SKIN CLASS: Watch Jen Atkin live with Simon Ourian M.D.

SKIN CLASS: Watch Jen Atkin live with Simon Ourian M.D.

by Rainy City Agency on Oct 07, 2021

In case you missed @jenatkinhair and @simonourianmd1 talking all things beauty, melasma and hyperpigmentation in MDO’s live session - we got your back!

For those of you who don't know her yet, Jen Atkin is the wonderful celebrity hairstylist and founder of Ouai Haircare & Mane Addicts. She is considered to be one of the most influential hair stylists in the world. She provides her followers with helpful tips on beauty and travel routines, self-care, relationships and more.



Guys, this is so exciting! You get to have the coveted Simon Ourian M.D. who literally takes care of everybody in Los Angeles and all over the world. You get to have his treatment - but in your house!

READ Jen’s Q&A with Simon Ourian M.D. for beauty insights of the new BOOST Series:

Jen: The Vitamin C is the one that helps even out skintone and reduces appearance of dark spots, right?

Simon: Exactly! Use the Vitamin C if you have dark spots and discoloration. Leave it on for 10 or 15 minutes and then use the hydration. The MDO Intense Hydrating Moisturizer is honestly, hands down, the best hydration money can buy. If you get this and you try it, please let me know! I love to know what your thoughts are. I am very proud of it. We wanted to make sure we always make something that is very amazing and that people love.

Jen: It says it is formulated with Hyaluronic Acid Peptides and Vitamin E for plumbing effect and reduction of fine lines. I'm going to take my filter off my face so people can see. I'm going to be real here. I'm all about being real. Is it good for fine lines that you get around your mouth and eye area?

Simon: Yes, if you use the Hydrating Moisturizer your skin is going to be hydrated very well for 24 hours. It has a nano-technology that allows your skin to get very well hydrated for a long period of time.

Jen: Someone asks, 'what would you recommend for wrinkles on the neck?'

Simon: If they are really bad I recommend getting fillers in them, but there are very specific types of fillers. If you use very thick fillers they will make you look lumpy. But most important, when you take care of your skin, make sure you take care of your neck as well. The Vitamin C definitely helps with making your skin nicer and smoother. If you want to make your skin more healthy looking use the EGF growth factor.

Jen: This is so exciting! So all of the BOOST Series is out of today. What's the website for people to go to? 

Simon: It's MDO-SKIN.COM. You can also follow me on my Instagram which is MDO (@mdoskin)

Thank you Jen for joining our Instagram Live Session with Simon Ourian M.D. #MDOSKINCLUB!