Dr. Jeff Samuelson attended UCLA and graduated with a degree in Economics. He went on to graduate from the University of Health Sciences, The Chicago Medical School, Alpha Omega Alpha in 1989. Dr. Samuelson completed his internship at Letterman Army Medical Center at the Presidio of San Francisco in 1990 and successfully completed his residency in 1996 in Dermatology at Fitzsimons Army Medical Center in Denver, Colorado. Dr. Samuelson is Board Certified by the American Board of Dermatology and is a member of the American Academy of Dermatology.
After completing his dermatology residency, Dr. Samuelson completed training in Moh’s micrographic surgery and has performed over 10,000 cases in his practice in the Minneapolis area. In addition to skin cancer treatment, he has extensive experience in cosmetic dermatology with Botox, fillers (Juvederm, Restylane, Radiesse, Sculptra,), and laser/light treatments. Dr. Samuelson had a private practice in Minneapolis, Minnesota for the past 15 years and is following his dream finally and moving back home to sunny California.
Dr. Samuelson was born and raised in Southern California. He currently lives in Edina, MN with his wife while his three daughters attend University of Wisconsin Madison, UCLA, and the University of San Diego. His hobbies include reading history and philosophy, following UCLA athletics, Nordic-skiing, and cycling.
Sun exposure, air pollution, cigarette smoke, ozone and other environmental toxins create DNA damage which is a factor in the development of skin cancer and premature aging of the skin. Elizabeth Arden RX's Triple Protection Factor SPF 50+ provides three levels of protection against DNA damage.
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Did you know, low iron can be a reversible cause of hair loss especially in women of child bearing age? Iron is one of the most common materials on earth - but many of us do not have enough! The CDC recommends that women between 18 and 45 get their iron levels checked every five years for general health and well being.