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Skin care comes in all shapes and sizes, and with that all different price ranges. Before choosing to invest in Medical Grade Skincare, read on to better understand what it is.
Medical grade skincare provides wonderful benefits to your skin. Medical grade skincare has higher quantities of active ingredients (see section on “Less Can Be More”), the things that really affect the changes on your skin. Because of that they target problem areas like acne, dry skin, wrinkles, and more. In addition to the active ingredients, you’ll find highly stabilized ingredients to help the product last longer.
Medical grade skincare also allows for deeper absorption into the skin. A typical over-the-counter skin product only affects the outermost layer of the skin, causing a gilded correction, versus the true correction that comes from the medical grade level which affect the middle and deepest layer of the skin.
Dr. Ward, who obtained his Master of Chemistry from the University of Utah and developed the FormRx skincare line and explains the need for medical grade skincare this way, “The term, ‘medical grade’ indicates that the product has medicinal components to it. These medicinal components affect the body’s physiology or function in a way to illicit a particular, desired response. For example, vitamin C would be considered a medicinal product that helps repair damaged to DNA – left unfixed causes many side effects, such as acceleration of the aging process.”
FormRx products are made to target areas and get the results you are looking for. This skincare quiz will help you find what you need!