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Skincare Faux Pas

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If it’s burning, it’s working! A fat-free diet will make my acne go away! I only need sunscreen in the summer! My skin is oily, I don’t need a moisturizer!

 

Right?! ALL WRONG!

 

Here are some principal skincare faux pas to avoid:

 

If it burns, it works.

 

When I was in middle school experiencing typical teen break-outs I would use rubbing alcohol as my toner to dry up the pimples. Little did I know, the rubbing alcohol was irritating my skin and exacerbating my acne. When I was in college I used a high concentration glycolic acid peel to treat my hormonal acne, and since the recommended treatment time was ten minutes, I left the glycolic on for thirty minutes to achieve beautiful skin. Yeah, right! My skin was red, raw and peeling for many months. Less is more when it comes to active ingredients. Always follow directions when using skincare products.

 

Did you overdo it? Try ATOPALM MLE Cream to help your skin heal.

 

Fats make your skin break-out.

 

Many women make a mistake of staying away from fats in their diet. While hamburgers may add extra inches to your waist line, certain fats are beneficial to your health and skin. Fish like salmon and mackerel contain beneficial omega-3 fatty acids. Flaxseed and nuts also contain omega-2 fatty acids. Avocados and olive oil are also beneficial to the skin. Beneficial fats also have anti-inflammatory ingredients which help to alleviate inflammation associated with acne, so certain fats are actually good for your skin!

 

Supplement your diet with Perricone MD Omega 3 Dietary Supplement.

 

I only need sunscreen when the sun is out.

 

Everyone needs to use sunscreen on a daily basis. The sun’s harmful rays penetrate through the clouds and through the windshield, and even on overcast days there are sun rays (why do you think it’s light out in the day? The sun is out). Even fluorescent lights emit radiation which is harmful and damaging to the skin- so wear an SPF of 15 daily to protect your skin from aging and sun damage.

 

Try our top selling sunscreen La Roche Posay Anthelios 60 Melt In Sunscreen Milk.

 

My skin is oily, so I don’t need moisturizer.

 

Chances are, if your skin is oily, you like to use products that strip your skin of oil. You love a matte finish and hate anything that feels greasy on the skin. But when you use products that take away all of the protective oils from the skin, your skin will go into overdrive to produce more oil, so it’s a never ending fight! To keep your skin balanced and hydrated without feeling greasy, you’ll need to use an oil-free moisturizer. We love DDF Ultra Light Oil Free Moisturizing Dew.

 

Products featured in this article: ATOPALM MLE Cream, Perricone MD Omega 3 Dietary Supplement, La Roche Posay Anthelios 60 Melt In Sunscreen Milk, DDF Ultra Light Oil Free Moisturizing Dew.

 

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Cor – The Silver Soap

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I don’t know about you but when I think of a bar of soap I think about this icky, germy, bar just sitting in the shower growing fungus. (ewwww!) That’s not really something I’d want to use on my face. However, Cor has given the boring ol’ bar of soap a makeover.

 

Cor has patented a delivery system that allows active ingredients to target the “core” of the skin’s most problematic concerns. Their highlighted active ingredient is nano-silver with silica, and a compound of Collagen, Sericin and Chitosan (CSC).

 

The components of Silica prepare the skin to take in all the active ingredients the Cor Soap has to offer. With its sponge-like quality, the silica pulls the active components deeply into the skin. Silver is a new discovery in the anti-bacterial world and it has proven to be very effective. Silver prevents the transfer of oxygen through the cell walls, killing off the ability for the bacteria to grow. Silver is also very healing and has been shown to increase cell turnover. The CSC molecules are micronized to their minutest size while remaining in an active state. The tiny size of the molecules will allow for maximum delivery to the deepest point in the dermis, reaching the source of any damage in the skin. The collagen in this product is a marine based collagen and is used because of its smaller molecular size and provides a better performance once penetrated into the skin. Sericin is a soluble protein extracted from silk and supplies moisture binding benefits, leaving the skin soft and supple. Chitosan is a natural fiber that balances out pH in the skin and evens out skin tone, giving a more hydrated, youthful appearance.

