Gould-Jacobson Physicians endorse products that are proven to offer the most effective sun protection, proactive anti-aging, and overall daily skin care health. It is important that our brands are available to you both in the office and at home.

It is important that GJD physicians recommend products for your specific skin type. The attached chart shows helps match products with skin type however, a physician consultation will provide information on product use as well as product combinations to achieve healthy, beautiful skin.

To ensure you are receiving authentic, safe, quality product, please purchase skin care products only through authorized physicians and their associated skin care professionals.

All online ordering receives free shipping with a minimum order of $75 or more.

Sunscreen Key Word Descriptions


(Sun Protection Factor) – tells you how LONG a sunscreen is effective against UVB rays on the skin. For example, if you went outside without sunscreen and it took 10 minutes for you to develop a sunburn, then a sunscreen with an SPF of 15 will protect you for 150 minutes (10 minutes multiplied by the SPF of 15). Currently there is not an “SPF” for UVA rays BUT MOST SUNSCREENS DEFEND AGAINST BOTH UVA & UVB (?OR MAYBE SOMETHING LIKE PROTECTS AGAINST UVA JUST NOT RATED??). The FDA is developing rating system for UVA blockage and we should be seeing it on sunscreen labels soon.

The American Association of Dermatology recommends a “broad spectrum” sunscreen with an SPF of at least 30.


means that it blocks both UVA and UVB rays. Scientists have long thought that UVB radiation causes skin cancer, but recent studies suggest that UVA rays can also induce cancer and cause photoaging (brown spots and wrinkles). UVB rays are more likely than UVA to cause sunburn, but UVA rays penetrate deeper into the skin. UVA radiation also comes from tanning beds and sun lamps. Also important, unlike UVB rays, UVA radiation is not blocked by ordinary window glass.


(for example Avobenzone)- work by absorbing the energy of UV radiation before it affects your skin. Unlike physical sunscreens, no single chemical ingredient blocks the entire UV spectrum, thus multiple chemicals are combined to produce “broad spectrum” protection.


(for example zinc oxide, titanium dioxide) -reflect or scatter UV radiation before it reaches your skin. They provide broad spectrum UVA and UVB protection. Because these are not chemicals, they rarely cause skin irritation and are good for people with “sensitive skin.”


means the sunscreen maintains the SPF level after 40 minutes of water exposure.


means it maintains the SPF level after 80 minutes of water exposure.