Dr Sebagh is a skin care brand that was founded by one Jean Louis Sebagh. He started working with skin treatments and cosmetic enhancements over 20 years ago and is known for assisting celebrities. More recently, Sebagh developed his own line, which sells in numerous different countries, but only in select stores like Barneys and Bliss. The core focus of Dr Sebagh treatments is anti-aging, as well as daily skin maintenance. After examining the official website, it appears that this brand can be broken down into four different categories. These are High Maintenance Care, Advanced Anti-aging Skin Care, Eye Care, and Oily Skin Care.
There are 20 different products listed on the official Dr Sebagh website at this time. Some of these in the High Maintenance Care line are Hand Made Crème, Firming & Hydrating Body Crème; in the Advanced Anti-Aging Skin Care group, these are the Foaming Cleanser, Purifying Mask, Deep Exfoliating Mask, Essential Glow, and Serum Repair; and in the Oily Skin Care group, these are the Breakout Foaming Cleanser, and breakout Spot-On. As touted on many other skin care websites, this line is claimed to incorporate the “most effective active ingredients, latest scientific research and the highest concentrations of ingredients.” Unfortunately the prices for Dr Sebagh treatments are not listed on the official website.
To focus more specifically on one Dr Sebagh treatments, we’ll take a look at the Crème Extreme Maintenance product. This treatment is geared toward individuals with sensitive and/or very dry skin. This cream should be applied to cleansed skin, morning and night. Not only does this treatment aim to hydrate the user’s skin, but it’s also claimed to heal the most dry and/or damaged skin. Although the major active components offered in this treatment are not disclosed, it is said that they’re “progressive scientific biotec ingredients.” On the other hand, a full list of ingredients are provided under each product on the website for review.
All ingredients found in the Crème Extreme Maintenance treatment are as follows: aqua/water/eau, cannabis sativa seed oil, glycerin, behenyl alcohol, dimethicone, dimethicone/vinyl dimethicone crosspolymer, cetearyl alcohol, cetearyl wheat bran glycosides, macadamia ternifolia seed oil, squalane, hydrolyzed hazelnut protein, hexyldecanol, caprylic/capric/succinic triglyceride, phenoxyethanol, safflower oil / palm oil aminopropanediol esters, sodium polyacrylate, chlorphenesin, parfum (fragrance), c18-c21 alkane, pseudoalteromonas ferment extract, caprylyl glycol, sesamum indicum oil, silica, palmitoyl coffea canephora robusta extract, bht, wheat germ glycerides, phoenix dactylifera (date) seed extract, tocopheryl acetate, hydrolyzed soy protein, trideceth-6, magnesium nitrate, hydrolyzed wheat protein, rhizobian gum, sodium hyaluronate, biosaccharide gum-4, xanthan gum, methylparaben, potassium sorbate, lecithin, butylparaben, ethylparaben, methylchloroisothiazolinone, magnesium chloride, isobutylparaben, propylparaben, tripeptide-10 citrulline, methylisothiazolinone, carbomer, tripeptide-1, triethanolamine, benzyl salicylate, benzyl benzoate, hexyl cinnamal, linalool, limonene, butylphenyl methylpropional, citronellol, geraniol and alpha-isomethyl ionone.
- Jean Louis Sebagh, the man who started this company, has been involved with beauty and skin care for over 20 years.
- There are convenient usage directions provided on the official website.
- These skin care products do not appear to be suitable for all skin types.
- There are countless ingredients incorporated into Dr Sebagh treatments, which can make allergy issues arise for some individuals.
- None of the treatments can actually be acquired directly through the website.
The Bottom Line
In the end, there are quite a few “skin care specialists” out there today who are coming out with their own line of treatments. While this certainly adds a lot of variety to the mix, it also makes it difficult for some individuals to choose which products are good and which ones should be avoided. As far as Dr Sebagh treatments go, you may want to be leery of the massive ingredient lists that go with each product. Especially if you’re allergic to certain substances, such as synthetic paraben preservatives.