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Wednesday, July 24, 2013

GIVEAWAY: Board Certified Dermatologist Dr. Rebecca Baxt Launches the Latest in Acne-Fighting Skincare: BAXT Cosmedical Acne Kit Level I & II

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Acne Level I Group Photo

 

Acne is one of the most common dermatologic conditions, affecting millions of individuals in the United States.  It’s a common skin condition that affects most people, to a varying degree, during their teen years.  However, acne is by no means restricted to teenagers - adults in their 20's and 30's and 40’s are also susceptible to acne.  Many effective forms of therapy and medications have been developed to help in the process of eliminating and preventing acne.  If a patient suffers from acne, they no longer have to settle with the appearance of their skin because quality topical treatment is available. 

“Acne isn’t something one can outgrow with age,” says Dr. Rebecca Baxt, New Jersey/New York board certified dermatologist and assistant professor of clinical dermatology at the New York University School of Medicine.  “Years of untreated acne can leave a lifelong imprint on a person's face and can have an effect on self-image.  While acne may not be curable, it is usually controllable and preventable.”   

What is Acne?

Normal skin contains oil glands under the skin, which produce an oily substance called sebum. The sebum moves from the bottom to the top of each hair follicle and then spills out onto the surface of the skin, taking with it sloughed-off skin cells. When a person develops acne, the structure in which the sebum flows gets plugged up. This blockage traps the sebum and sloughed off cells below the skin, preventing them from being released onto the skin's surface.  If a patient's pore's opening is fully blocked, a whitehead will be produced and if the pore's opening is open, a blackhead is created. If a whitehead or blackhead becomes inflamed, they can turn into red pustules or papules.

Introducing the BAXT Cosmedical Acne Kit Level I

Tired of clogged pores and acne breakouts? Stop wasting time with skincare products that don't deliver clear results, and start fighting acne with the Baxt Cosmedical Acne Kit Level 1 easy three-step system.  Retail Cost: $50.00

§ Acne Cleanser. Acne fighting wash that will clear up skin and unclog pores. 5% Benzoyl Peroxide.  Directions: Easy cleansing twice a day in the morning and night. Retail Cost: $15.00

§ Exfoliating Pads. Level 1 Cleansing pads for the treatment of acne, with the skin enhancement properties of Glycolic and Salicylic acids.  Directions: Wipe the entire affected area with a moist exfoliating pad in the morning or after the gym. Retail Cost: $17.00

§ Acne Clearing Gel.  Level 1 Acne fighting clearing gel applied overnight helps treat and prevent breakouts using 5% Benzoyl Peroxide.  Directions: Best for overnight use. Retail Cost: $12.00

§ BONUS: Oil Free Light Moisturizer. Good for all skin types and for acne prone skin. Retail Cost: $14.00

Level I products are also sold individually.  For more product information, please visit www.cosmedical.com

The BAXT Cosmedical Acne Kit is also available in Level II.  It’s much stronger than most other acne products available without a prescription.  Retail cost: $55.00

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About Rebecca Baxt, MD, MBA, FAAD

Dr. Rebecca Baxt is a Board Certified Dermatologist specializing in both cosmetic and general dermatology for adults and children. Attending Ivy League University of Pennsylvania, Dr. Baxt graduated Summa Cum Laude Phi Beta Kappa with a degree in English Literature.  She continued her studies at the University of Pennsylvania for medical school and completed an internship in Intern l Medicine. She also obtained an MBA from the Wharton School of Management in Health Care administration.

Upon graduation, she moved to New York to train in Dermatology at New York University (NYU) School of Medicine in the Ronald O. Perelman Department of Dermatology, where she was a chief resident and the recipient of the Morris Leider award for excellence in patient care.  She continues to teach Dermatology at NYU where she is an Assistant Professor of Clinical Dermatology.  She joined her parents at Baxt Cosmedical in 2000 in Paramus, New Jersey and most recently opened an office on Madison Avenue in New York in 2012.  She is a nationally recognized certified Allergan Botox and Juvederm trainer.  Dr. Baxt is on staff at The Valley Hospital in Ridgewood NJ, as well as Bellevue Hospital in NY.  She also volunteers at Bergen Volunteer Medical Initiative in Hackensack in the Dermatology clinic. 

Dr. Rebecca Baxt maintains many society affiliations.  She is a fellow of the American Academy of Dermatology, a member of the American Society for Dermatologic Surgery, New Jersey State Medical Society, Bergen County Medical Society, and the Dermatological Society of Greater New York, as well as the American Medical Association.  She is a member of the Skin Cancer Foundation, and always volunteers free skin cancer screenings yearly.

Dr. Rebecca Baxt treats both adults and children, and specializes in cosmetic consultations and procedures.  She also has a particular interest in acne and rosacea. She performs Botox injections, Chemical peels, Intense Pulsed Light Photorejuvenation/Photofacial procedures, Isolaz Acne Treatments, Laser Hair Removal, Facial Fillerinjectables (Juvederm, Restylane, Perlane, Sculptra, etc.), Leg Vein injections, Smooth beam Laser, Photodynamic Therapy, Vbeam Laser and FraxelLaser resurfacing.  She treats all skin conditions and she performs Skin Cancer screenings and treatments. 

For more information, please visit www.cosmedical.com or visit Baxt Cosmedical Facebook Fan Page.

 

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