Herschthal Practice Media Coverage

Before beginning a new treatment at our practice, some patients may like to see reviews or other information about The Herschthal Practice in the media. Here, patients can find the media coverage they are looking for. The Herschthal Practice is located in Boca Raton, FL, and welcomes patients from Delray, Boynton Beach and the surrounding areas.

4 Natural Skin-Care Ingredients That’ll Transform Your Skin

Dr. Jordana Herschthal discusses some of the natural wonders that are generating buzz and transforming complexions.
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The Biggest SPF Myths, Debunked

Dr. David Herschthal sets the record straight.

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Dr. Jordana Herschthal, The Herschthal Practice Named to Prestigious Network by Aesthetics Biomedical

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If you have any questions about our practice or would like to schedule an initial consultation, contact us (LINK) today. The Herschthal Practice, each patient receives the full attention of our dedicated doctors. Using a number of advanced dermatologic techniques, we help patients in Fort Lauderdale, Boca Raton and Boynton Beach, FL, improve and maintain their skin health.

What Our Patients Say

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I love Dr. J, she is the best. She is so talented at what she does and I always trust her judgement not to overdue things and maintain an age appropriate natural look. Patient since 2015

Katherine Peterson

I see Dr Jordan Herschthal. She takes her time listening and is very knowledgable. I feel confident in her care… and she is very nice:)

Patti Poff

Dr Herschthal is excellent. Extremely thorough and knowledgeable. I would highly recommend Dr. Herschthal.

Ken Anenberg

Herschthal Practice Media Coverage

Herschthal Practice Media Coverage
The exact percentage of people deficient in this important vitamin varies as it depends highly on which groups are assessed as well as location. For example, those who live above a certain latitude (37 degrees North) in the United States are at much greater risk for vitamin D deficiency than us lucky Floridians who can get an ample amount with a responsible amount of sun exposure.

Vitamin D is a prohormone that was once thought only to be of major importance to skeletal and bone health but has since been found to be key in several major hormonal responses in the body. In layman’s terms, vitamin D is exceedingly important for your vitality and energy levels as well as hormone balance.

Get Vitamin D from the Sun Safely
The best way to receive vitamin D is from direct sunlight. However, it’s well known that the powerful UVB (and UVA) radiation that direct sunlight exposes you to can be harmful not only to your overall health by magnifying the chances of skin cancer, but it can also prematurely age your skin due to damage and wear from the exposure.

Safely getting vitamin D from the sun comes down to exposing yourself responsibly to the sun for a “goldilocks” amount of time. Experts agree on a range of 10-30 minutes a few times a week being sufficient enough depending on your complexion. Lighter skinned individuals have an easier time getting vitamin D from the sun and require far less exposure.