Skincare Tips Everyone Can Use From Skincare Experts

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universal skin care tips from dermatologists and estheticians


Debra Jaliman, MD is a board certified dermatologist with a private practice in New York City.
Make sure to eat properly. Eat lots of fruits and vegetables. Try to eat blueberries everyday. I certainly do, they are high in antioxidants. Also, eat proteins 3 times a day, it is important for your hair and nails. Limit processed foods and sugar intake.


Ellen Lange is an esthetician and founder of Ellen Lange Skin Science
A skin peels work for most people because it removes the outer layer of skin that builds up as we mature. Peels make everything work better; moisturizers are more effective, pores appear smaller and makeup goes on smoothly. That is why the Ellen Lange Retexturing Peel kit is so effective. It costs less $10 to do a peel, it is easy to do weekly and it is done at your convenience.


James C. Marotta, MD is a double board certified ENT and Plastic Surgeon who practices in Long Island.
No matter your skin type, two things that will greatly help your skin is wearing sunscreen everyday and drinking plenty of water.


Sinead Norenius is an esthetician and founder of Beautisol
Try not to wash your face in the morning! Just rinse with tepid water and maintain your pH level. If you did a really great job of cleansing your face the night before there is no reason to scrub, strip or wash again.


Avery Kuflik, MD is a board certified dermatologist with a private practice in New Jersey.
Apply a sunscreen. This is the single best thing you can do for your skin to prevent premature aging. Our favorite sunscreen is La Roche Posay's Anthelios 60. For those that like to use a moisturizer with their sunscreen try La Roche Posay's Anthelios Daily SX spf 15 or Revision's Intellishade in original or matte.


Celeste Hilling's favorite dry winter skin advice
Celeste Hilling, Founder, CEO and Product Formulator for Skin Authority
Shop for skin care the way that you shop for food, by looking at the cost per ounce. When you see a product that is $20 for .2 of an ounce, multiply and see that it’s actually $100 for one ounce… not a great deal. Instead, visit spas and salons. What you’ll find is that spa- and salon-quality products are a bargain as they include complimentary consultations with licensed experts.


3 comments

  1. Thank you for sharing! I love the Ellen Lange peel

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  2. Is it bad when i clean my face in the morning? My dermatologist sad that I have to do it.

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  3. @anon that's good advice for people with dry skin, but listen to your derm!

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