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“We all use deodorants and antiperspirants, but some have ingredients that have been linked to skin irritation, such as propylene glycol, some parabens, triclosan, and lanolin,” says Angie Seelal, PA. This article explains what you need to know about natural deodorants and antiperspirants.
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According to dermatology specialist Jennifer M. Wong, whether you prefer a solid deodorant, a cream for sensitive skin, or a deodorant wipe for a quick cool-down, finding the right pick for your specific needs is totally no sweat.
Suzanne Friedler, MD notes that this versatile ingredient (hypochlorous acid) with its healing properties has application in skincare and in the health care industry.
Rebecca Sklar, a certified registered physician assistant specializing in dermatology gives us her five tips to restore collagen and give you healthy skin.
Angie Seelal, RPA-C reviews this Niacinamide-based product that has been shown to control sebum production, reduce redness, inflammation, and minimize fine lines. In addition, it’s safe for all skin types to use, even aging, dry, and sensitive skin.