Non-Surgical Rhinoplasty

The Alternative to Nose Job Surgery

Non-surgical rhinoplasty is also known as the 15 Minute Nose Job. It is used for both cosmetic and health purposes since it can aid people who might have breathing issues. Non surgical rhinoplasty has been documented since the 19th century and has come a long way since then. It exists in its current form because of the work of Dr. Rivkin, who pioneered the use of fillers in 2003.

Today a non-surgical rhinoplasty uses fillers in order to improve the look of patients’ noses. The goal of the procedure is typically to make a lowered or curved nose appear straighter. Non-surgical rhinoplasty can also be used to correct asymmetry in a patients’ nose. The nose is carefully injected using fillers after a consult with a plastic surgeon or physician.

Advantages and disadvantages of Non Surgical Rhinoplasty

Traditional rhinoplasty requires surgery and ample recovery time. A patient has to wait until the swelling in their face diminishes. Non-surgical rhinoplasty can be performed in about 15 minutes. At Advanced Dermatology we have a range of dermal fillers and during your consultation with our medical practitioner you will be recommended which dermal fillers would be best suited for your non-surgical rhinoplasty treatment. This procedure is suitable for:

  • Those who want to correct asymmetry, hollowness, or indentations in their nose.
  • Patients interested in reducing bumps–or their appearance–on their noses.
  • Patients who want to enhance the bridge in their noses or who have a flat nasal ridge.
  • Patients who received a traditional surgical rhinoplasty and want to correct unsatisfactory results.

Non-surgical rhinoplasty can also be used to correct certain birth defects. Furthermore, this procedure doesn’t interrupt the normal breathing process because fillers are injected into the skin layer. No nasal bleeding or swelling occurs during a non-surgical rhinoplasty because of the way it is performed. The patient is awake and has more control over the results of the procedure. A non-surgical rhinoplasty is also far cheaper than a traditional rhinoplasty and only focuses on enhancing the features of the nose rather than a reconstruction. Usually the procedure requires only one appointment, whereas a traditional rhinoplasty requires several.

However, the fillers used for the 15 minute nose job can’t increase the nose’s width or length. The 15 minute nose job also can’t be used for patients who are interested in nose reduction or in changing the appearance of nostrils (from narrow to wide, for example).

Overview

Once the patient decides they would like a non-surgical rhinoplasty the surgeon will generally use topical anaesthesia to ensure the patient is comfortable during the injection process. A hypodermic needle is used to inject the filler under the patients’ nasal skin.

It typically takes 15 minutes for the skin to be numb enough to be injected comfortably. After this, the surgeon may take between 30-45 minutes injecting the filler into the patient. A patient can usually continue with their daily activities after the procedure is performed.

Patients who are interested in a raised tip are injected at the tip of the nose. Those who want a straight nasal bridge are injected at above and below the nose bridge’s bump.

Microhydrabrasion

Microhydrabrasion: Is this the new skin clearing treatment that actually works?

It seems like there is always a new technology, procedure or product claiming to soften and purify skin. From injections to surgeries and creams, there are a myriad of options for cleansing and anti-ageing and with each new option, the costs seem to increase, as well. As a skin-purifying consumer, it’s imperative to know the facts about procedures and products before you try them for your skin improvement. This review is putting the magnifying glass on Microhydrabrasion to better understanding the hype and the results.

What is Microhydrabrasion?

Microhydrabrasion is a procedure that provides resurfacing of facial skin through exfoliation using a diamond-tipped microdermabrasion tool. Clinics’ providing the service claim the diamond is more effective and less harsh than other crystal-based tools. The Microhydrabrasion system uses a system of water and aloe vera to maximise the effect of the treatment. Water cleans and hydrates whilst aloe vera provides contact cooling and instant soothing, making the treatment much less aggressive than Microdermabrasion treatments.

The procedure is expected to clear and cleanse skin while removing the look of discolouration, sunspots, scarring and fine lines or wrinkles.

