justBOBBI – Girlfriend’s Guide to Ulthera

“Dr. Jennifer MacGregor reminds us, ‘Ulthera was approved in 2010. It has gotten much more effective over time with newer treatment protocols.’ But remember to have realistic expectations. Non-invasive tightening works, but it isn’t dramatic like surgery. ‘Each individual response is different – about 80% of people see mild tightening,’ says Dr. MacGregor.”


Into the Gloss – The Best Redness Treatment is a Hot Laser

“Here’s everything you need to know about Yunyoung Claire Chang, M.D.: She’s knowledgeable as hell. Her bedside manner is impeccable, silky, and disarming. Her skin is smoother than the peel of an eggplant. Taking skincare advice from her is like taking push-up advice from Henry Cavill. She examined my face and made note of my broken capillaries and rosacea accounting for my general splotchiness. She suggested two zappity doodads: Excel V to focus on the pronounced veining and V Beam to combat overall redness.”

ART|BEAUTY Podcast – How to Get Rid of Sunspots

“Sun exposure can result in premature aging of the skin, which can often reveal itself as brown pigmented spots that we lovingly refer to as age spots and sun spots. Our guest, Dr. Robyn Gmyrek, shares her vast knowledge of the treatments that work, and when they are safe to use. From Hydroquinone to Fraxel, she’ll share her favorite ways to remove pigmented lesions from your skin.”

Spotlyte – We Asked 6 People Why They Finally Tried CoolSculpting — and They Didn’t Hold Back

“CoolSculpting with Dr. Claire Chang was amazing. It made me in a bikini and naked again. It has been more than a year since I had my outer thighs done, and have stayed totally contoured since then. My abdomen was done four months ago, and I saw the full results two months in. It was pretty significant for me: I went down a dress size, and now look more hourglass-shaped.”

Vogue – Skin Lightening Is Fraught With Risk, But It Still Thrives in the Asian Beauty Market—Here’s Why

“By 2027, the skin whitening industry is projected to be worth over $24 billion dollars. But it’s a business fraught with potential hazards, cautions Dr. Claire Chang. ‘Skin bleaching treatments are largely unregulated,’ she explains. ‘There are a lot of skin whitening products and treatments out on the market with little or no medical evidence.’ Studies on the efficacy of popular whitening ingredients are often inconclusive, and many of them have been proven to be quite dangerous.”

Women’s Health – How a Dermatologist with Melasma and Acne Scars Keeps Her Skin Clear

“Claire Chang, MD, a board-certified cosmetic dermatologist and skincare expert at Union Square Laser Dermatology in NYC has dealt with acne since she was a teen. And while she still has ‘small acne breakouts,’ it’s the acne scars (dark marks) mixed with melasma that concerns her now. ‘Some brown spots come from sun exposure (even exposure I had years ago), some from genetics, some from acne blemishing, and others from the aging process,’ says Dr. Chang.