At SF Aesthetics and Laser, we believe in treating your skin with respect. Sunscreens EltaMD and TiZo.
Dr. Tsai’s own SF Aesthetics label formulated especially for her practice. Neocutis and Skin Medica’s growth factor serums.
We offer Dr. Tsai’s own SF Aesthetics label of prescription strength products especially formulated for her practice. Vitamin C, E, Ferulic serums, Hydroquinone serums and skin brightening pads, medical grade Retinols, Glycolic and Salicylic acne products, Beta Enzyme cleansers and MORE!
Some of these products include active ingredients that are prescription strength and only available by a Doctor’s office.
EltaMD has been developing and formulating sun and skin products for more than 25 years. Their broad-spectrum sunscreens contain zinc oxide. Because zinc maintains its protective ability in the sun, it is more photostable than some chemical ingredients that may degrade. Zinc reflects and reduces the broadest range of UVA and UVB rays.
Revolutionary skin treatment serums formulated with naturally occurring growth factors, antioxidants, soluble collagen, cytokines and matrix proteins to help rejuvenate skin. Tissue Nutrient Solution (TNS) is a combination of growth factors and other naturally occurring elements that help rejuvenate skin.
Neocutis, a leader in innovative, effective skincare, brings the precision of Swiss technology and cellular therapy research together for scientifically advanced breakthroughs in skincare. Each product helps diminish the visible signs of aging and soothes stressed, irritated skin.
LATISSE® (bimatoprost ophthalmic solution)- the first and only FDA-approved prescription treatment for hypotrichosis used to grow eyelashes, making them longer, thicker and darker. Eyelash hypotrichosis is another name for having inadequate or not enough eyelashes.
TiZO’s multiple Titanium Dioxide 8% & Zinc Oxide 3.8% particle sizes are coated and structured to create a uniform layer of coverage that prevent UVA-UVB rays from reaching the skin, which inhibits pre-mature skin aging and the formation of free-radicals.