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            [post_content] => When the external is supported by the internal, your results can be dramatic!

Supplements can be used to compiment the overall skin care golas.

Some of the main supplements that I would recommend, would be HA's, Vitamin A, Collagen Peptides, Biotin, and Vitamin C

Lets start with the HA's Hyaluronic Acid,  HA exists in our skin and joints, and is a key factor for skin hydration!

Biotin is a great supplement for your skin, hair , and nails. It strengthens.

Collegen is the super supplement which increases the bodies own collagen and elastin production which approves the overall skin appearance.

Vitamin C is great because it boosts the immune system, hydrates the skin,  and helps to get rid of free radical damage.
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            [post_content] => Here are some big ingredients to look for when you are shopping for skin care! Check us out on www.remi-d.com

ALGAE PEPTIDES: Moisturizing complex from sea algae. This nutrient enriched extract contains the amino acid Hydroxyproline, the building block of collagen. Application of Algae Peptides makes skin grow its own collagen at a faster rate.

 

ALLATONIN Allantoin is a natural soothing, anti-irritant, and skin protectant that increases the water content of the extracellular matrix which provides structural support to cells and is an important part of connective tissue. Allantoin also increases the smoothness of the skin; promotes cell replication; and promotes the healing of wounds, burns, and scars. It is added to skin care products for its moisturizing effect as well as its ability to cause the outer layer of dead skin cells to loosen and shed.

 

ALOE: A rich emollient containing hundreds of enzymes and vitamins. Known to promote healing of skin due to its effective cellular renewal properties.

 

ALPHA LIPOLIC ACID: 400 times the strength of vitamin C, the particle of this anti-oxidant is small enough to penetrate to the mitochondria of the cell. Protecting the inside of the cell where the cell’s energy is produced.

 

ALPHA ARBUTIN- Arbutin a glycosylated Hydroquinone extracted from bearberry plant. It inhibits tyroniese and thus prevents the formation of melanin. Arbutin is therefore used as a skin-lightening agent.

 

ARGIRELINE: A hexapeptide that reduces the depth of wrinkles caused by facial expression, especially around the eyes and across the forehead.

 

ARNICA: An anti-bacterial ingredient that is renowned for its anti-inflammatory properties.

 

BISABOLOL It has been used for hundreds of years because of its perceived skin healing properties. Bisabolol is known to have anti-irritant, anti-inflammatory and anti-microbial properties. Bisabolol is also demonstrated to enhance the percutaneous absorption of certain molecules.

 

CARNOSINE there are many great qualities of Carnosine,  When is comes to clinical skin care Carnosine stabilizes and protects cell membranes, helping to protect the cells from harmful free radicals. Carnosine also protects healthy cells from radiation damage.

 

COLHIBIN: Derived from rice protein, this unique ingredient prevents collagen breakdown, delaying aging of skin.

 

CERAMIDES a family of lipid molecules. A ceramide is composed of sphingosine and a fatty acid. Ceramides are found in high concentrations within the cell membrane of cells.Ceramides greatly improve the skins ability to retain moisture.

 

COPPER: Stimulated enzymes to help build new elastin and collagen. Also aids in the production of Keratin in the epidermis, which leads to improved texture of the skin.

 

CHAMOMILE chamomile contains flavonoid and essential oils that possess significant anti-inflammatory and anti-allergy activity it is used in skin care products as an emollient while providing anti-inflammatory benefits.
CITRIC ACID Citric acid is an alpha hydroxy acid and used as an active ingredient in chemical peels.

 

CUCUMBER FRUIT EXTRACT This extract has been cultivated in Western Asia for over 3,000 years, and is widely used in skin care for its skin conditioning properties and as an emollient.

 

DMAE (Dimethylaminoethanol): Topical agent that can help firm sagging skin when applied by thickening muscle mass.

 

ELHIBIN: Soy protein that prevents elastin breakdown. Topical application is shown to improve elasticity of skin.

 

GLYCOLIC ACID: Exfoliator that removes dead cell surface, clearing away debris that accentuates fine lines and wrinkles. Glycolic Acid will also minimize the appearance of pores.

 

GREEN TEA EXTRACT: Anti-oxidant that helps protect cells against free radical damage. Many studies have shown that Green Tea Extract has been shown to prevent melanoma.

 

GINGER OIL Ginger is detoxifying and stimulates the circulation. The improved circulation delivers more oxygen and nutrients to the skin which improves its appearance. Antioxidant ginger also prevents damage from free radicals. Ginger will also improve the elasticity of the skin so it appears more firm and youthful.

 

HYALURONIC ACID: Collagen and elastin supporter, this is a natural component of the skin. Hyaluronic Acid has the ability to hold 1000 times its weight in water, it will help skin maintain necessary moisture levels.

