If this harsh winter has your skin feeling especially dry, Dr. Broumand shared some of his tips for restoring moisture to your skin with Lucky Mag.
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Stafford Broumand, MD, a prominent plastic surgeon in New York City, discusses the best methods and treatments for reducing the appearance of scars.
When it comes to skincare, what’s best for your skin changes over the years. Manhattan cosmetic surgeon Dr. Broumand shares his recommendations for healthy, glowing skin at every age.
Combining the latest surgical and pain management techniques, Manhattan cosmetic surgeon Stafford Broumand, MD, gives patients a gentler breast augmentation experience.
The development of newer, better, and less invasive technologies is rendering some previously popular plastic surgery procedures irrelevant. Manhattan cosmetic surgeon Stafford Broumand discusses how facial fillers are replacing cheek implants and creating a softer, less drastic change.
Cosmetic surgeon Stafford Broumand, M.D., references his studies in Paris to counter claims that “French women do not have facelifts”. In Mireille Guiliano’s new book, she credits healthy eating and religious skin care to the legendary graceful aging of french women, but Dr. Broumand knows its not just women in…
The first rule of skincare for oily skin has always been: “avoid oil-based products”. But Manhattan plastic surgeon Dr. Stafford Broumand disagrees, to an extent. Read more to find out what oils he says can actually help reduce oily skin.
With so many different products and ingredients available, knowing the best way to combat aging can be difficult. Manhattan plastic surgeon Stafford Broumand, M.D. shares why he thinks Retinol is something you should considering.
Plastic surgeon Dr. Stafford Broumand of New York City feels “less is more” when it comes to procedures around the eye. He explains how the blepharoplasty procedure has changed and how he can help patients to achieve an optimal result.
Could your favorite shower tool make you sick? It’s possible, according to a recent article on Huff Post featuring Dr. Stafford Broumand. The Manhattan plastic surgeon details how bacteria can grow in the damp environment and be transferred to your skin via a loofah. Read the article for tips on…