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Celluma for Anti-Aging

Dermatology has created an array of treatments for aging skin — acid baths, dermabrasion, chemical peels, laser resurfacing, and facelift surgery. Except for the last one, all of these treatments are based on the systematic destruction of the skin so it can heal itself. All are invasive and involve significant downtime as well as discomfort. Read more…


Infrared Sauna and Your Wrinkled Skin

Dermatologist Suzan Obagi, writing for Scientific American, says that after the age of 20, you produce about one percent less collagen each year. Collagen, which supplies firmness, is one of three primary components of healthy, youthful skin. As the supply of it diminishes, skin becomes thinner and more fragile. The other primary components are elastin, Read more…


Can Photobiomodulation Make You Look Better?

Image: The photobiomodulation bed at Peak Recovery & Health Center. Colin Cook Your skin begins to show your age in your late 20s to early 30s. It may wrinkle, become discolored, or lose elasticity. Spider veins are also a sign of aging skin. Unlike most health conditions I write about in this blog, aging skin Read more…