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Looking younger is an eternal wish, and 2020 has inspired an additional goal: looking healthy. “There’s a movement toward skincare that’s part of wellness, immunity-boosting and staying healthy,” says Dr. Victoria Cirillo-Hyland of the Cirillo Institute in Bryn Mawr. “It’s one of the silver linings of the pandemic.”
Without visits to doctors’ offices for Botox and fillers from March to June, patients had to make do at home. “Just as we turned to YouTube and other sources for exercise options when the gyms closed, we were looking for different options for skincare,” says Dr. Michele Ziskind, whose practice is based in Paoli.