More than one million Americans are diagnosed with skin cancer each year. Many more are diagnosed with pre-cancerous conditions. These numbers continue to increase, not only in the U.S., but worldwide. A nice dark tan looks great, but is it healthy? The notion that sunscreen is an occasional summer-only accessory is still prevalent, yet mistaken.Read More
When dealing with skin care it is often focused on the face only. The forehead, cheeks, chin and nose are focal points for breakouts and pigmentation. A forgotten zone may be the delicate eye area.
Premature aging can show up in this area before other areas. The skin on and around the eyes, often referred to as the periocular area, is approximately 10 times thinner than the rest of the face.Read More
The cell renewal factor (CRF) is a natural process that slows down with age. Babies renew their cells every 14 days, teenagers every 21 to 28 days, middle-age adults every 28-42 days and it takes 42-48 days to renew cells by age 50 or older. Many things influence our CRF like the environment, lifestyles, medical history, genetics and hygiene.Read More
Facials that are incorporated with potent ingredients that help erase fine lines, plump sagging skin, and restore a youthful glow can relieve you of those self-conscious feelings about your crow’s feet and dark spots.
A favorite at spas and dermatology practices alike are vitamins. Vitamins are often incorporated into anti-aging products and treatments because of their complexion-enhancing abilities.Read More