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Microhydrabrasion Considerations

First of all, it is important to note that not everyone is applicable for this Microhydrabrasion procedure. Candidates with deep scarring or other ailments are not recommended for this procedure as it can cause further damage, so for cases such as these it is advisable to look for alternative treatments. The procedure can be done as a one-time visit but most clinics recommend that clients receive the service multiple times in 4-6 week intervals. Most clinics claim the recovery time for this procedure is minimal but reviews indicate that the recovery time is highly variable and not everyone will heal at the same rate.

This procedure resurfaces skin and leaves it more susceptive to difficulty with exposure. If you partake in microhydrabrasion treatments, expect a higher amount of sensitivity and plan to apply an increased amount of sun protection for about a week after the treatment if you want to avoid side effects such as redness and itching.

What are reviewers experiencing with Microhydrabrasion?:

As with any skin treatment service, the results vary depending on the users. The most successful microhydrabrasion users claim their skin was clearer and glowing after the exfoliation procedure. Some reviewers claim to have significant decreases in the signs of ageing or scarring after multiple treatments. Additionally, clients claimed the positive improvements continued after the procedure as they saw a decrease in skin breakouts and improved pores and minimal blackheads in trouble areas.

Unfortunately, some reviewers were less enthusiastic about their results after a microhydrabrasion treatment. Some felt the results were minimal for the price and others felt the price of the irritation caused by the treatment wasn’t worth the improvements. Negative reviewers also experienced several side effects such as redness, dryness and itchiness for a few days after the procedure.

The Alternative: Microdermabrasion

A similar but unique treatment that many reviewers prefer to microhydrabrasion is Microdermabrasion. At Advanced Dermatology we provide a medical grade Microdermabrasion which is ideal peeling and stimulating treatment to improve texture (scarring) and luminosity of the skin, reducing fine lines and pigmentation caused by sun damage, also assists in stimulation of cellular renewal. Results are visible after just one treatment.

Both microdermabrasion and microhydrabrasion are non-invasive procedures with limited recovery time and passionate fans with incredible results in improving skin condition.

Micordermabrasion has been around longer than microhydrabrasion and continues to garner attention from reviewers because the reliably beautiful and transformative improvement to skin this procedure develops. Additionally, reviewers claim that the results from microdermabrasion continue to improve over time and their skin sees less sensitivity after multiple procedures. Another thing worth noticing is that reviewers with acne issues and deep acne scarring are significant fans of this procedure and claim incredible results.

Mederma

Mederma for Skin Improvement: Could this be the answer to reducing the look of skin scarring?

Mederma skin care, from Frankfurt, Germany, has been using a bioflavonoid from onions as the main ingredient in their line of skin products with the aim of reducing the appearance of scars, stretch marks and other unsightly skin conditions. Available in cream and gel forms, Mederma claims to develop skin products that will significantly decrease the visibility of scars and stretch marks and leave clients’ skin feeling softer and smoother. The Mederma website is full of testimonials from satisfied clients with impressive results but this review is designed to educate potential users about the two main products Mederma sells for skin improvement.

Mederma Scar Gel and Cream

Recommended by doctors and pharmacists, Mederma claims their scar creams and gels dramatically improve the look of scars and have been clinically proven to be successful.

The product is most successful when it is applied as soon as a scar forms and should be rubbed into scars once a day for eight to twelve weeks. The brand encourages users to be patient as change takes time with scarring. Additionally, users that develop flaky or dry skin should apply less of the product. Only a thin layer of the gel or cream needs to be applied for best results.

Scars are susceptible to sun damage and, as such, Mederma has produced a scar cream with SPF to protect scars from further damage. Scars plagued by the sun often inflame or even break which increases the negative appearance.

The product claims to use Allum Cepa, found in onions, for improving the look of scars by enhancing malignant cells. In 1999, a clinical study found dramatic improvements from this ingredient but in 2006, another study was less successful.