 

Since Cor has a pH of 7.2 and contains all natural ingredients, it is safe enough for even the most sensitive skin types. Simply lather up, let the foam sit on your skin to work its magic and then rinse away to beautiful skin.

 

Product featured in this article: Cor Silver Soap.


Safe Alternative To Hydroquinone – Just As Effective

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SkinCeuticals Pigment RegulatorAre you looking for an effective lightening product that does not contain hydroquinone, but has proven to be just as effective? The new SkinCeuticals Pigment Regulator is effective in treating hyper pigmentation, blotchiness, and brightening your skin tone. It also helps to prevent future discolorations for a healthier skin tone, and is safe to use everyday. This product is a great alternative for people that do not want to use bleaching agents on their skin.

 

So what is in this miracle product you ask? The pigment regulator uses a powerful patent pending combination with Emblica, which is an Indian gooseberry known to soften deep wrinkles and lines. It also contains a 10% exfoliating blend and 2% Kojic Acid to naturally improve the condition of your skin. This will help to diminish frekles, melasma, photo damage, and post acne scarring.

 

Apply this product twice daily to face, neck, and chest for best results. While using this product, it is recommended to use a broad spectrum sunscreen, and limit sun exposure. A great sunscreen to try is the SkinCeuticals Ultimate UV Defense SPF 30. This formula is oil and fragrance free, and works great for all skin types. Anyone can incorporate the pigment regulator into their daily routine. For optimum results, use the pigment regulator in conjunction with SkinCeuticals antioxidant treatments..

 

For more information on hyperpigmentation including what it is and how to treat it, see Hyperpigmentation And SkinCeuticals Pigment Regulator and How to Treat Hyperpigmentation.


Treatments For Sensitive Skin

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Treatments For Sensitive Skin The term “sensitive skin” can be closely linked with many different skin conditions. From rosacea to severe acne, any skin condition can cause sensitivity. In addition, sensitive skin does not discriminate against skin type, you can have combination, normal, dry, or oily skin and it can still be sensitive. Sensitive skin can also appear suddenly, resulting from a few major factors. It can be due to a cosmetic reaction to a product, climate change, stress, or even the foods we eat. It can be characterized by redness, tightness, itching, or irritation.  It is important to know the proper tips and products to help protect and improve sensitive skin conditions.

 

First, for extremely sensitive skin, some have benefited from only cleansing their face once a day, generally in the evening. Rinse or use a lotion to cleanse in the morning. This will ensure you aren’t stripping the natural oils in your skin and possibly creating more dryness and irritation. You want to use a soap free mild cleanser. A popular favorite would be the Topix Citrix Antioxidant Cleanser. This is a mild, yet effective cleanser that contains powerful antioxidants your skin requires. One might also consider exfoliating only once or twice per week, with a gentle SkinCeuticals Hydrating B5 Masqueexfoliator. If your skin is very sensitive you will only want to exfoliate once per week. A great one to try is the PCA SKIN pHaza 4 Gentle Exfoliant. This has a light creamy texture with smooth jojoba beads to gently exfoliate your skin. Jojoba beads are spherical in shape, so they will not scratch or irritate your skin. You may also want to try a mask a few times a week to soothe and hydrate your sensitive skin. You can alternate the days you mask with the days you are exfoliating. After you exfoliate you will want to apply the mask the next day to nourish and protect your skin. We suggest the Skinceuticals Hydrating B5 Masque. This is a great skin booster containing hyaluronic acid and Vitamin B5, to hydrate and improve your skin’s tissue repair function.

