As a self-professed skin care junkie I have little problem with the amount of product I use on a daily basis. Unfortunately it is difficult to give your skin the attention it requires when you are at the gym or traveling. My gym bag isn’t very big and I prefer it that way, so I can’t put [...]
Author Archives: Jason
Occupation: Junior Copywriter
I knew next to nothing about skin care when I started at this company in Customer Service 4 years ago. Through information-intensive brand training and my own personal research I have learned so much and it’s all thanks to Dermstore’s focus product knowledge and professional –level expertise. My hobbies include gaming, literature, home improvement, culinary arts and going to the gym.
What’s in your shave bag:
My gym bag pretty much as mini derm-spa in it. Everything from body lotion to shampoo and conditioner to shower gel ect..
#1 Must Have Product:
My #1 must have product is the Elta MD UV Clear SPF 46 because it’s lightweight and non-greasy and it protects my skin from harmful UV rays as it soothes irritation.
Eminence Organics and Billy Jealousy.
Best Beauty Tip:
Protect your skin at all times. The sun is not your skin’s friend. It’s easier to prevent UV damage than it is to repair it.
Biggest beauty concern:
Rosacea is a huge concern for me because I have to be very careful what I use on my face otherwise I get really red. My skin is also prone to oil and the occasional breakout so I’m always looking for ways to control excess shine throughout the day.
Senstivie/Oily skin type.
Ever since I was old enough I have hated, loathed and rued shaving my facial hair. Due to my sensitive rosacea skin I tend to get it all; razor bumps, redness, in-grown hairs, dryness and that physical burning sensation whenever I shave. Thus I shave but once or twice a week so I tend to [...]
Rosacea is a common skin condition that affects many people from Bill Clinton to Cameron Diaz, unfortunately the definitive cause of this pervasive proclivity for inflammation is still not yet known. Myriad theories range from hereditary factors to an overactive immune system to mites that live in the skin of the nose and cheeks. Whatever [...]