Today’s tech-obsessed population is always looking down at devices, creating lines and wrinkles in the neck. Kim Nichols, MD describes the problem of Tech Neck and the regimen she uses to treat it.
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While they may not be brand-new, the creative ways doctors are using these tried-and-true aesthetic solutions continues to grow.
Navigating a successful professional career is always challenging — regardless of your background or personal life. But when you’re also a mother, finding that delicate balance between work and parenthood can be a staggering feat.
Of course, you need sunscreen: But skin cancer prevention requires so much more. Here’s expert advice on keeping your skin safe.
“While motherhood is good for our soul, it can sometimes be hard on our bodies,” says Dr. Kim Nichols. And she should know. Not only is Dr. Nichols a board-certified dermatologist with a thriving practice – NicholsMD of Greenwich—she’s also a wife and mother raising three active kids.
SkinCeuticals has been at the forefront of skin care innovation, driving research and development in skin care ingredients and topical formulations. While our passion for skin care is one driver in our success, collaboration with aesthetic physicians has been an integral part of our advancement and a bedrock of our success.
Kim Nichols, MD, is a Greenwich, CT-based dermatologist our beauty editors have on speed dial. When she’s not versing us in ingredients, she’s schooling us on the right way to use them, which is why we called her to help us start the New Year off right. This four-week program is designed to reset, recharge, and revitalize your complexion, so that it’s strong and ready to face whatever 2019 has in store.
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