DermTV – Cosmetic Lasers [DermTV.com Epi #58]

Cosmetic lasers are an important part of dermatologists’ tool chests for facial rejuvenation, but do you know what they look like? Dr. Schultz will provide a tour of some of his cosmetic lasers from his office. www.dermtv.com Like Us On Facebook facebook.com Follow On Twitter: twitter.com [ABOUT DERMTV] Everyone can have beautiful, healthy, and younger looking skin, and DermTV, the Internet’s daily skincare video show, will demonstrate how by revealing expert tips and techniques and by providing real solutions for real skincare issues. Skincare (whether cosmetic or medical) previously required a trip to your dermatologist or a shopping spree at the pharmacy. And that’s if you have a trusted nearby dermatologist or a local informed pharmacy. But not anymore. We at DermTV are committed to making best-in-class dermatology and skincare guidance accessible to everyone, anytime, at your computer. Every weekday, our host, Dr. Neal Schultz, one of New York’s most trusted and respected dermatologists (see bio below), teaches skincare’s most timely and timeless issues. Topics include: the best at home techniques and new technology for facial rejuvenation, preventing and fixing sun damage from wrinkles to skin cancer, breaking news in dermatology, general skincare topics, and more.
Video Rating: 5 / 5

DermTV - Waxing Infections [DermTV.com Epi #206]

If you’ve heard about waxing, you’ve also probably heard about waxing infections. Although, you may be surprised who is to blame. In this DermTV episode, Dr. Schultz explains. www.DermTV.com Become a fan on Facebook www.facebook.com
Video Rating: 4 / 5

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32 Responses to “DermTV – Cosmetic Lasers [DermTV.com Epi #58]”

  1. What is the youngest age you can get hair removal in your upper lip?

  2. Is laser hair removal permanent or do I have to keep on going to the doctor every time my hair grows back?

  3. Hello Doctor, I have spider veins in legs and get breakouts after waxing/epilating on legs. I want to go for permanent laser hair removal for legs, bikini and underarms. Will you be able to elaborate on the disadvantages or side effects of this treatment and if some precautions need to be taken? I have a fair complexion and dark hair. Also, if you can recommend someone of repute in New Delhi, India, it’d be wonderful! Your videos are very educating. Thank You. Priyam

  4. Awesome Glasses

  5. nibargerswife51482 Reply January 17, 2013 at 5:42 pm

    Just had a question, I read that its not recommended that people with Epilepsy to get laser hair removals, was just wondering why?

  6. hi is that for each session or for complete hair removal?

  7. What are your thoughts on the Mixto laser for resurfacing of shallow acne scars and overall texture? 

  8. The cost of laser hair removal treatments depends upon how large of an area on your body needs to be treated. Each treatment can range between $100 (for your upper lips) and $1,000 (for full legs). One usually needs between three and six treatments.

  9. nibargerswife51482 Reply January 17, 2013 at 7:35 pm

    how much does it cost to have unwanted hair removed?

  10. @Nienkx: You only lose pigment in your skin from hair laser removal if the treatment is not done properly. Properly done hair removal by laser does not leave any pigment loss or scars.

  11. I’ve heard that from that hair removal laser, you can lose all the pigment in your legs.

  12. get lost davina!! every video has her stupid advert on it….damn right i skip that shit after 5 seconds

  13. Are you tired Here we go naughty woman mworld5.info

  14. thanks doc!!!! 

  15. I love his videos he is so mild mannered and explains things so well.

  16. Thank you for replying. I will watch the vid. Another subbie msgd me wid this: There was a major story that broke this weekend about how retinyl palmitate — a common ingredient is sunscreen — is a carcinogen. Dr. Schultz, can you please weigh in on this?

  17. Thank you for replying.

  18. Thanks!! :D that was really helpful information (:

  19. Thank you, Dr. Schultz! That’s a nice tip. I work in a salon and noticed that the girls often “double dip”. This had concerned me, but not any longer.

  20. I love your videos! I learn something new with each one I watch. Thank you for making them!

  21. CalicoCatMissPeachs Reply January 18, 2013 at 12:51 am

    Thank you Doctor. You have a nice way about you, that make you a great doctor and a great teacher as well. Any information (pro’s and con’s) regarding refrazel lazer and fillers such as rejuvanate would be welcomed. Thanks again for the service you provide us.

  22. he has a video where he talks about it looks on his site and ull find it…oh btw its not true he tells u its not true its just a study and it was false.

  23. There was a major story that broke this weekend about how retinyl palmitate — a common ingredient is sunscreen — is a carcinogen. Dr. Schultz, can you please weigh in on this?

  24. Hiya thanks again for your informatiove tutorials! I have a very important question to ask. I’ve recently heard that SUNBLOCK actually cause different types of cancer as they contain some very strong chemicals…. Is that true? I would love to hear your point of view. I usually use an SPF 30 even during the winter in the UK as my skin very sensitive so this whole new claim is scaring me :-(

  25. hey thats cool I had no idea that germs could not live in the wax.

  26. i see said the blind man!- this is very interesting– did not know germs could not live in the wax- shelly

  27. thank you

  28. I’d doubt it. But I think any infection has the possibility of spreading, and anytime we traumatize our skin, we open ourselves up to infection.. I would think you would really have to neglect it for it to spread to your whole body. My feeling is the less you expose yourself to possible infection, the better. I’ll stick with good old shaving. But if I nick myself, that, too, could lead to an infection. I guess you just can’t win!

  29. How do you know it’s an infection? And how dangerous is getting an infection from waxing? I doubt you’d get sepsis or anything, right?

  30. thanks doc…nice explanations and demonstrations and interesting videos here in the world of beauty:)

  31. Always interesting ! Great job, doc !

  32. I love your concise explanations and demonstrations. Thank you so much.