SkinCeuticals is the #1 US medical aesthetic skincare brand worldwide*. An early pioneer of cosmeceuticals** in the US, SkinCeuticals innovates critical anti-aging breakthroughs at the forefront of antioxidant technology. Evidence proving skin absorption and antioxidant benefits of our vitamin C formulations is based on the academic research of Dr. Sheldon Pinnell***, a renowned American research dermatologist from Duke University and SkinCeuticals founding scientist. With cutting-edge in-vivo (in live skin) science as the foundation of our existence, SkinCeuticals has been providing advanced skincare to medical professionals since 1997.
The SkinCeuticals skincare regimen philosophy centers on three main pillars:
- PREVENT visible signs of aging with high-potency antioxidants by neutralizing damaging free radicals caused by atmospheric aggressors, such as UVA/UVB, infrared (IR-A), and ozone pollution
- PROTECT healthy skin against harmful UVA/UVB rays with high-protection sunscreens
- CORRECT the visible signs of existing damage with targeted solutions
SkinCeuticals believes the key to optimal skin health is a skincare professional, who can customize an at-home regimen with powerful in-office treatments to achieve a visible improvement of fine lines, wrinkles, and other signs of aging for an overall healthier, more radiant appearance.
*Footnote: “Source Euromonitor International Limited; Medical Aesthetic Skin Care: includes Skin Care products sold through medical dispensing channels, such as dermatologists and plastic surgeons, and which may additionally be sold through medical spas and online channels; rankings at global brand name level at MSP; sold in calendar year 2016; brands included ONLY if founded in the United States of America; based upon research conducted in March and April 2017;”
** Cosmeceuticals: products on the cutting-edge between cosmetics and pharmaceuticals.
*** Dr. Sheldon Pinnell was the founding scientist of SkinCeuticals and a distinguished member of the Duke University Medical School faculty for almost 40 years, Dr. Pinnell was a professor of dermatology, held the title of J. Lamar Callaway Professor Emeritus of Dermatology, and also served as Chief of Dermatology at Duke University Medical Center for 15 years. He was a member of the American Academy of Dermatology and the American Dermatological Association.