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MEL by Dollar Shave Club: Summer Grooming for Men - July, 2019
MEL by Dollar Shave Club: Summer Grooming for Men - July, 2019

“Heat stimulates the sebaceous glands, which secrete oil, and the eccrine glands, which product sweat,” says Toronto dermatologist Lisa Kellett.

FLARE.com: Kylie Skin Walnut Scrub - May 15, 2019
FLARE.com: Kylie Skin Walnut Scrub - May 15, 2019

According to Dr. Lisa Kellett, a dermatologist at Toronto’s DLK on Avenue, walnut powder *can* be an irritant, depending on your skin type.

Sparkleshinylove.com: DLK Power Program - May 15, 2019
Sparkleshinylove.com: DLK Power Program - May 15, 2019

My first visit prior to trying anything was a consultation directly with the Doctor – Dr. Lisa Kellett.

Globalnews.com: Experts Discuss Kylie Jenner's Walnut Scrub - May 15, 2019
Globalnews.com: Experts Discuss Kylie Jenner's Walnut Scrub - May 15, 2019

Dr. Lisa Kellett, a dermatologist at DLK on Avenue, expresses similar concerns about the scrub and its use of walnut-shell powder. “The issue is this: not everyone is ideal to use that product and not everyone is ideal to use that product daily,” said Kellett.

HELLO! Canada: Summer Skin - May 9, 2019
HELLO! Canada: Summer Skin - May 9, 2019

“To get your feet in shape, use a foot file to get rid of dead skin cells,” says Dr. Lisa Kellett, dermatologist and founder of Toronto dermatology clinic DLK on Avenue.

Feverish News: Collagen Powder - March 15, 2019
Feverish News: Collagen Powder - March 15, 2019

There are many types of collagen powders out there, these days. Most are made from animal parts (and as Dr. Kellett says, you can never quite be sure what you’re getting) or fish scales.

Chatelaine: Edible Collagen - Feb 22, 2019
Chatelaine: Edible Collagen - Feb 22, 2019

“There’s very little evidence-based medicine to show that collagen is effective as an anti-aging treatment,” says Lisa Kellett, a Toronto dermatologist.

La Petite Noob: Cosmetic Enhancement Q&A - February 6, 2019
La Petite Noob: Cosmetic Enhancement Q&A - February 6, 2019

Our conversation started much like a typical consultation for treatment would begin for cosmetic enhancements and skincare options. Dr. Kellett went through my intake form, and made sure to get an overall idea of my general health before proceeding with the consultation. Health, after all, does come into play when considering any sort of cosmetic enhancements – it is your body.

Weddingbells: Wedding-Ready Skin - February 2018
Weddingbells: Wedding-Ready Skin - February 2018

Dr. Lisa Kellett owner of DLK on Avenue has introduced an incredible 4-in-1 treatment that leaves skin looking absolutely radiant.

Chronicle of Cosmetic Medicine + Surgery, Autumn 2018
Chronicle of Cosmetic Medicine + Surgery, Autumn 2018

For patients who have very fine lines, such as around the eyes and mouth, I do not recommend chasing them with a filler. Instead, a product such as Restylane’s Skinboosters can be used.

Global News: Winter Acne | November 21, 2018
Global News: Winter Acne | November 21, 2018

“I always ask patients to bring in their products and extensively review their skincare to ensure they are not contributing to acne.” – Dr. Lisa Kellett

THE KIT: Boardroom Botox - October 30, 2018
THE KIT: Boardroom Botox - October 30, 2018

Many non-invasive treatments literally can be done over a work lunch hour without anyone knowing, says Kellett…

ELLE Canada: Switching to natural makeup - October 29 2018
ELLE Canada: Switching to natural makeup - October 29 2018

Of course, how you apply your makeup will also ensure that your look lasts through lunch, dinner and drinks. Regular exfoliation is key, says Dr. Lisa Kellett…

Weddingbells: Prejuvenation -Fall/Winter 2018
Weddingbells: Prejuvenation -Fall/Winter 2018

According to Dr. Lisa Kellett, prejuvenation is everything from skin treatments to injectables with the focus on preserving your natural appearance.

Global News: Sugar Face | September 12, 2018
Global News: Sugar Face | September 12, 2018

But some professionals are not convinced. “Sugar face” is not a medical diagnosis, said Dr. Lisa Kellett of DLK on Avenue in Toronto.