According to many Mederma reviews, using this cream to improve the appearance of acne scars shows impressive results. Unfortunately, reviewers hoping to improve deeper scars from cuts or stitches were less enthusiastic. Most of the Mederma reviews claimed that results take at least a few weeks and they saw at least some fading of scars, if not dramatic decrease in the appearance. The most successful users were applying to smaller scars immediately after the scar formed but there were some that saw improvements to older scars, as well.

Mederma Stretch Marks Therapy

According to Mederma, 76% of mothers in a clinical study saw improvement to the appearance of stretch marks as a result of applying the Mederma Stretch Marks Therapy cream.

This paraben-free cream can be applied during pregnancy starting in the second trimester. It is a topical cream that is safe to use daily throughout pregnancy and after birth to reduce the appearance of stretch marks. The cream can be massaged onto skin twice daily. If applying to older stretch marks, expect to use for a longer amount of time for results. Some reviewers indicated they applied daily for 12 weeks before they saw dramatic changes to their stretch marks.

The product improves stretch marks by increasing the moisture and elasticity. A 2010 study saw significant improvement to stretch marks through the use of this product and the Mederma scar cream.

Mederma warns that some users can be sensitive to the cream and all users should consult a doctor if redness or other negative reactions occur.

Mederma guarantees all their products if users are willing to apply the cream daily for at least 12 weeks. Reviewers’ results have been significantly mixed with this product. Some reviewers were thrilled with the improvement and others reported barely any noticeable change. All reviewers indicated a significant amount of usage over several weeks to see improvement. There were many reviewers who indicated they saw significant change in old stretch marks that they’d lived with for years.

The Mederma brand is diligently working to be your trusted name in reducing the appearance of scars and stretch marks but improvement relies on your commitment to application and, in some cases, your skin condition. Remember to apply as recommended and expect to wait for best results.

 

 

What Causes Wrinkles

All You Need to Know about What Causes Wrinkles

We may not know exactly what causes wrinkles but a day will come in every woman’s (a man’s!) life where we must face it–wrinkles will begin to appear as fine lines, crows feet, deep set wrinkles and sagging skin around our eyes, between our eyebrows, cheeks and forehead. Wherever we may find wrinkles appearing on our faces, we can take the necessary steps to reduce them. Yes, it is possible to reduce the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles through expert care and skin tightening creams.

One of the first steps to reducing these signs of ageing is to learn what causes wrinkles in the first place. There is a list of reasons why wrinkles begin to appear. Not every reason will apply to you but you may find yourself agreeing to at least a few of them. Once you have read on about what causes wrinkles, the next step is to find a powerful at-home treatment like the Advanced Dermatology Anti Ageing Kit which is a simple at-home skin care regime catered to battling fine lines, tightening skin and plumping the appearance of sagging skin. It is the leading skin care line for achieving younger looking skin.

What Causes Wrinkles.

Wrinkles are caused by ultraviolet radiation which breaks down the skin’s connective tissue (collagen and elastin) and below are other reasons:

  • Age: Naturally, with age, our skin produces less collagen, elastin and natural oils that help keep skin luminous and firm.
  • Repeated facial expressions. Never stop smiling! But repeated facial expressions can cause lines to set-in when we become older and the skin can no longer bounce back.
  • Exposure to ultraviolet (UV) light: As mentioned, UV light is a huge factor to what causes wrinkles so it is very important to use SPF while in the sun, especially those who have fair skin or who are exposed to sunlight often.
  • Smoking: Smoking causes hard wrinkles and speeds the ageing process.
  • Genetics: Fairer-skinned women have less protection to UV light that causes wrinkles.

While you cannot prevent genetics, there are quite a few beauty hacks you can use to help prevent wrinkles. These are things you could be doing every day without even knowing it!

Not taking off Makeup. Wash your face every night to strip away the toxins and dirt from the day. Not taking off makeup can trap in oil and dirt which will break down collagen and elastin.

Pulling at your face while applying makeup. It may seem harmless to tug at your eyes to get a perfect winged eyeliner, but pulling at your skin is practically asking for wrinkles.

