Fresh, Single-Use Skin Care Is the Future—Just ask LightWater Skin

While we’re largely trying to steer clear of single-use items, like plastic water bottles, experts in the dermatology field are making a case for single-use skin-care products. Bioscientist, product researcher and co-founder of LightWater Soo-Young Kang, PhD was inspired to create skin care that was as fresh as whole foods, and LightWater Skin is the result of that drive. The brand currently has two daily moisturizers on the market, with much more to come.

LightWater Skin is backed by its two other founders clinical researcher Fernanda H. Sakamoto, MD, PhD and dermatologist R. Rox Anderson, MD. dr Anderson’s name appears on more than 80 patents, and he invented laser dermatology, laser hair removal, CoolSculpting and Second Skin technology. These three experts came together to reinvent how we approach skin care. LightWater Skin creates small batches of fresh, nutrient-dense products.

Currently, LightWater is offering a Multivitamin Moisturizer ($46) for morning and a Replenishing Cream ($48) for evening. These two products feature clean ingredients, are microbiome-friendly and are safe for sensitive skin.

Each purchase comes with 28 packets of fresh daily doses meant to be opened and used within minutes. The single-dose packets are meant to maintain potency and hygiene by avoiding exposure to light, touch and air, which can weaken or tarnish the formula, especially if it features active ingredients. The individual doses also make these moisturizers perfect for travel or on-the-go use, so be sure to pack them this summer.

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