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The Dr. Dustin Podcast

May 22, 2020

Join Dustin Portela (Between Two Derms) and Doctor Heather Rogers as they talk about her experience as a dermatologist and the world of skincare. They get into how simple dermatology can be for you, how to spend less on skincare with the same results, and how multipurpose items may not be the best option for you. Heather also talks about starting her skincare line, the products she has available, and how she uses them for her patients. Stay tuned to know the three things that are vital to skincare!


By the end of the episode, you will learn that beauty doesn’t need to be complicated and understand the value your promised before buying any product or before having any procedure.




About Doctor Rogers:


Dr. Rogers attended Stanford University & The University of Washington School of Medicine. She headed east to NYC for her dermatology residency at Columbia University Medical Center where she served as chief resident. She then completed two procedural dermatology fellowships with extensive training in Mohs micrographic surgery, surgical reconstruction, laser procedures and aesthetics. She remained on faculty at Columbia until returning to Seattle in 2009. She lectures nationally, has published numerous articles and book chapters and is an active member of the American Academy of Dermatology Media Expert Team.

Dr. Rogers’ skin care regime includes an antioxidant then moisturizer and sunscreen with at least 10 percent zinc oxide to her face, neck and chest every morning. Nightly, she washes her face with a gentle cleanser, applies a retinol product, then a moisturizer. She is not married to a single brand line and believes that the best results are achieved when a variety of clinically-proven active ingredients are used regularly on the skin.

Like most independent brands, RESTORE had a give-back program whereby each year it donates tubes of its Healing Balm to cancer hospitals for patients to use post-radiation. In March, when a Seattle nurse emailed Dr. Rogers for a recommendation to cure her dry hands, RESTORE decided to donate 10k tubes of Healing Balm to frontline healthcare workers. Additionally, RESTORE donated one hundred tubes to the only Navy dermatologist treating patients and healthcare workers at the Javits Center who were suffering from sores on their faces from wearing masks. The requests from healthcare workers and other frontline individuals continue to pour in so RESTORE has vowed to donate another 10k tubes in the coming weeks. You can follow for more on this story or if you are a healthcare worker, email for more information.


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