Dr. Luftman is often called upon in the press as an expert in cosmetic medicine, and has appeared on TV shows such as Good Morning America and EXTRA TV as well as on the news and various websites. She is frequently quoted in the NY Times, LA Times, Vogue, W, InStyle, Oprah Magazine and National Public Radio, just to name a few. Here are some examples of her press and media coverage.
Click on any square below to watch a video clip of Dr. Luftman and her patients discussing various cosmetic dermatology procedures.
Click on the image below to view Dr. Luftman on Extra’s “Lifechangers Skincare Secrets” segment:
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TV & Websites
“Extra’s” Lifechanger, Dr. Debra B. Luftman, says some beauty products can make you look older! Plus, she provides simple solutions to get spectacular skin.
“Even in the warmer climates, winter dryness can do a number on your skin. Lots of people try to save face by spending big money on moisturizers. […] But dermatologist Debra Luftman says you can have soft, smooth skin by using products right off the drug store shelf.”
“From Nicole and Angelina to PenÃ©lope and Halle, clear, beautiful skin tops the must-have list for Hollywood’s most radiant women, so when pimples pop up, you can imagine the panic. But now there’s a solution in sight — or more accurately, in light.”
…the 41-year-old ageless beauty is trying a new cosmetic procedure known as Thermage, which tightens the skin without going under the knife.
Meanwhile, you can say so long to acne with the Zeno Zit Zapper. “Zeno is a machine that is the size of a cell phone,” Dr. Debra Luftman said. “It works by heating up a pimple and getting rid of it completely.”
“I’m looking for something that will keep the skin looking rejuvenated and not dry,” she told us. “My skin gets really, really dry.”
A new, nearly painless treatment for acne combines medicine with a special light and may work where other therapies fail.
Dermatologist Dr. Debra Luftman shares some solutions for common skin problems.
It’s easier and more affordable for people to achieve more youthful, glowing skin these days, but the options can be overwhelming. Three leading experts will help you sort out a suitable strategy for your skin.
From the health food store to the drug store to the dermatologist’s office, it’s easy to drown in the avalanche of skin care treatments and products. Two dermatologists offer advice on everything from moisturizers to microdermabrasion.
Beauty and mind medics Dr Debra Luftman and Dr Eva Ritvo have been best friends and medical practitioners for more than 25 years. During this time, they’ve seen hundreds of women with every kind of beauty concern – from fat thighs and acne to poor body image and low self-esteem.
Skin troubles? We’ve all got ’em. And who wants to spend buckets of money on fancy facials and aesthetician visits?