I'm super excited about the services being offered by Dr. Gregory Singleton at the Ageless Institute. I believe Dr. Singleton has tapped into a market that has been underserved for far too long. Thanks to him, patients can find Botox, fillers, and a host of other minimally invasive procedures and services without leaving Orangeburg.
Still, what I’m most pleased about is the launch of Dr. Singleton’s new skincare line. I switched over to the Ageless Institute skincare system from the products I had been using, and I am so glad that I did. Previously, I was using the Obagi Nu Derm gentle cleanser, and I really don’t have a complaint. But I switched to the Ageless Institute gentle cleanser because it's rich with antioxidants. Now, I’m not only cleansing away impurities, I’m fighting the aging effects of free radicals with a cleanser that soothes and protects.
For years, my go-to serum for a healthy, glowing, even-toned complexion had been SkinCeuticals C E Ferulic. Then, I tried the Ageless Institute Brightening Vitamin C serum with the added bonus of vitamins A & E and CoQ10. Wow!! I was impressed right from the start. it has a light texture, which seems to absorb into my skin so effortlessly. I love that, unlike the SkinCeuticals C E Ferulic, the brightening C serum isn’t at all heavy. And the best part...it gives my skin the same healthy glow. I should also mention the savings, SkinCeuticals C E Ferulic is priced at $166, while the same size bottle of the brightening vitamin C serum by Dr. Singleton retails for $60 less. Needless to say, I’m hooked!
Now, I complete my morning routine with the Ageless Institute Triple Antioxidant serum and the sheer physical sunscreen. I use the triple antioxidant serum in place of the SkinMedica HA5 serum. The triple antioxidant serum contains Resveratrol and loads of other powerful ingredients including hyaluronic acid that work to turn back the hands of time. Since starting the Triple Antioxidant cream, I’ve noticed the fine lines around my eyes and on my neck and décolleté’ are barely visible, which has me optimistic about the long term results with continued use.
Lastly, Dr. Singleton got it right with his sunscreen! My aesthetician (I do monthly facials) highly recommends physical sunscreens. The Ageless Institute’s sunscreen is. It also has a 50 SPF. Still, what I appreciate most is that it can be worn by all ethnicities. Some sunscreen leave a chalky residue, especially on women of color, but the sheer physical sunscreen by Dr. Singleton doesn’t leave a trace. I can’t say enough about how impressed I am with the products and the health of my skin. I hope more women (and men) will discover the Ageless Institute and take advantage of the services Dr. Singleton has to offer as well as the Ageless Institute skincare products to help maintain their great results at home.