Best skincare products at Estheticamd

best skincare products at EstheticamdYou work hard for your money, so what you spend it on had better treat you right—especially when it comes to top-shelf beauty products. Unfortunately, what’s inside a lot of those fancy tubes, pots, and jars don’t always leave you feeling like a million bucks. It’s time for change! From serums to eye treatments to boosting creams and beyond, here are the best-of-the-best skincare solutions our clients swear by.

Environ C-Quence Serum 1
Containing premium levels of essential vitamins, anti-oxidants, and peptides, this intoxicating elixir provides perfect nutrition for your skin and combats visible signs of aging, without the sensitivity.

Environ C-Boost Cream
This light, non-greasy clarifying cream is formulated with a fat-soluble form of vitamin C that works directly on reversing signs of sun damage. Bonus! It’s scientifically formulated to even out skin tone.

Environ Intensive Avance DFP 312
This luxurious multi-functional moisturizer features a trio of super-smart peptide complexes that keep skin looking younger, longer. Apply after cleansing and toning to smooth, firm, and revitalize your skin’s overall appearance.

Environ Ionzyme C-Quence Toner
Toners are vital for locking in hydration and improving the appearance of uneven skin tone. This wonder water features an advanced formulation of essences, peptides, and nutrients that boost the benefits of other products in your skincare regimen to help maximize your skin’s appearance.

Environ C-Quence Eye Gel
This game-changing repair gel contains not only Vitamins A & E, but also boasts a special selection of peptides that are clinically proven to visibly minimize the appearance and depth of fine lines and wrinkles.

Six Skin-Saving Tips Dermatologists Swear By

dermatologists-skin-tips-puBeauty buffs can go to great lengths to keep the hands of time at bay. Vanities littered with the latest “breakthrough” products, cell phone calendars loaded up with spa appointments, and having the best dermatologist in town on speed-dial are par for the course. But sometimes the obvious can elude even the best of us. Make sure you’re not overlooking these six simple beauty tips. 

Block Out the Sun
Excessive sun exposure and tanning doesn’t just increase your risk of developing skin cancer; it also triggers breakouts on those with acne­prone skin. Sun, heat, and humidity can cause oil glands to become overactive, which can lead to acne breakouts. Take steps to limit your sun exposure and apply an oil-free, non-comedogenic sunscreen daily.

Don’t Go Overboard
Think more is more when it comes to skincare? Think again. Excessive cleansing, receiving multiple treatments on the same day, and using a plethora of products can end up doing you more harm than good and lead to breakouts, broken capillaries, and skin sensitivity. Keep things simple. Book one treatment at a time, wash with a mild cleanser no more than twice a day, and know exactly what’s in every product in your medicine chest and what it’s designed to do.

Shorten Your Shower
Who doesn’t love a long, hot shower? Your skin, that’s who. Heat from prolonged showers actually strips away your skin’s natural oils, making it extra dry, itchy, and stressed out. Take the water temperature down a few degrees and limit your shower time to no more than 10 minutes.

Don’t Pick
Picking your own produce at the grocery store is great. Picking your pimples? Not so much. Touching, picking, popping, or squeezing pimples not only brings more bacteria to the area, it also prolongs the healing process and can cause dark spots and scarring. The only manipulation methods recommended for skin blemishes and acne are deep-cleansing techniques carried out by a trained esthetician or a licensed physician.

Don’t Sleep On It
Not removing your makeup before bedtime can be a nightmare proposition you won’t want to wake up to. Catching zzz’s with your face paint on can hinder skin renewal and leave you with clogged pores. Gross! Hint: keep a stash of makeup-remover wipes by your bedside table—they’ll come in handy on those nights when you can barely keep your eyes open.

You are What You Eat
While it’s tempting to reach for creams or potions to battle breakouts, recognizing and improving your diet and lifestyle habits can make an even greater impact. Consuming alcoholic and sugary drinks and processed foods (especially when combined with stress and smoking) can exacerbate acne, so taking steps to eradicate them from your daily routine is essential.