Editorial Advisory Board

The Editorial Advisory Board was created with a singular mission: to ensure NewBeauty Magazine is a trusted and valuable resource based upon ethical standards and scientific integrity. NewBeauty's editorial team works closely with the members of the Board to ensure these standards of quality.

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Dr. Robert Singer

Chairman of the Board

"One day soon we will hopefully have that magical pill, product or injection that really can take 20 years off in an instant, but first, let’s make sure it works and is safe before we sing its praises."

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Dr. Jeanine B. Downie

Dermatology

Montclair, NJ, Dermatologist

“Loss of facial volume begins in the mid-to-late 20s. If the volume is not replaced, you will look older, and your face will begin to wrinkle, sag and appear hollower. My one piece of advice to stay youthful would be to get a little filler. Options including Juvéderm Voluma and Restylane are made of hyaluronic acid, a molecule naturally present in our bodies, and go a long way in working to build collagen back up in aging skin.”

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Dr. Sanjay Grover

Plastic Surgery

Newport Beach, CA, Plastic Surgeon

Director, The Center for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery

“I would suggest all of my past and present patients utilize a neuromodulator every three to four months and receive some filler every six to 12 months to maintain a fresh look.”

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Tracey Cunningham

Hair Color

Celebrity Colorist

“No one is born with single-dimensional hair color, so the easiest way to add a youthful feeling to your look is with babylights, which give off the same look as the fine highlights you naturally had as a child. They immediately lighten and brighten my clients’ appearance without a drastic change or need for constant upkeep.”

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Dr. Laurence R. Rifkin

Cosmetic Dentistry

Beverly Hills, CA, Cosmetic Dentist

“Maintaining a healthy, beautiful smile is the key to feeling good about yourself, which ultimately reduces stress. Eliminating the bacteria that causes so many diseases by brushing and flossing will also help you feel younger and live longer!”

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Dr. Ronald Goldstein

Cosmetic Dentistry

Cosmetic Dentist and Author of Change Your Smile

“Dark teeth make you look older, so prevent your teeth from discoloring or staining and begin bleaching if possible.”

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Dr. Tina Alster

Dermatology

Director of the Washington Institute of Dermatologic Laser Surgery

“To reduce the development of wrinkles, age spots, skin laxity and blotchiness, protect your skin (especially your face, neck and chest) from the sun. If you want to sport a tan, become proficient in the application of sunless tanners or bronzers, which, when applied properly, deliver a realistic glow.”

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Dr. Mark L. Jewell

Plastic Surgery

Past President of the American Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery

“Always use prescription-strength topical tretinoin creams to help correct photodamage, improve dyscromia (red- and brown-colored spots), and reduce pore size.”

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Dr. Kenneth R. Beer

Dermatology

Founder and Director of Cosmetic Boot Camp

“If I could give patients one piece of advice, it would be to use plenty of sun protection when outside, use topical tretinoin (Retin-A) or retinol, and get Intense Pulsed Light (IPL) treatments on an ongoing basis.”

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10/30

Dr. Andrew Jacono

Plastic Surgery

Facial Plastic Surgeon

“Start preventive Botox Cosmetic treatments before developing deep wrinkles, which can be harder to treat as time marches on.”

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Beth Minardi

Hair Color

New York City Hair-Color Specialist

“Supershort hair is like hot pants for the face! When the jawline, corners of the mouth and neck begin to droop, very short hair is not a ‘girl’s best friend.’ Also, when you opt for silver hair, your eyebrows shouldn’t remain gray—they define the eyes, so your brows should never disappear.

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12/30

Dr. Steven Fagien

Oculoplastic Surgery

Boca Raton, FL, Oculoplastic Surgeon

“We can’t yet influence genetics, but we can modify our habits and experiences. The impact of diet, exercise and state of mind on our appearance is now more obvious than ever and we all have the power to make a change.”

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Dr. Kelly Bomer

Facial Plastic Surgery

Scottsdale, AZ, Facial Plastic Surgeon

“Youthfulness comes only with a lifestyle filled with healthy eating, exercise and protecting and rejuvenating your skin. Sun protection is the most important skin-care step to remember, followed by the use of products that stimulate the renewal of aging skin.”

