How to uncomplicate your skin care routine | dermatologist Kavita Mariwalla, M.D. 
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“My skin care philosophy is about meeting the person where they are at that point in their life; What you can do as a 25-year-old and what you can do as a 30-year-old with a newborn are very different things,” says board certified dermatologist Kavita Mariwalla, M.D. “It’s not about if you theoretically should use a 10-step routine, because if you can only manage two-steps why are we talking about the other eight? It’s about being practical.” In this episode of Clean Beauty School, beauty director & host Alexandra Engler talks with Mariwalla about the problems with overcomplicating our skin care routines, what you actually should be doing daily, and busting some social media beauty trends. Show notes: -Follow Kavita Mariwalla, M.D.  -A basic explainer on your skin care routine order.  -Research on microneedling’s effect on wrinkles, skin’s appearance, and in-tandem with other in office procedures.   -Learn about what we mean by “actives”. -Learn more about the ingredients mentioned in this episode: Retinol, zinc, vitamin c, resveratrol, glycolic acid, caffeine, green tea, aloe vera, lactic acid, manuka honey, micellar water.    -Products recommended in this episode: Vichy LiftActiv Peptide-C Anti-Aging Ampoule Serum, IT Cosmetics Bye Bye Dullness Vitamin C Serum, Skinfix Resurface+ AHA Renewing Body Cream, Summer Friday’s Cloud Dew Gel Cream Moisturizer, Susanne Kaufmann Moisturizing Gel Line, Lumiere Line Smoothing Eye Cream, Wander Beauty Baggage Claim Eye Masks, The Ordinary Caffeine 5% ECGS Depuffing Eye Serum, It Cosmetics Bye Bye Under Eye Anti-Aging Concealer.  Comments: [email protected] Sponsorship inquiries: [email protected] 
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