You might have seen on my Instagram stories, but a few weeks ago I had the pleasure of being invited to meet with Dr. Kelly Killeen from Cassileth Plastic Surgery (seen below in the pictures!) in celebration of SkinCeuticals latest innovation: Custom D.O.S.E.
Custom D.O.S.E is a personalized, professional service and product (it can only be administered by select qualified doctors, like Dr. Killeen) that is based entirely on the patient’s skincare needs and concerns. As each person’s skin is entirely different, a product that works for one person won’t work for another. That’s why D.O.S.E is so great, as it is tailored to each individual’s skin needs.
How Custom D.O.S.E by SkinSceuticals Works…
1. Expert Evaluation: Dr. Killeen asked me a bunch of questions in regards to my skin to help determine what my main concerns are currently now that I’m ageing rapidly (jk… but really haha), guided by the SkinCeuticals patented diagnostic tool. It turns out my main concerns are fine lines and discoloration.
2. Formula Recommendation: Once we had determined my concerns, Dr. Killeen made recommendations guided by the diagnostic tool’s recommendation as to what ingredients would be best for me and my skin. Dr. Killeen decided that it would be a good idea to start my skin on a very low dose of Retinol to help address my skin issues.
Then, the special machine will measure and combine these ingredients to ensure optimal formula concentrations. A label is then printed and applied to the bottle with my personal information and formula ID to make for easy replenishing.
3. Real Time Compounding: After using the serum for a while, the physician will review your progress and make necessary changes to the ingredients.
I‘ve been using my serum for the last week, and so far so good! Dr. Killeen told me to ease into using Retinol, so I’ve only been using it once a week to help get my skin used to the product. Then I’ll use it daily. Looking forward to using it more and then going back to have my revaluation!
Thanks to SkinCeuticals for sponsoring this post. All opinions, as always, are my own.