If you’ve been on social media in the past few years, chances are you’ve come across at least one of Sandra Lee’s videos, a certified dermatologist. Otherwise known as Dr. Pimple Popper, Lee rose to fame by sharing educational videos on the internet of her mining, squeezing, and, you guessed it, popping up a whole bunch of different places.
From blackheads to bacne, Lee’s eerily satisfying videos have earned him 7.1 million YouTube subscribers, 4.2 million Instagram subscribers, 9.6 million TikTok subscribers, and even his own show. television.
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And while much of its success comes from the somewhat eerie satisfaction we get from watching HD videos of rushing spots, over the years it’s been Lee’s in-depth knowledge of skin care, as well. that the fact that she is a very good dermatologist has kept us coming back.
Sure, point extractions are great content, but as a dermatologist Lee’s job is to help diagnose a plethora of skin conditions and to help his patients understand exactly what they are and how. treat him. In short, she is a wealth of knowledge in skin care and what kinds of ingredients and products our skin needs.
So it’s safe to say that when Lee launched his own skin care line in the US, SLMD (that’s Sandra Lee MD) Skincare, in 2017, we were a little jealous that we couldn’t get our hands on. above. But finally, we can announce that a UK launch is coming soon. In fact, eight of the top-selling SLMD products will be available for purchase in the UK from June 14 (yes, it’s next week!)
So what can we expect? Understanding that not all of us have the option of booking monthly visits to see a dermatologist, Lee wanted to create products that treat skin problems the same way a doctor would. Harnessing some of the most effective active ingredients in skin care, such as glycolic acid, retinol and salicylic acid, SLMD Skincare products were created to encourage us to take charge of our skin health with products that really work.
As for the products themselves, prices start at £ 26 and the range will aim to address a number of key skin concerns, including blemishes, aging and dryness. Consider a salicylic acid cleanser that aims to gently exfoliate and reduce rashes, an anti-spot sulfur lotion, a glycolic acid body lotion to target rough, bumpy skin, and also a hydrating serum with squalene and hyaluronic acid for daily use.
While we still have to sit still for a week until we can get our hands on the products, we suggest that you mark this launch in your calendars.
SLMD Skincare will be available from June 14th via www.SLMDSkincare.co.uk.
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