I recently had the privilege of having the pleasure of seeing Dr. Helen M. Ziegler, a dermatologist and skin scientist who specializes in the application of skin science techniques for the treatment of acne and psoriasis.
The two of us are also part of the Skin Science Beauty Clinic, a new beauty salon and makeup studio in Manhattan that is dedicated to the healing of skin disorders, including psorias and rosacea.
When I first got the chance to meet Ziegling, I was struck by how caring and knowledgeable she is about what she does.
She told me that when she started her career as a skin scientist, she had to rely on a lot of trust from other dermatologists who didn’t know her before she was trained, which was something I hadn’t realized until now.
“I thought, ‘I don’t know you and I don’t trust you,'” she told me.
“That was something that’s been missing from my practice.”
I was really excited to see her talk about what was happening in her practice and what she was doing to help others with skin problems.
As someone who has been working on skin issues for more than a decade, I am very excited to be able to share what she has learned with the world.
And now, she is sharing it with me.
First, let me start with a word of caution.
She does not recommend using any products for treatment of skin problems, including products that are designed to help skin shed and soothe skin.
She recommends using a moisturizer, sunscreen, or a conditioner that is designed to improve skin tone and texture.
She also says that there are products that work well for certain conditions, but those are not what I was expecting to hear from a skin doctor.
Zegling has spent her life trying to find a solution to skin problems that don’t require an oil-based treatment.
“In my mind, we’ve all been using skin products for a long time, whether it be for skin care, hair, or facial, but in some ways they’re not necessarily a solution for the skin,” she told The Lad.
So what are these products that I was seeing in the skin science clinic?
She is an expert in using makeup to moisturize the skin, she has a proven track record of using natural ingredients, and she’s a licensed cosmetic dermatologist.
She uses these products in addition to oils, lotions, and creams for her skin, and for acne, psoria, rosaceas, and other skin disorders.
The beauty clinic in Manhattan is dedicated entirely to skin science, but it is not limited to skin sciences.
In the past, dermatologists have used makeup to treat acne, roseyacea, and psoriatic dermatitis.
But when she became a dermatology resident at the University of Texas Medical Branch at Galveston, Zieglin realized that the makeup that she used to treat roseya was not helping her patients.
So she started looking into the use of a non-comedogenic skin conditioner.
“I was really interested in the use [of makeup] to help people heal the skin and get it to heal,” she said.
“But when I looked at the data and I saw that most of the patients that were using makeup were in their 20s and 30s, I realized that this is a really important population of people.
And so, I started doing a clinical trial with dermatologists that was using products that were actually for people who had roseyia and psora.”
After the trial was completed, the patients in the study were then evaluated and their skin was examined.
Zigling said that many of the results were encouraging.
“It was surprising to see that people who were using the products did heal a lot faster than people who didn.
And what I really found is that the use was much less drying than you would think, especially when you use a lotion that is made for moisturizing.
It really does help your skin heal and to be more responsive to treatment.
I really do believe that it is a product that will help with your healing.”
When she began her clinical trial, she found that she was able to make a difference.
The number of patients who were able to heal faster than they had before was remarkable.
After that trial, Ziglin became interested in finding more evidence-based research to support her use of the makeup, and the Skin Sciences Beauty Clinic in Manhattan became her primary research and clinical training ground.
She now runs her own clinical trial program, and her team is doing research on the efficacy of skin care products that have been approved by the FDA.
For Zieglers study, the goal is to see if makeup is as effective as the skin care industry is claiming.
“So, I want to really see what our data shows,” she explained. “Because