New York City dermatologist Dr. Schweiger answers several questions about SPF for Birchbox.com.
Schweiger Dermatology acne specialist Dr. Shah gives Cosmo Magazine tips on ways to clear pimples while keeping a beautiful complexion
Glamour Magazine beauty writer discusses her success and happiness with Dr. Schweiger’s acne treatment plan
If popular over the counter acne clearing products haven’t worked for you, consider stopping by Clear Clinic to consult with an acne specialist.
Thanks to Dr. Schweiger’s dedicated acne treatment center in Manhattan, there are many different options available for achieving clear skin.
The Mobile Couch team stops by Dr. Schweiger’s acne treatment center to get a first-hand look at quick and efficient acne treatment options
Have you ever woke up in a panic after discovering a facial blemish that spawned overnight? If you’re one of the thousands who have, rest assured. Dr. Schweiger offers same day cortisone injections that result in immediate acne eradication.
NBC’s New York Live visits Dr. Schweiger’s acne treatment center on their journey to find the most relaxing places for the body and soul across New York City.
Curious as to which anti-aging medications are the best? Don’t take a T.V. spokesperson’s word for it, instead read this advice from leading dermatologists.
Do you suffer from acne scarring? Read about Dr. Schweiger’s latest acne treatment procedure called F.A.S.T.
Looking for the latest way to lift and plump the skin on your face and neck? Venus Freeze may be the answer, Dr. Schweiger tells Harper’s Bazaar.
Two things can prevent your arms from being a turn-on: hair and bumpy “chicken skin.” Removing hair is easy—the type on your arms is finer than the kind on your legs and bikini line, so waxing is less painful, says Eric Schweiger.
Lifestyle can play a major role in how old you look, regardless of how old you are.
El Diario features an article on Dr. Schweiger’s acne treatment centers in New York City
n an effort to fit into her fall jeans, ELLE’s online beauty editor investigates the latest slimming procedures. n an effort to fit into her fall jeans, ELLE’s online beauty editor investigates the latest slimming procedures.
Tamar and Vince come to Schweiger Dermatology for a brief acne appointment before her fashion show.
Interested in the 2013 Beauty Trend predictions by Harper’s Bazaar? The idea of “beauty bars” are growing in popularity and Clear Clinic is a shining example of new, innovative walk-in centers focused on specific aesthetic needs.
Are acne scars, age spots, melasma, or undereye circles ruining your dreams of having clear, glowing skin? We turned to the experts for help.
There are many different causes of acne. Dr. Schweiger explains how a hormal biproduct of testosterone can be one of them.
“Duct tape can get rid of warts. Slap on the tape for a week, then remove, soak and gently rub with a nail file. Repeat two or three times.”
-ERIC SCHWEIGER. M.D.
Dr. Schweiger gives solid advice for women in their 40′s and 50′s.
About.com recently interviewed Schweiger Dermatology’s Dr. Sejal Shah on acne and skin of color. Dr. Shah is a board certified dermatologist in Manhattan, NY with a special focus on addressing the unique skin concerns of African American, Asian, Latin and Indian individuals. Click here to read he full article.
Extreme Eyelashes: Are Eyelash Extensions the Answer?
For years, prescription retinoids (face medications like Retin-A, Renova, and Tazorac that contain the vitamin A derivative) have been assumed to be the best antiaging products. Indeed, decades of clinical research show that they speed cell turnover to smooth wrinkles.
NYC Dermatologist and acne expert, Dr. Eric Schweiger talks about the new F.A.S.T. procedure.
Dr. Schweiger discusses the benefit of exfoliating and how it can result in smooth skin.
Can you ask for Retinoids? Dr. Schweiger on New Beauty offers his professional opinion.
New Beauty highlights New York’s first acne treatment center founded by Dr. Schweiger
Deep-moisturize. All that hand washing to avoid germs really sucks the moisture out of your skin, which, if left untreated, can develop eczema, a condition that causes itchy, dry, flaky patches. Moisturize frequently with a cream or lotion thick enough to form a protective layer, says Eric Schweiger, MD, clinical instructor of dermatology at Mount Sinai Medical Center in New York City.
NYC dermatologist Dr. Shah explains the benefits of using oxygen to keep skin clear
Have you stayed true to your New Year’s skin care resolution? If you’re struggling to do so, consider visiting Dr. Schweiger’s acne treatment center in New York City.
The emotional effects from acne can be more damaging than the physical effects. Dr. Schweiger sits down with Fox News to discuss how he approaches physical and emotional acne treatment.
Have you ever considered the harmful effects that could occur from sleeping with makeup on? Dr. Schweiger sets the record straight by addressing common questions regarding sleeping with makeup on and the consequences that could occur.
