Your skin can break out at any age and traveling has all the potential for making it happen. Think of the possibilities: resting your head in public conveyances, bacteria-ridden hotel phones, strange foods, ragged hours, strange water, not enough water, different climates, stress. That's why I was happy to be hosted to experience Dr. Lin Skincare!
Here's the story behind the line:
Having personally struggled with acne, Dr. Michael Lin has devoted his 16 years of practice to providing his patients with continuously clear skin.
Dr. Lin’s passion to not just treat acne, but clear it, led him to develop the clinically proven, Dr. Lin Skincare Acne Clarifying System out of his own dermatology office in Beverly Hills.
California licensed physician
Board Certified, American Board of Dermatology
Diplomat of the American Academy of Dermatology
Adjunct Professor of Clinical Medicine at the University of Southern California
Dr. Lin believes that everyone deserves to have clear, beautiful skin and he is excited to bring what was once only available at his practice to the public.
Several of the products can fit into a 3-1-1 carry-on travel bag, including the Acne Spot Corrector. This is what they say about it -- powerful stuff in a little tube!:
Treat the first sign of a breakout and fade the red and dark marks left behind with this powerful spot treatment. Formulated with 5% benzoyl peroxide to kill acne-causing bacteria. Works on old and new acne marks to fade discoloration on all skin types.
A product that does not come in 3-1-1 carry-on travel bag size, but it's worth going to the dollar store and getting a little plastic tub for: Daily Hydrating Gel. You can use it even when you're not breaking out, but it's an intensive gel treatment minimizes inflammation and restores skin moisture with hyaluronic acid, and reduces redness with aloe vera. You can use it for after shaving, to prevent or relieve little bumps. You can even use this thin, clear, unscented and cooling gel even as an overnight mask! It's like having a little Swiss Army knife of fix-all for your skin. After all, you never know when you'll have irritated skin and really, there are very few things that are safe for you to put on inflamed skin.
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