Frequently Asked Questions

Your lineup varies between morning and night. In the morning, the ideal basics of skin care are “a gentle wash, an antioxidant serum, hydrating moisturizer, and sunscreen,”

At night, she recommends repeating your cleanse, treating skin with my ekseption serum a topical —which speeds cell turnover and spurs collagen production—and following with repair cream

As a general rule of thumb, I would advise one to two times per week,” I recommend retinol Booster at night, do not put any cream afterwards, Retinol Booster used only at night is a perfect exfoliator.

The best time to start addressing wrinkles is once you see them in the mirror. “Usually, this is noticeable in your late 20s,” says Greenfield. But you can take preventive measures, like diligent sunscreen use, way before that — like now. It’s the most effective and affordable anti-aging product out there.

Not all dark spots are created equal. The best treatment depends on what caused the spot in the first place. “Some are classic sun spots, which we can treat with lasers, while others might be associated with melasma, a hormonally triggered hyperpigmentation, which we’re more likely to treat with peels and topicals and laser, I recommend Picoway laser, “last generation”

“Generally speaking, yes,” Retinol, or vitamin A, is loved by dermatologists for its ability to speed skin cell turnover and boost collagen production. I recommend only twice a week, To avoid dryness and flaking

Go for mineral. “Mineral sunscreens protect against a larger range of ultraviolet light and are more efficacious,” she explains. “Chemical sunscreens can be absorbed in the body and can also cause an irritant or allergic reaction on the skin.”

Yes, you definitely need a separate eye cream. “The skin around the eyes is thinner and needs more support than other skin on the face”. I recommend looking for one with retinol as well as antioxidants like vitamin C and grow factor for anti-aging. The Ultim- eyes cream and Eye-Sorbet