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Jessica Wu, M.D.
March 22, 2011- Think the key to looking young, fresh and beautiful is copious amounts of Botox or plastic surgery? It’s not. The answer may actually be in your pantry.
After spending years battling her own pimple-prone problem skin and tending to the skin needs to Hollywood’s A-list, dermatologist Jessica Wu, M.D. has uncovered the secret to radiant younger-looking skin. She reveals how we can look great by feeding our faces—and you and your audience can take the free online quiz to learn which foods your face craves at DailyGlow.com.
In her new book, Feed Your Face, Dr. Wu offers women relief from the expense of wrinkle creams, drying lotions, and zit-zappers with a plan that will help banish blemishes, wipe out wrinkles, shed unwanted pounds, and generally feel better. Cosmetics companies, women’s magazines—heck, even most doctors—will swear that food doesn’t affect the skin. But Dr. Wu says what you eat has everything to do with the condition of your complexion.
She'll answer the tough skin questions, such as:
ABOUT THE TALENT: JESSICA WU, M.D. is lead expert on DailyGlow.com, and a graduate of Harvard Medical School, an Assistant Clinical Professor at USC Medical School, and a board-certified dermatologist. When she's not helping Hollywood's A-list get red-carpet ready, she's dishing up advice as the Daily Glow Skin and Beauty Expert and spilling skin care secrets on national television shows such as The Doctors, Good Morning America, Entertainment Tonight, and E! Entertainment Television. She is the lead expert on Daily Glow, a popular health and beauty website. Daily Glow and its mobile apps are a published by Everyday Health, Inc., a leading provider of health solutions serving consumers and professionals—the company attracts 27 million monthly unique users.
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