Talk­ing Skin­care We talk with Dr. Paul Nas­sif about his new skin­care line.

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We have been a fan of Dr. Paul Nas­sif since we first started see­ing him on BRAVO's Real Housewives of Beverly Hills where he in­tro­duced us to his world of Plas­tic Surgery as well as be­ing a skin care ex­pert. Whether we've seen him on a num­ber of talk shows or on his ad­dic­tive se­ries on E! Botched with Dr. Terry Dubrow, that fo­cuses on clients who are look­ing to have their vi­sions be­come a re­al­ity af­ter at­tempt­ing surg­eries that were not done ap­pro­pri­ately.

Dr. Nas­sif cre­ated a skin care line that we wanted to know more about and are ecited to find out more about how this can go within your beauty rou­tine to en­sure that you keep that dewy glow that we're all look­ing to main­tain.

ATH­LEISURE MAG: For our read­ers that may not be fa­mil­iar with you, can you tell us a little bit about who you are, and how you be­came a Celebrity Plas­tic Sur­geon and Skin-care Ex­pert?

DR. PAUL NAS­SIF: I’ve been prac­tic­ing as a world-renowned fa­cial plas­tic sur­geon for over 20 years, and I’ve been work­ing on my skin­care line, Bio-Clock Der­ma­ceu­ti­cals, for over 5 years. I jug­gle surgery 5 days a week, film­ing the E! TV show, Botched, and trav­el­ing to ap­pear­ances on HSN and TVSN (Aus­tralia) fre­quently through­out the year.

AM: When did you re­al­ize that you wanted to cre­ate a skin­care line?

DR. PN: Af­ter years of per­form­ing fa­cial plas­tic surgery, I knew that I wanted to cre­ate a line of prod­ucts that could help not only re­verse the signs of ag­ing, but most im­por­tantly, pre­vent them.

AM: What is in the cur­rent col­lec­tion of your line and what does it do for the skin?

DR. PN: Bio-Clock Der­ma­ceu­ti­cals was born out of a de­sire to change the skin from the in­side out. These prod­ucts are full of ac­tives that ad­dress com­mon is­sues, such as de­hy­drated skin, and re­verse signs of ag­ing.

AM: It seems that these prod­ucts take care of the is­sues that many are con­cerned about from lines, un­der eyes as well as the neck - are there other skin con­cerns that you will tackle with fu­ture prod­ucts?

DR. PN: We are work­ing on adding a prod­uct with SPF to our line. I of­ten see pa­tients with ma­jor sun dam­age, which is hard to re­verse. It’s very im­por­tant to take the steps nec­es­sary to pre­vent sun dam­age.

AM: As peo­ple go from their 20's, to 30's, 40's and 50s what are pre­ven­ta­tive mea­sures that users of your prod­ucts can do to en­sure that they are main­tain­ing a beauty rou­tine that makes their skin look sup­ple and ra­di­ate a glow?

DR. PN: I al­ways tell peo­ple to en­sure that their rou­tine con­tains an ex­fo­liant, a su­per-hy­drat­ing serum, and an un­der eye cream that re­duces dark cir­cles and fine lines. AM: How im­por­tant is hy­dra­tion to the body and does the skin take in mois­ture dif­fer­ently as it ages?

DR. PN: As you age, your skin re­quires more hy­dra­tion to coun­ter­act the nat­u­ral oc­cur­rence of fine lines and wrin­kles. Us­ing prod­ucts that con­tain Hyaluronic Acid, such as my Hy­dro-Screen Serum, is the key to hy­drat­ing your skin and re­duc­ing those pesky wrin­kles, en­sur­ing that your skin is smooth for years to come.

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