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What do skincare specialists use on their skin?

Updated: Jul 6, 2020

pictured- Amanda Caldwell, APRN-C

Do you ever wonder what products skincare specialists use on their skin? So do we! Amanda Caldwell, APRN in Leawood and Independence shares with us her favorite products and why they are important.

Vitamin C: The most important antioxidant as it helps the appearance of fine lines, calms inflammation (redness), brightens, retains moisture and stabilizes vitamin E.

TNS Essential Serum: Consists of growth factors to help repair damaged skin, providing firmness and elasticity while helping maintain skins protective functions.

Aklief (Retinoids): Increases cell turnover to exfoliate clogged pores, reduces the appearance of fine lines, effectively treats acne and wrinkles.

Nectifirm: Helps the skin appear firmer and lifted, reducing appearance of rough, crepey skin, lessens the look of fine lines and wrinkles of the neck and décolletage.

SkinMedica Lumivive System: A two-step day and night system to provide 24 hour protection and repair. These products work with the skins circadian rhythm boosting cellular repair and combats free radicals preventing further damage.

SkinMedica HA5: Provides deep skin hydration, improving crepey skin and gives you smooth skin. This product immediate smooths appears of fine lines, wrinkles and supports the skin's natural ability to retain moisture.

SkinMedica AHA/BHA cream: Exfoliates and improves appearance of skin tone, texture and overall helps brighten skin. I apply this weekly to face, neck and chest.

SkinMedica Rejuvenative Moisturizer: When I need more moisture, typically winter months, I add this product. This nourishing facial moisturizer is for dry or normal skin types. This hydrates, smooths, softens allowing lines and wrinkles to be minimized.

If you would like to purchase any of these SkinMedica products, visit our online store at Interested in booking an appointment with Amanda, you can request your appointment online HERE.

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