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            [post_content] => Now that summer is over, many of my clients are seeing the effects that the summer had on their skin. We are a miami based company so we truly see what the sun can do to your skin. Mainly the sun creates hyper pigmented discolorations and wrinkles due to collagen loss, and dehydration.  A lot of sun damage is irreversible there are some things that you can do to help.

Use Skin care with Antioxidants ! Here is a great product (one of our best sellers) Antioxidants help to remove free radicals from the skin which will prevent further damage, but it can also help with improving your skins texture.  You should also look for products that have Retinoids , the product listed above also has this ingredient. Its widely used to increase collagen production which is greatly improve fine lines and wrinkles.  If you are looking to treat the sun spots, try using products with Alpha Arbutin or Hydroquinone.  Check out these great skin lighteners here   Extracted from the dwarf shrub Bearberry, Alpha Arbutin is a safe and extremely effective whitening ingredient. In fact it’s so safe and effective that it’s been shown to outperform Hydroquinone and Kojic Acid. Try chemical peels to help shed the top layer of skin, this will help with a dull lackluster skin tone, and give you that glow you deserve. For a more medical approach there is the options of Lasers, Intense Pulsed Light, & Radio Frequency.  Lasers can target brown and red spots, enlarged pores, wrinkles, and texture . Some laser require more down time then others but the results are fabulous .

 
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            [post_content] => Rosacea Relief. What are the best treatment options

There are over 16 million americans living with rosacea making this is an important topic and I get asked questions all the time about what can be done.
Rosacea is an inflammatory condition that affects for the most part people with fair skin. Symptoms show as red or pink facial skin, red bumps, cysts, and flushing skin.
Some of those affected with rosacea may require a prescription to deal with their rosacea others may be fine with changing their diet and some of these helpful treatment options.
Cooling your skin can help; during a flair up try a cold pack to reduce the redness,. I have also heard that you can use green tea bags because this is a natural antioxidant and anti-inflammatory. Products containing chamomile will also help with symptoms.
Rosacea care products, there are many products that you can use that help with inflammation, and natural botanical ingredients. Check out these great products here designed for those who have the most sensitive skin.
Prescription drugs are available if you want to take that route
Intense Pulsed Light (IPL) there are treatments such as the photo facial that have had incredible results with Rosacea, and most medspas carry this type of equipment
What are some of the triggers for rosacea? It is said that some of the most common rosacea triggers are sun exposure, alcohol, emotional stress, extreme hot or cold weather, wind, spicy foods, exercise, hot baths, and aggressive skin care products.
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            [post_content] => Growth Factors, what is the hype all about?

We have seen many products come to market that advertise “growth Factors” these can be either derived from animals or plants. Others just use “signaling” ingredients which are typically just peptides that signal the cells in a similar manner to actual growth factors. The end goal however is usually always the same and that is to combat skin aging.
Our skin contains many different types of growth factors which bind to receptors and its basically like a key opening a lock. The locks make something grow. To stimulate the skin, formulators began adding growth factors to skin care in hopes of unlocking these receptors in aging skin in hopes that it will make more of the things that it needs to stay healthy.
when the body is working at optimal levels growth factors in the skin signal the fibroblasts to make collage and elastin, as we age our growth factors decrease so in an effort to slow this process formulators are adding the growth factors right into the cosmeceuticals. and the results have been excellent.
Check out this amazing product and the ingredients:
The Collagen Growth Factor Serum from REMI-D Clinical Skin Care

Here are the active ingredients:

