The Doctors: Clear Skin Secrets
The Doctors was all about beautiful skin, featuring a guide on how to Eat Your Way To Beautiful Skin. This segment included the Kate Somerville Complexion Correction Review, as well as a look at the Kate Somerville Exfolikate Review. The team also turned to dermatologist Dr Glynis Ablon for her Clear Skin Secrets. Check out what she had to say.
- Zinc Oxide Sunscreen – Don’t use too much base. It’s just going to call attention to your wrinkles. Instead, use a sunscreen with zinc oxide.
Pore Strips – Try pore strips to remove blackheads and temporarily shrink your pores. This is great before a big event or special night out.
- Cinnamon Oil – Find Cinnamon Oil at a health food store and it will naturally plump your lips for a fraction of the cost.
- Yogurt For Sunburns – Apply yogurt to reduce pain and inflammation from sunburns.
- Aquaphor Ointment – Studies find this is more effect in wound healing than antibiotics.
- Soy Milk – You can use this on a compress to reduce puffiness under your eyes.
- Super Glue – Super Glue works great on cracked heels or fingers, lowering your risk of infection.
- Whipped Cream with Sorbitol – Go light on this to avoid stickiness, but this is a great moisturizer in a pinch. It also works as a hair conditioner.
The Drs: Kate Somerville Complexion Correction Review
Back in the anti-aging lab, Dr Andrew Ordon was getting insider skin secrets from expert Kate Somerville. They were with an audience member who was concerned about her sunspots.
Kate Somerville suggested her Complexion Correction treatment. It relies on Retinol and Alpha Arbutin, which controls unwanted brown spots. You can also find Hydroquinone, which is available over the counter at 2%.
This treatment takes time but will help spots slowly fade, as seen in some before and after pictures. Dr Ordon noted that being persistent with this treatment could pay off.
The Doctors: Kate Somerville Exfolikate Review for Exfoliation
The next audience volunteer wanted to know whether she exfoliates too much or not enough. Kate recommended Kate Somerville Exfolikate, which lifts dead skin and also works as a mask. Its ingredients include papaya and pineapple enzymes and alpha hydroxy.
Exfoliation removes the top layer of dead skin. Dr Andrew Ordon said that skin cells grow and shed on a cycle of about four weeks. But it is possible to over-exfoliate, which can lead to breakouts and oily skin.
You can also check out the Kate Somerville Dermal Quench Liquid Lift Review from this episode.