We know that episode title sounds hyperbolic, but it’s true! Dr. Deborah Sarnoff is a dermatologist and the president of the Skin Cancer Foundation, and her goal in life if to help you not get skin cancer. She’s sharing her protection tips, stories of saving lives, and information you need. But it’s not all so serious! In this episode, we also discuss why Jenn should never cut her own hair, what to do about pale blotches on your skin, and the new “flexible” formulas of foundation and concealer.
Below are links to the people, topics, and products mentioned in this episode. If you have any questions (or just want to say hi) reach out to us on Instagram, Twitter or via email (firstname.lastname@example.org).
hairstylist Jon Reyman - Jenn’s hairstylist at Spoke & Weal
Dr. Dendy Engelman
Dr. Dendy’s episode of Fat Mascara
more info on Idiopathic Guttate Hypomelanosis (IGH)
Dominique Bossavvy - the cosmetic tattoo artist who can fill in stretch marks and pale blotches with pigment
Shiseido Synchro Skin Self Refreshing Foundation ($47, 30 shades) - This is the new foundation Jenn talked about. It launches in September and we’ll add a link as soon as it goes on sale
Milk Makeup Flex Concealer
Glossier Stretch Concealer
The Skin Cancer Foundation
Dr. Perry Robins - founder president of The Skin Cancer Foundation
@drpipplepopper - aka Dr. Sandra Lee
Tip: Dr. Sarnoff highly recommends children’s sunscreen to protect your eye area!
Destination Healthy Skin - The Skin Cancer Foundation’s mobile skin cancer education and screening program
Chiron Health: What is Telemedicine?
NYU Langone Health Virtual Urgent Care
UV Shield Fingerless Gloves - if you love gel manis!
#RaiseAWand - Visit our Amazon.com store to shop our favorite “Raise A Wand” products (well, at least the ones available on Amazon)
Mary Kay Satin Body Silkening Shea Lotion
Skinfix Resurface+ AHA Renewing Cream
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