If you’re one of the pimple-prone types, consider using a face wash with an oxygenated ingredient to clear away acne.
Diet and exercise isn’t enough for some people trying to fight stubborn fat and surgery isn’t always an option.
Ebony editors get a behind-the-scenes look at New York’s leading acne treatment center, Clear Clinic.
Make these moves in your 30s, 40s, 50s and 60s to look your best, no matter the number of candles on the cake.
A new procedure drastically reduces tattoo removal time.
New York City dermatologist, Dr. Schweiger, is featured on FOX Health for his non-surgical nose job treatment. Watch the news story!
The same results that previously took multiple sessions to achieve can now be realized with one, stand alone procedure
A relatively new scar revision option for women who have had a C-section.
Hair Extensions: Beauty Trend or Dangerous Beauty?
Do women with oily skin age better? Dr. Schweiger and DailyBeauty help answer this question.
Can’t determine what’s triggering your breakouts? Check out these sneaky pimple producers.
These popular accessories can lead to temporary or even permanent hair loss.
“Don’t Sweat It – Guide to Men’s Deodorant” by ‘LLERO features Dr. Schweiger to help men find the right deodorant.
Importance of Beauty Sleep
A new study says sleep really can affect our skin…
New York City dermatologist, Dr. Schweiger, analyzes whether some celeberities have had surgical or other enhancements.
New procedure promises to freeze the fat away.
Occasional use of skin bleaching products as directed can be safe but overuse of these products may have dangerous and even unknown consequences.
If you’re going to show this much skin, it’s essential that your body is bump-and-blemish free.
Think Before You Ink. Health concerns over tattoo ink ingredients.
While treating young adults is perfectly safe and often even advisable in preventing wrinkles, there is such a thing as too young.
They say that the harried pace of city life can harden you. But did you know it can prematurely age your skin, too?
Dr. Eric S. Schweiger discusses & answers the following: There is this new treatment for fat removal call Zeltiq, how does it work exactly? What is the downtime for this procedure and what results can be expected? How many treatments are needed to get results? How long after the treatment can I expect to see [...]
Put down the Prozac and get ready to become irresistible to the opposite sex – the newest beauty products on the market claim to boost mood and create instant sex appeal with just the swipe of the brush and rub of the finger.
Importance of Beauty Sleep
The flushed red skin of rosacea affects the famous — former Pres. Bill Clinton, Princess Diana, Rembrandt — as well as the ordinary. In this roundtable, noted dermatologists share their insights on rosacea causes — and why it’s important to get an early diagnosis.
No one has completely perfect skin, but you don’t need a staff of people or celebrity money to win your battle over blemishes, push back the signs of aging, and feel absolutely gorgeous. Here’s how to put your best face (and shoulders and neck) forward…
Our facial skin is one of the first things people notice about us, yet—when our lives get super busy—it’s also one of the first things we neglect. Sure, makeup can cover up imperfections, but having a genuinely pretty, natural glow really isn’t as difficult to achieve as you’d think…
On Tuesday, October 7, Manhattan Dermatologist Dr. Eric Schweiger, Clinical Instructor of Dermatology at the Mount Sinai Medical Center New York, was the distinguished guest of Diaspora FM and Hellas News. Dr. Schweiger’s topic of discussion focused on the skin, the largest organ of the body.
This ageless star seems to be defying time!
Dr. Schweiger reveals the hard truth that not all celebs have special anti-aging genes. Instead they must use other ways to achieve a youthful image as they age.
Always photo-ready, Kim Kardashian seems to never step out of the house without her dark, shiny locks in place and a set of mink-like lashes. But on Keeping Up with the Kardashians on Sunday night, we got an inside look at one of the E! star’s unexpected beauty issues.
Fantastic Fixes for Every Face: Banish insecurity from old, irksome beauty issues with these innovative treatments.
Real Beauty, which calls itself “the world’s premier source for everything that goes into making yourself beautiful – on the inside and out”, has information to help you decide what’s right for you – whatever your age, ethnicity, style or budget. Dr. Schweiger offers answers to readers questions. Read More.
A number of companies sell handheld, low-intensity lasers for home use that are intended to stimulate hair follicles, typically three times a week for 10 to 15 minutes. Eric S. Schweiger, a clinical instructor of dermatology at Mount Sinai Medical Center in New York, says the LaserComb helps grow hair, but adds that effects are often modest, typically take at least six months and aren’t seen in all patients.
If you plan on fighting your acne breakout, make sure you have the right weapons and know how to use them.
Female pattern baldness is much less predictable than male pattern hair loss, and recent research has shown the genetics and mechanisms to be different.
If you are experiencing sudden hair loss, thinning or shedding, consider whether any medication you are taking could be causing this.