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Breaking Beauty | Dr. Shereene Idriss, AKA #PillowTalkDerm Serving The Real Tea On Skin Care Scams
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Carlene Higgins and Jill Dunn
Published 10 November 2021
Breaking Beauty

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As a leading board-certified dermatologist with a posh new practice overlooking Bryant Park, Dr. Shereene Idriss, AKA #PillowTalkDerm has amassed more than 350K-strong Instagram fans who come for her epic junk science takedowns, and stay for the real talk on routines, ingredient 101 and more.

In today’s episode, the Pillow Talk Derm breaks down current trending topics, from skincare “microdosing” to TikTok-famous trends like chlorophyll water and DIY salt water sprays.

Find out why Dr. Idriss believes hyaluronic acid is way overhyped, and why it could be causing more harm than good, along with the #1 product from The Ordinary that she believes is worth the hashtags.

Plus, find out why she does her bedtime routine well before dinner, how-to treat dry lips using her trademark “basting” technique, and hear early clues on her very own skincare line that she’s been busy working on behind the scenes.

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