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How Makeup Can Improve Your Health

Summary: What are the ramifications of equating beauty with health?
Air Date: 1/8/16
Duration: 10
Host: Leigh Vinocur, MD
Guest Bio: Vivian Diller, PhD
Vivian DillerVivian Diller, Ph.D., is a clinical psychologist and psychosocial researcher from NYC. Prior to receiving her doctorate, Dr. Diller studied ballet at the Joffrey School and danced professionally with the Cincinnati Ballet Company.

After a career-ending injury, she became a Wilhelmina model, completed her undergraduate degree at City University of New York and went on to receive her Ph.D. from Albert Einstein College of Medicine. For over 20 years, Dr. Diller has researched the psychology behind beauty and aging contemporary culture.

Her book, Face It: What Women Really Feel as Their Looks Change, is now in paperback and translated around the world. She serves as a media expert on television, radio, magazines and blogs. She consults for fashion, cosmetic, hair and skincare companies, and with PR and marketing research firms providing insight into consumer needs.
How Makeup Can Improve Your Health
Do you notice a difference in your mood after you've gotten your hair cut, treated yourself to a facial, gotten a mani/pedi, or put on some lipstick before going out?

According to a recent study by CVS that complied evidence over the past 20 years, taking time for personal care has significant short - and long - term health benefits.

What are the ramifications of equating beauty with health?

Vivian Diller, PhD, shares research that proves makeup can improve your health.