Waving goodbye to the last days of the summer means many things: swapping cocktails in the sun for apple cider at an orchard, retiring cool dresses for cute sweaters, and switching beach days for a spot of pumpkin picking.
It also means a change in conditions for your skin with cooler, less humid weather likely to leave your face feeling drier and more sensitive.
Which is why it’s more important than ever to make sure you’re taking care of your skin by using quality skincare products made with the top ingredients – which is where dermaGEEK stands out.
The brand gives you access to top dermatologist-recommended ingredients and delivers clinically proven results without the expensive consultation or treatment.
Knowing what works and what doesn’t for your skin is easier said than done.
The start of fall means a change in conditions for your skin with cooler, less humid weather likely to leave your face feeling drier and more sensitive
Skincare is now the fastest growing area of the beauty industry, worth an estimated $156 billion a year worldwide.
New products are launched every single day and the market is constantly flooded with new crazes, from CBD oil to caviar and even mushroom, all being touted as the best ingredients to find in your new moisturizer.
With so many innovative ingredients out there, it can be difficult to differentiate the fad from the science and it’s only natural to turn to the experts – which doesn’t come cheap.
But, as dermaGEEK scientist Jen Werner reveals, you don’t need to fork out on a trip to a dermatologist to get the best ingredients for your skin.
Here, Werner shares advice on which top quality ingredients you should be using on your skin and her shopping list of the best, most accessible products that won’t break the bank.
dermaGEEK give you access to top dermatologist-recommended ingredients and delivers clinically proven results without the need for an expensive trip to a dermatologist
The top one percent of ingredients
‘There are so many skincare ingredients to choose from that I look to ones that I know are tested by dermatologists’, says Werner.
She also explains that the scientists at dermaGEEK screen thousands of ingredients and select only the top one percent for use in their products.
Among this top one percent are niacinamide, retinoids and beta hydroxy acids.
While these ingredients may sound daunting, the formulas are purposefully and …….