 

HYDROQUINONE Hydroquinone is the standard ingredient for skin lightening treatments. It is considered one of the most effective treatments for hyperpigmentation, including age spots, melasma, sun damage and other discolorations

 

JOJOBA SEED OIL Jojoba (pronounced ho-HO-ba) is a botanical extract of the seed of the jojoba tree (Simmondsia chinenis). This seed oil is the most similar to human skin oil (sebum) we can get. It is theorized that applying jojoba to the skin can “trick” the skin into thinking it is producing enough oil, thus balancing oil production. Jojoba oil is non-comedogenic

 

KOJIC ACID Kojic acid is a derivative of Japanese fungi that is mainly used skin whitening agents, kojic acid is a safe, non-toxic agent that prevents pigment coloration, due to environmental exposure.

 

LACTIC ACID: An exfoliator that helps reduce wrinkles by speeding cell turn over. By using Lactic Acid in our products new collagen and elastin will be stimulated increasing skin firmness and will leave the skin more vibrant and also improving overall texture.

 

LAVENDER OIL: A natural astringent that has anti-bacterial properties and will reduce inflammation and facial redness, this is a great ingredient for those suffering from Rosacea.

 

L-ASCORBIC ACID- The most potent form of Vitamin C.

 

MAGNESIUM ASPARATATE: Will help to re-mineralize and soothe the skin.

 

MALIC ACID protects skin from damaging free radicals.

 

MACADEMIA SEED OIL A high palmitoleic acid content makes macadamia nut oil very moisturizing. This acid is an antioxidant, which protects skin from drying out and thus prevents wrinkles and blemishes. macadamia nut oil is extracted and refined for a variety of commercial uses, mostly due to the moisture-retaining properties and acids.

 

PANTHENOL: A vitamin B Complex Factor. When Panthenol is applied it is converted to antithetic acid, which then becomes an important part of the compound Coenzyme A, which is important in cellular metabolism.

 

POLYPHENOLS and CAFFEIN: have been shown to block the formation of skin cancers.

 

RETINOL: Topical vitamin A, it is shown to increase cell turnover so dull surface cells are shed more quickly. Retinol thickens the epidermis, improves skin texture and elasticity and evens out skin tone.

 

SYN-AKE This synthetic Tripeptide mimics the effect of Waglerin-1. Which is a protein found in the venom of the Temple Viper (Tropidolaemus wagleri). It is shown to reduce wrinkles by relaxing muscle movement almost like botox.

 

SALACYLIC ACID Salicylic acid (sal acid) is a beta-hydroxy acid. The main reason sal acid is used for acne is because it is a ‘keratolytic.’ This means it breaks down and exfoliates dead skin cells. Sal acid is particularly good for the blocked pore (comedonal) type of acne because it penetrates the hair follicle and helps keep the pores from getting clogged.

 

TITANIUM DIOXIDE can scatter a broad spectrum of UV before it can enter the skin, blocking over 90% of the wrinkle causing UVA rays.

 

TYROSTAT:  is the most effective natural “bleaching” agent. It is an extract of Rumax, a northern Canadian shrub.

 

VITAMIN E- Vitamin E is beneficial because of its antioxidant activity, it is vital in protecting skin cells from ultra violet light, pollution, other elements that produce cell damaging free radicals.

 

VITAMIN B This ingredient is widely know for its ability to help the skin retain moisture and maintain a healthy glow. This ingredient is widely used in products for sensitive skin types.

 

VITAMIN C Vitamin C is widely known as the ingredient for the repair of sun damage. Vitamin C is amazing because of its ability to enhance the synthesis of collagen: a critically important skin protein that strengthens structural support and resilience of the skin. Vitamin C is also an extremely effective Antioxidant, which are a critical natural defense against “free radicals,” unstable molecules that age the skin

 

VITAMIN A See Retinol… 

 

WITCH HAZEL  is an extract from the leaves and bark of the North American shrub Hamamelis virginiana. Which Hazel is a potent natural astringent, it is also used as a moisturizer because it improves hydration of the stratum corneum, or outer skin layer, to reduce water loss from skin and to maintain skin softness and elasticity.

 

YUCCA VERA EXTRACT Yucca was considered of great value to the Southwestern American Indians who used it to treat skin disorders, skin disruptions and disease. It was used in salves and poultices for sores and inflammation. It has long been used as a treatment to purify the blood and as an antibacterial, anti-fungal ointment.

 

ZINK OXIDE: This ingredient is beneficial for the reduction of facial redness.

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] => It is said that the best time to put a topical skin care product on your skin is around 9pm, because that is when the skin is the most receptive, and the DNA Repair is boosted.  The best tricks in evening skin care is to remove , rinse, and repeat. What this means is you should wash your face twice at night , this is an absolute necessity in today's world because of the constant pollution, the atmosphere, and free radicals. if you wear makeup, many people opt to use a makeup remover followed by a deep pore cleanser .  Using an exfoliating cream or toner is sure to get you the glow you are looking for, we recommend exfoliating at least 3 times per week if you are sensitive, and more if you have normal skin. this is going to help get all the dead skin cells from your skin, letting your topicals penetrate even farther.

