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Brooke Burke-Charvet dives into health, fitness, relationships, food, beauty, aging, spiritual wellness, parenting and maybe even a little sex. Or maybe a lot. Just like life itself, there’s no predicting, because it’s all on the table in a freewheeling, light-hearted, transparent discussion about the things that matter most.



Aug 29, 2017

Bonus Episode: This episode is from an archive of Brooke’s previous show, “The Naked Mom.”

Have you ever wanted to hear from some of the most respected cosmetic surgeons in Beverly Hills? Brooke continues her look into “Beauty Deconstructed” by getting the perspectives of a uniquely qualified group of professionals at the innovative Roxbury Institute in Beverly Hills, CA. She talks with the Institute’s founder, Dr. David Amron, surgical specialist Dr. Jamie Schwartz and Nurse Practitioner Chelsea Hagopian, about all the ins and outs of cosmetic procedures both surgical and otherwise. They cover the ways people can make the best decisions about what to do – and not to do – when considering cosmetic procedures. Why is it important not to come in to a plastic surgeon with a demand for a specific procedure? How do you find the best practitioner? What is “board certified” and why is it important? With so many options available, from botox to fillers, liposuction, lasers and of course, surgery, decision-making before moving forward is crucial. Dr. Schwartz also talks about his background in reconstructive breast surgery whether it’s a post breast cancer reconstruction or correcting a previous a bad surgical outcome and the importance of finding out each specific patient’s physical and emotional needs. Brooke also shares her own personal experience with a “vampire facial” at the institute. You can find The Roxbury Institute at‏ Find Brooke on social media at @BrookeBurke and find our show at @NakedMomPod This episode of The Naked Mom Podcast is brought to you by Skechers. Find them at Producer: David Harte, Editor: Gabe Harder, Music: Would Work Sound