What Women Doctors Know About Skincare (That You Should, Too)
What she might try later: "Injectable fillers—when I need them. My patients love Restylane, which lasts six or seven months, and there's never a problem with bumps or lumps. It's better than collagen because there's less risk of an allergic reaction."
What she'll never do: "A facelift. It's just too invasive, and I don't want to look fake or not like myself."
Never, ever? "Ask me again when I'm 60."
What else she'd never do: "Anything that hasn't been around at least five years. Always ask your dermatologist how long a procedure has been performed."
The most overhyped products: "Any that claim they can penetrate the muscles and have an effect comparable to Botox. That's just ridiculous."
The most overhyped procedure: "Thermage. The studies haven't been compelling enough for me yet. I'm not convinced."