(Medical grade skincare matters more) ✔️
We’re all after the same things though right! we want an easy fix, we want cheap and effective, we want low risk, and high reward. Then… reality check. It’s not that simple. HOWEVER, we can create a budget that’s easy for it, and we can prioritise (especially when our bank account says NO but our skin is screaming YES 🙌
When I was looking for my own regimen, and when I talk to my clients about these issues, many questions come up:
How can you sort out what the difference is between real results, and powerful ad campaigns?
Are you seduced by sleek packaging or results focused?
Could the best anti aging cream, or the best eye cream, or the best face moisturizer be in ugly packaging?
Do you need to get a medical grade regimen, or can you just pop into Sephora?
The answer, yes and no.
Here’s my thoughts (trust me I know)
👉🏽THE BEST PRODUCTS HAVE THE BEST INGREDIENTS, IN THE PUREST FORM, AT THE APPROPRIATE STRENGTH, AND IN CORRECT COMBINATIONS, BACKED BY RESEARCH STUDIES.
👉🏽Medical grade, or pharmaceutical grade products are required to contain ingredients that are 99% pure.
👉🏽 Medical grade skin care products have higher concentrations of active ingredients.
👉🏽 Medical grade skin care products must have clinical research studies to back up any claims about their benefits. They have to PHYSICALLY CHANGE THE SKIN 🔊
👉🏽 DELIVERY TO DEEP SKIN LAYERS.
It’s all about layers! If you’ve purchased something from a non medical professional, in any store, or online, understand these agents only work on the outermost skin layer called the epidermis. They sit on the surface and barely penetrate into deeper layers.