Not eating right. A healthy diet with few alcoholic drinks will keep your skin full of vitamins and minerals essential for healthy, youthful looking skin.

So now that you are more aware of what causes wrinkles, what can you do to treat them?

If you have tried my recommendation for Advanced Dermatology product line for treating ageing skin, the most powerful treatment for wrinkles they provide is the Sixty Minute Facelift. The Sixty Minute Facelift improves tone, texture and volume in just an hour without the expensive injections and high-end creams that don’t work. It helps your skin produce more collagen which will plump up the skin where it needs it most!

Wrinkles are natural and an inevitable part of the ageing process, but luckily it is possible to prevent them and purchase great products on the market to help treat them. Here is a recap:

  • Do not smoke
  • Use sunscreen with high SPF every time you are exposed to sunlight
  • Take off makeup every night
  • Do not stretch or pull at skin, especially around the eye area
  • Use an Anti-Ageing skin care regime

Jawline Acne

All You Need to Know about Jawline Acne

If you are suffering from jawline acne, there are ways to prevent and treat it if you have the desire to do so. Acne affects one out of every three people at some stage in their life, most commonly during teenage years but unfortunately can last well into adulthood. Pimples, blemishes, everything accumulating and causing acne is always embarrassing and very tricky to understand where it is coming from. Many factors can cause acne such as hormones, clogged pores, dirt, overproduced sebum and other reasons so it is tricky to find the perfect cure for acne.

How Jawline Acne Affects You

Maybe you are finding that you are breaking out in one certain area every time. Some people get acne in their T-zone, some get texture issues in their cheeks and a lot of people are affected by jawline acne. Big red bumps lining the chin and jaw can be uncomfortable, embarrassing and affect your self-esteem. Jawline acne is often worse than pimples in other areas because it can ruin the contour of your face. It draws the attention from your best feature such as your eyes and directs it straight to your chin and jaw area where the acne is.

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Quick Fixes for Jawline Acne

Acne is never easy to get rid of, but there are some quick and simple steps you can take to treat jawline acne.

  • If you wear a helmet or any type of hat with a chin strap, be sure to take it off occasionally to allow the skin to breathe. Wash the area after every use.
  • Use a mirror to visually check the area around the jaw, under the chin and neckline to make sure it remains clean and acne-free. Often time acne can appear because that area is easily neglected.
  • If you wear any dental appliance, daily or nightly, be sure it is properly applied and not rubbing on the jawline area causing stress to the skin and clogging pores.

Smoking and Acne

Many studies have shown that smoking can also cause jawline acne. The smoke around the mouth area clogs pores and causes blackheads and whiteheads to appear, leading to visibly noticeable acne.

How to Treat Jawline Acne

A powerful acne skin care product is needed in order to treat jawline acne after it has already appeared. The most powerful treatment for acne provided at Advanced Dermatology is the Elos Acne Treatment. No matter your skin type, it is an effective acne treatment that can help clear up your skin and bring the focus back to your face and away from the embarrassing acne. You can also try Advanced Dermatology’s at-home acne treatment “Without Surgery – Anti-Acne” if you have tried everything and need something that will work! At this point, it is very important to find a powerful and effective skincare line to begin healing the acne and clearing your skin.

Extra Step!

It is also important to take extra care cleaning the jawline, chin and neck because those areas are easily missed while washing your face. Wash with an acne-fighting cleanser and be mindful when you wash your face and shower so as to not miss these pertinent areas if you want to prevent and treat jawline acne. Don’t rub chin straps against your skin without cleansing afterward, make sure any dental work is properly fitted so as to not cause stress on the jaw, and don’t doze off at school or during a meeting with your chin in your hands, clogging up your pores and leading to breakouts!

