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  • How Food Affects Your Skin

When what you eat manifests itself on your skin, in the form of pimples, rashes, or wrinkles, the culprit is almost always sugar – blood sugar, that is.


  • Secrets of the Skincare Industry

Over and over again, I’ve watched women get seduced by the latest “miracle” product, utterly convinced that some new cream or pill will give them the dewy complexion of Scarlett Johansson or the ethereal glow of Cate Blanchett.


  • Stop Wrinkles Before They Start

In Los Angeles, everybody cares about the way they look.  So when I moved back to the West Coast after five years of living in Boston, I felt like a dumpy country mouse. I had gone to med school in the land of duck boots and Carharrt jackets. To say I had a bit of culture shock when I returned to Hollywood is the understatement of the century. And if you’re really looking for a confidence smasher, just try shopping for clothes.


  • Younger Skin in 28 Days  

The Feed Your Face Diet is the culmination of everything we’ve talked about in the previous eight chapters—how to minimize fine lines and wrinkles, boost UV protection, fuel collagen production, heal acne, reduce inflammation, and soothe rashes – organized into a month-long meal plan that takes the fear and stress out of eating for healthier, more beautiful skin.


  • How Much Botox is Too Much?

The very first time I had Botox was in 1996, when I was 28 years old. I let a male colleague inject it into my forehead. Well, that turned out to be a mistake. He jabbed the needle into my face, and there was a loud “crunch” with every injection. The worst part was that I couldn’t raise my eyebrows to put on eye shadow for the next 3 months.