There are certain products that dermatologists don’t go a day without recommending. For cleansing, it’s Cetaphil Gentle Skin Cleanser ($6). For sun protection, it’s EltaMD UV Clear Broad-Spectrum SPF 46 ($35). And for skin that’s over 50, it’s any and everything made by Alastin.
The brand has become a dermatologist office staple for treating signs of aging, thanks to formulas that have been specifically engineered to address the most common skin issues women face after their 50th birthdays—like dryness, crepiness, and fine lines and wrinkles. “Most derms probably recommend Alastin for older skin, as it has this unique reparative property to it,” says board-certified dermatologist Rachel Pritzker, MD.
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