What does “medical grade” mean? Simply put, it comes down to the effectiveness and concentration of the active ingredients. Because of the high concentration of ingredients, medical grade products yield more significant results.
If you are ready to stop guessing which products are right for you and stop spending money on pretty packaged and highly fragranced products that ultimately don’t do much for your skin, then you are ready for medical grade skin care. These are high-grade product brands I’ve selected and typically have stronger concentrations of active ingredients and may contain pharma-cosmeceuticals not available in the over-the-counter market.
Cosmeceutical ingredients can be classified into a few categories: alpha and beta hydroxyl acids, retinols, antioxidants and peptides to address a variety of skin concerns such as acne, rosacea, melasma, wrinkles and sun damage.