A skin and cosmetic doctor has revealed the products she uses on her skin and why she prefers a 'less is more' approach over an extensive morning and night routine.

The Daily Mail website reports Dr Imaan Joshi, 49, only cleanses once each day, uses a handful of serums in the morning and puts on hyaluronic acid and retinol before bed.

The doctor, who only started actively using skincare when she was 42, told the website she prefers the 'wash and wear' approach to achieving healthy skin.

"You don’t need 10 steps or whatever to get the job done if you use targeted personalised stuff for you and stop following fads and trends,' she told The Daily Mail.

'Most of my patients are busy with hectic lifestyles. Keeping it simple means they’re more likely to stick to their routines rather than skip it completely because it’s too hard.'

Read the full report here.

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