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The best skincare tips from world leading dermatologists

I for one would love to know all the top tips and advice celebrity dermatologists have to offer. You don’t have to be a celeb or mega rich to glean their knowledge, in fact we’ve done the hard work for you. Check out these top tips from the best of the best, incorporate them into your skincare routine and you’ll feel the benefits in no time.

Ava Shamban, MD

Shamban is based out of Santa Monica and has an enviable list of celebrity clients, not surprising with her living so close to Hollywood. Shamban recommends rubbing a washcloth soaked in cold water all over your face to help clean out your pores, and stimulate the blood flow to help make skin look radiant and fresh.

David Colbert, MD

Any celeb with a big event coming up is likely to call on David Colbert to make sure their skin is in tip top condition, but don’t worry, he is happy to share his expertise with us too! Colbert recommends a diet with very little unprocessed foods, which will help your skin stay beautiful and glowing with health from the inside out. Colbert also advises against heavy use of fillers and other injectables but instead recommends that a healthy diet is the best tool for keeping your skin looking its best.

Patricia Wexler, MD

No one can deny that Cindy Crawford is beautiful, and her skin is to die for! Wexler is Cindy’s doctor and has some great advice to share including using depuffing cream with caffeine to fight undereye bags. Notice how celebs always look great no matter what they did the night before? Well I think we might have uncovered the secret! Try this tip for yourself and you’ll be ready for the Christmas party season in no time!

Fredric Brandt, MD

Doctor to Madonna, Brandt’s advice to clients to prevent sagging skin is to wear a broad spectrum sunscreen each and every day. You should be aiming for an SPF of at least 30 and use it generously every day. Don’t know about you but I don’t want saggy skin – pass me the Factor 30 now!

Howard Murad, MD

Kim Cattrall of Sex in the City fame is one of Murad’s clients and don’t you think she always looks great? – a sure sign he knows what he is talking about! His advice is actually pretty basic which is great for us because it means we can try it at home! He advises clients to keep their skin hydrated by eating fruits and vegetables with a high water content. Try the likes of celery, cucumbers, mangoes and apricots as they are full of important nutrients, but also help keep your skin healthy, says Murad.

Harold Lancer, MD

With Jennifer Lopez and Kim Kardashian among his clients, we want to know what this man has to say! So here it is, he recommends you should stay away from toners and benzoyl peroxide as these items can really dry out your skin, which strips it of the oils it needs to keep bacteria from getting in your pores and causing blemishes. As an alternative, he suggests using an oil absorbing product to help prevent spots and pimples and keep your skin looking beautiful and healthy.

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