 

You also want to wear an SPF of at least 15 to condition and protect your sensitive skin. Yes, you will need to wear sunscreen even on those cloudy and dreary days. By wearing sunscreen it allows your skin time to heal and your immune system the chance to repair existing damage. For those of who think that tanning clears up your skin that is just a myth. Tanning and sun exposure can often lead to Actinic Keratosis. This is a horrifying skin condition that people with sensitive skin, and who have severe sun damage, could be more susceptible to getting. Wearing your sunscreen will also help protect your delicate skin from the possible effects of skin cancer. Skin cancer is the most common form of cancer in the United States, so please don’t forget the sunscreen!

 

Colorescience Sunforgettable SPF 30 Brush All ClearIf you haven’t already, give Colorscience brush-on sunscreen a try. They are suitable for all skin types, even on the most sensitive of skin types. The Colorscience Sunforgettable Brush in All Clear has an SPF of 30, and is completely translucent. It is also water resistant, with a non greasy feel. Lotion based or chemical sunscreens can often irritate and clog your pores if you have sensitive skin. If your skin is on the oily side you will probably prefer a light oil free sunscreen and moisturizer. A good one to try is DDF Ultra Lite Oil Free Moisturizing Dew with SPF15. This works well for all skin types, absorbs quickly, and is fragrance free. It contains aloe and grape seed to soothe and protect the skin.

 

You also want to make sure you are drinking plenty of water, and taking vitamin supplements such as flax seed oil to hydrate and condition your skin. Also, make sure you are getting plenty of rest! This may be the hardest tip to follow but your skin really does need time to repair itself. It will be the best gift you can give your skin this holiday season!

  

For more great products formulated for sensitive skin, click here!

 

Source: Skin Cancer Foundation

 

Products featured in this article: Topix Citrix Antioxidant Cleanser, PCA SKIN pHaza 4 Gentle Exfoliant, Skinceuticals Hydrating B5 Masque, Colorscience Sunforgettable Brush in All Clear, DDF Ultra Lite Oil Free Moisturizing Dew with SPF15.


Finding The Right Products – For Dry/Sensitive Skin

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Dry skin has lower levels of sebum causing the skin to become prone to sensitivity and environmental harm. Giving the skin proper nutrients that are naturally lacking for this skin type is important so the skin can produce its own defensive oils. Here are a few products that will put your skin on the path to rejuvenation and euphoria…for a price that fits your budget.

Make-Up Removers

Under $20

Klorane Soothing Makeup Remover with Cornflower Extract – Ingredients so soothing, the product pH is the same as tears; this is a very mild and non-irritating product even for the most sensitive skin types. It easily removes make-up without stinging the eyes and leaves a clean & refreshing  feel.

Over $50

Susan Ciminelli Cleansing Milk – Contains beneficial aromatherapy properties to soothe your face and your spirit. Lavender and calendula embrace your skin, leaving it feeling soft and supple. Men also love it as a pre-shave skin soother. It’s a multi-tasking product with a variety of benefits.

 

Cleansers

About $20

La Roche Posay Toleriane Dermo-Cleanser – Fragrance-free, preservative free, surfactant free. This is a rinse free product that tissues off easily. Ethylhexyl Palmitate prevents stripping of the skin. This also works great as a make-up remover and is gentle enough to remove eye make-up.


About $40

Dr. Brandt Anti Irritant Comforting Cleanser – Contains pumpkin seed extract to give relief for sensitive skin, allantoin to calm and soothe irritation, and soybean germ extract to restore skins smoothness and softness. This is a must have for sensitive skin types. Bring on the comfort!!


Toners

Under $20

Elizabeth Arden Hydra Splash Alcohol Free Toner – This gentle toner finishing the cleansing process and is an essential preparation for dry skin. It removes any trace of left over make-up or surface debris and refines pores, leaving skin soft and supple.


Over $75

Kerstin Florian Rose Tonic – Rose has been known to bring beauty and freshness to the botanical world. This natural floral based tonic soothes, hydrates and promotes cell renewal to give your skin a treatment that is fit for a queen. Perfect for those with extremely dry and/or sensitive skin!


