This is an exceedingly common question among my female patients. Most women know to use only non-comedogenic and oil free products to avoid clogging pores and producing acne but still have questions regarding the ideal make-up to use. Along with many other dermatologists, my resounding response is to utilize a mineral based make-up usually in a loose powder form. These products provide excellent coverage and camouflage, are generally non-irritating, and are well tolerated by acne prone skin. A number of mineral based make up products are currently available including the following brands: Bare Minerals, Bare Escentuals, Glo Minerals, and Jane Iredale just to name a few. Continue reading
These are common questions and myths about Botox — from a reprint from the Minneapolis Star Tribune
Stylepoints: Skin, sun and saving face
- Article by: SARA GLASSMAN , Star Tribune
Dermatologist Mohiba Tareen talks about Botox and other treatments.
Photo: Mark Hoffer, MCT
Dermatologist Mohiba Tareen looks impossibly well rested. For her, that’s the ultimate compliment.
“Let me tell you, I’m not well rested,” she said.
As the mother of two young boys and in the midst of establishing her dermatology practice in Roseville, she credits the carefully placed use of fillers under her eyes and in a tiny acne scar and Botox for her perfectly smooth, yet natural complexion.
Tareen recently relocated from New York, where she worked at a high-end Manhattan practice. In addition to being an adjunct professor at the University of Minnesota’s Medical School and an expert for WebMD.com, Tareen is launching cosmetic services such as Botox and fillers at the Ivy Spa in Minneapolis.
There, she’ll help Minnesotans capture her same impossibly fresh look.
“Small, subtle things make a huge difference,” she said. “I don’t want somebody to say, ‘What did you have done?’ I want somebody to say, ‘You look well rested.’ ‘You look like you got a great haircut.’ ‘You look like you went on vacation.'”
She shared some of her skin-care advice. Continue reading