Recent Online Coverage
Bustle.com, July 25, 2017Dr. Kauvar weighs in with bustle.com on "9 Signs Your Skin is Aging Prematurely." "The number one factor responsible for premature aging is sun exposure," says dermatologist Arielle N.B. Kauvar, MD Director, New York Laser & Skin Care. "As skin ages, it no longer exfoliates (sheds the dead cell layer) efficiently. As a result, dead cells build up the skin surface and decrease luminosity and glow, it's like having a thin callus on the skin surface." "Many age-related changes take place in the bony structure of the face," says Dr. Kauvar. This can look like loss of volume around the face, including widening of the eye socket, shrinkage of the jaw bone, and loss and descent of fat compartments.
Prevention.com, July 18, 2017
Good news...chocolate is good for your skin!
Seventeen.com, July 17, 2017
Seventeen.com asked Dr. Kauvar about the proper way to cleanse your face:
BRIT + CO, July 14, 2017
The emollient properties and ability to act as a barrier gives skin that smooth feel. "Lanolin has very deep skin penetration," Arielle N.B. Kauvar, MD Director, New York Laser & Skin Care explains. "It goes through the outer, dead cell layer into the upper skin cell layers, where it prevents moisture from escaping."
TheList.com, June 27, 2017
Green tea oil has been found to be helpful for clearing up acne. You could buy an over-the-counter acne product that already has the extract in it. "Green tea extract lotion has been shown to reduce acne," says Arielle N.B. Kauvar, MD Director, New York Laser & Skin Care.
BagSnob.com, February 25, 2017
Winter weather can wreak havoc on skin for a number of reasons. “Skin loses water and becomes dry due to low humidity levels in the cold air and from dry heaters indoors,” says Arielle N.B. Kauvar, MD Director, New York Laser & Skin Care. “Wind strips the skin of its lipids (oils) and damages the surface barrier that protects us from the environment.” She adds that, on top of that, many of the hot drinks we have to warm up are diuretics (coffee, tea, hot chocolate) and cause water loss from our bodies.
And those long showers and baths? “They’re tempting but they too cause the skin to dehydrate. To make matters worse, cold temperatures lowers our immune defenses and reduces blood circulation to our skin, especially hands, feet, and exposed areas. And don’t forget the exposure to smoke from the cozy fire place and sun exposure, particularly at high altitudes. Some people get their worst sun burns skiing in the winter.”
Recent Print Coverage
Men's Health, June 2017
Dr. Kauvar’s Tip for Men in their 40's
Allure, June 2017
Dr. Kauvar talks about how your hormones affect the appearance of your skin.
Glamour, May 2016
Dr. Kauvar gives sun protection advice in the latest issue of Glamour Magazine. Click here to read full article.
Elle, January 2016
Dr. Kauvar gives ELLE Magazine readers tips on how to heal and prevent acne eruptions. Click here to read full article.
Redbook, November 2015
Anti-age your gorgeous eyes. Click here to read full article.
Recent Video Coverage
June 16, 2015
Arielle Kauvar, MD and Jeffrey Dover, MD discuss how the use of ablative technologies has shifted since the rise of non-ablative technologies. In addition to sharing their own experiences with ablative resurfacing procedures, they also discuss specific scenarios in which the technology can be most beneficial.