In the Summer 2013 issue of the inaugural My Skin put out by the Canadian Dermatology Association, Dr. Benjamin Barankin is quoted in "The lowdown on photoaging." Dr. Barankin discusses several key ingredients in treating photoaging including retinol, vitamin C, glycolic acid, tretinoin, and peptides like matrixyl. He discusses how these creams work to improve the skin, as well as the different light and laser-based devices, and medical grade chemical peels and microdermabrasion. Dr. Barankin also highlights the importance of good sun protection and sunscreen use to minimize photoaging. By: Dr Ben Barankin - Toronto Dermatology Centre
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In the Summer 2013 issue of the inaugural My Skin put out by the Canadian Dermatology Association, Dr. Benjamin Barankin is quoted in “The lowdown on photoaging.” Dr. Barankin discusses several key ingredients in treating photoaging including retinol, vitamin C, glycolic acid, tretinoin, and peptides like matrixyl. He discusses how these creams work to improve the skin, as well as the different light and laser-based devices, and medical grade chemical peels and microdermabrasion. Dr. Barankin also highlights the importance of good sun protection and sunscreen use to minimize photoaging.

 

By: Dr Ben Barankin

There was an interesting article published in the Wall Street Journal about a recently completed Australian study that  proves that wearing sunscreen every day slows down skin aging. This is clear evidence to support the application of sunscreen every day but we know that many people do not. Click here to view the article. In addition, below is a video from the Wall Street Journal Television (WSJ Today) programming that goes over the study.

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