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Recurring Skin Problems? Choose Clinical Grade Skin Care Products.

All beauty products are divided into three categories in skin care, which are clinical grade, cosmeceuticals, and cosmetics. 

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Clinical Grade

Cosmeceuticals

Cosmetics (Over the Counter)

Description

Highly regulated by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA)

 

Combination of cosmetics and clinical grade products

All cosmetics contain similar concentration of ingredients

Backed up Through Scientific Studies

Yes

Partly

No

Concentration of Active Ingredients

High

High

Low

Penetrate the Skin Barrier

Yes, penetrate through the Epidermis, and all the way to the Dermis

Yes, penetrate through the Epidermis, and all the way to the Dermis

No, only sit on the surface of the skin

Ingredients Quality Evaluation

Safest and best quality, avoiding the use of irritants and harmful ingredients

Safer and better quality, avoiding the use of irritants and harmful ingredients

Packed with many fillers, parabens, dyes, fragrance and preservatives

Therapeutic Change in the Skin

Yes

Yes

No

Effectiveness

Most effective and most powerful

Effective and powerful

No, only work superficially

Product Packaging

Simple packaging. You pay most for what’s inside the bottle, not packaging

Simple packaging. You pay most for what’s inside the bottle, not packaging

You pay most for fancy bottles, jars, boxes, and celebrity endorsements

Recommended by Skin Care Professionals

Highly Recommended

Recommended

Not Recommended

Worth of Purchase

Yes Yes No

Simply put, you want to use the beauty products containing high concentration of active ingredients and can penetrate through the Epidermis all the way to the Dermis where your collagen, elastin, and new skin cells reside, not just sit on the surface of your skin.

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