Treatments

About $20

Pevonia Face Oil – This treatment is a blend of hazel nut oil together with ylang-ylang and jasmine oil to replenish moisture and revitalized your complexion. Revitalizing dull, dry skin all while relaxing body and mind with its soothing aromatherapy scents.


About $65

SkinCeuticals Hydrating B5 Gel – This product is rich in vitamin B5 that helps to repair damaged tissue repair. Hyaluronic acid combined with moisture enhancing gel binds with the skins natural moisture replenishing your skin with essential nutrients.


Daily Moisturizers

Under $20

Avene Cold Crème – This product is an intensely rich and hydrating crème that seals in the skins natural moisture and restores the skins natural barrier. It uses the purest ingredients to replenish and repair the skin. Your search for hydration ends here!


Over $70

BABOR Baborganic Ultra Moisturizing Cream – This extremely hydrating moisturizer balances the skins lipid barrier and eliminates dry patches on the epidermis. Also contains beneficial vitamin E for antioxidant protection and edelweiss extract to calm any irritation.


Night Moisturizers

Under $20

Stiefel Impruv Natural Repair Cream – Contains coconut oil, palm oil and shea butter to repair and restore the unique needs of a dry skin type. It preserves skin’s protective layer with 6 key lipids that mimic the skin’s natural moisturizers. Wow, we’re talking about actual skin barrier repair here! Free of allergens and irritants, this product is gentle enough for even the most sensitive skin. Say goodbye to skin irritation and hello to healthy, glowing skin.


Over $200

Z. Bigatti Re-Storation Goodnight Facial Cream – It contains “24 hour Moisturizing Technology” which improves the skins barrier function. Loaded with natural plant extracts (including white tea, milk thistle, willow bark, and soy) to give powerful protection, antioxidant repair, and skin toning. This product also contains Vitamin A palmitate, B3, and provitamin B5 for intense long-term repair. Time to get that dewy glowing look like all the Hollywood stars.


Weekly Masks

Over $20

Avene Soothing Moisture Mask – This is an intensive soothing mask that provides proper hydration to overstressed skin. This mask will help to improve dull, dry skin and will calm irritated, tight and sunburned skin. Containing a whopping 70% of Avene Thermal Spring Water, it will make your skin appear supple and radiant in just minutes!


About $60

Yonka Masque No 1 – This mask instantly increases the moisture in the skin up to 96% in just 8 hours. Hydrates the surface leaving the skin soft and firm and reduces fine lines and wrinkles. It also leaves the skins complexion radiant and glowing due to all the fine essential oils hydrating the upper layers of the epidermis.


Did you find this helpful? Leave us a comment below. Don’t have dry/sensitive skin? Be sure to check out my other articles: Finding The Right Products – For Oily/Acne Prone Skin and Normal/Combination Skin.  Coming soon: Beauty and Body Products!

Products featured in this article:  Klorane Soothing Makeup Remover with Cornflower Extract, Susan Ciminelli Cleansing Milk, La Roche Posay Toleriane Dermo-Cleanser, Dr. Brandt Anti Irritant Comforting Cleanser, Elizabeth Arden Hydra Splash Alcohol Free Toner, Kerstin Florian Rose Tonic, Pevonia Face Oil, SkinCeuticals Hydrating B5 Gel, Avene Cold Crème, BABOR Baborganic Ultra Moisturizing Cream, Stiefel Impruv Natural Repair Cream, Z. Bigatti Re-Storation Goodnight Facial Cream, Avene Soothing Moisture Mask, Yonka Masque No 1.


SkinCeuticals Retexturing Activator

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SkinCeuticals Retexturing ActivatorLooking for a new way to exfoliate? Have we got a product for you! SkinCeuticals has recently launched Retexturing Activator, which uses a chemical exfoliant that is unlike any other. The revolutionary product surpasses the results of a 20% glycolic daily use treatment!