Under Eye Wrinkles

Under Eye Wrinkles: Causes and Treatments

Under eye wrinkles are the first fine lines to begin appearing on your face and therefore are the most talked about type of wrinkles. It is important to know what causes under eye wrinkles and how to prevent and treat them. Under eye wrinkles can begin developing as early as your twenties! If you have seen them and thought “I’m too young to be getting wrinkles!” Then this could be the article for you. Or if you have developed wrinkles at the corners of your eyes and need to know how to treat them or prevent them, read on to find out more.

Why Do We Develop Under Eye Wrinkles First

The skin around our eye area is very thin, the thinnest area we have on our body in fact. Because of this, we need to take extra special care of the eye area. It needs extra moisture to remain radiant and extra care to remain firm and smooth.

We develop under eye wrinkles due to the following main factors: sun, smoke, skincare, sleep and squinting.

For the purpose of this article, I will call them the 5 S’s.

Sun:

The UV light from the sun is the major cause of wrinkles, no matter where on the face. The sun causes wrinkles around the eye area so it is very important to use SPF daily to prevent the UV light from damaging our skin.

Smoking:

Smoking also causes wrinkles which has been proven in many studies. Smoke causes free radicals in the skin and damages collagen and elastin which are essential to healthy, firm skin.

Essential Skin Care:

Skin care products help prevent wrinkles and keep the eye area smooth and moist as we age. It is important to have an excellent, powerful product from the early twenties on in order to prevent wrinkles.  The Advanced Dermatology Anti-Aging System is a prime example of a skin care line geared toward reducing wrinkles, firming the skin and revealing the youthful appearance you have been wanting. It is perfect for mature skin that has already begun developing wrinkles or for younger clientele who need to begin taking preventative measures. It is a simple 6-step system that includes a Youthful Boost Eye Cream which is ideal for those seeking help with under eye wrinkles. You can learn more about our Anti Aging System here.

Sleep can affect under eye wrinkles, too!

Sleep is another factor that could affect the appearance of fine lines in the eyes. Although there is not enough evidence to prove is causes wrinkles, sleeping on your stomach can put strain on your face for hours at a time while you are sleeping. These hours are spent tugging at your eye area which is extremely sensitive. That is why you can often wake up with “sleep lines” that can also turn into wrinkles. It is recommended to sleep on your back if you can, or on your side.

Squinting:

Yes, squinting causes wrinkles. It is not a common thought but if you can prevent yourself from squinting either by always having a pair of sunglasses with you while in the sun to avoid squinting, it can be extremely helpful.  

If by now you have already begun to see wrinkles, a great skin care tip is to use facial creams. Advanced Dermatology has a powerful product called The Sixty Minute Face Lift which can rejuvenate your skin without injections or surgery. It is excellent for under eye wrinkles but also perfect for wrinkles on the forehead, cheeks, jowls and anywhere else.

An honourable mention for preventing under eye wrinkles is to not tug at your eye area while applying makeup. Because the area is so sensitive, even some light tugging can cause premature wrinkles. But, in conclusion, the most important step is SPF and a powerful skin care line for preventing under eye wrinkles.

Retinol

How Retinol Works

Do you know what is in your skincare routine? Taking care of your skin isn’t just about buying the most expensive or popular items on the market, it’s about knowing what is best for your skin and which ingredients to use. Retinol is, in fact, becoming a very popular buzzword in the dermatology world of skincare but for good reason. It has a lot of great properties that help protect skin and help it look youthful and radiant. Retinol is one of a handful of ingredients that a person can look for in their skincare products if they want to actively work toward younger, fresher looking skin every day.

What is Retinol

It is essentially the molecule Vitamin A. It has a strong function to play in the skin: it can help skin cells behave and act as perfectly normal skin cells would before sun damage and ageing took its toll. So, retinol has anti-ageing properties and helps restore radiance and youth back into the skin cells. Not only does it help prevent further skin damage but it can almost reverse negative signs of sun damage, acne scarring and other skin damage that may have occurred throughout the years.

