Skincare Advices of TOP 3 special profession: You should refer - Baltic Master
Skincare Advices of TOP 3 special profession: You should refer

Skincare Advices of TOP 3 special profession: You should refer

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See what dermatologists suggest to use, create a daily skincare cycle, and you'll be able to get tips and tricks to apply to your own skin care regimen.
1. Ranella Hirsch, Dermatologist in Boston, USA
Skin Condition: Dry, sensitive skin.
"I have a very sensitive skin, and now I'm using retinoid three times a day. Besides, my skin appears peeling quite heavy." Hirsch said. For this reason, her cabinet is always available with high-hydration products that help combat dry skin and skin irritation caused by retinoids.

Hirsch's daily skin care steps:

- In the morning: Hirsch uses a basic cleanser that you can easily find in pharmacies. Currently, she is using three different cleansers alternative everyday: Neutrogena Fresh Foaming Cleanser, First Aid Beauty Face Cleanser and Dove Beauty Bar Sensitive Skin.

Hirsch also wears sunscreen every day. The products she uses have SPF 30+. Three of Hirsch's favorite sunblocks are: Shiseido Ultimate Protection Lotion WetForce, EltaMD UV Clear Broad-Spectrum SPF 46 and La Roche-Posay Anthelios 60 Ultra Light Sunscreen Fluid.

- In the Evening: Hirsch washes her face to get rid of morning cream. Every three days, Hirsch uses a retinoid called Refissa, which is indicated by a dermatologist, to address skin aging problems such as wrinkles or skin pigmentation. However, every evening she apply 2 steps to skin:
·         First is SkinCeuticals Hydrating B5 Gel
·         Followed with First Aid Beauty Ultra Repair Cream.
After these two steps, Hirsch finishes her skin care with Fresh Elixir Ancien, a moisturizing facial oil that minimizes wrinkles.
2. Angela Lamb, MD, Associate Professor of Dermatology at Mt. Sinai, New York, USA
Daily skin care steps of Lamb:

- Morning: Wash your face with La Roche-Posay EffaClar Gel Purifying Foaming Cleanser or M-61 Power Cleanse. After using a prescription acne medication, Lamb uses La Roche-Posay Effaclar Mat Oil-Free Mattifying Moisturizer (if your skin is more oil) or Dermalogica Intensive Moisture Balance. If Lalm's skin looks dry in the morning, she will switch to a more powerful moisturizer, such as SkinCeuticals Emollience.

- Night: Wash the morning cleanser in combination with the Clarisonic Mia cleanser to remove dirt completely. Then, She uses a small amount of retinoid prescription retinoid concentrate, focusing on acne and wrinkles. The next step is a thick layer of moisturizer of the same brand that she used in the morning. In addition, Lamb also uses eye care products. Her favorite products are RéVive Moisturizing Renewal Eye Cream and Sisley Eye Contour Mask.

3. Anne Chapas, MD, Founder and Medical Director of Union Square Laser Dermatology Society, New York, USA

Skin Condition: Signs of aging appear. Chapas is particularly concerned with minimizing signs of aging. 

Chapas Daily Skin Care Steps:

- Morning: The first step in Chapas' in treatment routine is to apply a Neocutis Micro Firm Neck & Décolleté Rejuvenating Complex to the neck and chest area to minimize wrinkles in these areas. Next, she uses Cetaphil Gentle Skin Cleanser and then SkinCeuticals C E Ferulic, which is rich of anti-oxidant and protects skin from the effects of sunlight. In the next step, Chapas uses Restorsea Renormalizing Serum, an exfoliating serum that binds SkinCeuticals Blemish + Age Defense to help cleanse, reduce pores and prevent both acne and aging skin. The final step in her skincare morning is the EltaMD UV Clear Broad-Spectrum Sunscreen SPF 46, Restorsea Renormalizing Serum.
- Night: After cleansing with Cetaphil, Chapas uses a layer of SkinMedica Retinol Complex 0.5 to reduce fine lines and wrinkles. She re-used her morning cream for neck and chests as a night cream.

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