If your pocketbook is as parched as your skin — or even if you have money to burn—you have several excellent lower-cost options for helping your skin recover from summer. Here our skin experts offer one tip each—going beyond sunblock. Regular use of sunscreen is a given for every single skincare expert consulted.
Dr. Christine Hamori, Skin Spa at Christine Hamori, Duxbury:
“The skin product tretinoin or Retin A. They create younger, healthier skin cells and also improve sun-damaged skin by fading brown spots and smoothing out fine wrinkles.”
Jean Neves, Cape Cod Skincare, Cotuit: “Hyaluronic acid. It’s in our skin already.” (Products can be purchased for around $25-$100 and over.)
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