Welcome to the Seiff Center Blog! Here you'll find the latest clinically backed articles and research info about plastic surgery, medical grade skincare, anti aging tips and more. No matter what kind of questions you have about your skin, we have answers. From reducing visible redness to repairing aging skin to how to pick the best retinol cream, you'll find guidance on our skincare routine blog.

November 1, 2022 botoxmedispa
Celebrate Botox Cosmetic Day 2022 at the Seiff Center November 16, 2022. Allergan is celebrating its best-known injectable with a Buy One, Get One $50 Botox gift card offer. You must be a member of Allē, the rewards program from Allergan Aesthetics to take advantage of exciting Botox Day promotions.

Alle members can purchase two $50 Botox Cosmetic gift cards for only $50 on November 16, 2022, while supplies last. What if you miss it? Don’t worry, Allergan is offering an additional Botox gift card promo. You’ll still have the chance to purchase a $100 Alle gift card for just $75, while supplies last. Plus, you’ll earn Double Alle Points when you book your Botox Cosmetic treatment between 11/16 – 11/30 at The Seiff Center MediSpa in Dover or Lewes 302-678-3443.


August 15, 2022 medispaZO Skincare

Antioxidants are a vital part of any skincare diet and play a key role in the skin health restoration process. “Antioxidants” are a buzzword in the skincare industry and are frequently referenced in conversations and messaging around skin health. However not all patients are familiar with what an antioxidant actually is, what it does and why it is important to include in your skin health regimen. Understanding what antioxidants are is the first step in upgrading your skin defense.

Antioxidants are a group of vitamins and minerals that minimize the process of oxidation, which in basic terms is a chemical reaction that occurs over time in skin. Oxidative stress contributes to the aging process, which manifests as wrinkles, sagging skin, loss of volume and more.

Additionally, as skin ages, its ability to withstand environmental aggressors and to repair damage begins to deteriorate. As internal and external stressors build up in the skin, this can contribute to chronic, low-grade inflammation that can cause premature signs of aging, which impact skin health.

Incorporating antioxidants into your skincare regimen, whether in a preventive or corrective protocol, can maximize skin health results. They offer numerous benefits, from protecting against premature signs of aging to brightening the skin—it is no wonder why they can become the hero of any skincare regimen.


External aggressors and pollution can damage skin and contribute to the process of “inflammaging.” This can lead to premature signs of aging, such as dullness, dehydration, uneven tone and lines + wrinkles.

One way to keep the effects of inflammaging at bay is to incorporate a daily dose of antioxidants to promote youthful-looking, glowing skin. New Illuminating AOX Serum delivers all-day environmental protection while enhancing skin glow and blurring imperfections. This concentrated daytime serum contains multiple powerhouse exclusive technologies, including

  • New ZPOLY™ complex that minimizes the signs of premature anti-aging while infusing extended hydration + strengthening skin’s barrier
  • time-released antioxidant complex ZOX12® that defends against environmental aggressors
  • soothing and free-radical neutralizing ZO-RRS2®

This concentrated serum is designed to tackle inflammaging at multiple avenues.

For nighttime use, next-generation Daily Power Defense has been elevated with new technologies, like new ZPOLY™ complex, to better support the appearance of youthful, healthy skin. This clinically proven, advanced serum strengthens skin’s protective barrier and guards against environmental stressors.

To get antioxidant protection around the clock, apply Illuminating AOX Serum in the morning and Daily Power Defense at night.


One of the most well-known antioxidants, vitamin C, helps to brighten the complexion and supports natural collagen production.

10% Vitamin C Self-Activating reduces the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles and promotes a more even-toned complexion by reducing surface discoloration. Added antioxidant protection minimizes the effects of environmental aggressors to promote overall skin health.


Antioxidants play a vital role in sun protection. In addition to providing comprehensive protection against UVA, UVB and blue light, all ZO® sunscreens contain the exclusive complex ZOX12® which provides 12 hours of antioxidant protection to minimize free radical skin aging and the harmful effects of infrared-A (IR-A) rays.. Whether looking for chemical or physical sunscreens or to have one to fit your lifestyle, ZO® Sunscreens have your skin health in mind.

For everyday wear, Sunscreen + Primer SPF 30 can be worn under makeup to offer sun protection and blur visible imperfections. For athletes, Daily Sheer Broad Spectrum SPF 50 is water and perspiration resistant, shielding against light + photodamage while delivering a sheer matte finish.


August 9, 2022 botoxjuvedermmedispa

It is hard to believe that August is here! Enjoy our Medispa in Lewes and Dover!

August Specials: Red Light Therapy added to any treatment for FREE ($50 value).
Get luscious & hydrated LIPS for summer. For a limited only, Seiff Center is offering Kysse lip filler for $600 Savings of $150! We love Kysse, and know you will too! Juvederm specials – buy one syringe & get 50% off of second . (We suggest “full correction” treatments is 2 syringes).
SAY goodbye to summer squint lines! Botox & Dysport only $10 unit! Achieving your skincare goals should not stop you from having fun in the sun. Botox and Dysport are a great summertime treatment because they have little recovery time.  Call today: 302-678-3443.


June 24, 2022 medispasunsceen

Most of you know the importance of wearing sunscreen daily. Sunscreen protects you from premature signs of aging and helps you ward off skin cancer. Despite knowing all of this, many people still do not remember to apply sunblock creams. If you have acne-prone skin, you’re likely to avoid sunscreens.