 

 
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            [post_content] => When someone is pregnant the body produces progerterone, which stimulates the oil producing sebaceous glands in the skin and as well the sweat producing glands. When we have sweat and oil one of 2 things can happen, and its important to remember that every pregnancy is mutually exclusive.  If we have sweat and oil , this is extremely beneficial to dry skin because it lubricates and can give you that "pregnancy glow" that everyone is always talking about. However, the other instance is a build up of sweat and oil which can become a breeding ground for bacteria which will trigger an acne breakouts.  Hormone fluctuations during pregnancy can help to clear up acne in women, where for others it can worsen their conditions. It is important to remember that we should be using products that are safe during pregnancy like these products which are made specifically for women who are pregnant or breast feeding. Stick to your home regimen, by cleansing, exfoliating , and moisturizing.. Feel free to use and organic moisturizing mask weekly for an extra glow.
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This just in from Allure Magazine
Check out www.remi-d.com for the latest in Skin Care, and check out this awesome Wrinkle Relaxing Venom 
There's a new way to freeze your face. Currently dubbed RT002, the new type of neuromodulator — a wrinkle-busting class of treatments you might recognize by the brand names Botox, Xeomin, or Dysport — is making waves in the world of injectables. If approved by the Food and Drug Administration, it will be the first injection of its kind to last six months — and dermatologists are psyched.
"As a doctor, I love having more options and being able to choose the right products for the right patient in the right concentration and formulation," Doris Day, a dermatologist in New York City and author of Beyond Beautiful, tells Allure. Developed by biotechnology company Revance, the daxibotulinumtoxinA injection just wrapped two clinical trials where it was shown to successfully treat moderate to severe glabellar lines (a.k.a. the furrow lines you get between your brows).
"I'm really excited at the data," says Day, who was not involved with the implementation of the trial but did review the full data set with the scientists who were. "These were two clinical trials that were six months in duration and they had very consistent results from one to the other. I'm really impressed.
SO, HOW DOES THE NEXT-GENERATION INJECTABLE COMPARE TO WHAT'S CURRENTLY ON THE MARKET? "THERE ARE SEVERAL DIFFERENT BRANDS OF BOTULINUM TOXIN ON THE MARKET RIGHT NOW AND EACH HAVE SLIGHTLY DIFFERENT DIFFUSION PROPERTIES AND TIME TO START WORKING,"
Joshua Zeichner, DIRECTOR OF COSMETIC AND CLINICAL RESEARCH IN DERMATOLOGY AT MOUNT SINAI HOSPITAL IN NEW YORK CITY, TELLS ALLURE. "GENERALLY SPEAKING, THE EFFECTS ALL OF THESE PRODUCTS LAST SOMEWHERE BETWEEN THREE AND FIVE MONTHS."
That not only means more frequent visits to the dermatologist, but more cash coming out of your wallet. "RT002 would be the first long-acting neuromodulator, with effects lasting an average of six months," Jessica Wu, a Los Angeles-based dermatologist, tells Allure. "This means that patients would only need to get treatments for their frown lines twice a year, as compared to three to four times a year with the currently available products."
There is a downside to the improved staying power. "Greater duration is wonderful when you are pleased with the results," says Wu. "However, this also means that it will take longer for less-than-optimal results to wear off — for example, if you get a droopy eyelid or uneven eyebrows."
This makes it "even more critically important to see someone who knows how to inject and who understands anatomy," adds Day. "It's like saying because Picasso was an oil painter, you can just go buy oil paints and paint a Picasso. It doesn't work that way," Day explains. "It becomes even more important to have trained aesthetic physicians, who are trained both in anatomy and injections, but also trained in this product."
Another major differentiator is that RT002, unlike the injectables currently on the market, contains no human or animal based components, which Revance says "carry a potential risk of transmitting pathogens." This is important because, as Wu says, RT002 may appeal to those who want to avoid products with human or animal components. So far, the findings of the trials haven't found any added risks of using RT002.
In addition to the aesthetics, the next-gen neuromodulator is also being tested for therapeutic uses. "Currently, RT002 is in clinical development for the treatment of plantar fasciitis, a chronic, stabbing heel pain that is common in runners; and for the treatment of cervical dystonia, a painful spasmodic condition in which the neck muscles contract involuntarily, causing the head to turn or twist uncontrollably," a spokesperson for Revance tells Allure. The company is committed to bringing as many therapeutic uses of the injection to market as possible.
For both aesthetic and therapeutic uses, RT002 is still in the testing phase — it will be a few years before it's approved for commercial use and we don't know for sure how much it will cost. "It is unclear whether it will actually save patients money," says Zeichner. "However, it certainly will save visits to the office."
So far, the data points to game changer status — for your frown lines at the very least. "We will need to be very careful when treating areas that require very small doses, such as the lips, chin, and other areas of the lower face," cautions Wu. You'll also have to be extra careful of the doses docs use — with the longer-lasting formula, it might be easier to end up with that unintentional frozen look, she adds.
"Many of my patients have told me that they 'wish Botox lasted longer,' so I’m sure I will have a waiting list when RT002 is close to being FDA-approved," says Wu. "However, as with any new product, I will be very careful when I start treating patients, since what we see in real life doesn't always match what was seen in the clinical trial."
source: https://www.allure.com/story/rt002-neuromodulator-injectable
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