Schedule Your Complimentary Virtual or In-Office Consultation Today!! 

do you know your skincare abcs?

Want To Get Into Skincare, But Find It Intimidating? Start Your Journey With 3 Easy Steps!

By: Lauren Siso

Licensed Esthetician & Laser Practitioner at ELLEMES Medical Spa in Atlanta, GA.

What's Included

Start Your Skincare Journey With 3 Easy Steps!

Skincare sounds complicated, but it doesn’t have to be. Don’t worry! We’re here to help you get started on the right track. Skincare routines sound a little daunting, but they can be as easy as ABC!

What does ABC stand for? According to Atlanta esthetician Lauren Siso, the ABC method is how she best introduces new patients to skincare. The letters A, B and C represent the three ingredients that every single person should use daily to protect your skin!

Let’s take a look at each of these!

What are the ingredients that you need?

  • A. Vitamin A (Retinol)
  • B. Broad Spectrum SPF (to protect your skin barrier from sun damage)
  • C. Vitamin C (because it’s powerful and great for the skin!)


So how can these ingredients help me?

Step 1) Vitamin A:

Retinol is a form of Vitamin A, which is great for anti-aging, acne, and brightening/evening your skin tone. Start with Vitamin A and you’ll be on your way to a brighter, clearer complexion. Vitamin A is an antioxidant that works to reverse the signs of aging and research has shown it can even reduce the size of wrinkles. It also helps restore firmness and bounce back to skin which has lost elasticity over time. Retinol is also an antioxidant that can help protect the skin from free radicals in sun damage! Look for Vitamin A in serums or creams.



Revision Skincare Vitamin A Infographic

Here are our favorite Revision Skincare Vitamin A’s:

1: Revision Skincare DEJ Night Cream

2: Revision Skincare Retinol Complete 1.0

3: Revision Skincare Retinol Complete 0.5

Step 2) Broad-Spectrum SPF:

A broad-spectrum SPF is a MUST to protect your skin barrier from sun damage. Use it every day, all year round! Make sure that your sunscreen has an SPF of at least 30 or higher!


Revision Skincare Broad Spectrum SPF Infographic

Here are our favorite Revision Skincare Broad Spectrum SPF’s:

1: Revision Skincare Intellishade Original

2: Revision Skincare Intellishade Truphysical Moisturizer

3: Revision Skincare Intellishade Matte Spf 45 Sun Protection

Step 3) Vitamin C:

Vitamin C is great for anti-aging and brightening! It can also help improve the appearance of acne scars. It’s also a great antioxidant that can help protect your skin from free radicals. Look for Vitamin C in serums and creams.

Revision Skincare Vitamin C Infographic

Here are our favorite Revision Skincare Vitamin C’s:

1: Revision Skincare C+ Correcting Complex 30%

2: Revision Skincare Vitamin C Lotion 30%

3: Revision Skincare Vitamin C Lotion 15%

Did you try the ABC Method? Let us know in the comments below or on social media!

Share Post:

Share on facebook
Share on linkedin
Share on twitter
Share on pinterest
Share on email

From the Blog

You May Also Like