Sometimes it can be a challenge to love the skin you’re in. When you’re dealing with adult acne, it’s overwhelming (and exhausting) to sort through thousands of products and recommendations to find something that works for you.
That’s why we’re thrilled to share that we’ve partnered with fellow Canadian brand Consonant to offer the Felix X Consonant Acne Edit. Our advising dermatologist, Dr. Nowell Solish, curated three Consonant products to complement our prescription acne treatments:
This new partnership between Felix and Consonant brings a fragrance-free skin-care regimen right to your door alongside your acne treatment. When using prescriptions for acne-prone skin, the right skin-care routine is non-negotiable — including a moisturizer that balances the drying effects of acne medication and a daily sunscreen to protect UV-sensitive skin.
Like Felix, Consonant believes that wellness is more than just one product or treatment. When you visit the doctor, they often suggest non-medical solutions to accompany your prescription (meditation alongside anxiety medication or a neti pot to go with allergy pills, for example). This is an extension of that in the digital health space — only we save you the extra trip by delivering everything to your door.
Once you finish answering the medical questions during your visit, you’ll be able to select any of the three options. Adding skin-care products to your prescription is simple, and completely integrated into the Felix online assessment process.
1. Complete your Felix medical assessment
2. Select any over-the-counter products to add to your prescription
3. Proceed to shipping and checkout
This marriage of medical and non-medical treatments is the first of many upcoming wellness partnerships for Felix. We can’t wait to continue sharing as our service continues to evolve.
The views expressed here are those of the author and, as with the rest of the content on Health Guide, are not a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment. If you have any medical questions or concerns, please talk to your healthcare practitioner.