Reducing wrinkles probably have more to do with what you put in your body than what you put on it. Carotenoids: Best food sources~ Butternut squash, carrots and spinach. Polyphenols: Best food sources~ Coffee, dark chocolate, red wine and tea. Vitamin C: Best food sources~ Bell peppers, citrus, red cabbage,
Estrogen is responsible for preventing a decrease in skin collagen and maintaining skin thickness. Isoflavons can mimic human estrogens. A number of studies have shown that yes, using isoflavons can indeed improve the look of skin over a six- month period. Facials are key to healthy skin and in partnering
Hyperpigmentation is a prevalent skin disorder that has multiple causes and can be challenging to treat. A health history at your initial consultation will help determine the cause. Book your complimentary consultation and let’s talk about a treatment plan specifically tailored to your needs.
Cholesterol deposits are fatty-looking, slightly raised plaques in the skin near the eyes. They usually appear gradually, are not painful, tender or itchy. They look fatty because that is what they are. They are collections of cells called histiocytes, bulging with fat (usually cholesterol). In some people this can be
While air pollution affects the outside of the body, it also is entering our bodies as we breathe. Drinking sufficient water every day hydrates the skin and helps the liver to process and remove toxic substances from the blood. Without plenty of water, our organs do not work as efficiently, and
A term almost all of us have heard of when filling out a skin-care input form. More than 16 million Americans suffer from it and don’t even know it. What is Rosacea? Rosacea is a rash of adulthood. Any adult is at risk, but rosacea is most commonly seen in light-skinned
11/6/2014 – You should be wearing sunscreen during the fall and winter months, even when it is cloudy. Your skin will thank you. Please do not get sun burns. Your chance of getting melanoma increases by 45% if you have had 4-5 sun burns in your life. I saw this