The skin is our largest organ, measuring roughly 22 square feet. Sure, many of us treat our facial skin daily… but that amounts to about a mere 5 percent of our total skin. Plus, facial skin is much thinner and so much more delicate than the skin on the body. On the other hand, body skin—which is bombarded with an onslaught of daily environmental aggressors—requires and deserves a different set of products to prevent signs of premature aging and promote overall skin health.
Face Your Body with Goldfaden MD
Goldfaden MD’s high-performance, three-piece Bodycare Collection is all about skin fitness. Keeping your skin healthy, fresh, and fit is paramount to our brand philosophy—and that includes the skin on your body.
This supercharged trio was developed to exfoliate, polish, refine, treat, and nourish to keep skin looking and feeling vibrant while helping to prevent signs of premature aging.
“Body care has become an afterthought, as many of us rush through it with endless options of no-name products or completely neglect it altogether. Otherwise, we wait it out and rely on time-consuming in-office procedures,” says Lisa Goldfaden, co-founder of Goldfaden MD. “My father, Dr. Gary Goldfaden, has been treating patients, full-body, for decades. As we continue to be at the forefront of product innovation, we felt it was crucial to create an easy-to-use body collection.”
Harnessing the brand’s proprietary “body complex,” these high-performance products were designed to target key concerns, such as:
uneven texture and tone
dehydration and dryness
dull, lifeless skin
loss of elasticity
loss of moisture
When used together, these products will help to firm, smooth, hydrate, moisturize, and revitalize skin from the neck down. After all, Goldfaden MD is a *firm believer* that skincare means caring for all your skin—not just the skin on your face.
Get Acquainted with the Body Collection by Goldfaden MD
Doctor’s Body Scrub Body Dermabrasion
The body version of our cult classic,award-winning Doctor’s Scrub
Polish away dead surface skin and infuse hydration, vitamins, and nutrients back in to reveal smoother, radiant, healthier-looking skin. This multi-active scrub features micro-fine exfoliating crystals, skin-softening bamboo extract, skin-brightening fruit enzymes, soothing probiotic-fermented extract, and antioxidant-rich red algae.
Firm Believer Body Contouring Serum
Get lifted with Dr. Goldfaden’s serum for tighter, more sculpted skin
This concentrated skin-tightening body serum is formulated to sculpt, smooth, and renew dull skin and help firm trouble areas on the body. Supercharged with elasticity-enhancing radish root extract, softening marula oil, plumping hyaluronic acid, and circulation-boosting coffee and gotu kola extracts, it starts to firm up and tone your skin with a single swipe.
Body Surge Hydrating + Restoring Body Moisturizer
Rejuvenate and revive dull, dehydrated skin with this multitasking body cream
The newest addition to the Goldfaden MD body lineup, this full-body moisturizer works overtime to nourish, firm, and promote a youthful glow with each application, for long-term results. The silky, fast-absorbing body cream is powered by watermelon seed oil to lock in moisture and enhance softness, soap bark extract to hydrate and tighten, and kakadu plum for antioxidant protection, repair, and radiance.
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A daily regimen is on everyone’s mind, but how many steps and products do you really need? Sadly there is no magic bullet to deliver all our skincare goals, but with 5 easy steps, you can turn back the hands of time and keep your skin looking youthful. Five may sound daunting but below explains why you need each step to achieve glowing healthy skin.
The process of exfoliation is a lot like peeling away the dry, outer skin of an onion to reveal the living layers beneath. Whether the exfoliation is done using mechanical abrasion or a controlled chemical reaction, removing dead and damaged skin cells on the surface allows the fresh new skin underneath to become visible. This newly exposed layer of skin feels much softer and smoother. Its surface reflects light better, making fine lines and other small imperfections harder to see. Age spots and other areas of unwanted pigmentation are less noticeable because the dead skin cells containing the pigment have been removed. Exfoliation unplugs clogged pores and allows for the release of natural skin oils. Regular exfoliation also helps to maintain open pores, decreases pore size, and minimizes many types of superficial scarring. In addition, removing the top layer of dead and damaged cells allows treatment ingredients to penetrate the skin and work more effectively.
**Exfoliate your skin two to three times a week, unless you suffer from rosacea or eczema. Depending on the season and climate where you live, exfoliation can be increased or decreased.
Cleansing or washing the face should happen at least once a day if not twice. Upon waking, washing the face will remove the residue from applied night treatments and regimen. If you choose to cleanse in the AM, make sure to use a cleanser that won’t strip or dry the skin. Cleansing the skin at night is a must! No exceptions here. The skin is exposed to many pollutants from just stepping foot outside your home. Soot, car exhaust, sun, second-hand smoke, and many other pollutants wreak havoc on the skin leaving a layer of dirt and free radicals. Makeup also needs to be removed no matter what.
**Sleeping in makeup is one of the worst things you can do for your skin. Clogged pores will lead to breakouts and or rashes.
