Dr Oz: Best Rosacea Skincare Product
Dr. Oz and Dermatologist Dr. Jeannette Graf discussed the comeback of Alpha Hydroxy Acid and its anti-aging benefits. Not only does it exfoliate your skin better than other products, but it is also safe to use all areas of your face! Now get ready to learn which one is right for your skin type.
Dr Oz: The Best Alpha Hydroxy Product for Dry Skin
Depending on your skin type, there is an Alpha Hydroxy Acid product that is right for you! In the case of dry skin or sensitive skin Dr. Jeannette Graf recommends Poly Hydroxy Acids (PHA).
- Best for those with Rosacea
- Absorbed more slowly into the skin
- Use every night before bedtime
Dr Oz: What is the Best Cleanser for Acne-Prone Skin?
If you have oily or acne-prone skin Dr. Graf recommends using Glycolic Acid because it is the strongest of Alpha Hydroxy Acids. It penetrates quickly and can be used in a light lotion, cleanser or cream.
- Look for 10% Glycolic Acid on label
Dr Oz: Lactic Acid Skin Benefits
If you are a person who has normal or combination skin Dr. Graf says a product containing Lactic Acid would be most beneficial to your skin. It exfoliates and moisturizes the skin and can be found pretty easily at your local drugstore.
Dr Oz: The Best Way to Use Alpha Hydroxy Products
Dr. Jeannette Graf says the best Alpha Hydroxy Acid Products are those that are meant to be left on the skin, like creams, serums and lotions. When you put them on your skin, the Alpha Hydroxy Products remain for a long period of time and are able to offer better benefits than a cleanser that just gets rinsed away after you use it.
Dr Oz: Alpha Hydroxy Acid Sun Warning
Dr. Graf warned that Alpha Hydroxy Acid products will leave your skin more sensitive to the sun, so make sure you apply a broad spectrum sunblock every day of the year with an SPF of 30 or higher.
Dr Oz: The Fun Things Fans Send to Dr. Oz
Dr. Oz says he loves to answer questions from his fans, but this time he asked them to send in their favorite pieces of art, which included a reproduction of an Operation Board Game with Dr. Oz’s face on it.