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After graduating from George Washington University, where she completed a seven-year combined undergraduate and medical degree, Idriss went on to Harvard University for a research fellowship. She finished up her training at Tufts Medical Center before relocating to New York.
Dr. Shereene Idriss, a New York City dermatologist, shares her entire routine, from her secret morning skincare techniques when she wakes up at 6 a.m., to her day at work performing Botox, fillers, and Fraxel, to her evening skincare routine including her favorite exfoliants and treatments.
I hit the day running at 6:45 a.m. because that’s when my baby gets up. I shower and get dressed while interweaving my baby’s schedule with my own. At 8:30 a.m. my nanny arrives and I’m out the door to work. (Honestly, hats off to all moms out there, especially stay-at-home moms, because it truly is the hardest job)
I’m a board certified dermatologist based in NYC, who happens to be tired of all the misinformation out there when it comes to skincare and cosmetic procedures. I believe appropriate maintenance and subtle changes can overall be dramatic, and I also believe in being YOUR own best self.
Catch one of my #pillowtalkderm sessions on my Instagram stories or for a more in depth version, check out my youtube page where we’ll go through the good, the bad and the ugly of all that is SKINCARE & BEAUTY MAINTENANCE!
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