Pollution releases microscopic particles or free radicals that can go deep into the skin and cause damage to otherwise healthy cells. The outcome is a loss of elasticity (wrinkles and sagging) and Hyperpigmentation (dark spots). Pollution can cause uneven skin tone, dehydration, dryness, dark spots, expedited aging, wrinkles, sagging and deterioration of collagen. Consider using products that employ the highest regarded pollution fighting ingredients, such as, Organic Red Tea, Ferulic Acid, Vitamin C, Vitamin B, Vitamin E, Retinol and Resveratrol.
Look for ingredients that hydrate and repair. Plant stem cells are powerful ingredients that hydrate and repair damaged, aging, sagging skin. Organic Red Tea extract also restores important anti-oxidants and Birds of Paradise restore skin’s youthful appearance by reducing uneven skin pigmentation, dull and lackluster complexion resulting in an increased illuminated glow. Plant and botanical based oils are also a terrific way to get hydrated! Loaded with Vitamins C , E and F, Baobob, Kalahari, Marula, and Mongogo oils not only deliver hydration but also overall brightness and luminosity.
Sun protection is crucial all times of the year but especially during the summer. Reapplication every hour when in direct sunlight and up to three times daily (AM/Mid—day/Afternoon) when going in and out of indoor/outdoor areas. As a general rule of thumb: if you are going to be outside for 20 minutes or more, SPF is recommended.
** “I always recommend an SPF of at least a 30. Wearing SPF safe clothing, like hats and glasses are crucial and extremely beneficial for sun protection.” Dr. G.
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Actives refer to specific ingredients in a product formula that offer some therapeutic action that either nurtures, revitalizes, or protects your skin. In contrast, inactive ingredients have no virtue to heal or maintain your skin’s health, but serve instead to help transport or preserve the other active ingredients or to alter the physical characteristics of the formula such as color, feel or smell. Below are a few of the most beneficial actives to help achieve radiant, long-lasting, beautiful skin.
Topical vitamin A plays a major role in maintaining the youth of your skin by boosting the process of cell regeneration. Vitamin A and its retinoid analogs stimulate skin cell renewal by increasing the rate of cell division. Through its powerful action as a signaling agent, vitamin A stimulates the binding of epidermal growth factor to your skin cells, thereby encouraging new cell growth. This helps keep your skin soft and smooth. In addition, vitamin A actually thickens your epidermis, which becomes thinner with age, and also improves the elasticity of your skin.
Because vitamin A is a fat-soluble vitamin, it penetrates your skin easily to enhance texture, improve mottled appearance, and minimize wrinkling. Vitamin A helps reduce the number of destructive metalloproteinase enzymes that tear down your dermal matrix and it also stimulates vital collagen production. Finally, vitamin A’s impressive antioxidant properties allow it to neutralize the free radicals in the your skin that can cause cellular damage and accelerate premature aging.
Helps reduce wrinkles
Enhances skin thickness + improves elasticity
One of the most valuable ingredients known for healing aged or sun-damaged skin.
Our Vitamin A/Retinol is derived from carrots and sweet potatoes
As an ingredient in skin care formulas, vitamin B3 appears in two main forms: nicotinic acid (also known as niacin) and nicotinamide (also called niacinamide).
It’s well known that certain lipids such as fatty acids and ceramide are critical for maintaining the structural and functional integrity of your stratum corneum, which, in turn, directly affects your skin hydration, softness and suppleness. Of all the natural lipids in your skin, ceramide is probably the most valuable. By supporting your barrier function, ceramide not only smoothes wrinkles, reduces sallowness, and boosts elasticity, it also acts as a signaling molecule that controls many of the vital functions involved in the life and death of your skin cells. Naturally, the ability to stimulate the enzyme responsible for creating ceramide out of palmitic acid and serine makes nicotinamide a very important anti-aging ingredient.
Niacinamide stimulates new fibroblast growth by 20% and
Nicotinamide doesn’t inhibit the production of melanin, but it does interfere with the transfer of melanosomes to your keratinocytes (basically darkness being visible on the surface).
Niacinamide has the age-defying ability to fade age spots or (technically known as hyperpigmentation).
Nicotinamide is gentler than retinoids and glycolic acids, making it an excellent alternative for those who aren’t able to tolerate more aggressive treatments.
Only humans, apes, guinea pigs, and one species of fruit-eating bat lack the ability to produce their own vitamin C. To make matters even more challenging, vitamin C is a water-soluble vitamin. This means that a great deal of the vitamin C we take in gets excreted before our body can actually use it. In addition, although oral supplementation and eating foods rich in vitamin C (such as bell peppers, broccoli and strawberries) is vital to overall health, it’s not a very effective means for nurturing your skin. Due to the fact that the absorption of vitamin C is drastically limited by active transport mechanisms in your intestines, very little of what you take in orally ever makes it to your skin cells. The only effective method for replenishing the vitamin C in your skin is to apply it topically. In fact, it’s been shown that applying vitamin C to the skin is 20 times more effective than oral ingestion. Another advantage to applying vitamin C topically is the fact that once it s absorbed into your skin, it can’t be washed or rubbed off. Significant amounts of it continue to remain active in your skin for up to three days!
