The skincare industry has exploded with countless cleansers, lotions, masks, creams, pads, toners, serums, scrubs, and much more being offered by everyone from your professional dermatologist to your next-door neighbor who somehow became a skincare consultant overnight. Some of these products are huge breakthroughs, and some are just mystery mixes with a fancy label slapped on the side. If you are lucky enough to enjoy clear skin, you may be wondering what all the fuss is about. While your clear complexion may come naturally right now, age has a way of trumping even your DNA.
How can you maintain great-looking skin for the future you?
Dr. Ted Lain has done the research and come up with the products that actually work. He has treatments and plans to fit your unique skin type. Below are just a few examples.
- Skin+Metrics Skin Care cleansers were developed by Dr. Lain himself over his years of experience. There are a variety of products from foaming cleansers to betahydroxy acid cleansers, designed specifically for each skin type. Each product has been thoroughly tested and proven to get results.
- TeaDerma Pads are the first commercial form of Epigallocatechin Gallate (EGCG), one of the major ingredients in green tea. EGCG is known for its ability to eliminate “free radicals”, or unstable molecules that can cause heart diseases and other problems. It also offers inflammation reduction and UVA/UVB protection for your skin. These pads are even more effective than Vitamin C and Vitamin E. You can find out more information from your dermatologist.
- Exfoliating Daily and Weekly Pads, when used regularly, can get you results that are similar to a professional chemical peel. The nice part is that you can use these at home instead of visiting the office every week. If you notice fine lines, uneven tones and textures, or enlarged pores in your complexion, the exfoliating pads could be the perfect solution.
- Prescription retinoids can sometimes irritate your skin as much as they help it. Our retinol products are gentler than prescriptions yet still offer the same benefits. Retinol is a form of Vitamin A that fades fine lines and wrinkles, evens out skin pigmentation and texture, and rejuvenates skin cells.
Your beautiful complexion will stick around for years if you treat it right. You can find a product for any skin type and any problem. What matters is getting to know your skin and not falling for empty promises around every corner. A dermatologist can help you understand what your needs are now, and what they will be in the future. Set up a skincare plan to last a lifetime with Dr. Ted Lain.