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Dr. Irwin's 22 best Skin Care Products for 2017 on SkinTour

22 BEST SKIN CARE PRODUCTS FOR 2017

Choosing my “best” skin care products recommendations for 2017 was tough! But when I focused on my top requirements for great products, I was able to easily choose. Some on...
New Years Skin Resolutions by SkinTour's Dr. Brandith Irwin

7 New Year Skin Resolutions for Real Results!

We all like to make New Year’s resolutions. There’s something about starting the year off with a few new healthy habits that feels great. And, if you truly make them...
Alcohol in skin care products - is it bad? Dr. Irwin answers on SkinTour skin care blog

Alcohol in skincare products. Is it harmful?

There has been controversy around this in the past few years. I have not seen a single paper written in the medical literature that shows that a small amount of...
Everything you need to know about skincare for men - Dr Brandith Irwin on SkinTour

Mens’ skin care and treatments 101

Thank you for writing in. Even I forget sometimes that we have a large group of men now who thankfully want to prevent and correct sun damage and signs of...
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One of the best investments in your skin is your daily skincare. Why? Because you can prevent many problems with blotchy skin color, lack of glow, texture, some types of acne, and fine lines with good skincare products. You can also correct some of these problems with effective skincare products. Great skincare is often more expensive because quality ingredients are expensive. Some companies spend on research/development which benefits all of us and adds to the cost. Are they worth it? In general - yes! I have handpicked some of what I consider to be the best skin care products, and offer them for sale on SkinTour's shop. This is based on my team and I's testing and research at our clinic. Many of the products are in my own regimen. What could be better than using skin care products a dermatologist uses?!