Aging is an exciting journey of learning with both highs and lows. For most, we enjoy the wisdom and confidence that come with aging; however, for some, it’s hard to watch the signs of age show up on our faces and skin. Most of us feel much younger than we really are and when we look in the mirror, we want to see a resemblance of that youthful self.
Defying the skin’s aging process is becoming much easier these days. By understanding what’s happening and by reversing or preventing the aging process, you can maintain your timeless beauty.
Beauty and health start on the inside:
Skin Care needs: Collagen Restoration, Exfoliation and Protection
Under the skin changes lead to Sagging Skin:
Sagging skin not only happens because of collagen loss in the skin itself, but also due to under the skin changes that happen to everyone with aging. As we age, we lose bone, fat, and muscle that support the skin and facial structures. As these structures shrink, we notice a more tired look to the face with eyes, mouth, and jowls drooping downward. It’s important to understand that under the skin changes cannot be corrected with treatments like skincare products or topical skin treatments. So, for your most timeless look, you’ll need to not only follow the above recommendations, but you’ll also need to restore the volume that has been lost under the skin with dermal fillers. I prefer the more natural, hyaluronic acid dermal fillers to restore facial structures and to lift and refresh your look. In the right hands, non-surgical facial rejuvenation can restore your youthful appearance, without anyone knowing you had a procedure done.
Age defying, timeless beauty can be achieved with the right knowledge, products and procedures. Let us help you achieve your goals.
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Are you sure that you are selecting beauty products with an eye out for high-quality, effective ingredients.
You might ask, what makes an ingredient effective?
Ingredients need to be able to penetrate, alter, and improve the function of the skin to enhance collagen production, exfoliation, hydration, and protection. These types of products are considered cosmeceuticals and not typically found in the average over-the-counter product at your local pharmacy or department store. Many skincare products fall short because their amazing “active ingredients” sit on the surface of the skin and can’t be delivered to the right layer to work their magic.
Whether it is adult onset, or smack dab in the middle of puberty, acne is NEVER welcomed. By definition, acne is an inflammatory skin condition caused by overproduction of oil (sebum) in the skin. The skin also has an abundance of bacteria called Propionibacterium acnes which exacerbates the severity of the condition.
Acne is largely hormonal in nature, and seems to creep up at the most inopportune times. Not only is it difficult to manage, it can be incredibly painful and lead to scarring. In addition, acne often induces anxiety about one’s appearance.