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The Doctors are testing out the latest beauty trends for skin and discussing how to achieve the "glass skin" look.
They note that one of the most important steps in achieving this look is washing your face before bed. But should you be using more than just soap and water? Dermatologist Dr. Sonia Batra weighs in on which cleansing trends are worth the buzz and which are a bust.
Powder Cleanser: Dr. Batra explains this type of cleanser, with the addition of drops of water, is used as an exfoliant. Many like how powder cleanser often does not contain preservatives and alcohol. She deems this natural product as a "BUZZ."
Micellar Water: Plastic surgeon Dr. Andrew Ordon explains that this product was first developed to deal with hard water. The product consists of balls of oil molecules that are suspended in soft water. Due to advances in plumbing, he feels this type of product is not needed and deems it a "BUST."
Face polish: Dr. Batra explains that one product that can help with exfoliation is a polish, which has much finer grains than other scrubs. She says these can be used 2 to 3 times a week and is a gentle way to help "turn over the skin." The Doctors deem this type of cleanser a "BUZZ."