Not All Skincare is Created Equal!

Updated: Jul 5





Have you ever noticed; some people’s skin always looks so flawless? These people invest in their skin, and they invest in the right skincare! For this reason, I can tell you (firsthand) that not all skincare is created equal! How would I know this? Well, let me introduce myself. My name is Kathy Walton. After almost 20 years of educating physicians on Aesthetics in the dermatology, aesthetic, plastic surgery space, I have learned what skincare works and which skincare is just another marketing ploy. My background is pretty expansive. I have worked for a dermatological pharmaceutical company that created (mediocre at best) over the counter skincare. This over-the-counter skincare line was promoted to dermatologists to recommend to their patients to purchase at their local pharmacies. From there, I ran sales teams & trained physicians all over the country on Micro needling, Platelet Rich Plasma, and Lasers. I had to know more about how my products worked, why they worked and help the dermatologists, plastic surgeons and medical spas understand why it will be beneficial for them to sell these procedures to their patients. All this selling and training was the easy part. The hardest part was answering the same question which kept arising post sale, “which skincare should I recommend to my clients and why?”
After 5+ years of hearing that same question, over and over, I realized there was a void in the skincare space. Physicians were looking for the most efficacious and safest skincare to recommend to all their patients. That is when I decided to partner with a chemist and create a medical grade, private label skincare company to not only educate the skincare practitioners on the different skincare formulations but help market and create a clear pathway for success for their own Private Label Skincare line!
This leads me back to why not all skincare is created equal.
What most people do not realize is, our skin contains 7 different layers. When you go into a store or pharmacy and purchase an over-the-counter product, many people do not realize that product only focuses on dead skin cells. Over the counter skincare has a very heavy molecular weight, which means it sits on the outer most layer of the skin and only focuses on the dead skin cells which are going to turnover and shed anyway.
If you truly want results from your skincare line, medical grade skincare is the way to go. Medical grade skincare contains molecules that are small enough to penetrate down to the living skin cells in the dermal layer of your skin. Why is this so important, the dermal layer is where collagen is produced, contains hair follicle, sweat glands, etc.
If you are looking for anti-aging, skin brightening, blemish control, and skin rejuvenation-you should focus on investing in Medical Grade Skincare.
There is a huge difference in the quality of the products as well. Medical grade skincare is 99.9% pure ingredients and contains a high percentage of active ingredients. Over the counter skincare contains a very low percentage of active ingredients and has a number of “filler ingredients”-parabens and sulfates.
Inspira Skin prides themselves on educating the physicians and their patients on why medical grade skincare will yield the best results.
Contact us today for your own skincare consultation. We would love to teach you how to be successful with launching your own efficacious, medical grade skincare line out of your office!


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