Professional Skin Care Treatments and Products
Serving Paramus, NJ, and the Bergen County area
Dr. Rebecca Baxt’s #1 Skincare Tip!
Results may vary.
At BAXT CosMedical®, Dr. Rebecca Baxt, a board-certified dermatologist, and her team of aestheticians and skincare specialists can help you achieve healthy and vibrant skin. We offer a variety of quality skin care services and medical grade skincare products. Based on your medical and/or cosmetic skin care concerns and desired skin enhancement, Dr. Baxt will develop a customized treatment and maintenance program just for you.
Results may vary.
This 30-year-old female has suffered from acne for many years. The patient follows a topical prescription regiment recommended by Dr. Rebecca Baxt to maintain unblemished skin. The patient is thrilled with the absence of her acne.
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Professional skin care services offered at BAXT CosMedical® include:
Aesthetician Services – Dr. Baxt’s certified aestheticians offer several services to help you with your skin’s appearance. Rejuvenation treatments are available for your body and face.
- Chemical Peels
- Skin Care Consultation
- Skin Care Products – You can learn more about chemical peels, laser and light sources to treat specific skin conditions, but these treatments are not for everyone; however, both men and women can use a good skin care program. Retin-A, and other Retinoids, Glycolic Acid, Salicylic Acid, Vitamin C, and Emollients, are among the products that we recommend. Sunscreen is an important part of keeping your skin healthy and glowing! We carry a large variety of sunscreens that are good for many skin types such as acne or rosacea-prone skin, and people with eczema or sensitive skin.
We offer a wide variety of professional grade skin care products for healthy, glowing skin. There are products to treat all skin, including sensitive skin, dry and oily skin, and skin care for acne patients.
- Skin Cancer and Sun Protection – Treatment and ongoing care to address sun-related damage to your skin, including skin cancer prevention and skin care regimen to help protect your skin from sun and environmental damage. (To learn more, read Dr. Baxt’s media interviews on a variety of dermatological topics.)
“Excellent. Have been going to Baxt Cosmedical for over 17 years. Wouldn’t trust anyone else when it comes to my face. Always listens to your concerns and has a plan to correct them.”– DC
Skin Care Tips – Media Interviews of Dr. Rebecca Baxt
- Dr. Rebecca Baxt interviewed by the American Academy of Dermatology, “Dermatologist Recommended Skin Care in your 20’s, February 2023”. Read Full Article
- Dr. Rebecca Baxt was one of three dermatologist interviewed Insider.com in January 2023, on recommended skincare cleansers. Dr. Rebecca Baxt said that “cleansers with glycolic acid also work well for those with regular skin looking for anti-aging benefits. As well as oily skin, salicylic acid can also work for acne-prone skin, said Dr. Baxt. She also recommended cleansers containing benzoyl peroxide.”
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- Dr. Rebecca Baxt was interviewed on the topic of “The 16 Best Body Lotions For Dry Skin, According To Dermatologists” (Today, September 15, 2022) Dr. Baxt offered the following advice on the types of body moisturizers available:
- Lotion. These are the lowest strength of moisturizers, and they’re typically a thin, easy to apply [solution] that comes in a pumper bottle,” Baxt said. But if those don’t work to hydrate your particular dry skin, you may need to progress to creams.
- Creams. “These are thicker, and they have a higher oil to water ratio,” Baxt. Creams typically come in tubes or tubs. “They’re difficult to apply because they are thicker. However, they work better [than lotions],” she added. If those are still not adequate, ointments are the next step.
- Ointments. The strongest moisturizers, according to Baxt. “These tend to be a Vaseline-type base, such as plain Vaseline, Aquaphor or Vaniply [Vanicream],” Baxt explained. Those are the thickest; they are a bit greasy, but if your skin is raw and cracked, they will be very soothing,” she said.
- Alternative: Natural moisturizers. For people looking for an all-natural alternative, Baxt suggested coconut oil or other natural oils.
- Dr. Rebecca Baxt was interviewed by Everyday Health, “How to Tweak Your Skin-Care Routine for Fall, Depending on Your Skin Type,” September 2022. She discussed why and how to adjust your fall skincare regimen.
“Since fall is a season of new beginnings, this may be a great time for a skin reset, says Dr. Baxt. “If you abused your skin this summer [in terms of sun exposure] or now have bad breakouts from constant sweat and sunscreen application, then peeling off that top layer of skin with a treatment like a chemical peel or laser resurfacing can help try to reverse the damage,” she says. “What’s more, this lack of humidity means that people who found they could skip moisturizer in the summer suddenly need to start using one now — or step up to a heavier one, says Rebecca Baxt, MD, a board-certified dermatologist in Paramus, New Jersey. That’s why for fall, the biggest adjustment will likely be to your moisturizing routine, no matter your skin type. Depending on if you’re oily, dry, or somewhere in between, you’ll be looking for a lotion (made with a large water content, making it a lightweight hydrator), cream (the next step), or an ointment (the strongest option).” – Read Full Article »
- Dr. Rebecca Baxt was interviewed by CNET on “How to Treat and Heal a Sunburn.”
“Sunburns in light skin are red,” Baxt says. “Red shows inflammation, and your skin is recruiting cells to try to repair the damage.” Although it’s more “unusual” for a person with darker skin to get a sunburn, Baxt says, it happens; it just may be harder to see. If you have darker skin and other symptoms of sunburn like skin tenderness or peeling, you should use the same sunburn home remedies.Baxt says prevention is key when it comes to sunburn. “The way you prevent it is by using sunscreen appropriately and seeking shade, and wearing protective clothing,” Baxt says. “It’s all in the prevention. Once you get the burn it just has to heal.” – Read Full Article »
- Dr. Rebecca Baxt interviewed about “clean beauty products” by Everyday Health, “Clean Beauty 101: A Comprehensive Guide” – Read Full Article »
- Dr. Rebecca Baxt interviewed by WellandGood.com on why you should, “Wash Your New Clothes Before You Wear Them” – Read Full Article »
- Dr. Baxt’s interview in Everyday Health (October 2019), “How to Tweak Your Skin-Care Routine for Fall, Depending on Your Skin Type”) – Read Full Article »
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