Social Life Magazine Features Me in September Issue

Social Life - Beth Ostrosky Stern Cover
Social Life Magazine – September 2010 Issue

Social Life Magazine Features Me in September Issue

Along With Real Housewives of NYC’s Ramona Singer; Author, Cover Model and Animal Rights Activist Beth Ostrowski Stern and “Ultimate Trendsetter” Kim Bates

Prestigious trend-setter Social Life Magazine featured me in its September issue, and recently hosted me and other featured Hamptons Social Life leaders at an event at the Social Life Estate. There, I had the opportunity to “chat it up” with the stunningly-beautiful cover girl and animal rights activist Beth Ostrowski Stern – like me, an author of a compelling new non-fiction book aimed at helping people improve their lives.  Beth and I discussed our books – mine is the forthcoming The Fine Art of Looking Younger – as well as her passion for animal rights and the work she does for animals in the Hamptons.

Society pages reported that I was also seen tête-à-tête with celebrity powerhouse and Real Housewives of NYC break-out star Ramona Singer, as well as with celebrity model fashionista and “ultimate trendsetter” Kim Bates, recently described in the New York’s Daily Style as a combination of fashionable, chic, sassy, popular, stunning, classy, elegant, fabulous, posh, sparkling, polished and witty.   In fact, I found both of these young women as fascinating as they are beautiful.

I’m proud to say that this issue of Social Life focused on my distinctive philosophy on facial cosmetic surgery.  “If people compliment you on your surgery, then you probably had too much surgery,” they quoted me as explaining.  “Your goal should be to seek natural-appearing features rather than a whole new face.”  Social Life noted that “Dr. Prasad’s clientele stand by this philosophy, accumulating a large fan base for the past fifteen years that includes high profile socialites and celebrities.  It’s not a simple nip-and-tuck with Dr. Prasad – his boutique practice is especially designed for discerning clients who desire rejuvenation treatments with natural and subtle results, based on understanding his patients main concerns and real goals.”  Social Life noted that Dr. Prasad’s practice focuses on his premiere specialty, eye rejuvenation and facelifting, and “for eye rejuvenation, men account for fifty percent of Dr. Prasad’s clients.”

I think they caught my commitment to my patients, and to helping them look and feel wonderful, very well.

Social Life also featured Beth Ostrowski Stern on the cover, and described her as: “Besides flowing wheat blonde hair and cornflower blue eyes, this model and activist’s dedication to the Hamptons and its wildlife sets her apart from the rest.  Genuine, sweet and funny, Beth is a tireless advocate for animal rights, a year-round Hamptonite, and now a proud author of Oh My Dog (Simon & Schuster).”

Having met and talked with her, I can assure you that she is all of that, and more.

I was quite honored to be included in such remarkable company.  You can see this article at my website,