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Find the Best Skincare Routine for Your Skin Type

Patients often come to Dr. Schultz's office complaining that their skin is too oily and too dry, or too sensitive. They often misunderstand their skin type, not knowing the right products to effectively care for their skin. In fact, most people who think they have sensitive skin, actually don't. They're just choosing the wrong products.  Knowing if you have oily, dry, combination, sensitive, mature, or normal skin can help you... Read more >

Back to Basics: Finding Your Skin Type

This is why one of the most commonly asked questions we get is: what's my skin type? So today, we're going to outline the four types for you. Believe it or not, you can quickly determine your skin type by answering just two questions. Sure, additional questions may help hone your exact skin condition, but the following questions do provide a quick gut check: Are you often oily or acne-prone?... Read more >

Keep It Simple, Add a BB Cream to Your Routine

While the shelves of drugstores, Ulta and even your own medicine cabinet are overflowing with products, how many can you really layer on before running out the house? BB What? BB Creams are just starting to appear in the US, but they are not as new as you think. BB creams, which stands for Blemish Balms, were created in Germany in the 1960s for women who had undergone laser treatments... Read more >

Antioxidant, Anti-Damage

Antioxidants seem to be popping up everywhere. Now, they are not only in our fruit, but also our chocolate, wine...and skincare? If you are still not quite sure how and why you should be using this skincare essential, let us introduce you to the basics. To the Rescue Topical antioxidants, when applied to the skin, absorb (and are thus destroyed by) free radicals in the skin before they can cause... Read more >

I have a pimple... now what?

Let's talk treatment. Dr. Schultz explains acne treatment in three short steps on DermTV. In short, to combat acne, you should use three types of products twice a day: a cleanser, a toner and a product with an active ingredient. 1. Start with a cleanser in the morning. Using one that caters specifically to your skin type, put a small amount in your palm and massage it into your face... Read more >

Do you have four minutes?

What does Dr. Schultz suggest? Spend four minutes a day on improving your skin. Just four minutes. He promises that dedicating this teeny weeny bit of time to your skin everyday and using the skincare essentials (exfoliants, antioxidants and sunscreen) we've been blogging about, you'll achieve brighter, more beautiful and healthy skin. So, let's do some math. 4 minutes a day is 1,460 minutes a year, which breaks down to... Read more >

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