Dermatologists Spill Their Skin Care Secrets

Posted by brainjmedia03 on Monday, May 21, 2018

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Ever wondered what the leaders in professional skin care recommend to their high-end clients? You may be surprised to find that it is less about big-ticket potions and more about common-sense lifestyle tips. These tips come courtesy of Jeannette Graf, MD, assistant clinical professor of dermatology at Mount Sinai Medical Center and Rebecca Fitzgerald, MD, a dermatologist specialist in Los Angeles.

Protection, Prevention, and Repair.

“By protecting skin, you prevent continued damage from sun exposure and the stresses of daily life, repairing the damage that’s been done by past exposure and the natural aging process.”

Sunscreen, Vitamin A, and Antioxidants.

“Sunscreen is tops, but the second most important product in a routine is Vitamin A, like a retinol or retinoid, this helps improve skin texture and tone. Lastly, antioxidants help reverse the oxidative damage and stress that occurs with daily living.”

Skin as a Reflection of Health.

“Your skin is a mirror of what’s going on inside. Avoid acid-producing foods and consume a diet rich in fruits and green leafy vegetables. Be sure to drink lots of water with lemon or lime.”

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