Retinol Skin Care Routine

As mentioned, many skin routines may carry this ingredient in their product due to the many benefits (as listed below). It is often found in over-the-counter products and is easily accessible. Prescriptions from dermatologists may have this ingredient listed as “retinoids” or “prescription retinol.” The issue with retinol is that it sometimes can be quite harsh on the skin.

Finding a multi-step skin care routine has been proven to work best. Retinol is one great example of anti-ageing skin care products but many skincare lines will have similarly acting ingredients. Advanced Dermatology Anti-Ageing System is one great example of a multi-step skincare line with active ingredients very similar to retinol. As mentioned, similar ingredients can be less harsh on the skin and more affordable. The Advanced Dermatology Anti-Ageing System has an exemplary 5-step system with a cleanser, Super Youth Serum, Day Cream, Anti-Wrinkle Night Treatment, Deep Cellular Regeneration Cream and an optional yet recommended eye cream.

Benefits of Retinol

This ingredient works with damaged and dead skin cells to better repair them and revive them. The main benefit it has is that it works with the skin instead of covering it. Buying products with retinol and similar cell-building ingredients dig deep down into the problem of damaged and dull skin and work to fix it. It is not just a cover up or quick fix.

It can stimulate collagen, regulate cell function and improve the overall condition of the skin. In everyday terms, this means plumper skin, brighter skin and reducing the appearance of damage like acne scars and sun damage. It can even help fill in wrinkles by plumping the cells.

How to Choose

A skincare line backed by science is always a good choice. Scientists have been able to understand how specific yet natural ingredients like retinol can be a game-changer in our everyday products. Our skin is our largest organ and needs special care. We all want younger looking skin and nowadays there are products that can actually give that to us. By using creams, serums, sunscreen and lotions, we can protect, soften and firm the skin little by little. The best pathway to younger skin for longer is by protecting it but sometimes we need products with more power. Retinol can do that for those people. It is important to test out products and see how your skin reacts to them before adding it to your daily regime.

What is aggravating your rosacea?

Your Guide to managing your Rosacea?

Rosacea is an inflammatory skin condition that results in redness in the form of flare-ups. Remission of rosacea is a wonderful time with beautiful skin but maintaining this decrease of this common condition can be difficult. Skin specialists still aren’t sure about the cause of rosacea but one of the most important tools for anyone suffering from rosacea is an ability to identify and understand your own personal triggers.

Below is a list of the most commonly recognised triggers from rosacea research experts and surveys from rosacea sufferers:

Sun exposure and warmer weather:

Rosacea and summer weather is a bad combination. Sun exposure is most commonly reported for activating symptoms of rosacea. Almost all people seeing a dermatologist for rosacea report a flare-up after spending time outside in the sun. It’s important to limit time in the sun, dress for the hot weather and use plenty of sunscreen. One survey saw more than 80% of patients diagnosed with rosacea reporting this as a common trigger.

Dairy Foods:

Of course, every person with rosacea reports different foods that increase the onset of the condition. Food journals often help pinpoint what is causing skin change but even that can be difficult to maintain. However, dermatologists have seen dairy products such as milk, cheese, yogurt and ice cream regularly reported with an outbreak.

Spicy food and hot soups:

It seems like it could be a rule of thumb that rosacea doesn’t like heat. Many people reported that eating these “hot” foods created a flare up in the form of intense face flushing. There have been reports of letting food cool to decrease the chance of a flare up.

Alcohol:

As little as one alcoholic beverage has been conveyed as causing a rosacea flare up. Generally speaking, a high percentage of people consider alcohol as an activator and more specifically, red wine can trigger an outbreak.

Stress:

Stress isn’t good for anyone’s skin but high levels of stress also increase the chance of an occurrence for rosacea patients. What’s more difficult is stress can cause rosacea flare-ups and then the flare-up causes more stress. It’s important to find stress-relieving activities and calming techniques to reduce the likelihood of an outbreak. One of our clients recommend a “yoga” breathing technique for when she flares up due to stress or public speaking.

