An emergency room doctor with impossibly dewy, glowing skin has revealed the very extensive skincare regime he follows to keep his complexion youthful.
, who is originally from , said he’s always been interested in dermatology and refuses to ‘buy into trends’ when it comes to skincare.
‘Just because a certain ingredient is the ‘it’ ingredient of the moment doesn’t necessarily mean it is going to be beneficial for your skin,’ the Bristol-based medical professional told.
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An emergency room doctor with impossibly dewy, glowing skin has revealed the very extensive skincare regime he follows to keep his complexion youthful
Dr Khong said his main trick when it comes to skincare is ‘consistency’.
Although he has his ‘lazy’ days, he always manages to double cleanse and apply some retinol – even after long shifts at work.
In the mornings he cleanses with Tatcha’s The Deep Cleanse, Dr Sam’s Flawless Cleanser, or IDS Delicate Cleanser, and then uses Biologique Recherche P50, an AUD$126 exfoliator, all over.
He said he is a ‘big fan’ of P50 and covers his scalp, face and body with it twice a day.
Dr Brendan Khong , who is originally from Singapore, said he’s always been interested in dermatology and refuses to ‘buy into trends’ when it comes to skincare
Dr Khong has incorporated The Deep Cleanse from Tatcha and the Biologique Recherche P50 into his routine
He also uses Biologique’s Masque Vivant which is a skin treatment to help elasticity, and VIP O2, which is an ‘antipollution’ treatment.
On top of this he applies Visolastine, a hydrating mask, and Biomagic, which is an energising face mask.
Dr Khong said he has noticed the mask from Biologique has helped to create his flawless complexion and makes his skin glow.
He aims to apply a face mask every second day depending on how his skin feels and he recently bought Cryo Sticks to give himself an at home cryo facial.