It’s touchy, this discussion of beauty maintenance v. “enhancement.” We’re supposed to love our wrinkles and our sagging eyelids, but if we could disappear them, many of us would! Same goes for our post-menopausal body bulges. Some of us are medically adventurous, while others of us are adamant advocates for the pure and natural approach. This evening, we will be talking about a wide spectrum of topics related to beauty, health and aging.
We’ll be tackling questions like:
What is the most effective way to spend 10 minutes each day taking care of your skin?
Is it ever worth spending $100 on face cream when you could spend just $15?
What are the latest and greatest treatments for your face and body that reduce the ravages of age?
Which treatment fads are unproven or unsafe or both?
What sort of exercise and diet most effectively reduces belly fat ?
What are the most impactful exercises to do daily if we want to stay mobile and active into our 80’s?
Join us for an evening with these two celebrated experts and go home armed with info to fight the ravages of age-whether it be sagging jowls or achey joints.
WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 5th
6:30 PM (7 livestream)
Doris Day, MD, specializes in laser, cosmetic and surgical dermatology. She is affiliated with Lenox Hill Hospital in New York City and is a clinical associate professor at the NYU Langone Medical Center,where she was presented with the award for Dedication and Excellence in the Teaching of Dermatology. She has written and spoken extensively on the latest aesthetic techniques on Good Morning America, The View and Dr Oz, 20/20 CNN, the Today Show, , The Katie Couric Show and is frequently quoted in major women’s magazines including InStyle, Allure, Vogue, Glamour, and others.
Lisa Love, Ed.M., R.M.T., has an Advanced Master of Education in Motor Learning from the Department of Movement Sciences and Education, Teachers College, Columbia University. She did graduate studies in biomechanics and clinical kinesiology at New York University and has a B.S. in Biology. Lisa has been teaching in NYC for over 25 years, maintaining a private practice in kinesthetic anatomy, motor learning and movement reeducation using exercises based on the teachings of Joseph Pilates. All of the disciplines she has studied have informed her teaching and the development of specialized programs.