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Coveteur: The Unexpected Side Effect Technology Has On Your Skin
February 8, 2019

Celebrity dermatologist Dr. Murad is pioneering the whole-body approach to anti-aging and skin health.

We know doctors are good at identifying a problem most of the time, and are even better at prescribing some sort of cure—again, most of the time. Typically that cure is by way of a product or medication, or, in the case of dermatologists, a genius multi-step regimen that promises a glowing complexion. But it wasn’t until we spoke to one of the foremost celebrity derms, Dr. Howard Murad M.D., F.A.A.D., (yes, of the Murad skin-care line), did we realize that the real secretto healthy skin wasn’t only achievable through product concoctions, but actually came from good lifestyle choices. GASP! OK, so it’s actually not that new, and we’ve been learning more and more about how wellness and mindfulness is good for the body and not only the brain, but isn’t it refreshing when your doctor is all for it, too? Herein, we talk to Dr. Murad about why technology can be detrimental to your skin, the antioxidant fruit he has to have every day, and why he encourages his patients to eat their water (yes, that wasn’t a typo).

Why technology may be the worst thing for your skin:

Read full article here: coveteur.com

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