PRP facelift

Botox, Lasers, Floppy Hats? How to Fight the Signs of Aging

If you’re like many people, reversing or slowing the signs of aging is a big concern. Yet, so many options exist today—natural treatments, surgery, minimally-invasive procedures and millions of skincare lines—how do you choose? Let us show you how! We share preventive measures to take NOW and review the top anti-aging treatments available today. AUTHOR Dr. Terri DeNeui, DNP, APRN, ACNP-BC CATEGORY Anti-Aging SOCIAL @EVEXIASMEDICAL What factors cause the skin to age, and how can I avoid them? Environmental factors (HELLO UV rays and free radicals!), unhealthy habits, genetics, hormone imbalance and ethnicity can all play a role in premature aging of the skin. Let’s take a closer look at these factors and how to limit their impact. PREVENTIVE SKIN ANTI-AGING TIPS PART 1: 1).

PRP Facelift? Tell Me More

You don’t have to love Halloween to have the PRP Facelift; you just need to want healthy, glowing skin! This groundbreaking treatment is quickly becoming a favorite of our clients looking to rejuvenate their face without surgery. In this post, we’ll go into what the PRP Facelift is, who can benefit from it, and the procedure we follow. Read on to learn more about this treatment! Regenerate and Restore This non-surgical facelift uses Hyaluronic acid (HA) fillers and PRP therapies to reverse the effects of aging on your face. Naturally, over time our skin loses elasticity and can cause some signs of aging, such as: Face appears collapsed or droopy. Skin texture becomes less smooth making you look tired or dull. Skin color becomes grayish due to lack of blood flow. If you’ve experienced any of these signs of aging, then the PRP Facelift may be just what you’re

Smoothing Out Those Wrinkles Using One’s Own Blood

For generations, well-meaning mothers, fathers and even grandparents have dispensed little nuggets of wisdom which are offered as a way to help a young person gain a little advantage over their contemporaries. One of these “bon mots” is a classic bit of self-help:  “you never get a second chance to make a good first impression.” This advice is even more relevant for adults than it is to children and, for better or worse, the part of the body which leads to many first impressions is the face. It suggests age, health, vitality, attractiveness and beauty. While this might seem to be superficial – everyone knows it’s what’s “inside” that makes a person special – the fact remains that a person’s face is the primary source of any first impression. So, what happens when one meets a new acquaintance and their face looks tired, gray and wrinkled? It may not be

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