Join Our Twitter Chat With Celeb-Loved Dermatologist Dr. Fredric Brandt

10/08/2013 at 05:42 PM ET

Scarlett JohanssonCourtesy Dr. Brandt

Obsessing over those fine lines creeping up on your face? Contemplating botox? Feeling overwhelmed when you go to buy “anti-aging” products at the pharmacy? If you answered yes to one (or all) of these questions, then make sure you’re available this Thursday (10/10) at 4 p.m. EST.

Why? We’re hosting a Twitter chat with celeb-praised dermatologist Dr. Fredric Brandt (Kelly Ripa’s doc!), and our beauty editors go-to derm for facials, peels and yes, even Botox! Dr. Brandt will be dishing all about his popular new line, Do Not Age. (P.S.: Gwyneth Paltrow and Madonna are known fans of his skincare routines).

“Do Not Age truly represents the next frontier of anti-aging. When it comes to how we age, science has shown us that we don’t always have to accept what we were born with. Your DNA has programmed you to an extent, but now we’re cracking that DNA code and changing the skin-aging process,” Dr. Brandt explains. “We’ve cracked the code once and for all to develop an anti-aging breakthrough that not only reverses existing signs of age, but prevents future aging by teaching skin to act young at the cellular level.”

So be sure to Tweet us (@StyleWatchMag) your questions using the hashtag #AskDrB! And don’t forget to tune in Thursday at 4 p.m. EST to see Dr. Brandt’s (@drfredricbrandt) responses!

–Brittany Talarico

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