Overheating:

Exercise is great but exercise also increases your body temperature, causes sweat and can increase the chance of an outbreak. It’s important to be aware of your body temperature while exercising and if you are outside, go during the cooler times of day (usually morning and evening) and in places that have shade if you’re outside.

Saunas and Hot tubs:

We’re back to the problem with heat. Saunas and hot tubs increase body temperature and the likelihood of an outbreak occurrence of rosacea.

Beauty Products and Hair Spray:

There is high variability of the contents and ingredients in beauty products and hair sprays and people will a variety of conditions can find them irritating. If you believe a beauty product, cleansing cream or hair product has triggered a flare up, it’s important to try a different product and possibly consult a dermatologist about the best choice of product for you.

If you have been diagnosed with rosacea, at least some of these triggers probably resonated with you. Keeping food diaries and documenting days with increased flare-ups can help you identify your own triggers. Once you’ve created your list of possible activators, share the list with your skin specialist to make a comprehensive skin care plan to decrease and avoid flare-ups of your rosacea.

The Best Ways to Treat Cellulite

From Lasers to Creams, What are the best treatments in dealing with the battle of Cellulite

Most of the women I know can spot the tiniest amount of cellulite the moment it appears on their body.  Cellulite is one of the most frustrating body conditions and combating it takes understanding the causes and factors attributed to cellulite and the various treatments available.  We’ve done the research and have the facts about LaserLipo PRO, Liposuction and other treatments promising to reduce the look of cellulite. Here’s what you need to know:

Understanding Cellulite

– Cellulite is not just caused by fat. Some of the fittest women I know are still plagued by cellulite because changing your diet and exercise are not enough to combat cellulite.

– Many of the factors causing cellulite are out of your control including: ageing, hormones, genetics and weight change.

– Some factors, such as weight gain (and loss) and diet, are not out of your control.

– Cellulite is normal fat coming into contact with tissue beneath the skin which makes the skin pucker into a cottage cheese looking portion of your skin.

– Cellulite is more common in women than in men.

– There are medical treatments with varying levels of success.  If you are considering to opt in for a cosmetic treatment to remove cellulite, some options you might want to look at include LaserLipo PRO a safe treatment which has been proven to work wonders in the fight against cellulite.

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Some ways which can help avoid Cellulite

Change in habits

Many people see improvement in their skin and a decrease of cellulite through diet and exercise.  Decreasing your intake of unhealthy, fatty foods and increasing your exercise can show improvement but because genetics and hormones play a role, diet and exercise might not completely diminish the appearance of cellulite.

Avoid fad dieting

Most people see an increase in cellulite when they gain and/or lose a significant amount of weight so high variability in weight and constant changes is likely to lead to more cellulite on your body.

Best Cellulite Treatments

LaserLipo PRO

LaserLipo PRO technology combines infrared light, bi-polar radio frequency energy and vacuum, which cause deep heating of the fat cells, their surrounding connective tissue and the underlying dermal collagen fibers. This type of efficient heating and vacuum stimulates the growth of new and better collagen and elastin which results in localized reduction in skin laxity, body volume, and an overall improvement in skin structure and texture.

What to expect from the LaserLipo PRO treatment:

  • Gradual smoothing of skin’s surface with a noticeable reduction in cellulite
  • Circumferential reduction, with noticeable reshaping of the treated area

Cellulaze

Cellulaze is a unique treatment using laser fiber to smooth bumps, release fibrous to combat the puckering and stimulate collagen production for a continuous look of smoothness.  The procedure takes about 1-2 hours but many beauty reporters are rating it as an incredibly effective procedure.  Cellulaze is touted as successfully targeting the problems under the skin causing cellulite and cellulaze patients reported continued improvement for up to a year after the treatment.

Liposuction

While there are people using liposuction to help with the appearance of cellulite, it’s not actually intended for this purpose.  Liposuction is actually for removing fat deeper below the skin and doctors warn that it can actually worsen the look of cellulite because the dramatic weight loss can cause the skin puckering.  There are people reporting receiving liposuction at the same time as a cellulaze procedure but that is not always recommended.

