SkinCeuticals mission: to prevent skin from aging and correct premature signs of aging with antioxidants. Recommended by leading American dermatologists SkinCeuticals is also the brand used following cosmetic procedures.

SkinCeuticals Boutique

SkinCeutials, founded in 1997, SkinCeuticals is committed to providing quality products backed by science and is responsible for bringing cosmeceuticals to the American market. Adding to decades of Dr. Sheldon R. Pinnell's** scientific research (1st technical patent for pure topical vitamin C), SkinCeuticals researchers were true pioneers in the field of antioxidants and photoprotective actives. Since then, antioxidants have been recognized as essential components for maintaining healthy skin (flagship product: C E Ferulic).

Our mission is to improve skin health and fight the major signs of aging, whether they are natural or environmental (UV exposure, pollution, stress, tabacco, etc.). Dedicated to this purpose, we make one simple promise—to provide advanced skincare backed by science.

Our skincare philosophy centers on three main pillars:

- Prevent early signs of aging in neutralizing the free radicals caused by oxidation and prevent future skin damage

- Protect the skin against the harmful UVA/UVB rays of the sun by using sun filters

- Correct the visible signs of aging in order to restore the skins young and radiant appearance

Skinceuticals offers a professional diagnosis and the most suitable skin care routine.

Professional procedures conducted in spas or medi-spas perfectly complement the routine and are also used pre-and post-cosmetic procedures to better prepare the skin, prolong the effects of interventions and provide comprehensive and personalized support.

* Cosmeceuticals: products on the cutting-edge between cosmetics and pharmaceuticals.

** Dr. Sheldon Pinnell is a member of the American Academy of Dermatology, the American Dermatological Association and the Society of Investigative Dermatology. Dr. Pinnell is a distinguished professor of dermatology at Duke University, currently holding the title of Professor Emeritus of Dermatology. He holds eight patents and has over a hundred articles published in scientific journals.