 

We all love our tried and true alpha hydroxy acid for exfoliation, but sometimes it can become irritating to our skin and can cause sensitivity to the sun. Alpha hydroxy acid works by dissolving the glue like substance between dead skin cells thereby allowing the dead cells to slough off. The SkinCeuticals Retexturing Activator works differently. This patent pending product stimulates the protease enzyme in your skin that aides in your natural exfoliation and hydration.  

 SkinCeuticals Retexturing Activator

The protease enzyme basically herds the skin cells to the surface of your skin, where they can turn into a corneocyte. Corneocytes are a component of the stratum corneum layer of the skin and contain proteins and some other water soluble substances that help your skin’s barrier to function properly, keeping you well hydrated and protecting you from any cellular damage. Once these protease enzyme have done their job, the corneocytes are ready to fall off (natural exfoliation).  Proteases help keep this process moving so that you can produce new skin cells faster and keep your skin’s barrier in proper shape. This even helps to prevent acne from forming since the dead skin cells aren’t able to collect and bind together to clog your pores.

 

If your protease enzymes are stimulated, then your cell renewal rate will be increased because you are naturally shedding skin cells faster. Your body will produce new healthy cells to fill their place. What does this mean for you? Healthier, younger looking, more hydrated, even toned skin! Without the irritation!

 

So now you may be asking “what exactly is the active ingredient that makes this product so fantastic?” There are a couple of amazing ingredients; the one we are most excited about is the Hydroxyethyl Urea/ Aminosulfonic Acid Compound. SkinCeuticals uses this ingredient in a 25% concentration. The SkinCeuticals Retexturing Activator also contains Kombucha and Hyaluronic Acid.

 

Learn more about this product at SkinStore!

 

Written by our Special Guest Writer Marie!


Hyperpigmentation And SkinCeuticals Pigment Regulator

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SkinCeuticals Pigment RegulatorWe all have many skincare concerns, but how do you know if you have a specific one that we call hyperpigmentation? Hyperpigmentation is irregular pigmentation of the skin that ranges from light freckling, to excessively dark patches of pigment. Usually hyperpigmentation occurs from unwarranted sun exposure, certain medications, or can be caused by certain skin conditions such as Vitiligo. If you want to know more about hyperpigmentation and how to recognize it, please read my blog: How To Treat Hyperpigmentation.

 

 

You know that you have hyperpigmentation, and want to address it, but don’t want to go the hydroquinone route. You’re leery of using hydroquinone because you’ve heard of side effects such as acquired skin sensitivity, irritation, or thinning of the skin. Or perhaps you’re a person of color, and are hesitant of using hydroquinone as it is known to cause hypopigmentation and excessive bleaching of the skin. If this describes you, read on…

 

While hydroquinone is one of the most effective and potent skin lighteners available on the market, it’s not the best choice for everyone, and although a 2% concentration is available over the counter, hydroquinone is most effective when used at a 4% concentration, and 4% is available only through your dermatologist. But now, there’s a product that the hydroquinone-apprehensive can use to achieve hydroquinone-like results. Leave it to SkinCeuticals, a leading pioneer in the beauty industry, to create an effective lightening agent to cure your pigmentation woes. Introducing SkinCeuticals Pigment Regulator… a patent-pending lightening agent that utilizes a sophisticated blend of ingredients to safely and effectively lighten your skin as well as a 4% hydroquinone prescription. 

