itself as brown pigmented spots that we lovingly refer to as age spots and sun spots. These brown lesions often appear on the face, chest and back, as well as the back of the hands and legs. But luckily, in a cosmetic sense, we can undo some of the damage using a combination of at-home and in-office treatments. Our guest, Dr. Robyn Gmyrek, spent over 20 years on the faculty of Columbia University Medical Center where she was Division Chief of Cosmetic Dermatology and founded Columbia University’s Cosmetic Skin and Laser Center. Now a practicing dermatologist, she shares her vast knowledge of the treatments that work, and when they are safe to use. From Hydroquinone to Fraxel, she'll share her favorite ways to remove pigmented lesions from your skin.

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From freezing the fat away to shaking it off, there’s a slew of non-invasive body contouring devices on the market that promise a fitter physique. But can you really lose excess fat and inches from a sweat-free session? Dr. Jennifer MacGregor, a leading researcher in dermatology, talks about what we can REALLY expect from these non-surgical procedures, and who the best candidates are. She also explains the various non-invasive options for excess fat removal, including: Radio Frequency, Cryo-based devices like CoolSculpting, Low level laser therapy and Ultrasound.

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Close to 80 million men and women suffer from hereditary hair loss. For many years, the only treatment options supported by research were Minoxidil and Propecia. More recent research is showing that Platelet-Rich Plasma (PRP) is also successful at stimulating hair growth. Studies prove that PRP stimulates a faster transition to the anagen phase of hair cycling back from the resting and transitional phases, as well as an increase in the number and thickness of newly formed follicles.

Our guest, Dr. Jennifer Chwalek, researched hair loss at the University of California, San Francisco. Since entering private practice, she has helped thousands of patients of all ages and genders who struggle with hair loss and thinning. She weighs in on some of the treatments available to stimulate follicular hair growth, and debunks some common hair-growth myths.

To hear one woman's experience with PRP and hair growth, don't miss our episode on Dealing with Hair Loss: From Shame to Finding a Solution.

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