Do expensive skin care products always worth the money? – inside her medicine cabinet_part 1

Prevention has a great page on peeking inside dermatologists’ medicine cabinets. The posts are so useful and I definitely have learnt quite a bit.

It’s a good idea for me to look at these dermatologists’ medicine cabinets. It helps control my impulsion to buy expensive skin care products. I have always been a sucker for beauty products. Every time I see people’s good reviews on some expensive products, I always want to buy and try them right away. Ever since I started to learn the importance of looking at the ingredient list of skin care products, I feel like I am doing so much better at being a rational customer.

I am gonna try to list everything that I can tell from the pictures and sum up a hit product list as a guidance for my future purchases. 😉

1. New York dermatologist Heidi Waldorf, MD

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2. Beauty Expert Andrea Pomerantz Lustig

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The first row (from left to right):

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3. New York dermatologist Anne Chapas, MD

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The first row (from left to right):

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PART 2 HERE   PART 3 HERE  PART 4 HERE

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