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Dermatologist Dr. Azadeh Shirazi Shares Her Decades-Long Hair Regimen and Other Beauty Secrets

Dermatologist Dr. Azadeh Shirazi Shares Her Decades-Long Hair Regimen and Other Beauty Secrets

Azadeh Shirazi, MD is a Southern California-based board-certified dermatologist, mom of two, and businesswoman. She also has really, really great hair.

The 41-year old didn’t always love her locks. She started to experience hair thinning in her early thirties, so she jumped into action. For a decade, she utilized topical minoxidil to support her strands. Now, she uses a prescription formula from her line, AZ MDTM;. Beyond at-home regrowth treatments, she also takes vitamins and gets PRP in her scalp to maintain her enviable mane.

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Dr. Shirazi’s head of hair may sound like a lot of work, but the biggest challenge she faces isn’t aesthetic at all — it’s the business aspect of her job. “It's something that I'm learning a lot about: trying to manage and run a business, which is a new deal to me,” she says, in regards to managing overhead, staff, and finances at her practice, La Jolla Dermatology & Laser Surgery Center℠. I am a great dermatologist,” she explains. “I have a lot of passion for what I do, and I know dermatology so well — now, I'm also a businesswoman.”

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