 SkinCeuticals Pigment Regulator

In a double-blind clinical study SkinCeuticals Pigment Regulator was evaluated against 4% hydroquinone on a variety of characteristics. There was no statistical difference identified in the pigment lightening aptitude of the two agents. Both hydroquinone and SkinCeuticals Pigment Regulator attained similar results in reducing excess pigment in the skin, promoting an even skin tone, and an overall even appearance to the skin’s surface.  SkinCeuticals Pigment Regulator is able to achieve such remarkable results through an advanced blend of safe, effective lightening agents. The star ingredient of the product is kojic acid at a 2% concentration, which reduces production of excess melanin and works as a tyrosinase inhibitor (tyrosinase is a hyperactive enzyme found in melanin which produces pigment). You’ll also find 2% embilica concentrate in this remarkable blend, which prevents excess melanin from reaching the skin’s surface, while it provides antioxidant protection and naturally brightens the skin. In addition, a concentration of 10% alpha hydroxyl acids (as glycolic and aminosulfonic) work to resurface the skin and break up surface melanin clusters, as well as to push active product deeper into the skin.

 

SkinCeuticals Pigment Regulator is a highly advanced and cosmetically elegant formulation with an effective approach to skin lightening. Pigment Regulator is a safe and effective alternative to irritating topicals and can be used daily, year-round, long term, without unhealthy side effects, there is no need to take breaks away from this product like you would with hydroquinone. Moreover, Pigment Regulator will not discolor the skin or cause hypopigmentation like many other lightening agents. We recommend using Pigment Regular as part of a comprehensive lightening regimen. Here is a step-by-step regimen which incorporates Pigment Regulator as well as other products which promote pigment correction and overall skin health:

 

AM:

 

Cleanse & Tone: SkinCeuticals cleanser and toner suitable to your skin type

Prevent: Phloretin CF

Even: Phyto+

Smooth: Retexturing Activator

Lighten: Pigment Regulator

Moisturize: SkinCeuticals moisturizer (Renew, Emollience or A.G.E.)

Protect: SkinCeuticals broad-spectrum sunscreen

 

PM:

 

Cleanse & Tone: SkinCeuticals cleanser and toner suitable to your skin type

Even: Phyto+

Smooth: Retinol 0.5 or 1.0 as tolerated or recommended by an esthetician

Moisturize: SkinCeuticals moisturizer (Renew, Emollience or A.G.E.)

 

If you have questions about the SkinCeuticals product line or the Pigment Regulator feel free to contact us. You can also consult with one of our licensed, trained estheticians to assist you in building an appropriate regimen for your individual skin type and concerns. Otherwise, visit us at SkinStore to get your Pigment Regulator!


How To Care For Your Dry Skin Through The Seasons

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Ask Us: How To Care For Your Dry Skin Through The SeasonsFor individuals with dry skin, changes in the weather or other environmental factors can often lead to the frustrating process of finding a new way to best hydrate your skin. Without immediate and proper attention, you know that your skin can quickly become parched and flaky, or even hypersensitive or painfully tight.

 

The manifestation of dry skin can vary from person to person. Severity can range from dry patches to chronically dry skin on the face and body. The pervasiveness of your dry skin may also be year round or just when weather or environmental factors change. Regardless, those who experience dry skin seek moisture and relief.

 

Since cleansing is one of the most important aspects of our daily skin care rituals, I will often start there when providing a consultation to our clients. When speaking to those who have truly dry skin (skin still feels dry even after 12 hours), I often ask if they have ever tried an oil based cleanser such as Babor Hy-Ol & Phytoactive Base Cleansing System. Most individuals that I have spoken with had not considered taking such an aggressive approach to dry skin, BABOR Hy-Ol & Phytoactive Base Cleansing Systembut I have to tell you, personally I have tried oil based cleansers, such as the one just mentioned, and I find that they are highly effective especially during the winter season, in high elevation areas, windy climates or dry cool regions. One of the active ingredients that I appreciate in the Babor Combination Skin Cleanser is the witch hazel which is an astringent that has antioxidant qualities and has been used to treat eczema and psoriasis. I will generally suggest that this type of cleanser be used in the evening and a hydro-based lighter cleanser like the Pevonia Dry Skin Cleanser or the Decleor Cleansing Milk in the morning, but that is really a personal preference based on the user and what their specific needs are. Babor also makes a sensitive skin formulation of the Hy-Ol and Phytoactive solutions.

