Dr. Will Kirby and Neutrogena® Dermatologics(TM) Help Women Transform Skin from Winter Dullness to Summer Glow
LOS ANGELES, May 22, 2012 /PRNewswire/ — With summer just around the corner, there’s simply no time in busy schedules to stress over fine lines, wrinkles, and blotchy skin. According to a recent Neutrogena survey conducted by Harris Interactive, 45% of women are not sure about which products work best for their skin. To help take the guesswork out of summer skin care, Neutrogena®( )Dermatologics(TM) and Dr. Will Kirby have teamed up to offer tips on skin care that delivers real results for younger-looking skin.
“My patients are always looking for anti-aging solutions but are often confused by all the choices out there. I always suggest a retinol based product because it’s clinically proven to be one of the most effective anti-aging ingredients in the market today, because it decreases the signs of aging,” said Dr. Will Kirby. “Retinol is a trusted anti-aging powerhouse ingredient that has long been a favorite of dermatologists and my personal go-to when advising my patients on what products to buy.”
While winter skin care may be all about fighting dry skin, when transitioning into summer, regular treatment and daily sun protection are key to uncovering noticeably younger-looking skin. Follow Dr. Kirby’s three simple tips to achieve healthy, younger-looking skin all season long:
- Choose power-packed ingredients – The two must-have ingredients for an effective, but simple, anti-aging routine are stabilized retinol and broad spectrum sunscreen with Helioplex. As sun damage is one of the major causes of wrinkles and premature aging, daily sun protection is critical.
- Pick a superior formula for superior results – Although retinol is the gold standard of anti-aging, not all formulations with retinol are created equal. Many retinols break down in formulation due to exposure to light and air, so it is very important to look for a stabilized form of retinol. Neutrogena’s® patented process of stabilizing retinol keeps it in its most effective form to deliver superior visible skin benefits.
- Apply easily – Exfoliation not only sheds dull winter skin, but also provides a smoother canvas for makeup or self tanner. Apply a product such as Neutrogena®( )Dermatologics(TM) Retinol NX Concentrated Retinol Serum, to help increase surface cell turnover while moisturizing emollients smooth skin for younger-looking skin. There’s no need to add an extra step to your busy summer schedules!
About Dr. Will Kirby
Having appeared on more than 35 different television shows, board certified dermatologist Dr. Will Kirby is most frequently recognized in the dermatological community for his multiple appearances on “Dr. 90210″ and “The Doctors.” Some of his other TV appearances have included “The Young & The Restless,” “Regis & Kelly,” “The Talk,” “LA Ink,” “The Real Housewives of Orange County,” and “Chelsea Lately.” Dr. Kirby proudly serves as a clinical assistant professor of dermatology at Western University of Health Sciences and Nova Southeastern University. Additionally, Dr. Kirby is also a founder of the first branded chain of laser removal clinics, Dr. Tattoff, Inc., which is headquartered in Beverly Hills, California. Dr. Kirby has done multiple live appearances on QVC on behalf of Neutrogena Dermatologics since the Retinol Nx line launch in 2008. For more product information, please visit http://www.qvc.com/cgen/render.aspx?qp=class|N549&rewrite=no.
A worldwide leader in premium dermatologist-recommended skin, hair, and cosmetics products, Neutrogena Corporation has been providing consumers with health and beauty improvements for more than 40 years. The company manufactures and markets a line of premium-priced skin and hair care products that are distributed in more than 70 countries. Headquartered in Los Angeles, Neutrogena is a subsidiary of Johnson & Johnson, the world’s most comprehensive and broadly based health care products company.
This survey was conducted online within the United States by Harris Interactive on behalf of Neutrogena Corporation between January 25-31, 2012 among 1,011 U.S. women aged 18 years or older. No estimates of theoretical sampling error can be calculated; a full methodology is available.