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Skincare Commandments w/ Dr. Gerald Imber M.D.

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Skincare Commandments w/ Dr. Gerald Imber M.D.

Having the pleasure of speaking with Dr. Gerlad Imber I learned the phrase: Prevention, Maintenance and Correction. I also learned that using the most expensive beauty products and radical procedures are not the answer to maintaining Youth.

Let’s face it, the older we get the less makeup we want to use. We all want to look our best and put our best face forward. The search for the fountain of youth does come in a bottle, combined with a healthier lifestyle.

Youth is elusive as we age, but we can age gracefully. Aging gracefully means using age-appropriate skincare and getting plenty of sleep, exercise and acquiring healthy eating habits.

Internationally renowned Plastic Surgeon Dr. Gerald Imber is the author of various scientific papers and several books dedicated to the pursuit of anti-aging surgery and the strategy of Prevention, Maintenance and Correction. Dr. Imber pides his time between a private clinic in Manhattan and being on staff at the prestigious Weill-Cornell Medical Center. I first heard of Dr. Imber flipping through the pages of my favorite beauty magazine, New Beauty.

The article “Five Powerful Anti-Aging Ingredients” caught my attention. Dr. Imber’s Youth Corridor Anti-Aging Boost Serum was among them. There are 6 pieces in the Youth Corridor Collection, the Prevention, Maintenance and Correction strategy was designed to help achieve a youthful appearance well into adulthood.


Dr. Imber is a firm believer that it’s never to late to turn back the clock, even if it’s by a few minutes. He’s made me a believer and I’m going to share with you the Skincare Commandments according to Dr. Gerald Imber M.D that everyone should follow.

The Dont’s:

  1. Don’t smoke – the result is loss of elasticity, premature sagging and wrinkles.
  2. Don’t gain or lose weight repeatedly – Skin that does not respond to weight loss by shrinking turns loose, empty and haggard. Find your ideal weight and maintain it – and lose weight slowly.
  3. Don’t get too thin! – Hollow cheeks and thin skin makes adults look frail, weak and old.
  4. Don’t run – No long distance or long-term running. Loss of fat padding on the skin results in lifts and pulls facial skin away from underlying muscles and bones – skin begins to sag.
  5. Don’t do facial exercises – They cause wrinkles.
  6. Avoid the sun – It’s a primary accelerator of loosening wrinkling of the skin. It causes pigment changes, sunspots and other unsightly eruptions.
  7. Don’t passively stretch skin – When you prop your hand on your cheek or wash and apply products in a downward motion, you are passively stretching the skin.

The Do’s:

  1. Cleanse, use anti-oxidants and moisturizers.
  2. Apply skin treatments and serums to clean, dry skin.
  3. Moisturizers with sun screen are a must to protect from the sun.

It’s important to have a skincare regimen, and remove makeup every evening. Get plenty of sleep, exercise and develop good eating habits. Dr. Gerald Imber developed a unique skincare collection: Youth Corridor. For more Youth Corridor information please visit the online website.

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