Dr Eric Treiber Dr. Eric is board certified dermatologist offering medical, surgical and cosmetic dermatology services. Dr. Eric is licensed dermatologist in the State of NY.
175 Purchase Street
NEW YORK, Rye New York, NY 10580 New York
Dr Eric Treiber
Dr. Eric is board certified dermatologist offering medical, surgical and cosmetic dermatology services. Dr. Eric is licensed dermatologist in the State of NY. I had never seen Dr. Eric S. Treiber before. He was very kind and informative and took the time to answer my questions in detail. I appreciated his honesty and will certainly see him again. Dr. Eric S. Treiber is very thorough in terms of examining me. He is caring and thorough and very professional. Dr. Eric S. Treiber is an excellent diagnostician. I came in for a cosmetic procedure. Just wanted to look youthful. He has a very artistic eye and knows. Drs like Dr Treiber do not exist anymore so if you can snatch an appointment with her I suggest you take it!. She's an expert in her field with a prodigious bedside manner. Thank you Dr Treiber for you! Cannot say anything less than great for Dr Treiber. She is a wonderful and accurate derm. Dr. Ruth is an exceptional physician. She is honest, thorough and devoted to her patients. Her staff is warm and welcoming, and I adore Cathy, her nurse. I've had several serious skin issues and i always trust that with Dr. Ruth, i am in capable hands. Dr Ruth Treibor is an incredibly talented and patient skin doctor and has identified problems that others missed. She is also extremely thorough and detailed and keep close track of every mark and blemish for safety and as a result as identified many early stage issues which she has been able to treat before they became a real problem. She is incredibly proactive and also helps me keep up with new ways of improving my skin tone and preventing further damage as I get older. She's the best! Dr Ruth Treiber is not only a well rounded dermatologist who is knowledgeable in every aspect of dermatology but she is also such a caring person. My dermatologist for over 10yrs . She has made me feel and look beautiful for every time I have been there. She has always guided me with her expertise in all her beauty enhancing services. I love her work and how it makes me feel when I leave her office. I would never leave her. Christine D.
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How Does Your Diet Affect Your Skin?

We’ve all heard the warnings before, “You’re breaking out! Lay off the sugary sweets!” or those warnings about oily, fried foods? Whether it’s our mom’s favorite skincare idioms, or a comment on random skincare blogs on the internet, food and diet has always been tied to our skin. And while our diet obviously is a major factor in our overall health, so it would definitely make sense that it has an effect on our skin – the debates on the topic never seem to end! According to Dr. Eric Treiberof Treiber Dermatology, the top dermatologist Rye, NY has to offer, the fact is that the health of our skin, especially when it comes to breakouts, does not directly come from the foods that we eat. However, having said that, the answer to the question isn’t that straightforward, and it requires some further explanation into the complexities of our skin and how exactly issues like acne come about. To some, the answer to the question is moreso a matter of word semantics than it is actual science – to further help you understand the complicated relationship between our diet and the health of our skin, Dr. Eric Treiber gives us this in-depth explanation on the subject.

Dr. Eric Treiber sees a number of patients with red, chafed, cracking hands every winter. In the winter, as the temperature drops, as does the humidity, causing whatever moisture in the air to evaporate far quicker, leaving your hands dry. In many cases, the skin becomes chapped, and begins to crack and even bleed. While it may not be overly dangerous for your health, it can be a painful, frustrating issue to deal with every winter. Dr. Eric Treiber MD, recommends a few tips on how to keep your hands moisturized in even the coldest temperatures this winter.

High Glycemic Foods & Carbs

Again, we want to stress that this link is indirect, but it definitely makes sense! Consuming high glycemic index simple carbs like white bread, pasta and refined sugars cause the release of IGF-1 growth hormone and insulin. This is generally linked to weight gain, however according to research It can now cause acne breakouts to occur.

Low Fat Dairy

This is something we have heard for years, and while many have argued against it – there is actually some basis of fact here. Apparently, low-fat dairy can cause hormones that cause inflammation within the body, and considering that acne is an inflammatory condition, breakouts can often occur in the short term.

According to Dr. Eric Treiber, the top dermatologist Rye, NY has in practice, while many patients at Treiber Dermatology use this argument as a basis to make the conclusion that that diet does cause acne – its more so a matter of your wording. The thing to understand is that what really causes acne is inflammation, especially when it is hormonal. Therefore, indirectly anything that can alter your hormones and because inner inflammation can affect acne. Considering this, the opposite can also be true – meaning some foods can certainly help you to reduce your inflammation and therefor your acne. According to research, foods high in polyphenols are known to act as antioxidants and reduce the presence of inflammation. Polyphenols can be found in many plant-based foods like nuts, berries, fruits, green veggies, dark chocolate and much more. For more information on acne issues and how to prevent future breakouts, be sure to contact TREIBER DERMATOLOGY today.