Dr. Pimple Popper's skincare line is here for all of your essential needs

Let's face it, we've all dealt with skincare issues at some point in our lives. From acne, dandruff to wrinkles, there are plenty of persistent skin dilemmas that plague people. 

While the problems people face with their skin may be more common than most realize, Dr. Sandra Lee, also known as Dr. Pimple Popper, doesn't want you to feel hopeless.

"There were so many people asking me [skincare-related] questions and I thought, "How can I help people?"' Dr. Lee explained. "There are so many people who can't see a dermatologist. They have questions about their own skin and you walk down the skincare aisle and they don't know what to use."

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This bi-phase peel is made with a blend of AHA/BHA/TXA acids and adaptogenic holy basil to accelerate cell renewal by 33 percent in just one week. 
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Firm up your skin for a more youthful complexion with this New Beauty favorite.
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The first-to-market oil-free balancing liquid powder facial mist has 20 percent Hadasei-3, a double fermented mix of three Japanese superfoods for more youthful skin. 
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Protect your skin with SPF 15 while also hydrating your skin thanks to this balancing moisturizer.
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This new, targeted treatment contains a powerful mix of di-peptide complex and Iron Rose crystal to increase collagen around the eyes. 
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With over 90 percent PITERA, the brand's best-seller (also called miracle water) has been untouched for about 40 years -- minus this new limited edition bottle. 
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Sooth dry skin on your face or body with this rich balm that melts in your fingers and glides on smoothly.
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Hydrate your under-eye area with this concentrate that will keep your skin moisturized for 96 hours.
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Upon application, the cream releases a burst of long-lasting hydration, helping to reduce redness with Calendula petals, quercetin, Amyrin and Oleanolic acid. 
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If summer has you breaking out, pop on one of these pimple patches for a subtle way to clear your skin.
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Transform and cleanse your skin with Drunk Elephants African- oil infused butter cleanser.

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Hydrate your skin all summer long with this radiant face cream.

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Get a summer glow with this antioxidant-rich face oil!

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As the board-certified specialist began to brainstorm effective ways to help those in need, the most obvious idea came to mind: a skincare line. With Dr. Lee's 15 years of medical experience and a well-deserved trusted brand, SLMD Skincare was born. The new line contains the most effective, dermatologist-approved solutions, while at the same time empowering the world to take control of their skin health.

"People are so aware about makeup and beauty now -- they want to be educated about things. As a dermatologist, you're the expert on skin, hair and nails so you can give your knowledge to people. And it's something people are interested in," says Dr. Lee. "One of the biggest mistakes, [however], is that people might make is that they listen to their friends. But it's not necessarily for you because you have different skin. The most important thing is to know what type of skin you have then you can go from there," she continued. 

According to the brand, SLMD Skincare is one of the few medically-backed lines with active ingredients proven to treat and prevent the most common skin conditions. They also note the ingredients are the very same components dermatologists would recommend to their patients. And the best part is that the entire bundle can be purchased without a prescription either online or at Target

To make the journey to healthy skin even easier, Dr. Lee and her team created the SLMD Skincare Systems. The brand provides five unique, easy-to-use daily regimens: 30 days and 60 days Acne Kits, Sensitive Skin Acne Kit, Body Acne System, and Body Smoothing System.

"There's so much stuff out there, you don't know what's real or not," Dr. Lee says, "So we just want to give people real things."

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