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3 Best Skincare Books by Dermatologists

As convenient as it is to scroll through Instagram or TikTok for immediate beauty and skincare tips, it is hard to beat a reference book for comprehensive, easy to follow information from an expert. Whether you are looking for a beginner’s guide to skincare, or want to focus more on the different types of acne and how to treat them, or a guide to the latest Korean or Asian skincare trends, there will be a book for that. Skincare books by dermatologists are also a perfect gift. Especially for the beauty and skincare lover who already has a full makeup bag. 

Here are the list of the top 3 best skincare books by dermatologists: 

1. Best skincare books by dermatologists for Beginners 

If you’re feeling overwhelmed by all the different skincare terms, products and ingredients out there, Skincare Bible: Dermatologist Tips for Cosmeceutical Skincare can help. Board certified dermatologist Dr. Teo Wan Lin walks you through the world of skincare with easy to understand advice and recommendations. This book covers expert advice on how to determine your skin type. In addition, it covers skin treatments for different conditions, and how to build a skincare routine. There is information on everything from large pores to pigmentation, organized in a comprehensive FAQ format. 

2. Best skincare books by dermatologists for Acne

The Acne Care Bible: Dermatologist’s Tips For Acne Treatment & Prevention is the next best thing to a consultation with board certified dermatologist Dr. Teo Wan Lin. Dr. Teo is a dermatologist who specializes in acne, scarring and related skin conditions. In this book, she walks us through what causes the different types of acne. She also talks about research backed recommendations on how to treat acne. There are chapters that cover natural ingredients to treat acne. In addition, the book goes into the topic of makeup and acne. It also covers the science behind the effect of diet on acne, and other acne-like conditions. 

3. Best skincare books by dermatologists for Korean / Asian skincare enthusiasts

Board Certified dermatologist Dr. Teo Wan Lin takes on a scientific approach to the ancient art of ethnobotany in Asian Beauty Secrets: Korean Skin Cycling with Plant-based, Natural Ingredients – A Dermatologist Take on C-Beauty, K-Beauty. This book takes you from beginner to advanced level in the art of skincare routines. It also includes a complete dictionary of Asian beauty plant powered active ingredients.

This latest edit of the most comprehensive Asian skincare bible written by a board certified dermatologist includes a bonus chapter on the Asian beauty perspective of skin cycling without acid peels or retinols. Instead, the book explores skin cycling with plant actives like bakuchiol, papain and medicinal herbs.

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Bonus: Gratitude Journal 

A Gratitude Journal for Women based on the hit “Girls With Long Hair” podcast series by internationally renowned beauty expert Dr.TWL.

Gratitude Journal Best Skincare Books by Dermatologists

Meet the author: 

These books are a complete skincare course covering basic to advanced skincare routines, by accredited Singapore dermatologist and international beauty KOL Dr. Teo Wan Lin. As a leading voice on skincare and Asian beauty, she has been featured in beauty publications worldwide, including Vogue, Elle, Cosmetics Design Asia and Be-story, Japan‘s top beauty magazine.

She is also the chief scientific officer of Dr.TWL Dermaceuticals. Dr.TWL Dermaceuticals is a skincare line focusing on ethnobotany, with its R&D HQ as one of the leading biotechnology firms in South Korea, the hub of Asian beauty. Her podcast Dermatologist Talks: Science of Beauty is the premier beauty podcast in Asia. The podcast has collaborated with beauty giants like L’Oréal, Eucerin, Laneige and Skinceuticals to bring skincare education to the masses.

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