Dr. Katie Rodan and Dr. Kathy Fields are thrilled to live in the epicenter of new technology—the San Francisco Bay Area. Right now, the buzz is about the wearable computing device Google Glass.
From President Obama to the Pope and celebs like Ellen, Beyonce and Kim Kardashian … everybody seems to be on the selfie bandwagon these days. With selfie-dom at the “tipping point,” Dr. Katie Rodan and Dr. Kathy Fields want to make sure you’re ready for all your selfie moments.
Some of Hollywood’s hottest dads are celebrating this Father’s Day by embracing the clean-cut look. Ben Affleck, Mark Wahlberg and other Tinseltown heartthrobs have said so-long to three-day stubble and man-buns and hello to the class taper and freshly shaved skin.
Heard of the “Vixen Workout”? It’s jumping up as one of the latest fitness trends along with other boutique gym offerings, like soul cycling and ballet barre. Whatever your exercise pleasure, Dr. Katie Rodan and Dr. Kathy Fields say go for it … but do it without makeup.
Reese Witherspoon, Cameron Diaz and other Hollywood leading ladies have recently been jetting off for some bonding time with their gal pals.
With Memorial Day weekend and summer vacation on the horizon, teens across the country are prepping to spending lots of their free time at the beach. Unfortunately, despite continuing education and harrowing statistics about skin cancer, an overwhelming majority won’t be wearing sunscreen.
Nobody helps us turn a frown upside down better than comedic mastermind Tina Fey. By keeping us smiling, she also could be helping us knock years off our appearance. Tune into the latest webisode of Skinpact News, “Happy Birthday, Tina Fey!” to learn from Dr. Katie Rodan and Dr. Kathy Fields why smiling really does keep us looking younger and feeling better.
Will Christie Brinkley’s teenage daughter Sailor look just as great as her mom when she turns 60? What about Jada Pinkett Smith’s teen daughter Willow, when she turns 42? Tune into this special Mother’s Day webisode of Skinpact News, “Like Mother, Like Daughter … Not Necessarily,” to learn from Dr. Katie Rodan and Dr. Kathy Fields why its you, and not your mom, that’s in the driver’s seat when it comes to controlling your skin’s destiny.
Stars like Mindy Kaling, Shakira and Oprah Winfrey have embraced their inner green thumb and are sharing the fruits of their labor on Instagram. Just like celebs’ gardens are blooming with new life this spring … so can your skin.
The 2014 Major League Baseball season is in full swing. While America’s favorite pastime brings lots of excitement, it also carries a serious risk of deadly skin cancer for players and fans who spend hours in the midday sun. Tune in to the latest webisode of Skinpact News, “The Safe Sun Home Run,” to learn from Dr. Katie Rodan and Dr. Kathy Fields the rules of the game for practicing safe sun and keeping skin cancer from scoring.