The ability of vitamin C to revitalize aging skin is largely due to its beneficial effects on collagen. Collagen is a tough, fibrous protein that is relatively inelastic and very strong. It supplies the basic framework that gives your skin its form, firmness, and strength, while elastin provides flexibility. Overall, the amount of new collagen that your skin produces declines with age, while the rate of its destruction increases. Fortunately, topical vitamin C has been scientifically proven to help stimulate collagen synthesis. It also helps block the production of enzymes the break down collagen, making it one of nature’s most effective anti-aging nutrients. Vitamin C is not only essential for collagen production and maintenance, it’s also a very powerful antioxidant that neutralizes free radicals in your the skin.
Technically speaking, vitamin D isn’t a true vitamin at all. A vitamin is defined as a substance that’s essential to daily life, but which can’t be manufactured by the body. Since your skin can produce approximately 10,000 IU of vitamin D after just 20-30 minutes of summer sun exposure, it doesn’t really fit the profile. In fact, Vitamin D more closely resembles a hormone than a vitamin. Hormones are chemical messengers that function by binding to specific receptor sites on your DNA in order to produce a targeted biological response. The active form of vitamin D, called calcitriol, is the most powerful hormone produced by the human body. It has the ability to activate over 2000 genes, many of which are involved in critical aspects of skin cell metabolism, growth, repair and protection.
Your skin needs to replace about 40,000 lost cells every minute. As these replacement cells detach from the base layer of your epidermis and start their 2 week journey toward the surface, they go through a complex series of changes in both form and function. The rate at which these cells divide, the nature and timing of their changes, as well as their transit time to the surface, are all directly controlled by growth factors and other molecules that are triggered by the presence of vitamin D.
In addition to being a key factor in skin cell growth and replacement, vitamin D also plays a major role in skin repair and protection. When microorganisms attack the skin, they secrete certain extracts that stimulate your skin to produce vitamin D. This vitamin D signals your skin’s innate immune system to start manufacturing a substance called cathelicidin, a very powerful germicide. Cathelicidin disrupts the integrity of bacterial cell membranes, resulting in the death of the microbes. Cathelicidin also helps promote the development of blood vessels and encourages new cell growth, both of which are essential for proper wound healing.
Your skin is also extremely susceptible to free radical damage because of its high rate of metabolism and fatty acid content. Free-radicals deteriorate your skin’s structural support and decrease its elasticity, resilience, and suppleness. In order to protect itself from this constant oxidative stress your skin has a natural supply of antioxidants. One of the most powerful of these is vitamin D. In fact, Vitamin D has been shown to be more effective than vitamin E in reducing lipid peroxidation.
The benefits of vitamin E in terms of your skin and general health are significant. When applied topically, vitamin E is a powerful antioxidant that helps protect your skin cells from ultraviolet light and many other factors that can produce harmful free radicals. Vitamin E’s ability to counteract these age-causing free radicals makes it an ideal ingredient in any anti-aging skin care formula. As an important regulator of vitamin A, vitamin E also helps maintaining smooth, younger-looking skin by diminishing age spots, reducing wrinkles, and improving water retention. The powerful antioxidant activity of vitamin E also makes it an effective additive in many sunscreen formulas.
Vitamin E is the most abundant fat-soluble vitamin in your body, with alpha-tocopherol being its most biologically active form. The free radical fighting properties of Vitamin E are closely linked to other antioxidants such as vitamin C, glutathione and CoQ10 which help regenerate it. As an antioxidant, Vitamin E is most effective in its natural alcohol form (alpha-tocopherol) rather than its acetate form (alpha-tocopherol acetate). The acetate form lacks the penetration ability of alpha-tocopherol and offers less antioxidant benefits, a fact that’s important to remember when reviewing the labels of skin care products.
Blackberries: A Restorer of Even Skin Tone
Besides being rich in antioxidants that assist in the repair and conditioning of your skin, blackberry extract also contains kojic acid and alpha arbutin. These unique plant compounds are natural skin lightening agents that have a proven ability to brighten skin tone and reduce the appearance of unwanted hyperpigmentation such as age spots and freckles caused by the sun.
Red, Green, White and Black Tea
One of the best health-promoting ingredients Dr. Goldfaden has found to help revitalize and rejuvenate the skin is red tea. As a matter of fact, all of our products contain a concentrated red tea extract or tea blend as part of their formula. That may give you an idea of how indispensable he believes this substance is for its ability to regenerate new skin cells, fight the visible signs of aging, and provide potent free radical protection.
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