In the world of fashion magazines, beauty editors have often relied on prominent dermatologists and plastic surgeons to keep them current on advances in cosmetic medicine. This relationship has benefited magazines eager for beauty scoops and doctors seeking visibility — and patients.
But now the Food and Drug Administration has cracked down on one of the most widely quoted cosmetic doctors, sending shudders through the ranks of opinion leaders in fashion publishing and vanity medicine. Read the FDA Warning Letter here. Download file