Natural, Plant-Based Skincare From a Local Dermatologist

Facial lotions, anti-aging creams, and eye-brightening serums cluttering coveted cabinet space may be a thing of the past.


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We all have that one medicine cabinet stocked with unused products that either never worked or that we didn't love. Now, facial lotions, anti-aging creams, and eye-brightening serums cluttering coveted cabinet space may be a thing of the past, thanks to Larchmont resident Bruce Robinson, MD. Robinson created his own medical-grade botanical-based skincare line called Just Amazing Skincare (JAS), to ensure patients have access to products that deliver consistent results. 

Robinson is a cosmetic/medical dermatologist who says the skincare industry often encourages consumers to purchase too many different products, resulting in unnecessary expense. Robinson has combined active ingredients to minimize time and waste: “Instead of creating more steps, we put more benefits into one cream. In essence, we simplified the process of good skincare.” JAS has products for all skin types, including an anti-aging retinol cream and restorative hydrating cream.

“Cleanse, protect, and repair are the three ideals of what our products achieve, with minimal steps and maximum nutraceutical-grade ingredients,” says Robinson. The skincare line can be purchased at Pink on Palmer in Larchmont, and on their website.

 

 

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