Innovation and technology are appreciated by many industries, but the latest advances in beauty or anti-aging treatments are coveted more than most. Manhattan cosmetic surgeon Dr. Stafford Broumand describes two of the newest procedures to combat skin laxity that he offers at his Park Avenue office. Read Article
The majority of women struggle with stretch marks and getting rid of them can be frustrating. Manhattan cosmetic surgeon Dr. Stafford Broumand share his tips for erasing those stretch marks (at least for a little while).
Choosing the correct skin care products for your age can be difficult. Manhattan cosmetic surgeon Dr. Stafford Broumand discusses what you should focus on and the products that address unique needs for each age.
Achieving a blemish free complexion and maintaing a healthy glow can sometimes be at odds. Stafford Broumand, M.D. discusses the best ingredients to look for to get both!
Not sure if you need to see a doctor for your under eye bags, or if you can remedy them yourself? Vanderhoe asked plastic surgeon Dr. Broumand of New York City how he treats under eye troubles, from the inside out!
Changing your skincare regimen too often may be wreaking havoc on your skin, according to Stafford Broumand, M.D. The Manhattan surgeon and aesthetic specialist shares why you should stick with a routine for a few weeks.
In celebration of Father’s Day, Manhattan cosmetic surgeon Stafford Broumand, MD, shares how his father influenced him growing up.
Fine lines and wrinkles on the face are a commonly discussed side affect of aging, but a lesser known area that may be giving away your true age: your lips! Cosmetic surgeon Stafford R. Broumand, MD, discusses how our lips age over time, and some of his best methods for treating this part of the […]
Ever wonder which products and brands your doctor is using? New York City cosmetic surgeon opens his gym bag to share some of the items and products that help keep him in shape.
Coconut oil is the new holistic miracle ingredient, and has tons of uses outside the kitchen. New York City surgeon Dr. Stafford Broumand touts its skin and antibacterial benefits.