10 Aug CHOOSING SOAPS FOR ACNE-PRONE SKIN AND DRY SKIN
If you’re considering injectable wrinkle reducers, you’re not alone: Over 4.4 million procedures using Botulinum toxin type A (AKA Botox, Xeomin, Dysport and other brand names) were performed in the U.S. in 2020, with demand expected to surge even higher this year. It’s no wonder the treatments are popular—injectables can offer dramatic results when it comes to reducing furrows, crow’s feet and other deep lines. And these treatments work even better when paired with the right skin care routine, says Dr. Caroline Robinson, a board-certified medical and cosmetic dermatologist based in Chicago. We asked Dr. Robinson, who’s partnered with Revision Skincare on education efforts around the launch of their new Revox™ Line Relaxer (a serum designed to be used in tandem with injectable neuromodulators), to explain how to get your best results.