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Good Morning America Health: More Sleep Equals Better Looks
Importance of Beauty Sleep A new study says sleep really can affect our skin...Read More >

NYC Dermatologist Dr. Schweiger introduces a new, innovative laser technique for the treatment of acne scars to viewers of FOX News. By treating only the area affected by acne scars, Dr. Schweiger is seeing the same benefits with greatly reduced side effects and downtime. Read More >

September 2011
Manhattan Dermatologist Dr. Schweiger gives advice on how to combat common skin ailments in Ladies Home Journal magazine Are acne scars, age spots, melasma, or undereye circles ruining your dreams of having clear, glowing skin? We turned to the experts for help. Read More >

New York City Dermatologist Dr. Schweiger demonstrates a new, faster tattoo removal treatment to ABC News Channel 7. The same results that previously took multiple sessions to achieve can now be realized with one, stand alone procedure. Read More >

NYC Cosmetic Dermatologist Dr. Schweiger performs a non-invasive, fat reducing ZELTIQ treatment for a WABC Channel 7 Eyewitness News report Diet and exercise isn’t enough for some people trying to fight stubborn fat and surgery isn’t always an option. Read More >

November 21, 2011
New York City Dermatologist Dr. Schweiger offers his opinion on how Sandra Bullock still looks so young in her 40’s to In Touch magazine This ageless star seems to be defying time! Read More >

New York Dermatologist Dr. Schweiger appears on Good Morning America and comments on the dangers of hair extensions. Hair Extensions: Beauty Trend or Dangerous Beauty? Read More >

January 2012
NYC Dermatologist Dr. Schweiger gives tips on the best ways look younger at various ages to the readers of Good Housekeeping magazine Make these moves in your 30s, 40s, 50s and 60s to look your best, no matter the number of candles on the cake. Read More >

October 2011
New York City Dermatologist Dr. Schweiger gives his advice on sunscreen use to Glamour magazine Lifestyle can play a major role in how old you look, regardless of how old you are. Read More >

NYC Dermatologist Dr. Schweiger comments and offers advice on the Kim Kardashian psoriasis diagnosis to US Weekly 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. Read More >

Manhattan Dermatologist Dr. Schweiger sits down with FOX News to discuss the latest FDA approved alternative to liposuction. A new, non-surgical procedure designed to help shed difficult, unwanted fat. Read More >

NYC Dermatologist Dr. Schweiger discusses hair loss as a result of the use of hair extensions on the PIX Morning News These popular accessories can lead to temporary or even permanent hair loss. Read More >

New York Dermatologist Dr. Schweiger comments on medicinal eyelash enhancement on ABC’s Good Morning America. Extreme Eyelashes: Are Eyelash Extensions the Answer? Read More >

June 2011
NYC Dermatologist Dr. Schweiger offers professional treatment options for common skin issues to the readers of In Style Magazine Fantastic Fixes for Every Face: Banish insecurity from old, irksome beauty issues with these innovative treatments. Read More >

New York City Dermatologist Dr. Schweiger demonstrates how the Fraxel laser can help reduce C-section scars on ABC News Now. A relatively new scar revision option for women who have had a C-section. Read More >

NYC Dermatologist Dr. Schweiger and CoolSculpting are spotlighted in this feature appearing on In an effort to fit into her fall jeans, ELLE’s online beauty editor investigates the latest slimming procedures. Read More >

New York Dermatologist Dr. Schweiger comments on the potential hazards of tattoo ink to the New York Post online Think Before You Ink. Health concerns over tattoo ink ingredients. Read More >

November, 2010
Manhattan Dermatologist Dr. Schweiger discuss how to reduce scars in Women’s Health Magazine Dr. Schweiger recommends using a topical gel containing silicon to reduce discoloration and help smooth the texture in scars. Read More >

NYC Dermatologist Dr. Schweiger discusses surprising causes of acne and some remedies with Can’t determine what’s triggering your breakouts? Check out these sneaky pimple producers. Read More >

New York City Dermatologist Dr. Schweiger appears on Better TV for a segment on CoolSculpting by ZELTIQ . The exciting new procedure for stubborn areas of fat is both performed and explained in this informative clip. Read More >

NYC Dermatologist Dr. Schweiger tells Dr. Manny’s readers about CoolSculpting by ZELTIQ New procedure promises to freeze the fat away. Read More >

NYC Cosmetic Dermatologist Dr. Schweiger appears on The Steve Wilkos Show and warns of the potential dangers of skin bleaching Occasional use of skin bleaching products as directed can be safe but overuse of these products may have dangerous and even unknown consequences. Read More >

Manhattan Dermatologist Dr. Schweiger tells US Weekly online the best ways to prepare your skin for this summer’s hottest fashion trend If you're going to show this much skin, it's essential that your body is bump-and-blemish free. Read More >

NYC Dermatologist Dr. Schweiger points out some potential problems in treating children with Botox While treating young adults is perfectly safe and often even advisable in preventing wrinkles, there is such a thing as too young. Read More >

NY Dermatologist Dr. Schweiger describes the effects of urban life on the skin
They say that the harried pace of city life can harden you. But did you know it can prematurely age your skin, too? Read More >

