Dermatologist Talks: How to Choose the Best Face Wash for Oily Skin
Dermatologist Talks | Science of Beauty
by Dr. Teo Wan Lin
5d ago
Did you know that the best foam cleanser for oily skin is one that actually shouldn’t dry out your skin? In this week’s podcast I’m going to spill the beans on how to harmonize oily skin from the outside in. We’ll cover my top criteria for choosing a face wash for oily skin, the science behind sebaceous gland activity and the dangers behind drugstore foam cleansers that may in fact harm the skin barrier.  Get the full tutorial complete with lecture notes and slides at https://www.twlskin.com/the-1-best-foam-cleanser-for-oily-skin/ If you enjoyed this episode, please leave us a 5-star re ..read more
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Skincare Decoded: Complete Skincare Course for Experts
Dermatologist Talks | Science of Beauty
by Dr. Teo Wan Lin
2w ago
On-Demand Workshop on Skincare Routine Steps Welcome to The Slide Show with Dr.TWL Episode 2, where we present skin science in bite-sized formats. Today we will be covering the first, fundamental step in skincare routines, makeup removal. Makeup removal What are the two main formulation options for makeup removers? The first is a micellar formulation. The second, an oil-based cleanser or an emulsion, sometimes known as a “milk” cleanser. I will go through the pros and cons of each but first let us define some terms. How does micellar water work? Micellar water works by hydrophobic (water-hat ..read more
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Ask a Dermatologist: Science of Skin Cleansing
Dermatologist Talks | Science of Beauty
by Dr. Teo Wan Lin
1M ago
How does cleansing affect the skin microbiome? Cleansing is an important part of the skin microbiome because it helps to restore the natural balance of good and bad bacteria. In acne prone individuals, we consider propionibacterium acnes as a pathogenic bacteria. P acnes otherwise doesn’t cause problems in other individuals. The reason is because excessive growth of p acnes occurs in individuals who produce a certain type of oil- defined by its physical and chemical composition. P. acnes has been identified in acne prone individuals which drives a vicious cycle of inflammation and comedone for ..read more
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Facial Mists for Skin Barrier Repair
Dermatologist Talks | Science of Beauty
by Dr. Teo Wan Lin
1M ago
Our skin’s source of water comes from the deeper layers of the skin. When the skin is initially exposed to a dry environment, our skin reacts by delivering more water to the skin surface. The surge of water supply eventually plateaus (given there is only so much that the deeper skin layers can delivery), and this ultimately leads to dry skin. A facial mist delivers water content to the skin surface to preserve hydration levels. While some of the facial mist will be lost to the surroundings, it still helps to keep the skin moisturized. A mist also enhances skin viscoelasticity by softening th ..read more
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Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays from Dr.TWL
Dermatologist Talks | Science of Beauty
by Dr. Teo Wan Lin
2M ago
Seasons greetings from all of us at Dr.TWL, thank you to all of our supporters for another magnificent year! Want more of our podcast? Episode Recaps and Notes: ⁠⁠https://www.scienceofbeauty.net/⁠⁠; Instagram: ⁠⁠@drteowanlin⁠⁠ Subscribe to Skincare Blueprint: Glow Up From Within Newsletter ⁠⁠⁠⁠https://drtwl.substack.com/⁠⁠⁠ Skincare Bible ⁠https://a.co/d/d1XWBme⁠ Asian Beauty Secrets ⁠⁠https://a.co/d/gyqpCju⁠ Skincare Courses Skincare Expert and Medi-Facial Certificate Course ⁠⁠⁠⁠https://www.udemy.com/course/skincare-expert-course/⁠⁠⁠⁠ Skincare Ingredients & Cosmece ..read more
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A 3-Step Skincare Routine for Acne: A Revolutionary Approach
Dermatologist Talks | Science of Beauty
by Dr. Teo Wan Lin
3M ago
What is the best skincare routine for acne? How do you choose the ideal regimen to prevent acne breakouts? Join me in this masterclass as we dive deep into the science of acne and the art of skincare routines.   Eucerin’s ProACNE Solution is a dermatologist recommended holistic approach addressing the underlying causes of acne from the outside-in. Available at https://bit.ly/eucerinsgacne Want more of our podcast? Episode Recaps and Notes: https://www.scienceofbeauty.net/; Instagram: @drteowanlin; Youtube: http://bit.ly/35rjbve ..read more
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The Science of Hair Fall: Targeting the Root Cause
Dermatologist Talks | Science of Beauty
by Dr. Teo Wan Lin
4M ago
Hair fall is a condition that can affect both men and women. While it most commonly begins in mid-life, there are steps we can take to prevent and treat it. Hair loss is a condition that can be influenced by hormonal factors, genetics and especially scalp health. In this episode, I’m going to be sharing my top tips on building an ideal hair and scalp care routine that focuses on strengthening and anchoring your roots—for healthy hair inside out.  This masterclass is sponsored by Clear Haircare, a leader in hair and scalp cosmeceuticals. Clear Scalpceuticals Hair Fall Resist for women and ..read more
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Dior Prestige Le Nectar Premier: The First Rose, Pure Like First Love
Dermatologist Talks | Science of Beauty
by Dr. Teo Wan Lin
4M ago
The Dior Prestige Le Nectar Premier encapsulates the earliest blooms of the beloved Rose de Granville—a serum derived from patented solvent-free eco-extraction techniques. Backed by an international team of over 600 Dior Science researchers at the LVMH institute, the serum concentrates the purest extracts for maximal efficacy—targeting fine lines, volume loss and skin dullness in a single step, addressing all major signs of photoaging with a holistic botanical formula.  This week’s episode focuses on the science behind photoaging.  I’ll also address how botanical formulations can add ..read more
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The Slide Show Ep 1: Skin Barrier Workshop
Dermatologist Talks | Science of Beauty
by Dr. Teo Wan Lin
5M ago
The Slide Show is a series of mini workshops designed for learning on the go, with easily digestible bullet point slides and helpful visual aides. You'll get my pdf notes sent to your inbox plus an accompanying lecture. In this week's installment, we'll be covering the essentials of skin barrier function—must know skin science for skin experts. Imagine the skin like a brick wall that serves to protect your skin from the external environment. It keeps out allergens like dust, pollutants and bad germs. At the same time, it also adapts to the environment. Healthy skin adjusts to changes in tempe ..read more
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A Conundrum: The Science Behind Hyperpigmentation & Sensitive Skin
Dermatologist Talks | Science of Beauty
by Dr. Teo Wan Lin
6M ago
Hyperpigmentation is a key feature of photoaging, along with the development of wrinkles, loss of skin elasticity and facial volume. Pigmentation isn’t just a cosmetic concern—it can be a sign of underlying inflammation. Post-inflammatory hyperpigmentation for instance arises from conditions such as eczema or other forms of dermatitis, all of which are part of what is widely referred to as sensitive or reactive skin. Acne scars are also a form of hyperpigmentation, beginning with post-inflammatory erythema or redness immediately after acne resolves. This redness is a sign of inflammation, whic ..read more
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