Sunscreen is really the first line of defense for prevention. The little bit of UV every day, 365 days a year, really adds up.
Seattle, WA (PRWEB) October 27, 2013
Dr. Brandith Irwin informs patients about the latest news in skin care and anti-aging. In her most recent video on YouTube.com, Dr. Irwin discusses how to prevent brown spots, melasma, and pigment problems.
She explains that the darker your skin color, eye color, and hair color, the more your skin will pigment when it is injured by inflammation, sun damage, hormones, and acne. Therefore, it is important to know how to prevent and treat pigment problems.
There are two new non-prescription products that are just becoming available that are reported to work as well or nearly as well as hydroquinone 4% - Lytera by SkinMedica and Advanced Pigment Corrector by SkinCeuticals. “We’ll have to see if their results live up to their marketing,” Dr. Irwin comments.
"Sunscreen is really the first line of defense for prevention. The little bit of UV every day, 365 days a year, really adds up," explains Dr. Irwin.
Unlike most prominent dermatologists, Dr. Irwin has no financial ties to any skin care manufacturer or laser company. She does not sit on any boards, act as a spokesperson, accept any fees, or endorse any line of cosmetics. She is a board-certified dermatologist who practices in Seattle, WA, at the practice she founded, Madison Skin & Laser Center. Additionally, she has published multiple anti-aging books, the most recent titled,“The Surgery-Free Makeover: All You Need To Know For Great Skin And A Younger Face.”
Skintour.com has quickly become a highly sought out source for cosmetic dermatology and skincare product information for women on the Internet. Serving as an unbiased skincare and beauty resource, dermatologist Dr. Brandith Irwin not only provides women with expert articles on cosmetic treatments and skincare product information, she also answers questions from users to help them get the most out of their skincare treatments. For more information from Dr. Irwin, visit http://www.SkinTour.com.