Dr. Rubinstein in the Media

KTLA Prime News
Removing Excess Baggage Under the Eyes.

When people age, they get what appears to be bags under the eyes. In actuality, it’s loss of tissue. Surgery was the only option to correct the problem, but now there’s a minimally invasive procedure that uses Restylane injections. Restylane is a type of hyrauluronic acid found naturally in the human body that can be used as a filler. Results are immediate and last up to 6 months. Dermatologist Gene Rubinstein specializes in the procedure and will do it live on one of his patients.

KTLA Prime News
ArteFill Permanent Wrinkle Filler

The newest filler to enter the US market is the first PERMANENT filler approved by the FDA.  Marta Waller, KTLA Health Reporter speaks with Dr. Rubinstein about the benefits of ArteFill.    

Extra! TV
Dr. Rubinstein and Dancing with the Stars’ Carrie Ann Inaba

How does Carrie Ann Inaba keep her skin looking HD TV ready, she visits her Dermatologist, Dr. Gene Rubinstein. After a Visia Skin Analysis, Carrie Ann gets a PhotoFacial and an Oxygen Facial. See more in this Extra!TV video clip.

Style Network “How Do I Look?”

Episode 620: Sporting a New Look

A sports radio deejay and volunteer firefighter had her rugged side smoothed over with style. Connie was treated to an Introceuticals Hyperbaric Oxygen Facial facial and laser treatment from Dr. Rubinstein. Her skin was cleansed with Clarisonic Skin Cleansing Brush.

KTLA Prime News
Aluma Skin Renewal and Tightening

Dr. Gene Rubinstein demonstrates Aluma skin tightening procedure on KTLA Prime News with Marta Waller.

The Aluma system with FACES technology works by creating a controlled volume of heated tissue in the dermis (deeper skin layers). Improving on earlier technology such as Thermage, Aluma’s technology is truly a breakthrough approach to treatment.


Watch Dr. Rubinstein discussing acne and acne scarring on PBS

Dr. Rubinstein discusses the most advanced acne and acne scar treatments on a popular PBS program American Health Journal.
Fraxel laser, Photodynamic Therapy and other treatments are discussed by Dr. Rubinstein.

NBC News
What Women Do to Wear High Heels

Dr. Rubinstein talks about Restylane and Botox injections in the feet with Dr. Bruce Hensel on KNBC 4.

Hyperhydrosis (excessive sweating) of the feet and thin skin in the ball of the foot prevent many women from wearing high heels. Botox and Restylane injections are used to create a soft cushion and less slippery feet. Enjoy your Manolos!


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