Creams

No matter what the advertisements claim, there is yet to be a topical treatment that truly battles cellulite.  The puckering on top of your skin is due to the tissue under the skin so topical treatment isn’t likely to improve the condition.

Considerations

Any procedure that includes injecting needles or removing fat will include some recovery time and is likely to be more expensive than, say, hitting the gym.  That said, the results for procedures like Cellulaze are extremely positive.  A quick conversation with your skin specialist will help decide if you are a candidate and if it is right for you.

Additionally, there are other procedures popping up in the market with a similar process and even more promising results. Advanced Dermatology has a LaserLipo Pro with less recovery time and includes enhancement of skin and slimming in the results of their procedure.

Most importantly, it’s your body you need to love so consider what’s right for you and always consult your skin specialist.

 

Article by Laura Wilson.

Immortal Cream

Immortal Cream: A Backward-Ticking Clock?

When it comes to ageing, most people agree to be intent on finding a way to stop it, or else slow it down; this is why products, such as immortal cream have become so popular these days.

Ageing: Why it Matters so Much

Ageing can be defined in simple terms by saying that it refers to the process of becoming older. Scientifically, ageing occurs when cells deteriorate through oxidation. Biologically, cell shrinking, translates into tissue decay, as well.

All body cells age, this is inevitable. But since skin cells are more visible than others, most people measure the process of ageing in terms of how their skin looks. This has given birth to the ever-growing market of anti-ageing products, particularly creams.

What is Immortal Cream?

Although most anti-ageing creams promise to do pretty much the same thing, not all have been made equal. For years, some products have claimed to slow down the natural process, while few have gone as far as to promise a reversal of the ageing mechanism.

It is a well-known fact that certain natural products are highly effective as main ingredients in many beauty products. In fact, some of them were used by many traditional cultures for centuries, before they made their way into the world of beauty.

However, few products seem to have had such impact on the anti-ageing market as the commotion caused by immortal cream. Advertised large and wide in many countries over the globe, this product lifts the ante when it comes to fighting cell deterioration: not only do they claim that the cream prevents the effects of ageing, but it also turns the process back, thus promising to rejuvenate the skin!

The Research behind the Product

Advocates of immortal cream will say that this knowledge is ready to revolutionise the anti-ageing market. But what is the research that supports this claim?

First off, let’s begin by explaining what Immortal Cream is about and how it works. A few years ago, a discovery came through that created quite a commotion in the scientific world. Apparently, a tiny jellyfish, known as Turritopsis dohrnii, had the seemingly amazing power of reversing the ageing process. Not only did this organism prove to develop from a polyp to a full-sized jellyfish –that would be standard- but reverse the cycle the other way round and eventually becoming a polyp again.

This death-defying trick triggered the curious in the world of science whose research lit the spark that ignited a whole new line of anti ageing products.

Stemming from the original jellyfish research, beauty marketers developed a peptide called Juvefoxo. Full of active ingredients, this ingredient is responsible of creating remarkable effects on human skin.

How Juvefoxo works

Research has shown this peptide to be effective in these areas:

  • Cell Rejuvenation
  • DNA Damage Reduction
  • Vital Code Preservation

Although apparently technical, this data is vital when it comes to choosing an anti-ageing product. Those who have been using Immortal Cream for some time can attest to its efficacy through significant and highly visible changes.

Among the most evident results, this peptide has been found to reverse the process of DNA damage. This is much more than just words; it has been scientifically proven. According to clinical trials, human cells recovered the characteristics of 10 years only 24 hours. This is measured by the presence of senescence, which is a biomarker of cell ageing. In all cases, the level of senescence had been dramatically diminished, thus marking a reversal in the natural ageing process.

To conclude, though the research behind the Juvefoxo peptide is showing promising results, we are unable to confirm whether or not consumers who using Immortal Cream regularly are seeing the same promising results.