Yes, it is possible to get identical skincare at home as you would in the most fancy-pants of dermatologist or aestetician’s offices. 

Products hitting the market this spring, for the first time, empower you to take care of your skin (all over) without the time-intensive and costly doctor visits and perscriptions.  These are products that mirror what the professionals use – they are not just good or watered down (literally) copies.

Crystalift At-Home Microdermabrasion

Crystalift is the first and only at-home microdermabrasion machine that uses the same clinically proven vacuum technology found in Dermatologist offices’ and exclusive spas around the world.  Until now, only skin care professionals had access to specialized crystal and vacuum resurfacing machines that cost $10,000.

“I was skeptical, and actually a bit afraid of what I might do to myself with the microdermabrasion kit,” said Kelly Marcus of Allenhurst.  “I love it now that I have the hang of it and my skin looks great – face, shoulders hands.  The only thing I would tell people is that you have to, have to, have to use sunscreen all the time or you will be in trouble.”

Olay Professional Cream Renewal Cleanser

A group of renowned dermatologists and P&G Scientists set out to create a breakthrough and forever change the anti-aging landscape.  This team of experts in dermatology (14 dermatologists), clinical methods, biochemistry, and molecular biology, partnered to form a line of professional products that deliver clinically proven results in 28 days.

Restorative Cream Cleanser is professionally designed to thoroughly and gently cleanse skin.

Doctor’s Dermatologic Formula

In 1995, Dr. Howard Sobel changed the name of his product line to DDF (Doctor’s Dermatologic Formula) to help define the brand as a doctor’s dermatologic line. DDF developed its legendary product line, focusing on anti-aging (preventative and restorative), acne, hyperpigmentation, rosacea, sun protection, and sensitive-allergic conditions. DDF expanded distribution to become one of the first doctor-preferred skin-care lines sold at Sephora when the chain debuted in the U.S. in 1998.

A combination of glycolic acid and humectants for a silky skin texture, DDF’s Glycolic Body Lotion adds moisture to dehydrated skin for enhanced suppleness and increased comfort.