AHNFELTIOPSIS CONCINNA EXTRACT (APT-GPF):  Increases cellular turnover, skin firmness, elasticity, hydration, and superior skin smoothing properties.
Lipobelle Soyaglycone (Liposomal Genistein):  Increases biosynthesis of Collagen IV which is essential for the structural integrity and function of the basement membrane (Stratum Basale). Increases collagen growth over 50% and skin thickness by 20%.  Binds to estrogen receptors which then active collagen synthesis.  Inhibits Tyrosinase Kinase, the principle transcription factor involved in the breakdown of collagen.
Superox-C:  An amazing ingredient that not only stimulates collagen growth but also stimulates the growth of Hyaluronic Acid by 59% and Syndecan by 90%, which strengthens the skin matrix.
(PDDH):  A tripeptide, stimulates proteins Laminin V, Collagens IV, VII and XVII and Integrin.  These proteins play a vital role in the connecting and maintaining of the structure of the dermis and the epidermis of the skin to produce amazing visible results.
Hematite:  A mineral that stimulates collagen synthesis, the proteins that comprise our connective tissue, to tone and strengthen skin, resulting in a younger looking complexion.
Moringa Oleifera Seed Oil:  Powerful anti-oxidant.
Palmitoy Tripeptide-5:  Bio-active peptide, enhances collagen growth.   This also overrides the effects of Matrix Metalloproteinase Enzymes (MMP) that contribute to skin aging.
Sodium Hyaluronate:  A smaller sized molecule of Hyaluronic Acid, which is rapidly absorbed deep within your skin to hydrate.  Resulting in smoother, softer skin and a decrease of fine lines and wrinkles and an over-all appearance of fullness to your skin.
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            [post_content] => How can I save my skin? Strategies for healthier skin.
Lets talk skin complexion. everyone wants to have that perfect skin and glow right? the truth of the matter is that you can’t exspect perfect skin without putting in the work because the reality is that medical spa treatments can only do so much for a person that burns the candle from both ends ( tanning, drinking, smoking, poor diet, etc)! We need to talk about a wide range of skin supporting lifestyle choices you can use if you want to get that perfect skin and the "glow"!
1. Drink Water! The skin is our largest organ and one of the most valuable things we can do to not look weathered is drink water. It is suggested that men and women should drink between 9-13 cups of water a day, its important to note that this is also dependent on many conditions such as sweating, excessive drinking, smoking, etc. So in these instances we would want to be drinking more water. When we are dehydrated our organs have a very hard time working efficently. Dehydration affects the natural detoxification of the skin. So drink up!
2. Protect your skin! Everyone loves to look sun kissed, however this is arguably the worst thing you can do for your skin. exposure is primarily the biggest negative when it comes to pre-mature skin aging. What does the sun do to your skin? First of all it contributes to the break down of collagen which will give your lines and wrinkles, but it also causes hyper pigmentation and malasma, which are discolorations many people call sun spots, which are next to impossible to remove. If you are going to be in the sun its important to wear a true sunblock which blocks UVA and UVB Rays. Products with ingredients such as Zinc, and Titanium work best! Check out these great sunblocks.
Protect the skin your in!
3. Cleanse! It is said that at least 92 percent of the population lives with substandard air. environmental pollutants such as carbon monoxide, nitrogen dioxide, and smog. These can be the root cause of premature skin aging, pigmentation , and acne. What can we do? Its important to wash your skin at least twice a day. If you don’t wash your skin at night, its hard for your skin to repair itself as it has to deal with all the pollution that is on it from the day. You should wear a Antioxidant Cream, something that will help destroy the free radicals on your skin! Here is a great one. You can also wear a barrier cream such as a sunblock which will help to protect you from pollution. Check out these great cleansers and match them to your skin.
4.Balance your diet! Eating right is one of the easiest things you can do for your skin, taking in foods that are high in protein will help your body to support your collagen, elastin and other fibers that make the skin look healthy, and firm. Fish can help get you the omega essential fatty acids which help with the skins cells. Foods that are a natural anti-inflammatory are great to beat that flush!
Here are some other quick food tips. Carrots & Sweet potatoes (vitamin a), citris and broccoli (vitamin c), nuts and olives (vitamin e) .
5. Sleep! The expression "Get your beauty rest" is actually incredibly important.  It really important to give your skin and body that chance to repair which happens when your sleeping. Lack of sleep causes puffiness inflammation, weathered looking skin. Last time I checked I had not met anyone who wanted dark circles under their eyes.
6. Work out ! physical activity can do wonders for your complexion. When we work out we have increased blood flow which delivers vital nutrients and oxygen to the skin cells. that being said we can slow down skin aging by simply working out.

Got questions ? just ask
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            [post_content] => I wanted to talk with you today about how inflammation affects the skin

Inflammation is a response by the body to a real or perceived threat.  we need the inflammatory response because its the only way for healing to occur, however over time inflammation of the skin can cause cells to lose water and dehydrate the skin.

Some of the common causes of skin inflammation are sun exposure, stress, environment, diet, or even lack of sleep. 

So how does this show up for us? It can come in the form of rosacea, rashes, eczema, psoriasis, acne, or wrinkles. 

Inflammation is one of the most powerful aggressors to accelerate aging!

Inflammation has the power to show us when we are not getting enough sleep, when we are consuming too much alcohol or sugar, when are eating a poor diet, and the list goes on and on. The Longer you let these go on for the more serious the consequences will be.  

Did you know that over 90 percent of the earths populations lives with substandard air quality and pollution? these are aggressors that we can not control. There are steps you can take though to protect yourself from poor air quality and pollution, and that is to wear your sunblock!  We can also use skin care that is rich in botanicals or antioxidants. 

Lets Talk Diet !

Food that are naturally anti-inflammatory:

Leafy Greens

Cruciferous Vegetables Like broccoli and brussels sprouts

Whole grains 

Red and blue colored fruits 

cold water fish ( salmon, tuna, mackerel etc. )

Foods that are pro-inflammatory:

Meats like beef and pork

processed foods

eggplants and tomatoes 

citrus and dairy

pickled foods

fermented foods

sugars

taking small steps in your skin care routine and diet can have extremely beneficial outcomes. 

lastly its important to exercise because if you live and active and healthy lifestyle you are 15% less likely to have chronic inflammation! 
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