Premiering Tuesday, May 26, 2009: DermTV.com with Dr. Neal Schultz
NEW YORK, NY (Wednesday, May 20th, 2009) -- There is a renowned dermatologist with over 30 years of “skin-sight” at his disposal, who offers consultations and makes house calls in every city and town in every state, every country and every continent – at no charge whatsoever. Though it may sound “too good to be true,” it’s not. It’s the spirit behind DermTV (www.DermTV.com), the Internet’s first daily skincare video show hosted by Dr. Neal Schultz, one of New York’s most trusted and respected dermatologists, who demonstrates and reveals expert tips and techniques that provide real solutions to real skincare issues.
“My goal for DermTV is to provide people with objective knowledge, eliminate disinformation, and empower them to achieve younger, better, and overall healthier looking skin,” explains Dr. Schultz. “With the techniques, tips and technology they learn from DermTV, viewers will be able to create visible results, help to prevent premature aging of their skin and skin cancer, and have younger looking and healthier skin. I also want to enable them to reach out to me directly as a new resource for their personal skincare questions.”
Dr. Schultz created DermTV to demystify skincare and correct the disinformation so commonplace in the general public. By utilizing everything you can learn from DermTV, you may no longer have to trek to a dermatologist’s office – that’s if you have a trusted dermatologist nearby – or waste money on fool’s gold at the pharmacy in your quest to solve your latest skincare issue. With DermTV, Dr. Schultz is committed to making best-in-class skincare information accessible to anyone and everyone.
Every weekday, DermTV’s host, Dr. Schultz, will offer objective, non-biased positions on skincare’s most timely issues, products, medications, procedures – any and everything under the damaging sun. Topics include:
• The best at-home techniques and new technologies for facial rejuvenation
• Preventing and repairing sun damage – from wrinkles to skin cancer
• Breaking news in dermatology
• And general skincare topics
In order for Dr. Schultz to cover your skincare question, all you have to do is ask it by clicking the “Ask Dr. Schultz” link on DermTV.com and the topic of your question may become the subject of a future video (anonymity is par for the course, of course). Most importantly, Dr. Schultz is not bound by skincare endorsements, so full disclosure on skincare needs makes for a refreshingly unbiased and honest approach to skin solutions.
“I love that with DermTV I can provide a personalized approach to sharing everything I’ve learned about anti-aging, sun-damage protection, and general skincare,” says Dr. Schultz. “I can record a video of myself and then someone across the country can watch it. It makes me feel like I can sit down with them and talk, one on one.”
The inspiration behind DermTV is Dr. Schultz’s belief that everyone can have beautiful, healthy, younger looking skin regardless of their financial and geographic situation.
Through long and short videos updated daily, Dr. Schultz will show you how by sharing what he’s learned over the storied course of his career.
DermTV… healthy looking skin is just a click away: www.DermTV.com.
About Dr. Neal Schultz
Dr. Neal Schultz is a cosmetic/medical dermatologist in private practice in New York City, who has been helping his patients’ achieve healthy, beautiful, and younger-looking skin for over thirty years. Dr. Schultz is consistently awarded “Top Doctor” by New York magazine and Castle Connolly Medical. He received his Medical Degree from The College of Physicians and Surgeons of Columbia University and received his dermatology training and board certification at The Mt. Sinai Hospital in New York City, where he is as a clinical professor.
To schedule an interview with Dr. Schultz, or to learn more about DermTV, please contact: Misty Koons (mkoons [at] behrmanpr.com), Christoph Miller (cmiller [at] behrmanpr.com), or Roxanne Ierino (rierino [at] behrmanpr.com) at Behrman Communications, 212-986-7000.