Skincare by Dr. Few

Beating Blemishes: Professional Clear Skin Solutions


No matter your age or the season, it's a simple, universal truth: acne is aggravating. If you're looking for a way to keep those blemishes at bay, we’ve got some professional advice for how to keep your skin clean and clear! 

1. Stimulate Cell Turnover with Retinol

If you suffer from acne, you may benefit the professional power of office-based chemical peel treatments. Chemical peels work by removing dead skin cells and cleaning out clogged pores. Once-a-month peels can do wonders!In between peels, we believe in the power of a daily retinol. Not only can retinol help to keep those skin cells turning over, but it can also help to reduce the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles for overall skin rejuvenation!

We recommend R●nol 20 Serum for clean, clear and beautiful skin!

2. Keep it Clean

Looking for a boost to keep your skin clean? Keep your skin clean all year long with an at-home cleanser that effectively cleans and keeps your skin beautifully balanced.

We recommend LF Cleanser to thoroughly foam away oil, debris and makeup without stripping your skin of vital moisture and essential oils.

3. Moisturize Strategically

Depending on the weather and how oily your skin is, it can be difficult to find the right amount of moisture: 

  • During the warmer months, or when your skin needs only a minimum of moisture, we recommend HP Gel, an oil-free hyaluronic acid product that locks moisture in. This topical gel is water-based, fragrance-free and non-comedogenic.
  • During cooler, drier months, we recommend our Sheer Moisturizer to your daily skin regimen. This doctor-approved product provides a light touch of moisture on the outside of the skin, while maintaining the skin’s natural moisture barrier from within.

Daily retinol for acneFoaming cleanser for acne prone skinhyaluronic acid gel for acne prone skinSheer moisturizer for acne prone skin

 

 

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