Published to coincide with the American Academy of Dermatology’s National Healthy Skin Month (November), Dr. Fayne Frey, a 30-year, board-certified dermatologist and author of the upcoming book, The Skincare Hoax: How You’re Being Tricked into Buying Lotions, Potions & Wrinkle Cream, reveals seven secrets (and more) that your audience may want to know before spending hundreds on beauty products.
Every day — in fact, 4,000 to 10,000 times per day, according to Forbes — women see ads for skincare products. Without a doubt, it is a treat to luxuriate in a glorious day at the spa (and all the bells and whistles that go with the experience). However, what does your skin really need from the inside in order to be healthy?
In The Skincare Hoax, readers will learn:
1. How to choose the best skincare creams and why
2. The difference between day and night moisturizers
3. Anti-aging fairytales
4. Why sunscreen is a must
5. Why water may be the only thing you need
6. How beauty industry marketing influences purchasing decisions
7. What everyone needs in their bathroom, make-up case and travel kit
About the Author
Fayne L. Frey, MD, is a board-certified dermatologist and graduate of Weill Cornell Medical College. In addition to having her expertise featured in publications, including Reader’s Digest, Runner’s World and The Doctor Weighs In, she has been a featured guest on NBC, CBS, Z100 Radio and many other outlets.
Through her website, FryFace.com, she promotes dermatology education to help consumers choose the safest and most affordable products. She currently lives in the New York Tri-State area with her husband and has four grown children.