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Dr. Julius W. Few

Plastic Surgery

Director of the Few Institute for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery

“Use a retinol at night, even if it’s only twice a week, and wear sunscreen daily.”

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Dr. Charles E. Crutchfield III

Dermatology

Eagan, MN, Dermatologist

“Stick to a simple skin-care program involving four steps: gentle cleansing, hydration, protection from the sun (SPF 30 with UVA/UVB protection) and mild correction from a dermatologist as time goes on. These four things will keep your skin in top shape.”

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Dr. Anthony Youn

Plastic Surgery

Troy, MI, Plastic Surgeon

“Decrease the amount of sugar you eat. Eating too much sugar results in inflammation, which accelerates the aging process. Always remember sugar equals wrinkles!”

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Dr. Dennis Gross

Dermatology

Dermatologist and Founder of the Eponymous Skin-Care Line

“Do not delay treating any cosmetic problem that is present in a parent. Aging patterns are predictable— if you see early signs of an unwanted feature that runs in your family, then it’s destined to worsen. Seeking treatment promptly gives better results than waiting.”

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Frédéric Fekkai

Beauty and Style

Internationally Recognized Hairstylist

“My best piece of advice to remain looking youthful is to keep your hair shiny and flowing, and don’t wear too much makeup.”

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Nerida Joy

Aesthetics

Celebrity Aesthetician

“Stay out of the sun! The sun gives you wrinkles faster and makes the skin on your face and body appear loose and saggy.”

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Tammy Fender

Skin Care

Holistic Skin-Care Specialist

Don’t overdo it. Sometimes, in our drive to boost, optimize and condition our skin, we overwhelm our bodies’ natural processes with too many products and steps. Finding simplicity is more important than jumping onto the latest fad because what our skin needs is not that complicated. Over thousands of years, our skin has evolved to benefit from pure, plant-based remedies that can assist the body in healing beautifully.”

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Mandy Ingber

Yoga

Celebrity Yoga Instructor

“Continue to do things that are fun. Go boogie boarding in the ocean, take a dance class and laugh a lot. Don’t be so hard on yourself—when you feel lighter, you will always appear youthful.”

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Andrea Orbeck

Fitness

Celebrity Trainer

“Drink a 10-ounce glass of water before getting your age-defying eight hours of sleep every night.”

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Christine Avanti

Nutrition

Celebrity Nutritionist

“Get enough sleep. It keeps your skin looking youthful, your metabolism humming and your mind sharp.”

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Ruth Zukerman

Fitness

Cofounder of Flywheel

“Get your sweat on daily. Sweating helps to eliminate alcohol, cholesterol and salt from the bloodstream, which are all aging culprits. Plus, it reminds you to hydrate! I’m convinced it is the secret weapon for looking 10 years younger.”


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Cynthia Pasquella

Nutrition

Celebrity Nutritionist

“Remove dairy from your diet. The hormones and lactose in dairy products contribute to inflammation, which speeds up aging.”

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Paula Simpson

Nutrition

Celebrity Nutritionist

“Eat clean and choose whole foods, juices and supplements that provide concentrated amounts of naturally derived antioxidants to help ward off stressors that accelerate aging.”

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Jane Iredale

Makeup

Founder of the Eponymous Mineral Makeup Line

“Definitely limit sun exposure and get in the habit of wearing a hat and sunscreen. UV rays damage collagen and elastin (which causes premature wrinkling), while damaging the melanocytes so that the skin develops uneven pigment. Plus, in order to protect itself, it takes on a leathery look. A tan is the sign of the body trying to protect itself after the damage has been done.”

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Valerie Waters

Fitness

Celebrity Trainer

“Be consistent. Exercise consistently, not obsessively, and eat clean as much as you can. Also, try not to keep losing and gaining the same weight.”

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Ramona Braganza

Fitness

Celebrity Trainer

“Recent studies have shown that insufficient amounts of protein in our diets can cause tears, cracks and wrinkles in our skin, which make us look older. I advise my clients to eat fish protein, particularly salmon, multiple times a week to benefit from the added omega-3s that help keep skin soft and supple.”

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Pati Dubroff

Makeup

Celebrity Makeup Artist

“I think the secret to keeping up a youthful look is maintaining a youthful spirit. If you laugh, dance, explore, and view life through the lens of young curiosity, youth will remain with you!”

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