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Brandith Irwin, MD, of SkinTour.com Releases New Video About Which Skin Care Products Are Worth Using
Date:9/27/2013

Seattle, WA (PRWEB) September 27, 2013

Dr. Brandith Irwin informs patients with up to date news in skin care and anti-aging on her website, SkinTour.com. In her latest video, Dr. Irwin discussed skin care products worth using daily.

"There are so many skin care products available to consumers. I recommend people create a basic regimen to protect their skin from aging and environmental factors. You want to use a great cleanser and moisturizer daily. You also always want to protect your skin with antioxidants, a Vitamin A cream, and a sunscreen.”

Today, people are bombarded with an endless amount of skin care product options. In her video, Dr. Irwin suggested keeping things simple with your skin care regimen and focusing on products with quality ingredients. The following are products Dr. Irwin recommended using:

· A great organic cleanser like Eminence Lemon cleanser does not strip away natural oils and works for many skin types.

· Repair creams such as Phloretin CF Gel SkinCeuticals contain 3 antioxidants in one and works well under sunscreen.

· Sunscreens protect you from sun damage 365 days a year. SkinCeuticals Physical Fusion SPF 50 provides excellent protection from the sun.

For most people, using the right products is key. Dr. Irwin explains, “These are the first steps to lead you in taking care of yourself. This self-care creates more self-esteem and a more positive regard which can create a snowball effect.”

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