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
A.M. Routine: Once a day, Dr. Jaliman uses her Clarisonic for sensitive skin (note to self: need to get one of these). Otherwise she uses cotton pads to provide gentle exfoliation. Since she has acne-prone, sensitive skin, she only uses a gentle, non-foaming cleanser like Neutrogena Ultra Gentle Daily Cleanser. Then she applies Lierac Paris Magnificence Red Serum, which she says is amazing for oily skin because it provides moisture without making skin break out. Plus, it has pomegranate and peptide so you get your anti-aging in as well. Because she likes to show the fact that she has great skin, she tends to skip makeup but uses Elta MD SPF 41 for a little bit of a tint. Another staple in her morning routine: Latisse. The directions say to apply it at night, but she found that was giving her dark circles (just picture all the tossing and turning you do at night). When she switched to a morning application, the darkness went away.
P.M. Routine: She'll use the same gentle cleanser and serum as she does in the morning, and then she'll put on Restorsea Revitalizing Eye Cream, which contains a salmon enzyme that's good for discoloration and puffiness. Neutrogena Rapid Wrinkle Repair Night Moisturizer adds a bit of anti-aging retinol to her nighttime routine.
Secret Weapon: Lasers. She alternates between the Genesis Laser, which takes the red out of skin and stimulates collagen, and the Medlight Laser, which combats dark spots. By alternating between the two, it helps balance the skin.
She'll splurge on: Antioxidants, both in an anti-aging serum and in food. "You would laugh at how much I spend on organic berries," she says.
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