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Arranged alphabetically by topic, its design makes finding the information you need a breeze--and Kunin's casual, conversational style is enjoyably readable. If you've ever wished you could corner a dermatologist at a dinner party and ask about that odd little rash or bump that just won't go away, you'll love the tone. Along with clear explanations of a range of complaints, she provides an even broader range of possible solutions, including prescriptions to discuss with your doctor and simple over-the-counter remedies. Some are her own formulations; even more are not. Whatever the answer is to your problem, it'll be as practical as possible: None of those 19-step daily skincare routines here.
With her background in non-surgical cosmetic dermatology, she's quite open to treatments (like Botox and steroids) that some prefer to avoid. At the same time, her medical background provides her with a solid research base that allows readers to feel that they're getting accurate answers to questions like, "Is mad cow disease communicable via collagen injections?" or, "What's the minimum SPF to look for in sunscreen?" Whether you're trying to prevent skin cancer, control psoriasis or keep on top of your complexion throughout the coming years, Kunin's detailed advice will help get the job done. Jill Lightner
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Special Interview with Audrey Kunin, MD
"I believe consulting with a dermatologist should be convenient, informative, and economical--that's why I moved my office online," says Dr. Audrey Kunin, a practicing, board-certified dermatologist, creator of DERMAdoctor Specialist Skin Care, and founder of DERMAdoctor.com®, where her focus has been to inform and educate customers on nonprescription treatments for conditions ranging from crow's feet, stretch marks and cellulite to rosacea, discoloration, bruising, male-specific concerns, and a far broader range of skin issues "rarely spoken of, and even less frequently embraced by cosmetics," she observes. Amazon.com contributor Jill Lightner spoke with Dr. Kunin, who shared some tips on how to discern fact from fiction when it comes to skin care advice, and how to make the most of your visits to the dermatologist. Read our interview.
Dr. Kunin received her B.S. in Biology from Ohio State University and earned her Medical Degree at the Medical College of Ohio. She worked as a clinical researcher at Tulane Medical School and interned at Henry Ford Hospital in Detroit. She completed her postgraduate training in Dermatology at the Medical College of Virginia, where she served as Chief Resident.
Dr. Kunin has been a featured expert in leading media including InStyle, Allure, Glamour, Health, W, Good Housekeeping, WebMD, U.S. News & World Report, as well as local and national television and radio news networks.
Dr. Kunin lives in the Kansas City area, with her husband and two young children.
I might buy the book. Here are my stats. I buy a lot of products at ummm author's website? Weird that I haven't seen her book there, but it probably is. Read morePublished on July 12, 2008 by Elise McGregg
I liked this book because it gives you an overview of so many different skin care problems, and it gave me tips about problems I didn't know I could fix. Read morePublished on July 27, 2007 by Jeni - SavvySkin.com
This book in question is a masterpi...welll not quite. It is a very basic book. THis would be a great gift for a teenager. Read morePublished on July 16, 2007 by G. harry
This book was written with the idea of promoting the author's own product line. Sad, because otherwise it is a well written book backed with a good clinical background. Read morePublished on February 7, 2006 by skin care junkie