LovelySkin Cream Cleanser

The first selection is LovelySkin Cream Cleanser, which is an extremely gentle cleanser – and quite effective at removing impurities, plus excess oil and makeup, from the skin. This product also exfoliates your facial skin for a bright even tone, and it removes dead skin cells without over-drying.

A key ingredient in this cleanser is Amino Fruit Acids. Dead Sea minerals encourage regeneration of skin cells, while vitamin C stimulates the skin’s natural collagen growth, which minimizes fine lines. This is an ideal product for dry to normal skin.

The doctor’s second choice is the NIA24 Physical Cleansing Scrub.

NIA24 Physical Cleansing Scrub

The NIA24 Physical Cleansing Scrub is an amazing product, a combination exfoliator and cleanser that removes dry flaky skin to reveal younger-looking skin underneath. This product contains chamomile, oat and sage for their soothing properties and sunflower oil to restore hydration.

The product uses Pro-Niasomes (small beads of jojoba, fortified with Pro-Niacin) to rejuvenate skin. You can use the NIA24 scrub two to three times per week and it is ideal for all skin types.

La Roche-Posay Toleriane Purifying Foaming Cream


For his third choice, Dr. Joel Schlessinger chooses a water-activated cleanser for intolerant skin: La Roche-Posay Toleriane Purifying Foaming Cream.

La Roche-Posay Toleriane Purifying Foaming Cream has a creamy texture and creates a smooth, gentle lather to wash away makeup and impurities. This product rinses away easily, is fragrance- and preservative-free, and is perfect for normal to combination intolerant skin.

Stayed tuned for information about more of the doctor’s favorite things in upcoming blog posts!

Posted Thursday, March 15th, 2012 at 2:02 pm
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Responses to “Wondering about the best cleanser for your face? Dr. Joel Schlessinger makes three recommendations.”

cathy singh

what is the difference between ultherapy and exelis or peleve for skin tightening? Is one better than the other?
Thank you,


Great question. Exilis is another technology for skin lifting and tightening, but it has a 76% ‘Worth It’ Rating on ( while Ulthera has an 83% ‘worth it’ rating on the same site. Pelleve is more of a ‘super’ microdermabrasion than a lifting technique. If you go to my site, you will see other technologies such as Thermage, EMatrix, LifeStyle Lift and Titan rated against Ulthera, but you will be shocked at how low the ratings are for them.
There is clearly something different about Ulthera in that it has immediate tightening and the results are so spectacular in most patients. Some folks aren’t a good match for it (mainly if they have waited too long and truly need a facelift), but most are delighted. Thank you!

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