Friday, 29 July 2016 10:41

Tools of the Trade: Sun Damage

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Trendsetters give insight on the tools they recommend 
for treating sun damage.


GinaMarieMcGuireGinamariePresident of Ginamarie Products
Gina Marie McGuire
Toning Treatment is one of my favorite products in our skin care line. It is extremely effective and the results are immediate! This weekly treatment was specifically formulated to increase circulation, tone muscles, and tighten the skin, all of which are necessities when it comes to combatting sun damaged skin and preventing premature aging. This product is infused with excellent antioxidants and calming agents – such as comfrey, kelp, chamomile, and aloe vera – and is often referred to as a nonsurgical facelift!”

RobinLCarmichaelrobinHelixCOO and President of Helix BioMedix, Inc.
Robin L. Carmichael
“Apothederm’s Bright Skin Serum is one of my favorite multitasking products, especially in the summer, as it helps fade uneven skin tone caused by sun exposure while also helping to unclog pores. The malic and mandelic acids gently exfoliate to reduce spots, diminish skin imperfections, and soften the skin. It facilitates the dissolving of pore buildup from sunscreens, oily summer skin, and outdoor activities. As an added bonus, it also helps with blemish-prone skin.”

KevinSheridanKevinMoleSafeCEO of MoleSafe
Kevin Sheridan
“A panel of world-renowned dermatologists developed MoleSafe’s Skin Surveillance Program as part of their dedication to providing skin cancer detection at the earliest point possible. This invaluable tool allows dermatologists to deliver fast, effective treatments through the use of advanced dermoscopic imaging and monitor the skin for the slightest changes over time. Patients and dermatologists can remove doubt with our comprehensive Skin Surveillance Program.”

SzilviaHickmanSzilviaIlikeSenior Vice President of Szép Élet
Szilvia Hickman
“ilike organic skin care has a true game changer in treating sun damaged skin with its Brightening Moisturizer for Face, Hands and Body. Among stonecrop, cucumber, and bearberry, one of the key ingredients is undecylenoyl phenylalanine – a trademarked organic compound derived from castor seed – which reduces the pigmentation process. Since hyperpigmentation is my main skin care concern, I was very excited about this new product. Not only does it keep my skin tone even, but also keeps it silky smooth.”

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Tools of the Trade