We were excited to see Skin Chic favorites consistently on the top of the list of dermatologist favorites in this article from POPSUGAR.com.
Dr. Y. Claire Chang
Y. Claire Chang, MD, is a board-certified cosmetic dermatologist at Union Square Laser Dermatology in Manhattan, New York. Her approach to treating her skin in the winter is simple and only includes five steps.
Morning: SkinCeuticals C E Ferulic ($166) is her favorite for evening skin tone, protecting against environmental pollution, and fighting free radicals. She follows with the EltaMD UV Clear Face Sunscreen SPF 46 ($36).
Evening: Dr. Chang uses another dose of CE Ferulic, followed by a prescription retinol.
Dr. Dendy Engelman
Morning: Dr. Engelman uses five drops of the dermatologist-favorite SkinCeuticals C E Ferulic ($166). She follows with hyaluronic acid serum and sunscreen.
Evening: Dr. Engelman starts her nighttime routine off with a double cleanse, first using a balm followed by the Epionce Lytic Gel Cleanser ($38), which she loves because it has willow-bark extract (a natural anti-inflammatory) and balances the skin's pH.
Dr. Michelle Henry
Morning: Dr. Henry likes to keep her skin-care routine simple. After cleanse and Vitamin C, she applies SPF. Her favorite is the EltaMD UV Clear Face Sunscreen Broad-Spectrum SPF 46 ($36), which is a transparent formula that's suitable for acne-prone and sensitive skin.
Evening: After cleansing and applying retinol, she uses the SkinCeuticals Triple Lipid Restore 2:4:2 ($128) to hydrate her skin.
Dr. Shari Marchbein
Shari Marchbein, MD, FAAD, is a New York City-based dermatologist and clinical assistant professor of dermatology at the NYU School of Medicine.
Morning: Dr. Marchbein uses two serums: the SkinCeuticals Phloretin CF With Ferulic Acid ($166) and the SkinCeuticals H.A. Intensifier ($100). "Hyaluronic acid serums are key in the wintertime since [the ingredient] is a humectant, which attracts and binds to water molecules and increases the water content of the skin," said Dr. Marchbein.
For SPF, she uses the Alastin HydraTint Pro Mineral Broad-Spectrum Sunscreen SPF 36 ($55) which has a light tint.
Evening: After cleansing with her Neutrogena cleanser again, she uses the SkinCeuticals Discoloration Defense ($98) to help with hyperpigmentation. "I also apply peptides for my eyelids and face at night to help boost production of collagen and elastin, which improves the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles," said Dr. Marchbein. One of her go-tos is the and Alastin Restorative Skin Complex ($194).
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