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Buying Medical Grade Cosmetics
Buying your skincare products from The Best You online is a great option as it allows you to select the products that are best suited to your skin. We have an online skin analysis tool (accessible on our Shop page) that will determine your skin’s strengths and vulnerabilities and recommend products that will help to improve the quality and appearance of your skin.
Medical grade skincare products are those that can only be sold under the supervision of a physician. These products usually contain higher concentrations of active ingredients aimed at improving the quality, tone and texture of the skin as the components can penetrate deep into the layers of the skin.
While both skincare products aim to improve the look and feel of your skin, medical grade skincare products have the ability to be absorbed by your skin better than regular skincare products that are sold over-the-counter. The ingredients in medical skincare products are more potent and are present in higher concentrations and have better capabilities to penetrate into the deeper layers of your skin.
Yes, in short, they are better. They have more active ingredients at higher concentrations which can be absorbed better into the skin. Typically, you will achieve better results with medical grade skincare products than with drugstore brands.
If you are interested in achieving more predictable results in terms of quality, tone, and texture of your skin, you should use medical skincare products. Because they are only available in spas or clinics under the supervision of a physician, you will be able to ask questions to be better informed about the needs of your skin. In this way, you will use the products that are best for your skin.
This varies from individual to individual since everyone has a different baseline. Some people may notice a difference as early as within 2 weeks, but generally, after 2-3 months of regular use, the majority of people will notice a difference in their skin.
There are different ways to check if the ingredients in skincare products are safe from different apps to various websites.
When it comes to skincare, it depends on what your main concerns are. For this reason, it is always recommended that you have a detailed skin analysis done to determine your baseline. However, proper cleansing, moisturizing and protection from sun damage are important elements in skincare.
The 3 most important skincare products for your skincare regimen include a cleanser that is gentle and will not strip away moisture from your skin, a good moisturizer suited to your skin type as well as a sunscreen to protect your skin (and you) from UVA/UVB rays.
The 3 most important things to consider when choosing a skincare line include knowing your skin type, buying products that are suited to your skin type and choosing a line that is aligned with your skin concerns and the age of your skin. Also, it is also wise to ensure that you don’t have any allergies or sensitivities to the ingredients in your products.
Is it suitable for my skin type?
How reputable and well-researched is this brand?
Is the product(s) dermatologist approved?
What are the ingredients in the product(s)?
Are the products Health Canada/FDA approved?
It is difficult to know before you buy whether a product will work for your skin. However, if you know your skin type or have access to a skin analysis tool to determine your skin type, it will help you choose skincare products that are more likely to be compatible with your skin. You may also ask if your skincare clinic has testers available to do a patch test before you invest in the full-size product.
The basics are, in this order:
Washing your face (cleansing)
Removing dead skin cells from the surface of your skin (exfoliating)
Balancing the pH of the skin (toning)
Hydrating the skin (moisturizing)
Protecting the skin from sun damage (wearing SPF sunscreen)
To choose the correct skincare products, it is best to have your skin analyzed to find out your skin type. Once you know this, you can purchase the products that are best suited to your skin and your skin concerns.
This varies individually, but it can take as little as 2 weeks for some to see an effect, but usually it ranges between 2-3 months.
There are several discount online websites that may sell skincare products at the best prices. However, buyer beware because you get what you pay for. It is important to understand who you are buying from and whether the products are still viable or if they are close to expiration.