“Culturally, I come from a long lineage of healers, teachers, and artists. So I think it’s my place to be a leader in the healing arts. I also grew up in a family and a culture that believed in helping other people,” says board-certified plastic surgeon Shirley Madhere, M.D., the woman who coined the term holistic plastic surgery. “Through the science of beauty, you can help people and have a tremendous impact.” In this episode of Clean Beauty School, host and mbg beauty director Alexandra Engler chats with Madhere about her rules of beauty, why support systems are important, and how to look better for longer. Plus, who’s had "good work” done.
-Follow Shirley Madhere, M.D. and learn more about her practice
-Listen to her podcast Forever Fab
-Learn more about the holistic nutrition program with the Institute of Integrative Nutrition
-Why support systems are important for recovery
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