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
New York-based dermatologic surgeon and Director of Dermatologic Surgery at New York Medical College.
A.M. Routine: Another fan of the Clarisonic, Dr. Engelman uses hers to cleanse and exfoliate her face and décolletage in the shower. Then she puts on five drops of SkinCeuticals Phloretin CF topical antioxidant, which she says protects skin against free radical damage from ultraviolet and environmental exposures. She follows with a Teoxane Laboratories RHA Serum, her must-have Revision Skincare D-E-J Eye Cream (this helps with elasticity and creates a more youthful appearance around the eyes, which is so prone to showing signs of aging and wrinkling, she says) and a titanium dioxide based sunscreen.
P.M. Routine: At night, she uses a gentle cleanser, then puts two pumps of SkinCeuticals Resveratrol B E to her face and neck, followed by a pea-sized amount of a retinol to her face, neck and chest (she also puts Revision Skincare Nectifirm on her neck and chest). Lastly, she follows up with her eye cream. If her skin is feeling dry, she'll use the La Prairie Skin Caviar Luxe Sleep Mask for a little extra hydration.
Secret Weapons: Once every 12 to 18 months, she gets a laser procedure done and also does a chemical peel every six to eight months. Plus, she tries most hyaluronic and botulinum injections (who knew there were others besides Botox?) at least once so she can communicate her personal experience to her patients.
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