I am an only child born in the best city in the world, New York City, which is still my favorite city in the world. We moved to the suburbs in Westchester when I was about 10, and that is where I spent my middle school and high school years.
Everyone is different, and therefore, each individual’s morning and evening skincare routines should be unique, depending on skin type, complexion, and a variety of other factors (like the climate in which they live). Dermatologists and plastic surgeons are no different.
Dr. Nichols, a dermatologist in Greenwich, Connecticut,
and spokesperson for The Skin Cancer Foundation,
has a routine to keep herself and her three kids sun safe.
On May 25, George Floyd was killed in police custody in Minneapolis, Minnesota, and since then, protests have broken out across the country demanding an end to systematic racism and police brutality.
Protecting your skin from the sun is important year-round, but with May being Skin Cancer Awareness Month, we want to take this opportunity to tell you why. We’ve brought in our friend and board-certified dermatologist, Dr. Kim Nichols, to answer some important questions.
In the past few weeks, I’ve begun to view my skincare routine — once a mundane necessity — as an orderly respite from the ever-shifting state of the outside world. I’ve maintained my pre-pandemic regimen to a T — including the part where I finish with SPF.
View the Gallery from the opening to the new SkinLab in Harbor Point!
Money can’t buy happiness, but it can make younger-looking skin a whole lot easier to achieve. J.Lo and Jennifer Aniston are both rumored to have their own Ultherapy machines…
Do you suffer from chapped lips, dry skin, or rashes? Hear what product these women swear by for help. Then, dermatologist Dr. Kim Nichols explains how to protect and heal your flaky lips as the weather changes.