Tuesday, January 23, 2018

MD Complete Skincare Is Dermatologist Level

MD Complete is advertised as skincare made simple ... indeed, it is. The preparations are mixed to deliver "dermatologist level" results. The high concentrated ingredients are reported to be active, potent, multitasking, effective and long-lasting. And based on ingredients, the claims are true. 

There are 2 formulas: the green label treats acne, and the blue label combats the effects of aging.

The items are sold separately, but the kits tend to be the best value. As an example for anti-aging: the New Wrinkle & Radiance Trio helps to erase lines and wrinkles, as well as, improve skin tone.

Here's what you get in the kit: 

Step 1) is the Eye Wrinkle Corrector - A pea size amount has retinol and peptides to improve the look of crow's feet and fine lines. Step 2) is the Retinol Vitamin C Concentrate - to nourish, hydrate and moisturize the skin. Step 3) is a Wrinkle & Radiance Remedy - Apply 1-2 pumps of active ingredient Tretinoin .025, a retinol used to increase cell turnover and speed up the production of collagen. The cost of the trio is $69; however, with deals for new customers, I paid about $62. (It works out to $20.33 for each product, which is a great price for high concentrations of anti-aging ingredients.) Definitely look for coupons before ordering.

Here's the nub: MD Complete skincare is excellent, like The Ordinary brand but costs a bit more. What is good (and bad) about the line is: MD Complete does the work for you by combining ingredients to address your skin issues. You only have to know what you want to treat ... be it: acne, aging, or rosacea, etc. With The Ordinary, you need to study their website to learn which ingredients are right for the problems you are treating, then layer your skincare products to address each issue (such as fine lines, brightening your complexion, reducing puffy eyes, etc.). 

While both companies have highly effective skincare based on science (and the concentration of ingredients), I probably love The Ordinary more (as I do study skincare), because it's cheaper. Nonetheless, since The Ordinary flies off the shelves quickly, it's helpful to have other brands to buy. And  ... we ADORE new finds, don't we, dear readers? MD Complete is sold at Target, which is handy! Finally, a fun fact: Singer Marie Osmond uses and is part owner of the brand. 

It's exciting how new lower-cost retailers are changing the skincare industry, making top products and ingredients budget-friendly so we can afford to use them every day!

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