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Storefront shop to the inner sanctum of a dermatologist – Architectural Record

Beauty may be skin-deep, but David Jameson’s design for the offices of a dermatologist and a plastic surgeon reaches beneath the surface, peeling back layers of intrigue. Inspired by the structure of a tree’with its rough bark on the outside and smoother rings closer to the core’ the Washington, D.C.’based architect organized the 3,770-square-foot facility […]

The Exact Temp To Set Your Curler For VS Angel Hair – Elle

We love the glitter bomb that is a Victoria’s Secret fashion show, in all its Swarovski-crystal-encrusted, pink-satin-wrapped glory—that is to say, in its pure fantasy. But at the most recent catwalk spectacle, something else bouncing down the runway got our attention: the hair. It seemed subtly new—lightly tousled, a little undone, and so refreshing after […]

10 Ways to Look Better in the Morning – InStyle

You may not want to smother a zit with makeup, but hydrocortisone? “Go for it!” says Dr. Sherber. Before bed, slather on the anti-inflammatory cream, then seal it in with a waterproof bandage. “This intensifies the potency, so the next morning the pimple will be smaller and less red. It’s nearly as effective as getting […]

Do These New Beauty Products Really Work? – InStyle

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Pepto-Bismol Face Masks And Other DIY Beauty Hacks Explained – Elle

Manuka honey contains clinically proven antibacterial agents (among them an enzyme that releases hydrogen peroxide), and wound-care centers use medical-grade versions. Dermatologist Ellen Marmur, MD, recommends it as a targeted approach for perioral acne because it moisturizes and exfoliates instead of exacerbating flakiness; dermatologist Noëlle Sherber, MD, suggests it for stubborn, workout-related acne, the kind […]

Washington’s secret to staying relevant: a little Botox here – The Washington Post

Summertime, and the living is easy: backyard barbecues, beach books, plastic surgery. It’s the worst-kept secret in Washington. Plenty of those glowing faces returning from vacation are the result of a doctor, not a few days off. Summer, especially in an election year, is prime time for nips, tucks and other cosmetic fine tuning. Read […]

Dermatologist Noëlle Sherber On Cosmetic Allergies – Elle

It’s the worst kind of surprise: Out of nowhere, your skin flares up with itchiness, redness, or bumps. The irritation sends you on a crazy detective hunt to track down what caused the allergy attack—was it your face wash, moisturizer, foundation, blush, or night cream? The trigger is tricky to determine, yet skin allergies to […]

After Burn

As you emerge from winter, skin is particularly susceptible to sunburn. Eve Conant reports on ways to control the damage. CLICK TO READ THE FULL STORY The idea that ‘once you’re burned the damage is done’ is wrong. You really can do damage control. Noëlle S. Sherber, M.D., F.A.A.D. Share f t p g *Shop […]

Is Your Skin Stressing You Out? – marie claire

For those whose skin reacts with greasiness and breakouts, the key is exfoliating to unclog pores that can harbor bacteria. “Instead of a gritty scrub exfoliant, which can cause further redness, use a product with lactic acid, which hydrates as it removes dead skin cells,” says Baltimore dermatologist Dr. Noëlle Sherber. “Then follow with an […]

Does Having a Darker Skin Tone Lower Your Cancer Risk? – Self

“Bob Marley died at age 36 from a melanoma that started under a toenail and spread to his brain,” says Maryland dermatologist, Dr. Noelle S. Sherber. “Lesions in these areas tend to grow horizontally and spread out on the skin’s surface, so early detection is key.” Non-melanoma skin cancers are also on the rise. The […]