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Dermatologist Recommended Skin Care

Posted Aug 06 2011 5:01am

If you’re like me, when you look for something like skin care, a recommendation by a professional makes a big difference, right? But what if that recommendation is not all it’s cracked up to be?

In other words, what if “Dermatologist Recommended” doesn’t really mean that a skin care product is effective, or even safe for your skin?

Sadly, that’s the case with some products.

Dermatologist Recommended Skin Care

Dermatologist Recommended Skin Care

These dermatologist recommended skin care creams and other products probably are recommended by some doctor, somewhere, but they are full of chemicals that are not helpful to your skin and may be harmful not only to your skin but to your overall health-chemicals like acrylamides, parabens and alchohol. Many of these products contain carcinogens and neurotoxins.


Is this really something you want to put on your skin?

No, probably not. So how do these products get to be dermatologist recommended skin care?

There are two reasons.

First, there is always a doctor who will recommend something in exchange for the name recognition or the money involved. That’s just a sad truth.

Second, you have to understand that chemicals are a part of the world of medicine. Dermatologists use chemicals all the time; they’re called medicine. They may not really be thinking in terms of how these chemicals affect your skin long-term, because they’re focusing on fixing the immediate problem.

But your focus is on healthy skin, and for that you need a natural solution.

Fortunately, you can find natural dermatologist recommended skin care products. The key is to look for natural ingredients that target the issues you’re hoping to correct.

One important ingredient to look for is natural Vitamin E. Active manuka honey and avocado oil, as well as babassu, will help your skin stay well-hydrated and resist signs of aging. Because these ingredients are all-natural and completely organic, you could eat them! You can apply them to broken skin to promote healing, so you can imagine that they will help keep your skin young-looking and healthy.

Naturally, you don’t even have to know that these ingredients are part of a dermatologist approved skin care regime to know that they are great for your skin. But what do they do?

Avocado oil stimulates the production of collagen while reducing age spots, while babassu prevents dry skin and creates a layer of protection to lock in moisture and keep out dirt and pollutants. Manuka honey is an antibacterial that stimulates the production of collagen and elastin, and helps soothe serious skin conditions. Vitamin E is a powerful antioxidant that helps reduce blemishes, age spots and wrinkles. So you can see that these ingredients are very important in any natural dermatologist recommended skin care product.

So what’s the bottom line? Always go natural and always know the ingredients in any product you choose. Dermatologist recommended skin care may have it’s place but you need to educate yourself as well.

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