 

Another more natural approach to cleansing is the Sundari Comfrey Cleanser for Dry Skin. Sundari has a high Sundari Essential Oil for Dry Skinconcentration of natural based ingredients such as comfrey and chamomile extracts. Follow this cleanser with the Sundari Essential Oil for Dry Skin and the Lavender Moisturizer and you have a cocktail of wonderfully hydrating ingredients. Check out the customer reviews by going to the product pages at SkinStore.com if you have a moment.

 

Moisturizers are another critical element of caring for your dry skin. Facial moisturizers come in all levels of hydration and consistency. It can be confusing to try to find the right one. There are night creams, day creams and multipurpose creams in every type of delivery system from tubes to pumps to jars.

 

From a moisturizer perspective, because I have true dry skin, I prefer to use, as well as recommend, a hydrator such as the SkinCeuticals Hydrating B5 Gel or the Cellex-C Hydra 5B Complex, and then a moisturizer on top, this is a morning regimen. The moisturizer you choose should have an SPF. I suggest the La Roche Posay Hydraphase UV SPF30 because it is light enough to apply under makeup without any sticky or cakey feeling that some sunscreens can Cellex-C Hydra 5B Complexhave, it is also super hydrating. Another good moisturizing SPF is the Peter Thomas Roth Max All Day Moisture Defense Cream SPF30, again it is light enough to use under makeup.

 

If you use or need a treatment, use your treatment product first, then the hydrator and apply the moisturizer last. For treatment, the SkinCeuticals Phloretin CF or the C E Ferulic is a must have for every woman concerned with preventative measures, cell turnover, elasticity and even hyperpigmentation. Depending on what you need, I would advise reading about the products on SkinStore.com to determine which is best suited to address your skin care concerns.  

 

For an evening moisturizing treatment Kinerase and SkinCeuticals have some wonderful options. SkinCeuticals has the Kinerase Pro Therapy Ultra Rich Night RepairRenew Overnight Dry with a 10% hydroxy acid to exfoliate the skin. Kinerase has a couple that I have used and can suggest the Ultimate Night Moisturizer and the Pro Therapy Ultra Rich Night Repair. The Pro Therapy line in general is really great. The Night Repair has the Kinetin and Zeatin formulation that help with moisture retention and to improve the signs of aging. It also has the Palmitoyl Tripeptide-3 to help with the appearance of wrinkles and the antioxidant benefit of Ergothioneine (More info here). Again, if you use treatments such as Retinols, serums, or gels, apply them under your moisturizer.

 

More suggestions for dry skin will be in later articles. These are just a few suggestions for those with excessively dry skin; it is not an all inclusive list of what can be used or even all inclusive listing of a complete skin care regimen. For example, toners and treatments are important to a health skin care regimen, but some may or may not choose to include them in their regimen as a personal choice. With that said, no one can or should avoid a great cleanser and moisturizer.

 

For more information about dry skin, you can contact SkinStore.com for a consultation or visit us at www.skinstore.com.

 

Products featured in this article: Babor Hy-Ol & Phytoactive Base Cleansing System, BABOR Hy-Ol & Phytoactive Sensitive Cleansing System, Pevonia Dry Skin Cleanser, Decleor Cleansing Milk, Sundari Comfrey Cleanser for Dry Skin, Sundari Essential Oil for Dry Skin, Sundari Lavender Moisturizer for Dry Skin, SkinCeuticals Hydrating B5 Gel, Cellex-C Hydra 5B Complex, La Roche Posay Hydraphase UV SPF30, Peter Thomas Roth Max All Day Moisture Defense Cream SPF30, SkinCeuticals Phloretin CF, SkinCeuticals CE FerulicSkinCeuticals Renew Overnight Dry, Kinerase Ultimate Night Moisturizer, Kinerase Pro Therapy Ultra Rich Night Repair.



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