Nobody understands your special skin care needs better than Dr. Michelle Copeland, preeminent plastic surgeon, biochemist, and author of Change Your Looks, Change Your Life. She has dedicated her entire distinguished career to helping women and men look younger, feel healthier, and live better. Now Dr. Copeland has applied her extensive knowledge of biochemistry to create effective skin care solutions for you, each personally developed from the hundreds of formulas she’s evaluated over the years. Here are some of the ways Dr. Copeland’s products can help you...
DR. COPELAND'S CLEANSING AND EXFOLIATION
Daily Normalizing Toner
Skin Hydrating Mist
AHA Face Cream
DR. COPELAND'S HYDRATING AND ANTI-AGEING
Daily Moisturizer with SPF-20
Revitalizing Formula VC & VE
Rewind Eye Formula
Rewind Age-Defying Cream
Reparative Night Serum
DR. COPELAND'S SCARS AND DISCOLORATIONS
Dr. Michelle Copeland is a cosmetic, plastic and reconstructive surgeon, internationally recognized for her pioneering techniques in facial rejuvenation and author of the book, Change Your Looks, Change Your Life [Harper Collins, 2003]. She is the first woman plastic surgeon in the United States to have combined doctorate degrees from Harvard. She is a member of the teaching faculty at a major medical center and has a successful New York plastic surgery practice. Dr. Copeland is dedicated to using her training and experience as a biochemist and physician to provide skin care solutions that help us look younger, feel healthier and live better.
Dr. Michelle Copeland is certified by the American Board of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery. She is a fellow of the American College of Surgeons and a member of the American Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery, the American Society of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery, the American College of Maxillofacial Surgeons and other professional societies. Dr. Copeland is an Assistant Clinical Professor of Surgery at the Mount Sinai School of Medicine. She is an attending surgeon at the Mount Sinai Medical Center and Manhattan Eye, Ear and Throat Hospital.
As a member of the Medical Health Advisory Board for the Society for the Advancement of Women's Health Research, Dr. Copeland advises Congress on health issues affecting women. She was recently profiled in Avenue Magazine's "Women in the Sciences." Dr. Copeland has authored numerous scientific publications and has been a sought-after source of reliable information for such periodicals as The New York Times, Town & Country, Allure, Women's Health, Parade, Lear's and Cosmopolitan, and national television programs including NBC's Today Show and ABC's Good Morning America.
Dr. Copeland received both dental and medical doctorates from Harvard University. After residency in Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery at the Massachusetts General Hospital in Boston, she returned to her native New York City for advanced training in general surgery at the New York Hospital-Cornell Medical Center. After fellowship training, Dr. Copeland joined the staff at the Division of Plastic Surgery at the Mount Sinai Medical Center in 1985 and served as Chief of the Division of Plastic Surgery for the Mount Sinai Services at the City Hospital Center in Elmhurst, New York.
Dr. Copeland was recently invited to present her pioneering techniques for enhancing facial rejuvenation at international scientific programs on aging skin in Paris and Milan. In addition, she was recently featured in Plastic Surgery Products magazine as the first female plastic surgeon in the U.S. to have earned combined doctorate degrees from Harvard.
Her book: Change Your Looks, Change Your Life, a comprehensive guide to "quick fixes" and cosmetic surgery solutions for looking younger, feeling healthier, and living better is available now.
Dr. Copeland practices a full range of plastic and reconstructive surgery for both adult and pediatric patients.
ULTRASOUND MASSAGERS FOR COSMETIC USE
Normal Skin Type
Normal skin has an even tone, soft, a smooth texture, no visible pores or blemishes, and no greasy patches or flaky areas. This type of skin has a clear, fine-textured, supple and smooth surface which is neither greasy nor dry. It glows with an inner health which stems from good blood circulation and excellent health.
Dry Skin Type
Dry skin can be mild, moderate, and down right severe. Severe itching, cracking, crusts and oozing and bleeding are parts of severe dry skin problems. The medical term used at this stage is eczema, or eczematous dermatitis. Luckily, statistically, conditions usually do not progress to that point very often.
Oily Skin Type
Oils are produced by certain special glands in the skin. Some individuals have more glands than others.Oily skin is usually associated with large pores. Pores are the openings of tubes. These tubes connect the glands and the skin and can become plugged with oils, especially if they're thick. Bacteria then populate the backed-up pores. In some cases, various forms of acne can occur.
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