Live By The ‘Skin Commandments’
Dr. Tony Nakhla visited the KCAL 9 studio Tuesday to talk about The Skin Commandments.
Order Dr. Tony Nakhla’s book, THE SKIN COMMANDMENTS: 10 Rules to Healthy, Beautiful Skin. More than a book, THE SKIN COMMANDMENTS represents the ultimate resource for anybody seeking healthy and beautiful skin.
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Pre-gym priming? It’s a major no-no, but aside from your beauty efforts sliding down your face faster than the tears you’ll shed for that pesky pimple that just won’t go away, it can interfere with your determination to fit into those skinny jeans with ease.
Martin Kyran spit into a vial, handed it to the DNA tester and hoped for the best. The 39-year-old marketing manager wasn’t undergoing medical tests, nor was he being investigated for a crime. The truth is, he had a wrinkle.
Just your normal morning routine: drag your half-conscious butt out of bed, shower, get dressed, start brushing your hair… What the crap?!? Did all that come from me!?!?
New Beauty Magazine invited Dr. Tony Nakhla to be the expert skin care speaker at Nordstrom. He educated participants about skin care maintenance and anti-aging options.
Dr. Tony Nakhla gives The A B C D & Es to Checking Your Birthday Suit! Included in the discussion are tips on how to identify potential cancer. Listen by clicking the image or below.
Injections of Radiesse can fill out patient’s cheeks for an overall rejuvenated look. Procedures performed by Dr. Tony Nakhla are featured in this issue of New Beauty Magazine. Dr. Tony Nakhla gives beautiful, natural, unmatchable treatment results.
Can’t sleep? It’s written all over your face: People who appear tired are viewed as unattractive, unhealthy, and sad, finds a new Swedish study.
The two garishly outrageously painted, uncomfortable, fume-belching chicken buses precariously negotiated the steep mountain passes as they carried a volunteer DOCARE International medical team to makeshift clinics throughout remote medically deprived areas of Guatemala.
It wasn’t enough for the dermatology residents at Western University/Pacific Hospital in Los Angeles to crack open the books when they had to learn about tropical medicine. Instead, they headed to Ecuador. Program Director, David Horowitz, D.O., co-Chief Residents Will Kirby, D.O., and Tejas Desai, D.O., plus firstyear Resident Tony Nakhla, D.O., joined the Nova Southeastern University chapter of DOCARE International on a nine-day medical mission.
A 55-year-old Caucasian male presented to our clinic with a two-week history of a painful sore on the right postauricular region. The patient had a past medical history of multiple non-melanoma skin cancers including five squamous-cell carcinomas and six basal-cell carcinomas, three of which required Mohs. He reported no other significant past medical history and was on no medications. He smoked approximately one pack per day.
Cutaneous Larva Migrans (CLM) is a condition caused by the introduction of the animal hookworm larvae into the human
skin. Although endemic to warmer regions of the world, it is important that we be able to recognize CLM in the US, as it may
present in our patients that live in coastal states or that have recently traveled outside of the country.
NF-1 (von Recklinghausen’s disease) is an autosomal dominantly inherited disorder. The classic clinical findings include neurofibromas, cafe’ au lait spots, lisch nodules, axillary freckling, and macroglossia. The predominant lesions in NF-1 are cutaneous neurofibromas, which represent benign proliferations of neuronal support structures.
The repair of large dorsal nasal defects are often characterized as surgical conundrums, requiring skin grafting or extensive flap repair and often needing a second stage reconstruction. We present a 67-year-old woman who underwent Mohs micrographic surgery for a morpheaform basal cell carcinoma on the nasal dorsum, producing a large midfacial defect. We employed the malar butterfly flap, a bilateral melolabial advancement flap, to repair the defect.
The term laser is an eponym for Light Amplification by Stimulated Emission of Radiation. Physics and the atom will help to better understand lasers. An electron circling an atom can be excited to a higher orbit by absorbing energy (stimulated absorptions) and conversely fall to a lower orbit by emitting energy (spontaneous emission). This energy is represented as a photon of light.
At OC Skin Institute, Dr. Tony Nakhla employs the latest in laser skin care technology. He is particularly impressed with the CO2 fractionated laser, which is the key player in what he refers to as the "anti-aging revolution."
