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NeoStrata’s Skin Active Tri-Therapy Lifting Serum
With Neil Sadick, MD
In each edition, Modern Aesthetics® magazine asks top cosmetic physicians about the newest cosmeceuticals sold in their practices. In this issue, New York City dermatologist Neil Sadick, MD, a Clinical Professor of Dermatology at Weill Cornell Medical College, talks up NeoStrata’s Skin Active Tri-Therapy Lifting Serum, which he has been offering to patients since November 2017.
What is NeoStrata’s SKIN ACTIVE Tri-Therapy Lifting Serum?
Neil Sadick, MD: NeoStrata’s Skin Active Tri-Therapy Lifting Serum is a comprehensive solution in a serum that tightens, hydrates, and volumizes skin, filling fine lines and wrinkles. This is achieved by a proprietary blend of ingredients that includes peptides, hyaluronic acid, and gluconolactone.
How does NeoStrata’s SKIN ACTIVE Tri-Therapy Lifting Serum stand apart from other serums on the market?
Dr. Sadick: Several serums on the market can offer increased hydration or anti-aging capabilities, but there was no 360-degree solution out there that combines everything in one formulation until now. This is how Tri-Therapy Lifting Serum differentiates itself from other products on the market.
How do you recommend it to patients?
Dr. Sadick: Patients often ask for recommendations on skincare products, so I will advise them to incorporate this product into their beauty skin routine during our conversation. I suggest applying three to five drops in the morning prior to the application of a moisturizer/sunscreen and in the evening prior to a night cream.
This serum is very versatile. I also advise using it after laser rejuvenation treatment or after fillers/toxins to maintain the results for a longer time.
How have the results been?
Dr. Sadick: After a few months, the patients and staff who have begun using it are raving about a brighter, more radiant complexion.