Dr. Neinstein contributed to a December 2017 issue of Life & Style magazine. Click on the image below to read the story!
Neinstein Plastic Surgery in the news
Interviews, guest posts and media clippings featuring Dr. Ryan Neinstein.
Yes, the women who boldly and confidently embrace the signs of birth that their bodies bear are incredibly inspiring. Whether you’re seeing them at the beach with their families or in a selfie on Instagram, women who roar are making us all a little more comfortable in our post-baby bodies. But different women have different levels of comfortability with (literal) birth marks, and it’s OK to remedy them if you personally want to. There are a plethora of home remedies being touted these days, but one new one caught my eye. Can apple cider vinegar get rid of stretch marks? I turned to some experts to find out, and there seems to be a discrepancy of professional opinion.
New York City-based plastic surgeon Dr. Ryan Neinstein says there is reason to believe it’s worth a try. According to Neinstein, the benefits of this particular vinegar go back thousands of years, as it is recorded that Hippocrates prescribed a mixture of honey and apple cider vinegar for treatment of various diseases in the year 400 B.C.
Neinstein explains to Romper in an exclusive interview, “Apple cider vinegar’s antioxidant properties are believed to help prevent stretch marks that inflammatory conditions like pregnancy can create. A common at-home strategy is to fill a spray bottle with a cup of apple cider vinegar and spray it on the stretch mark areas at night, allowing it to dry and take effect. Anecdotally it seems to be helping.”
If you’ve ever had Indian food, you’ve had garam masala (it’s great in this egg recipe). One of the most popular Indian spice blends, it’s absolutely loaded with flavor and health benefits thanks to ingredients like peppercorns, cinnamon, cloves, and you guessed it—breast milk-supply helpers like fenugreek. “It may act like estrogen in the body,” shares Ryan Neinstein, MD, of NYC Surgical Associates. “Recently, it was found that this herb induces a significant increase in milk production in women.”