While sun protection is essential for all skin types, the importance of sunscreen for sensitive, acne-prone skin cannot be overstated. Regular sunscreen use improves skin health and helps you achieve a more even complexion. In this post, we’ll discuss why you need sunscreen and provide tips to help you choose the best sun care product for your skin type.

Sensitive Skin

When you have sensitive, acne-prone skin, slathering a greasy, irritating product on your face doesn’t seem appealing. But since your skin is more reactive, you need sunscreen more than any other skin type. Sensitive skin requires extra care to look and function at its best. Before we go over which sunscreen ingredients to avoid, let’s walk you through the importance of sunscreen for reactive, blemish-prone skin:


You probably think sunscreens clog pores, but they actually do the opposite! If you don’t apply sun protection, the sun’s UVB rays will burn the top layers of your skin. Sunburn dries out the skin. To compensate for this dryness, your skin will overproduce oil, which results in more breakouts. By preventing sunburns, sunscreen can keep oil production in check.


If you suffer from a sensitive skin condition, you already know about the importance of sunscreen. The sun can be your skin’s worst enemy. According to the American Academy of Dermatology (AAD), sunlight is among the top triggers of rosacea. Daily sunscreen use protects your skin from UV radiation and helps you avoid painful and unsightly flare-ups.


Sunscreen use is necessary even if you don’t have rosacea. Because sensitive skin is more reactive, the damaging effects of sunlight severely inflame your skin and produce facial redness. By shielding your skin from UV damage, sunscreen decreases redness caused by inflammation. This can help you achieve a brighter and more even skin tone over time.


The importance of sunscreen cannot be stressed enough if you want clear skin. Why? Because sunlight is an environmental irritant. The sun’s UV light irritates your skin, and this irritation inflames your pores. The result? Red, swollen, and painful bumps that look like acne. Frequent sunscreen application helps reduce skin irritation to keep your pores calm and healthy.

By now, you should have learned that sunscreen use is crucial to calm and clear up your skin. But all sunscreens are not created equal. The importance of sunscreen is well known, but some sun protection products contain chemical UV filters that are not well-suited for sensitive, acne-prone skin. However, they remain better than no sunscreen at all. Here is the list of chemical UV filter ingredients:


Let’s begin our list with the most common chemical UV filter: oxybenzone. A common substance found in FDA-approved sunscreens, oxybenzone is a chemical UV filter that has been reported to cause several problems, such as disrupting your hormones, increasing the risk of cancer, and causing allergic skin reactions. The topical application of oxybenzone can aggravate your sensitive, acne-prone skin.


When it comes to what sunscreen ingredients to avoid, keep avobenzone in mind. Avobenzone is another chemical sun filter that absorbs UVA and UVB wavelengths. This ingredient, however, is very unstable. When exposed to sunlight, it degrades and produces free radicals. These free radicals damage your skin and trigger inflammation, exacerbating acne and facial redness.


At this point, you’re well aware of the importance of sunscreen for sensitive, acne-prone skin. Sunscreen, however, can provoke your skin if it contains octinoxate. Octinoxate is a common UV filter used to absorb UVB rays. Research has shown that octinoxate can cause dermatitis. This dermal disorder inflames sensitive skin and can trigger irritation-induced acne.


Here is another irritating sunscreen ingredient to avoid. Octocrylene is a synthetic UV filter that absorbs both UVA and UVB rays. Because it’s quite photostable, it’s also used to stabilize other sunscreen ingredients. If you have redness-prone skin, you should stay away from octocrylene. Studies have shown that octocrylene produces allergic reactions in people with sensitive skin.


When you have sensitive, acne-prone skin, the importance of scanning sunscreen ingredients for fragrances should not be overlooked. Fragrances are commonly used in chemical sunscreens to give them a more pleasant smell. Because they can be irritating, fragrances inflame sensitive skin conditions and contribute to acne breakouts.

Now that you know what sunscreen ingredients to avoid, let’s talk about how to find the best sunscreen for your skin type. While people with normal skin can get away with conventional sunscreens, you need specialized formulations to soothe and protect your skin. Here is what you should look for to pick the right sunscreen for sensitive, acne-prone skin:

  • Mineral UV filters ⏤ Mineral sun blockers, like zinc oxide and titanium dioxide, are proven to be safe and and better tolerated than chemical UV filters
  • Lightweight formulation ⏤ Oil-free and non-comedogenic formulations quickly absorb into your skin and don’t clog pores.
  • Hypoallergenic ⏤ A hypoallergenic label means the product is formulated with non-irritating ingredients to keep your reactive skin calm.
  • Antioxidants ⏤ Antioxidants fight free radical damage from the sun and help to reduce skin inflammation, which improves the appearance of facial redness.
  • SPF 30+ ⏤ A sunscreen with an SPF of at least 30 will provide high protection against sunburn, helping you avoid rosacea flare-ups and acne breakouts.

Now you know the importance of sunscreen for sensitive, acne-prone skin. Wearing sunscreen religiously is key to achieving a clear, even-looking complexion. If you want to improve your skin tone, look no further than Senté sunscreens. With mineral UV filters, antioxidants, and hypoallergenic ingredients, our medical-grade sunscreens provide unparalleled UV protection without any irritation. Shop Senté dermatologist-recommended sunscreens to brighten up your complexion.