Use of email and text messaging as a means of communicating has grown dramatically over the last decade, but it has lagged within the health care field. According to last year’s Second Annual Healthcare IT Insights and Opportunities Survey conducted by CompTIA, while many physicians want to increase their use of email to correspond with patients, relatively few have done so. However, those who have are realizing the benefits…
Dr. Nakhla teaches about this common skin condition and how you can cover it up.
Don’t go outside without reading these invaluable tips for healthy summer skin.
Dr. Nakhla clears up all the confusion about sunscreen. Read more to learn about which products can best protect your skin.
Pedicure tubs are a notorius resting spot for bacteria, fungi and viruses- and unclean tubs have made headline news and even been implicated in deaths. Thus, it’s a crucial part of any salon’s everyday activities to ensure that they are impeccably maintained.
OC Mom’s Blog “Tip of the Day” is to visit OC Skin Institute. Go on a tour with the newly remodeled state-of-the-art facilities and meet Dr. Tony Nakla.
Internal Acne Aggravators – Harder to control, internal factors like hormones, food and stress can all play into how often, and severe, your skin breaks out.
Demi Moore, Nicole Kidman, Michelle Pfeiffer – all of these women prove that although getting older is inevitable, visible signs of aging don’t have to be. Dr. Tony Nakhla talks about skin care products you shouldn’t live without.
Learn about anti-aging skin care with Dr. Tony Nakhla.
Facts about Fillers instead of surgery. Dr. Tony Nakhla discusses the solution for most women who want to combat the signs of aging.
Your hormones aren't always to blame — turns out some of these unconscious habits might be causing your acne. Dr. Nakhla shares his expertise.
Seeking a nonsurgical solution to completely rejuvenate her eyes, this patient consulted with Dr. Nakhla. “I treated her with a total of 3 ccs of Juvéderm in her lower eyelid tear troughs [off label],” Dr. Nakhla says. “The small, red bruise under her left eye faded away in a matter of days. Now she looks younger and much more awake.”
Cold temperatures, harsh winds, and time spent indoors with dry heat can wreak havoc on your skin and hair. Dr. Nakhla shares on how to rescue your routine so you can weather the winter without being any worse for the wear.
Are your fingernails brittle, flimsy, or discolored? Dr. Nakhla has the solution.
The ‘Healthy’ Choices That Are Costing You. Insightful tips from Dr. Tony Nakhla!
Dr. Tony Nakhla discusses how to get the most out of your anti-aging skincare products.
We combine the latest advancements in dermatology with a holistic approach to patient care. As a board-certified dermatologist, my practice offers prescription medication, surgical treatments and laser therapies. As an osteopathic physician, I also offer counseling on the benefits of living an overall healthy lifestyle through exercise, the use of high-powered antioxidants and the advantages of organic, wholesome nutrition for optimum health and beauty.
Celebrity Doctor, Tony Nakhla, reveals the 5 best foods for health & beauty. Read more here.
Dr. Nakhla teaches Self Magazine readers how to speed-up their skin care beauty regime.
Julie Roberts, 44, says she avoids Botox. Given how smooth her skin appears for a middle-age woman, many aren’t swallowing it. Skin care expert, Dr. Tony Nakhla, chimes in on the discussion.
4 Reasons You’ll Get Skin Cancer. Dr. Tony Nakhla weighs in.
The Academy Awards is filled with actresses who look like a million bucks. But in truth, the star might actually be worth more than a million bucks, and pay almost nothing at all. Dr. Nakhla discusses celebrity red carpet looks.
Actress Kate Walsh says Botox and scalpels aren’t for her. But like Gwyneth Paltrow, she says she’s fine with another type of cosmetic medicine: Laser treatments. Dr. Nakhla discusses cosmetic treatments for celebrities.
Dr. Tony Nakhla discusses the truth about tanning.
Obsession with Body Image. Learn about dysmorphia with Dr. Tony Nakhla’s medical insight.
Would you spend $13,000 on a face cream? See what Dr. Tony Nakhla has to say about it.
“Your skin tells the story of your days in the sun, but it also reflects the general health of your internal organs and your entire body as a whole,” Dr. Nakhla.
The smartest protection for the hottest time of the year. Dr. Nakhla discusses the newest FDA guidelines regarding sunscreen labels.