Each year, millions of Americans tune in to watch Hollywood’s Academy Awards. Famous faces strut the red-carpet and grace television screens and magazine covers with ageless faces, firm figures and flawless glowing skin, keeping the paparazzi and fans speculating about what they do to stay looking so youthful. So, what are the celebrity’s secrets?
NewBeauty Magazine Editor and National Morning Show Contributor Sarah Eggenberger and celebrity doctor, Dr. Julius Few, come together to reveal Hollywood’s best kept secrets when turning back the hands of time.
Sarah Eggenberger – She can be regularly seen on The TODAY Show, EXTRA, The Steve Harvey Show, Anderson Live, NBC New York Live, Hallmark, CBS and Fox. Sarah is an Editor-at-Large for NewBeauty Magazine representing the publication on TV segments and videos. Sarah is also TODAY.com style contributor reporting on the latest trends and beauty essays. She has authored the book “Guide to Product Selection” which educates readers in selecting the best skincare for their needs. She contributed to the book “Tic, Tock Stop the Clock” that serves as an easy-to-use, anti-aging manual. Additionally, she is a regular contributor to health and beauty articles for top national and trade publications.
Dr. Julius Few – He can be seen across leading media channels including CBS News, ABC News, CNN, NBC News, Fox News, The Wall Street Journal, Crain’s Business, Good Morning America, 20/20, Health Magazine, The Chicago Sun Times, The Chicago Tribune, WEB MD, Washingtonian Magazine and more, weighing in on topics ranging from injectables and less invasive cosmetic procedures to scarring and ethnic skin. Dr. Few serves as a Clinical Professor for the Division of Plastic Surgery at the University of Chicago and Director of the Cosmetic Rotation. He is a past president of the Illinois Society of Plastic Surgeons. He received his medical degree from the University Of Chicago Pritzker School Of Medicine and completed his residency in general surgery at the University of Michigan Medical Center, followed by plastic surgery training at Northwestern University.
Interview provided by NewBeauty Magazine