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Popular Physician-Grade Skin Care Product Lines

Popular Physician-Grade Skin Care Product Lines


The latest trend in cosmetic dermatology is the development of professional skin care product lines that cater to patients of all ages, budgets, and skin types. Dermatologists and plastic surgeons from across the country are scrambling to come up with the latest, greatest product to address common skin concerns and restore vitality to aging skin.

Which Skin Problems Can Be Treated with Physician-Grade Products?

Professional skin care products have high concentrations of active ingredients that fight sun damage, hyperpigmentation, lines and wrinkles, acne, age spots, rosacea, and undereye circles, in addition to protecting the skin from future damage. Products range from moisturizers with built-in sunscreen to at-home chemical peels and "facelifts" in a bottle. Patients of all ages and skin types can benefit from professional skin care products, but it is best to consult a dermatologist to find out which product and concentration of ingredients are right for you.

Popular Physician-Grade Skin Care Product Lines

The skin care product lines below represent some of the most popular product lines available on the market:

Kinerase® - These skin care products are formulated with plant-based extracts, ideal for treating aging and sun damaged skin.

La Roche-Posay® - Selenium is the active ingredient in this skin care line. La Roche-Posay® products can improve the condition of your skin and the appearance of wrinkles, fine lines, and sun damage.

M.D. FORTÉ® - This skin care line contains concentrations of glycolic acid, which helps to rejuvenate the skin with minimal irritation.

SkinCeuticals® - The SkinCeuticals® line is specially formulated with anti-aging ingredients to correct skin imperfections and improve the texture of aging skin.

If you are interested in trying some of the professional skin care product lines featured on this page, it is best to consult a dermatologist to find out which brand is right for you. A dermatologist can also provide you with samples so that you can test products prior to making them part of your daily skin care routine.

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