Prescription skin care: how does it work?

Every two weeks, Stephanie Darling tests a different makeup, skincare or wellness trend to see if it’s worth it for you.

A prescription skincare routine could be the solution for those short on time.

A prescription skincare routine could be the solution for those short on time. Recognition:one

I want to optimize my skin care routine, so I meet with Dr. Scott Ellis on zoom to get the good oil.

The facts QR8 MediSkin’s Scott Ellis is charming and really knows his stuff when we address my main skin concern: aging naturally! He recognizes how little time many of us have and adapts his tailor-made recipes perfectly. Ellis prescribes me a day cream and a night cream based on the less is more principle. In the morning after cleansing, I apply a day cream containing azelaic acid, kojic acid, ubiquinone and niacinamide, topped off with a moisturizing SPF 50+. At night, it’s a combination of resveratrol, tretinoin, ubiquinone, and niacinamide, topped off with a night moisturizer. I know I need to start slow and follow directions, only increasing the days I use these tinctures as my skin adjusts.

factor pain Nothing except a little scaly skin to begin with, indicating the creams are working.

downtime An hour on Zoom.

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Results My skin loves the active properties of these two creams.

After a monthit looks brighter, almost luminous.

where to get it QR8mediskin.com.

https://www.smh.com.au/lifestyle/beauty/i-tried-prescription-skincare-to-streamline-my-routine-20220721-p5b3ey.html?ref=rss&utm_medium=rss&utm_source=rss_lifestyle Prescription skin care: how does it work?

Sarah Y. Kim

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