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Dr. Hirsch in the Media
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Dr. Hirsch in the Media
Violet Grey
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Dr. Hirsch in the Media
Harper's Bazaar
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Dr. Hirsch in the Media
Fast Company
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Dr. Hirsch in the Media
Wall Street Journal
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“There's nothing smarter than vitamin A, whether in drug form or in over-the-counter retinol, for any women who wants to reduce fine lines and even out her skin tone. They supplement what the skin needs when its' cell-turnover and collagen-making process slows down.”
“Coconut milk is very effective for hydrating dull, dry hair. ”
“So many people do aggressive things like peels, resurfacing and lasers, but if you're not wearing sunscreen, you're not doing much.”
“One gentle way to remove dead skin on your legs is by shaving. It not only removes hair, but by exfoliating in the process, it allows lotions to penetrate better.”
“Things that make you happy, healthy and longer-lived also make you have great skin. That includes healthy choices, happy living and diet.”
Marie Claire
“The biggest reason for puffiness around the eyes is allergies. When you hear on the news that pollen counts are up, take an over-the-counter antihistamine for two or three weeks and you'll prevent most swelling. [For additional soothing] de-puff with an eye roller. Keep it in the fridge, because the cooling effect really goes a long way.”
“With so much focus on how to rejuvenate their faces, women frequently look 40 above the jawline and 60 below it...Whatever you put on your face, put it on your neck, chest and hands, too.”
Cooking Light
“When used over time, antiaging products remain among the most cost effective gifts you can give your skin, period.”
Huffington Post
“Cleanser stays on your face for about six seconds -- no anti-aging ingredient can affect your skin in six seconds.”
“An easy thing that we always tell people who are experiencing bacne is to switch out your normal in-shower soap for an antibacterial cleanser — it will work wonders.”
“As a rule, I tell patients to simply use their anti-aging facial regimen on their hands. So, use a sunblock with UVA and UVB protection and if desired, a good antioxidant.”
“Ceramides are really good at synthetically restoring what's naturally missing: that glue. They help to function as a seal to keep moisture in deeper layers of the skin and [address] dryness.”
Women's Health
“I'm very careful with sun protection and always choose products aimed at dry and sensitive skin. Plus I'm on a forever quest to find rich skin creams that hydrate but don't irritate.”

Board certified dermatologist Dr. Ranella Hirsch is a frequently quoted expert in the fields of cosmetic and laser dermatology. She often lectures to physicians in the fields of laser surgery and cosmetic dermatology, and is currently involved in a number of clinical studies of laser technologies and skin care.

With new cosmetic developments occurring at such a fast pace, Dr. Hirsch urges all patients to make certain that they work with an experienced, board-certified dermatologist to ensure proper safety with treatment. Never be afraid to ask your physician about their training and qualifications, or what their experience is with a particular procedure or device. Since any type of procedure can carry potential side effects, it is crucial to entrust your face and body only to qualified, experienced hands. Click here to learn more.

Aesthetic Rejuvenation - A Regional Approach

Dr. Hirsch’s latest McGraw- Hill textbook, Aesthetic Rejuvenation: A Regional Approach, a practical, in-depth guide covering the most up-to-date anti-aging techniques and technologies, is now available.