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Really depends: On your skin type and what damage you have, see dermatologist ...Read more
Pangea Organics: I recommend pangea organics. They have excellent product for sensitive skin including the egyptian calendula with blood orange facial cleanser, french rosemary with sweet orange facial toner, and italian red mandarin with rose facial cream. These offer carefully selected bio available ingredients that provide superior hydration in addition to anti aging, antioxidant, smoothing ; calming benefits. ...Read more
What to do if I have bad experience with some men skin care product, because it caused addected for my skin?
Don't understand?: I can't figure out what you mean by "it caused addected" for my skin. If you have a bad experience with any otc product, you can return it usually to the pharmacy for a refund. You can contact the company - there is usually an 800 number on the product or an address to do that. If it is severe, you or your doctor can file a complaint with the food and drug administration. Don't use it again. ...Read more
Pangea organics: Egyptian calendula & blood orange facial cleanser is really good for combination skin. You may want to try the skin care discovery kit for dry to sensitive skin, which has the cleanser, toner, facial cream, facial scrub and mask. The products are vegan, gluten-free and perfect for sensitive skin. You can find the catalogue at pangeaorganics. Com/buffalo. ...Read more
Depends: Depends on what your skin care needs are... Do you have problems with acne? Dry skin? In general, products that are fragrance-free and lack unnecessary ingredients are preferred. Some safe choices are cerave & cetaphil products. You should see your physician or be evaluated by a dermatologist for more specific recommendations given your skin type. ...Read more
There are many skin types and; thus, a plethora of products that can assist in a rejuvenated skin appearance. Glycolic acids assist in removing the outer layer and improve collagen. C-serums decrease damage, moisture creams hydrate and cleansers that gently clean are but a few products that allow your skin to glow.
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Retin-a is the answer. It became popular more than 20 years ago as an acne treatment. But doctors and patients soon noticed another benefit; its incredible anti aging effects.
Retin-a users reported improvements in skin texture, including diminished wrinkles and brown spots. You can find it as prescription product, including generic formulations such as Retin-A micro and renova (tretinoin). ...Read more
In my opinion,: I like Truescience antiaging moisturizer although there are many reputable products in the market that are also good. ...Read more
I have really oily skin and have loads of blackheads and was wondering what skin care product would be good for this?
Healthtap Doctors: Are asked not to endorse specific brands or product lines. ...Read more
Many: I like benzoyl peroxide 2 x daily as it kills bacteria in the skin. Add a salycilic acid wash and a non-comedogenic moisturizer and you have a good start. I add tea tree oil to the regimen to apply to pimples when they do arise and I also recommend a high dose vitamin a supplement like vitamedica healthy skin (has 12, 500 iu vit a in it) and as a result I'm using much less Accutane for severe acne! ...Read more
What it the safety profile of phenoxyethanol as a preservative? Can I use skin care product containing phenoxyethanol if I am breastfeeding?
It's probably ok: But how about you just get products that are totally safe? I love the environmental working group's website for finding safe products and for evaluating the safety of the ones you have. Here's the page for phenoxyethanol: http://www. Ewg. Org/skindeep/ingredient/704811/phenoxyethanol/. It says it is low to moderate in toxicity. ...Read more
Is there a good benefit in using a skin care product based on vitamin c? (from a store called the body shop).
Buy Vit C carefully: Naturally occurring vitamin c is not particularly stable, so product preparation is important. For a topical vitamin c formulation to work, it must remain stable, penetrate the skin, and be available in high enough concentration to have a biologic effect. Research indicates the gold standard is stable l-ascorbic acid at high concentration (between 10% - 20%) and at low ph (<3.5). ...Read more
I've had half of one beer and I think im having an allergic reaction to a new skin care product. Is it safe for me to take a Benadryl (diphenhydramine) and go to bed?
How to clear acne black shad on eye? Hello sir, I am 27 year and facing problem of acne that reason I feeling lac of confidence. For last some week I use lot of skin care product but not any useful for me. Also I use brightpad treatments. Please help me
See your doctor: If over the counter products are not working, you should see a physician who specializes in acne care. The treatment may need to be switched from time to time as the acne can become resistant. Topical or oral antibiotics may help and/or topical tretinoin (retin-a) might work for you when other methods fail. As a last resort Isotretinoin (acutane) may be prescribed for severe and cystic acne. ...Read more
Go natural: Try pangea products. They are plant based (not weird chemicals), organic, vegan, cruelty-free, gluten-free and fairtrade. The high antioxidant content found in these products supports collagen retention, helps stimulate micro-circulation, gently purifies, brightens skin tone and helps prevent discoloration and moisture loss. Http://www. Pangeaorganics. Com/buffalo. ...Read more
Here are a few: I would avoid parabens (preservatives that are widely used and have been found in low levels in breast cancer), xenoestrogens (foreign Estrogens that have estrogenic effects on living organisms) or carcinogens (such as sodium lauryl sulfate that is often found in cleansers and toothpaste). ...Read more
OK TO USE TOGETHER: It is ok if that's what you want to use for your skin. ...Read more
What are the best skin care products to preserve young looking skin per price point (expensive, moderate, cheap)?
Physician Prescribed: Without mentioning any brand names as I don't believe this is the forum for that sort of thing. I would strongly recommend a prescription-based product line. I have been using it on my patients for over fifteen years and have not found another line with as good results. It uses tretinoin and hydroquinone as it's main ingredients. Ask your plastic surgeon or derm if they carry it, you will be happy. ...Read more
Maybe: Try pangea products. They are plant based (not weird chemicals), organic, vegan, cruelty-free, gluten-free and fairtrade. The high antioxidant content found in these products supports collagen retention, helps stimulate micro-circulation, gently purifies, brightens skin tone and helps prevent discoloration and moisture loss. Http://www. Pangeaorganics. Com/buffalo. ...Read more
Skin products: There are several reputable manufacturers. Such a gross generalization can't be made. ...Read more
Aloe vera, oils: Skin is a barriers that breaks down when it is dry. Application of aquaphor or vaseline, as light layers, minimize drying from too much water or wind. There are many effective creams, but the best have oils such as vitamin e, camomille, sesame oil, or gels such as aloe vera. Avoid perfumes in products which alter the pH and decrease efficacy of ingredients. Io. ...Read more
NO: You are likely to find that you are paying a high price for products similar to things available in stores. ...Read more
Natural products: Healthtap Doctors are asked not to endorse specific brands or product lines. ...Read more
Vanicream: Fragrance-free moisturizers like Vanicream, Cetaphil, Eucerin and Aquaphor are all good options. Uses 1-2 times per day, best time to apply is right after getting out of shower. Avoid harsh and drying cleansers, such as Ivory, Irish Spring, or Lever 2000. I like Dove white bar. ...Read more