We cannot stop the aging of skin, but there are ways of retarding the process. There are a host of skin care products marketed in various ways as preventive as well as curative measures to arrest various skin conditions and also enhance its tone and suppleness. There is a confusing array of external cleansing, nourishing, moisturizing and protecting agents available off the shelves.
Famous celebrities give the utmost importance to Skin Care and Dermatology. Celebrity faces make the cover and front pages of the world's best glossies, print, and television such as NewYork Magazine,GQ, Newsweek, Elle, Vogue, Allure, InStyle, W, Harpers Bazaar, Glamour, Self, Lucky, Shape,the Los Angeles Times,Town & Country, C Magazine, More Magazine, The New York Times,L.A. Confidential, Harper's Bazaar, Elle, InStyle, O Magazine, Cosmopolitan, Mademoiselle, Lucky, Redbook, Shape, Seventeen, YM, Health, Parents, McCall's, Women's Day, More Magazine, Cosmo Girl, Fitness, Ladies Home Journal, Prevention, The New York Times Magazine, The New York Post, The New York Daily News,Newsday CNN, The Oprah Winfrey Show, Good Morning America, The Today Show, The View, MSNBC, CNBC, Fox News, KTLA Live, ExtraPrimetime Live, 20/20, Dateline NBC, CBS News, News 4 New York, NBC "Weekend Today in New York," Fox News, Eyewitness, Lifetime, Oxygen, The Discovery Channel, and BBC. Their bodies grace the hotspots in print publishing across the world. Their lives occupy most of the pages in any popular magazine. These magazines provide consumers expert information and a board certified dermatologist point of view on cosmetic procedures, skin care,dermatology and sun protection.