Shopping Guide to Skin Care
As reported in the June 2000 issue of Postgraduate Medicine, Wake
Forest University School of Medicine researchers in Winston-Salem,
N.C., set their minds to this problem.
They listed plenty of recommendations for dermatologists on how
to treat skin reactions, and offered rather simplistic advice on what
you could do to protect yourself from this sort of problem:
When you're buying skin products, they say, buy the product with
the fewest ingredients. After all, it has the smallest number of
substances that can irritate your skin.