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The Mind-Beauty Connection: 9 Days to More Beautiful and Youthful Skin from the Inside Outby Amy Wechsler
Synopses & Reviews
Stress ages us. It's a scientific fact that negative emotions, sleep deprivation, and high-pressure schedules wear on our looks—especially our skin. As we all cope with ever-increasing career demands, household hassles, family pressures, and financial concerns, the stress is written all over our faces in the form of premature lines, skin spots, and sagging.
But here's the good part: Stress aging is entirely reversible. Dr. Amy Wechsler, in partnership with RealAge—a company that focuses on turning back the biological clock—first helps you determine your SkinAge, then choose the renewal plan that's perfect for your psyche, face, and wallet. Dr. Wechsler's mind-beauty regimens reverse the effects of tension and time, so not only will your skin look and feel terrific, but the person inside it will be happier and healthier, too.
A media favorite—she is often interviewed by the New York Times, O, The Oprah Magazine, Marie Claire, and many more publications—Dr. Wechsler is the expert to help you make the mind-beauty connection, untangle the psychological from the physical, and offer solutions for both.
From one of only two physicians in America board-certified in both dermatology and psychiatry, this one-of-a-kind book provides a unique perspective to people's skin troubles by linking them with life's stresses—and provides the solutions to both.
About the Author
Amy Wechsler, MD, is a dermatologist and a psychiatrist, one of only two doctors in the country who are board-certified in both specialties. Evidence of the mind-beauty connection walks into her office every day: "Premature aging and adult acne are the two most common skin problems I see, and stress and exhaustion are often at the bottom of both," she says. Dr. Wechsler practices in New York City, where she lives with her husband and two kids. She is a member of the RealAge Scientific Advisory Board.
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