Dr Oz: Dermatologist talks Celavive®

 

Celavive® featured on Dr. Oz

 

Education and Expertise

As a board-certified dermatologist and diplomate of the American Board of Dermatology, Dr. Jennifer Lee is excited to share her skincare expertise. She received her medical training at Harvard Medical School, one of the nation’s top institutions, specializing in the diagnosis and management of skin conditions. Now, she serves as the medical director of REN Dermatology and maintains her status as a clinical assistant professor at Vanderbilt University Medical Center.

 

Tell Me Why

Q: Why is skincare so important?

A: Our integumentary system (skin) is the largest organ on our body and by moisturizing or using sunscreen to protect from harmful UV rays, we can have a direct effect on the health of our skin. Great skincare can be straightforward and offer achievable results for anyone.

 

Gym, Cook, Cleanse

Q: If I’m trying to eat well and exercise, won’t my skin just react to all the nutrients in my green smoothies and detoxify from a sweaty workout?

A: You may already be taking care of your fitness and following a healthy diet, but living a completely healthy lifestyle should also include giving your skin the care it needs and protecting yourself from the harmful effects of the sun. The way you look on the outside should reflect how great you feel on the inside.

 

Uniquely Celavive®

Q: What makes you excited and confident to represent this new high-performance skincare line, Celavive®?

A: Being able to team up with hundreds of thousands of amazing associates and brand advocates is really exciting. The commitment to science and research is definitely something that stands out to me. I’m thrilled to be able to share the message of Celavive® — products formulated with the advanced InCelligence Technology® and a multitude of other incredible skincare ingredients.

 

Dr. Jennifer Lee’s Top Tips for Beautiful Skin

  1.  Wear sunscreen
  2. Exercise and eat well
  3. Get quality sleep
  4. Don’t smoke
  5. Invest in good skincare

Our skin is so reflective of our overall health. – Dr. Jennifer Lee


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