The Beauty Products Your Dermatologist Swears By
Take a peek into the skin care routines of these gorgeous skin docs who seem to defy the laws of aging
Miami-based dermatologist and creator of Specific Beauty skin care.
A.M. Routine: As someone who's always on the go, Dr. Woolery-Lloyd likes her routine short, simple and effective. To keep her mild adult acne in check, she uses Specific Beauty Acne Clarifying Wash and Aczone gel (a prescription acne-fighter). Because no dermatologist's skin care routine would be complete without SPF, she follows with Specific Beauty Daily Hydrating Lotion SPF 30.
P.M. Routine: She'll use the same acne wash at night (unless she's too tired to wash her face, in which case she's like most of us and turns to the magical invention that are face wipes). Then she'll put on the Aczone gel, if she needs it, and follows up with Specific Beauty Professional Moisture Complex. If her skin feels dry or she's in a cold climate, she'll put plain Vaseline around her eyes, because it's non-irritating and hydrating.
Secret Weapons: Botox (after hearing that all these gorgeous derms do it, I've been turned into a believer). She also freely admits to being obsessed with her eyelashes, and conditions them with Elizabeth Arden Prevage Clinical Lash and Brow Enhancing Serum (which she totes around in her purse). Lots of people don't really think about conditioning their lashes, she says. But why not treat them like you would your hair and use products that strengthen them? Lastly, she does a professional chemical peel each month, either a salicylic one like SkinCeuticals Micropeel Plus or Glytone Enerpeel MA, which she explains is a lightweight mandelic acid peel that's great for skin of color.
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