You have a beauty regimen for a reason—you want your skin to be healthy and radiant. No doubt your regimen includes carefully selected products—and you need those products to do what they say and deliver the results they promise. If these are your expectations, then you’re not looking for just any beauty products. You’re looking for cosmeceuticals.
The term cosmeceuticals was coined in the 1980s by Dr. Albert Kligman. He wanted a way to describe a product that was more than skincare but not a prescription drug. Thus, he made a term that combines them both: cosmeceuticals.
Cosmeceuticals may be available as both over-the-counter products or specialty products offered by some medical practices, like dermatologists or med spas. However, it is important to note that cosmeceuticals are not medical treatments. Yet, they are developed scientifically and have stringently-tested research to back up their stated results.
Because cosmeceuticals are so carefully formulated, this class of products is likely to offer the most benefit to your skin, no matter what your skincare goals—prevention, correction or maintenance.
Common skin issues cosmeceuticals may best help correct include:
When incorporated into your skincare regimen before you notice visible signs of sun damage or aging, cosmeceuticals can help you maintain firm, resilient skin and glowing complexion.
Cosmeceuticals work best when products are selected to work with your skin type:
Hale Cosmeceuticals has more than 20 years of experience in the skincare industry. Our in-house research and development team creates high-quality, cruelty-free products. Our advanced formulas will enhance your beauty regimen and give you the visible results you want.
Contact us to learn more about the Hale Cosmeceutical difference.