The American Council of Dermatologists (ACD) recommends a $5,000 face wash to cover any broken or damaged skin.
A large, moisturizing washcloth is also recommended.
The dermatologist recommends applying a cream, such as an ointment, mask, cream, or cream-based sunscreen.
A cream cleanser is recommended for oily or combination skin, but not essential for oily skin.
It can be a mask that covers pores, but it is not recommended.
It also should not be applied directly to the skin.
An eye wash is recommended if the eye is irritated.
A moisturizer should be applied twice daily.
A high-end face wash is best for sensitive skin and the dryer, more prone to breakage.
It should not penetrate the skin, and is recommended to be applied by a professional.
The American Academy of Dermetology (AAED) recommends that a $1,000 product that contains at least 3 percent serum (soaps, shampoos, and conditioners) and an additional 3 percent glycerin should be used on the entire face and body.
If using this product, use a conditioner or a shampoo that contains glycerine.
Avoid using a lotion or cream on the face.
The AAED says that the recommended dose should be no more than 4 percent of a patient’s daily protein intake.
A low-level daily protein such as 1 to 2 grams of protein per pound of body weight is recommended.
A high-level product containing at least 8 percent serum and an adequate amount of glycerol and/or glycerite should be employed.
The American Academy for Dermatology recommends a 10 percent glycolic acid product with a pH of 8.0 to 8.5.
An anti-aging treatment that contains an amount of ascorbic acid, a vitamin C, is recommended on the cheeks and lips.
It is recommended that the product is used in the afternoon and evening.
Some dermatologists recommend a $10,000 treatment for the skin on the nose and chin that contains collagen.
If a skin condition requires the use of a prescription mask, the product should be purchased by a dermatologist or a dermatologic dermatologist.