NYC Dermatologist Dr. Schweiger Is interviewed about the latest alternatives to traditional liposuction
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New York City Dermatologist Dr. Schweiger comments on “mood enhancing” cosmetics and whether these claims are likely real or imagined
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.Read More >

NYC Cosmetic Dermatologist Dr. Schweiger contributes to an expert panel on Rosacea
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. Read More >

New York Cosmetic Dermatologist Dr. Schweiger advises readers on various easy to follow tips to get and maintain flawless skin on Yahoo! Shine
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...Read More >

NYC Dermatologist Dr. Schweiger Discusses the Benefits and Potential Side Effects of Eyelash Treatment Latisse
It seems too good to be true: small, skimpy lashes grow into thick, lush fringe in a matter of weeks. That's the promise of Latisse, an FDA-approved prescription treatment that helps the eyelashes grow thicker, longer and darker in as little as 12 to 16 weeks. Read More >

Manhattan Dermatologist Dr. Eric Schweiger Explains How to Use Duct Tape for Warts in Glamour Magazine
March, 2007 Download PDF
"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." — NYC DERMATOLOGIST ERIC SCHWEIGER. M.D. Read More >

NYC Cosmetic Dermatologist Dr. Schweiger was recently asked to help better understand the pros and cons of using retinoid products in Marie Claire Magazine.
November, 2009
Anti-Aging Retinoids: Pros and Cons 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. Read More >

Yahoo! Shine: Your Most Gorgeous Skin Ever in just 10 Minutes a Day
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...Read More >

NYC Cosmetic Dermatologist Dr. Schweiger Gives Tips for Silky Smooth Skin in Cosmopolitan Magazine
June, 2009 Download PDF
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, NYC dermatologist and clinical instructor at the Mount Sinai Department of Dermatology. Read More >

Moisturizing Tips from New York City Dermatologist Dr. Schweiger in Woman’s Day Magazine
July 7, 2009 Download PDF
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. Read More >

New York Dermatologist Cosmetic Dermatologist Dr. Schweiger Talks about Skin Cancers on Greek
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Radio Station 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. Read More >

Manhattan Dermatologist Dr. Schweiger on Web MD: How Safe and Effective Are Sunscreens
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New Study Reviewed by NY Cosmetic Dermatologist; Dr. Eric Schweiger Read what Dr. Schweiger had to say about the study. Read More >

Bothered by Acne Scars Modern Laser Therapies are Greatly Improving People's Skin By NYC Dermatologist Eric S. Schweiger, M.D.The Causes of Acne Acne is a common condition that affects almost everyone at some point in life. Acne also affects over 20 percent of all adults. Everyone knows what acne looks like and people who suffer with acne sometimes lead a life of low self-esteem. Poorly controlled acne can lead to both physical and emotional scars. Read More >

New York Dermatologist Dr. Schweiger named resident Expert for Q&A on Real
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. Read More >

Wall Street Journal Interviews New York City Dermatologist Eric Schweiger MD about the Benefits of the Lasercomb
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. Read More >

New York City Dermatologist Dr. Schweiger looks at the science of male pattern baldness in this article on
The predictable pattern of men's hair loss depends on your genetic predisposition to a pattern of events that can affect your hair follicles as you age. Read More >

New York Dermatologist Dr. Schweiger on the role that genetics play in female pattern baldness to the readers of
Female pattern baldness is much less predictable than male pattern hair loss, and recent research has shown the genetics and mechanisms to be different. Read More >

Manhattan Dermatologist Dr. Schweiger discusses 5 common medications that can cause hair loss with
If you are experiencing sudden hair loss, thinning or shedding, consider whether any medication you are taking could be causing this. Read More >

NYC Dermatologist Dr. Schweiger explains how scalp cooling can curb hair loss caused by chemotherapy to
If you’re terrified of losing your hair from chemotherapy treatment, ask whether scalp-cooling therapy can save your hair. Read More >

Genetic Testing to Predict Hair Loss Genetic testing for baldness genes offers hope to prevent hair loss.
Has science really gotten to the point where it can accurately predict future hair loss in order to provide a definitive answer to the question of whether you will lose your hair? Well, yes and no ... Read More >

When You Lose Your Hair, Protect Your Scalp
By virtue of the fact that it covers the scalp, hair provides protection from the sun’s harmful rays. “But if you notice your hair thinning or you have baldness of any kind for any reason, it’s important to protect your scalp from sun damage, precancer and skin cancer,” says Dr. Eric Schweiger, M.D., a board-certified dermatologist and hair transplant surgeon at Bernstein Medical -- Center for Hair Restoration in New York City. Read More >

Coping with Chemo-Induced Hair LossExpect changes like “chemo curl.” Eric Schweiger, MD, explains that chemo shocks rapidly dividing cells like hair follicles in the scalp, causing the hair loss. “When the follicles grow again, the shock sometimes changes how they grow, temporarily resulting in a different hair texture and color, which eventually normalizes,” explains Schweiger. Adds Ping: “My hair looked like Napoleon Dynamite when it first grew back.” Read More >

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