Dr. Bruce Robinson in the News

Dr. Robinson named one of the NYC Super Doctors 2022

Dr. Bruce Robinson, nominated by his peers & recognized as the best in his field to the Super Doctors New York-2022 for the second consecutive year. Every year MSP Communications compiles a list  of SuperDoctors in New York, physicians that have been practicing for over 10 years are listed in a special advertising section in the New York Times Magazine.  These rankings are compiled from thousands of recommendations by physicians in the New York area and represent approximately 5% of the area’s physicians.

The Best Aftershaves, According to Grooming Experts and Dermatologists

Fussy groomers today have their pick of multitasking gels and balms and liquids that hydrate, exfoliate, and even tone skin. Here, grooming experts and dermatologists including Dr Bruce Robinson point out the best aftershaves for a range of skin types. The article appears in New York Magazine's The Strategist column.

Dealing with the Asian Tiger Mosquito

Asian tiger mosquitos are an aggressive new species that are hard to stop, hard to get rid of, and an increasing annoyance. Dr Robinson told the Wall Street Journal that to reduce the chances of getting bitten, the best personal protection comes from products that contain DEET. His advice can be found on the Wall Street Journal website.

Watching Nails Grow

The New York Times turned to Bruce Robinson for answers on why fingernails grow, and what influeces their growth. He noted that nails “reach their peak growth in the second and third decades, with a slight decline thereafter.” For the reasons why, visit the NY Times website.

19 Reasons to Add Honey to Your Beauty Routine

Dr. Robinson discusses how honey is a natural antibacterial, prevents infection, expedites healing and is a natural skin clarifier in this article on the benefits of natural honey for TotalBeauty.com.  He discusses how honey, a natural anti-oxidant, acts as an anti-aging agent.

Surprising Things That Can Increase Sun Sensitivity

US News and World Report recently interviewed Dr Bruce Robinson for an article entitled: "Surprising Things That Can Increase Sun Sensitivity"

The ABCDE's of checking yourself for melanoma

Melanoma is serious. Fortunately, evaluating that spot on your skin for the possiblity of skin cancer is as easy as A-B-C-D-E. That's what Amanda MacMillan of self.com found out when she interviewed Dr. Bruce Robinson about the topic.

Tick Bite Symptoms You Shouldn't Ignore (And Some That Never Show)

Tick bite symptoms don’t always show up to warn you that you’ve got Lyme disease, but you do need to pay attention to them. Bruce Robinson, MD, a clinical professor of dermatology at Lenox Hill Hospital in New York City, describes what you need to look out for in this Healthyway article.

Dermatologists Say These Are the Most Commonly Under-Used Products and Ingredients

To put commonly overlooked skin-care superstars on your radar, we tapped board-certified dermatologists, including Dr. Bruce Robinson, to give us the lowdown on the best-of-the-best products to lay your hands on this winter... 

10 Ways to Control Nighttime Sweats When You Have Hyperhidrosis

Excessive sweat is a challenging condition to live with — and if you experience excessive sweating primarily at night, it’s often a sign of what’s called secondary hyperhidrosis. Dr. Robinson offers tips that can really help.

Affordable skincare products that are great for teenage skin

Dealing with skin issues as a teenager can feel annoying, to say the least.  However, there are ways to have a good skincare routine without breaking the bank or wasting hours. Dr. Bruce Robinson, a board-certified adult and pediatric dermatologist based in New York City offers advice on the other side of the link.

Sunscreen for Kids and Babies: What to Look For and What to Avoid

One of the most important steps to keep your little one safe in summer is to shield that delicate skin from the sun. Even a couple of bad sunburns ups the risk of skin cancer later in life. See what Dr Bruce Robinson told the folks at "What To Expect" about making good sunscreen choices.

What To Do When The Bedbugs Bite

Bedbug bites can cause extreme irritation, discomfort, and even insomnia stemming from anxiety about being bitten while asleep. Dr. Bruce Robinson shared valuable information about the bugs, the bites, and the treatments with Prevention magazine.

7 Foods That Make You Look Older...and what to eat instead.

Eating too much sugar is one of the things that may make your skin look older, according to Bruce Robinson in this story from Women's Health.  Sugar can damage collagen fibers, making them unable to repair themselves.  There's more good advice in the original online story online.

7 Tips for Baby Skin Care

A baby's skin is extra-sensitive, so proper care is essential. Maladies like diaper rash are easy to treat, when an expert like Bruce Robinson steps in with good advice. The best baby skin care tips are often also the simplest. WebMD has the full story.

