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If you spend any time on TikTok or the interwebs you might have noticed a lot of talk about “skin cycling.” It seems to be the hot skincare trend, but what is it? Essentially it means rather than applying the same products to your skin every day, you apply them with “rest days” so that your skin can repair itself after using certain active ingredients (like retinol). This process can help prevent irritation and inflammation. Confused? In this episode Madhavi Gavini breaks it down.
Madhavi Gavini is the founder and CEO of Droplette (a device that transforms skincare ingredients capsules into a powerful micro-mist, allowing for the delivery of skincare deep within the skin). A mathematician by training she holds degrees form MIT & Johns Hopkins. Her background is more scientific but she found herself discovering some breakthrough skincare technologies and is now an expert in the field.
Join Lauren and Madhavi as they discuss: how she came to be working in skincare devices, why so many skincare products don’t actually work, what skin cycling is, how skin cycling works, the benefits of skin cycling for aging skin, what happens to the skin if you don’t skin cycle, how skin cycling fits in with in-office procedures, how to start skin cycling, how to fit skin cycling into your existing routine, and so much more!
By the end of the episode you will not only understand skin cycling but you will be armed and ready to try it!
Read: What Is ‘Skin Cycling,’ and Should You Try It?