Take the time to wash your face and apply your acne skin care products every morning and every night during the holidays.
Acne is bigger than just the zit on your chin or the blackheads on your nose. Acne is an inflammatory condition!
My Retinol Night Cream is pharmaceutical grade, the highest concentration available. It’s packaged in an airtight container that blocks light and is entirely hypoallergenic.
Eating milk-based foods activates systems in the skin that lead to changes in the pores. The link between dairy and acne is now scientifically proven and both of these women figured it out for themselves.
Salicylic acid originates from willow bark and has been used for over 2000 years to treat many maladies, including skin problems. I’ve used SA in my dermatology practice for years. It works best when added in cleansers and treatment pads. As always, sun protection is important during acne treatment to prevent hyper-pigmentation.
Concealing acne is tricky. You have to hide both uneven skin color and texture issues. You also need to be careful that pustule acne doesn’t pick up makeup. As a dermatologist, I know it’s best to use mineral powder on acne-prone skin. Avoid potentially comedogenic* ingredients in liquid foundations that can worsen acne. It takes […]
Women with acne are also in the anti-aging skin care age group. Skin aging starts at age 25, and acne after 25 is ‘adult’. The good news is that both concerns are addressed simultaneously with the best products for each
A whopping 45% of women between 21 and 30 years of age have acne. A new study out of Italy was recently reported in the Journal of American Dermatology. This study was well-conducted and ties together many ‘loose ends’ regarding this condition. Women with acne reported they were under higher levels of psychologic stress than the women without acne.
You still have time to get your skin in good shape for summer! Act now to tune up rough skin and back acne. To help give you that little extra motivation, I’m offering 15% off on these highly effective dermatologist-created skin care routines for soft, sandal-ready feet, smooth arms and legs, reduction in crusty barnacles, and quick improvement in back acne.
If you roll into bed without taking a few simple steps to care for your skin, then your skin is suffering. It certainly is not benefiting from all the hours you sleep. Bedtime is the best time to focus on therapeutic products that fix skin problems and keep skin healthy. When you are asleep, you can focus your skin care on what your skin needs instead of how you need your skin to look.