If you have some extra downtime these days, it's a good opportunity to practice a little self-care. Dr. Rita Linkner, a board certified dermatologist with Spring Street Dermatology in NYC, told us her best tips for taking care of our skin (read: dry hands) while we're at home. And now we're sharing them with you.
Watch the video for her tips, and find the links to her recommendations below.
For when all that hand-washing and sanitizing starts taking its toll:
For when you want to take advantage of the fact you're not seeing your friends:
Alastin's 0.5 Renewal Retinol. Your face might get dry and flaky for a few weeks while your skin adjusts – don't say we didn't warn you.
Baby Foot's Original Exfoliant Foot Peel. Say "bye" to dead skin – it will peel right off your feet.
For fighting stress breakouts:
RVL Skincare's Glycolic Acid Pregame Pads
Dr. Linkner also recommends Neostrata's Foaming Glycolic Wash at a lower price point
Neova's Serious GlyPeel Mask. Let it dry and peel it off in one big piece.
Revision's C+ Correcting Complex 30%
The Ordinary's Vitamin C Suspension 30% is Dr. Linkner's suggested budget-friendly alternative
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