DML Forte Review - The Dermatology Review

DML Forte Review



During the dry winter months especially, it can be incredibly difficult to find a routine that provides your skin with enough moisture without triggering any irritation or skin sensitivities. Because of this, there are a number of brands have created products to cater to this specific type of skin and general seasonal skin concerns. DML Forte Cream is one of these products that has been a fan favorite for years. This product was designed to help hydrate and soften dry, chapped or irritated skin while also helping to restore your moisture barrier. The key behind this formula, according to the brand, is that this moisturizer does not wash away easily, as it is high in occlusive ingredients including petrolatum, cetyl alcohol and silicones. While some of these ingredients many have developed a bad reputation, almost all of them are still backed by a wealth of research to support their use, and are consistently recommended by dermatologists and estheticians for addressing dry and irritated skin. With all that said, this is a very dense and rich formula, so it is best suited for those who need this intense dosage of nourishment.


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