What are tattoo removal creams and do they work?

Anyone who's gotten a tattoo they later regret has wished for a magical cream to make it all go away. And although the likelihood of such a cream has always been a distant dream, a string of "tattoo removal creams" has emerged over the past few years, claiming the ability to erase your unwanted ink. TODAY Style consulted experts, including Dr Bruce Robison, to find out!

Summer skin soothers MDs swear by

Outdoor fun can be tough on little ones’ skin, leaving them with minor itches and ouches. To the rescue: natural remedies doctors use to soothe their own kids’ seasonal skin woes. Dr. Robinson describes the surprising way you can easily treat poison ivy...Click here to learn about his unexpected but effective remedy.

Beauty Editor Jane Larkworthy's Winter Skincare Diary

Iconic Beauty Editor Jane Larkworthy - with 20,000 Instagram followers – writes in industry trend setting publication Into The Gloss that "Dermatologist Bruce Robinson created JAS - Just Amazing Skincare for sensitive skin…with Aloe and Tea Tree oils….So soothing….and we have a newcomer!  JAS Anti-Aging Retinol Cream against Retinol Reform!” 

Road Test: Hanacure Face Mask

Ever since Drew Barrymore posted selfies on Instagram showing the creepy Hanacure face mask contorting her skin, this beauty craze out of Korea has consistently sold out. "Modern technology has made it easier to mix various active compounds to deliver beautiful results," says New York dermatologist Dr. Bruce Robinson, a clinical professor of dermatology at Lenox Hill Hospital and spokesperson for the American Academy of Dermatology, whose own JAS Just Amazing Skincare line combines multi-effect treatments into one cream. Read the rest of the story by clicking here.

These are the safest, least harmful sunscreens for your skin this summer

We checked in with several local experts, including a respected dermatologist with his own line of natural skincare products, and the owner and founder of a new hyped local beauty boutique, to get a better idea of what we should be looking for. Here's who we talked to and what we found...

A Look At JAS Skincare: A Simple Yet Effective Line

"Here’s why I love JAS, the natural, plant-based skin care line from New York Dermatologist Dr. Bruce Robinson. There are seven products in the line to choose from and each one is powerful and effective. My JAS routine consists of just five products making it super easy to stick to and follow. If you’re someone who prefers a simple routine that delivers the same results than that of a much more complicated one, JAS may be just the right fit for you." Read more...

Meet Dr. Bruce Robinson: Board Certified Dermatologist

Dr. Bruce Robinson, a native New Yorker, specializes in adult and pediatric dermatology, dermatologic surgery, cosmetic dermatology and laser surgery. His belief in relationship medicine and personalized attention for his patients has made him a trusted expert among clients and colleagues alike. In addition to running a successful practice, Dr. Robinson dedicates his time to community service and volunteers teaching medical students and medical and dermatology residents.  BITB spoke with Dr. Robinson about his passion for his career and the future of aesthetics.  Read more...

Natural, Plant-Based Skincare From a Local Dermatologist

We all have that one medicine cabinet stocked with unused products that either never worked or that we didn't love. Now, facial lotions, anti-aging creams, and eye-brightening serums cluttering coveted cabinet space may be a thing of the past, thanks to Larchmont resident Bruce Robinson, MD. Robinson created his own medical-grade botanical-based skincare line called Just Amazing Skincare (JAS), to ensure patients have access to products that deliver consistent results. Here's the rest of the story...

Finding the Hyperhidrosis Remedies That Work for You

Hyperhidrosis can be a bit of a mystery: In the case of primary hyperhidrosis — which may account for about 90 percent of people with the condition — there is no underlying cause for the excessive sweating, according to the International Hyperhidrosis Society (IHS). In contrast, secondary hyperhidrosis has an underlying cause. Dr. Bruce Robinson explains the details. 

6 Winter Beauty Boosters for Hair and Skin

Winter is the cruelest season — for all your body parts. But it has a silver lining — it’s the ideal time to stay indoors and indulge in self-care, and some ambitious beauty maintenance. Indulgent scrubs and special treatments can reverse winter's damage. Find out what leading experts including Dr. Bruce Robinson advised readers to do.

9 best anti-aging moisturizers, according to skincare experts

Anyone concerned with aging can find value in quality skincare products. We put out a call to dermatologists and estheticians asking for their opinions on which products available are ready to help you wage war on any unwanted skin issues plaguing your face. Experts included Dr. Bruce Robinson, MD, board certified adult and pediatric dermatologist in private practice who is also a clinical professor of Dermatology at Lenox Hill Hospital. Read more...