Top Cosmetic Dermatologist, Dr. Oscar Hevia Commends Fair Skinned Celebrities
El Más Reconocido Dermatólogo Cosmético, Dr. Oscar Hevia, Eloga estrellas de piel clara
(Miami, Florida) July 12, 2011 – Millions of impressionable teens and young adults look to popular personalities in entertainment for the latest trends, but with the cast of the hit TV show “Jersey Shore” glorifying and obsessing over being constantly tan using tanning beds, they disregard the dangers associated with the activity, creating a false sense of safety in these young minds.
Dr. Oscar Hevia, a revered cosmetic dermatologist, commends the Hollywood elite, including Kristen Stewart, Nicole Kidman, Scarlet Johansson, Anne Hathaway, and Taylor Swift who seem to have retreated from the once necessary accessory of being “tan.” As they opt for their natural skin coloring even if they are fair-skinned, these individuals serve as excellent examples for achieving a natural glow that only comes from skin that has been cared for by proper cleansing, moisturizing, and continuous protection.
When it comes to deciding whether to tan or to go sans-tan, young sun worshipers often do not consider the future harmful consequences of stepping into a tanning booth or laying for extended hours in the sun. They have not anticipated such affects as the hardening of the skin which results in the “leather” look, or the tangible scare of skin cancer.
According to research by the Skin Care Foundation, “Melanoma is now the most common form of cancer in young adults 25-29 years old, and the second most common form of cancer in adolescents and young adults ages 15-29.”
“The concern of skin cancer from UV rays and tanning beds is genuine,” states Dr Hevia, Founder of Hevia Cosmetic Dermatology. “Having one of the nation’s leading skin cancer physicians, Dr. Cohen, on staff at the clinic allows our clientele to have access to his expertise and screenings on a regular basis.”
Hopefully with Hollywood changing the image of what “beauty” is, many more young women and men will begin to feel more comfortable with their natural coloring, and won’t feel the pressure to damage their skin by stepping into the tanning booth.