SkinCeuticals has been at the forefront of skin care innovation, driving research and development in skin care ingredients and topical formulations. While our passion for skin care is one driver in our success, collaboration with aesthetic physicians has been an integral part of our advancement and a bedrock of our success.
Kim Nichols, MD, is a Greenwich, CT-based dermatologist our beauty editors have on speed dial. When she’s not versing us in ingredients, she’s schooling us on the right way to use them, which is why we called her to help us start the New Year off right. This four-week program is designed to reset, recharge, and revitalize your complexion, so that it’s strong and ready to face whatever 2019 has in store.
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It’s no secret that retinol is a skin-care staple. After all, it’s consistently one of the most trending ingredients on Pinterest and a top-seller in retail stores like Sephora and Ulta. It’s also understood that retinol is a powerful product that can leave skin a little raw during the cell regeneration process.
Ever step into the shower after a blissful day at the beach only to realize—ouch!—you weren’t as diligent with your SPF as you thought, and, yep, you’ve got serious case of sun-scorched skin?
We’re in the heat of the summer, which means there are a few non-negotiables that you keep on-hand for your skin: refreshing facial mists, uber-strong SPF, and—if you’re oil prone—blotting papers.