If you’re anything like me, you’re probably extremely picky about what you put on your face. I have dry, acne prone skin, so finding products that work for my skin type isn’t exactly a walk in the park. Last week, I was invited to try out the SkinCeuticals Custom D.O.S.E (Diagnostic Optimization Serum Experience) in LA. I was super excited to hear all about their new custom serum experience because I’ve been a fan of the brand for years. I was first introduced to SkinCeuticals through my dermatologist who recommended it for my sensitive skin. Keep on reading to hear all about my experience getting my very own customized serum for my skin type!
THE D.O.S.E EXPERIENCE
I stopped by Cassileth Plastic Surgery and met with Dr. Kelly Killeen who is a double board-certified plastic surgeon (aka she knows her stuff). First, she evaluated my skin and we chatted about my skincare needs and concerns. I told her about all my skin issues and that my skin doesn’t react very well to retinols. From there she input this info into the D.O.S.E machine, which then recommended certain ingredients for my skin type. It was so cool to see this little machine create my custom serum cocktail so quickly! Together all the ingredients in my serum target the appearance of discoloration and visible signs of aging, without any ingredients that’ll break me out. After it was finished, she put a label with my name and the complete formula ID for easy replenishment!
Dr. Killeen recommended I use my serum once a day and work my way up to twice a day. If you’re looking for a serum that is made just for YOUR skin, I definitely recommend making an appointment to try the new SkinCeuticals Custom D.O.S.E experience. They made it so easy to create a serum that addresses all my skincare concerns!
If you’re not based in LA, but have been wanting to try SkinCeuticals, I totally recommend this moisturizer, which I’ve been using for years. Read more about why I love it in this blog post! What’s your biggest skincare concern?
This post was in partnership with SkinCeuticals.