A Non-Surgical approach to reduce fine lines and wrinkles.

The SX-3800 Facial Rejuvenation Micro-Current System uses the latest advancements in the patent pending Quad-Core ISOGEN Pico Technology to deliver the Micro, Nano and Pico signatures. This process communicates at the cellular level by resonating cells to match the body´s normal biological harmonics for facial rejuvenation.

Expected benefits are:

  • Improve facial and neck muscle tone

  • Lifted jowls and eyebrows

  • Reduction and elimination of fine lines and wrinkles

  • Improved facial circulation

  • Skin exfoliation

  • Lymphatic drainage

  • Product penetration

  • Improving sun damaged skin and skin pigmentation and much more

NeurotriS has become the respected leader in microcurrent technology with their new SX Series of professional facial and body sculpting systems, using a patented delivery system process. This process uses Specific Frequency Signatures that promises to return a more youthful appearance.

  • Refine NANO {deep fine line removal},

  • Refine PICO {superficial fine line removal},

  • Toning,

  • Face Lifting {sculpting},

  • Detoxification

Microcurrent is your healthy alternative to mainstream treatments like Botox, laser resurfacing, lipo and surgery. No other esthetic service can come close to these proven results!

A series of cumulative treatments will help visibly diminish the signs of time. Your Results: skin that is supple, smooth, glowing complexion and wrinkles vanish!  

 

 

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Why are Omega 3's so important for healthy skin?

Getting regular facials and using professional skin care products prescribed to by your Licensed Esthetician is a great start to having great skin. Having a healthy diet rich in Essential Fatty Acids from oily fish, nuts and leafy green vegetables and protein, both crucial nutrients needed to help stimulate the production of healthy skin.

Omega-3 and omega-6 fatty acids play an essential role in skin structure and appearance, as they are incorporated into cell membranes in the epidermis (the outermost layer of cells in the skin) and help to maintain the skin’s barrier function and prevent moisture loss (TEWL). Omega-3 and 6 also helps with protecting your skin from the sun and minimising collagen damage and omega-3 is also integral to the anti-ageing process.

Omega-3 fatty acids include:

  • Alpha-linolenic acid (ALA)

  • Eicosapentaenoic acid (EPA)

  • Docosahexaenoic acid (DHA)

ALA can be converted into EPA, however, this conversion does not occur in the skin. EPA is the workhorse of the omega-3 fatty acids and is incorporated into the cell membrane.

Essential fatty acids support skin health, improve nerve and vascular function, and act as antioxidants. The ERP and DHA content in Omega 3’s has strong anti-inflammatory properties and helps treat and prevent skin diseases like psoriasis, allergies and acne. Also helps to boosts immune system functioning, revitalise and rejuvenate the skin and decrease the melanin synthesis to improve and maintain proper skin tone and further help to make the skin look smooth, radiant, soft and flawless.

Whether your skin issue is wrinkles, redness, or something more serious, nourish your skin from the inside out with omega-3 fats, and your body will benefit in ways that are more than skin-deep as well. 

Nordic Naturals Complete Omega 3-6-9
Complete Omega-3.6.9 is a non-concentrated formula that blends EPA and DHA from cold water fish with GLA from borage oil. This omega-rich blend supports cardiovascular health, brain function, positive mood, as well as healthy joints, hair, skin, and nails.

 

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Can my diet be contributing to my acne?

The relationship between food and acne is a controversial one. But as an Acne Specialist I believe there is a total link between your diet and the condition of your skin.

An article in the scientific journal Skin Therapy Letter reported the results of a 27- study analysis - 21 observational studies and 6 clinical trials. Scientists found that cow’s milk intake increased acne prevalence and severity, and also found an association between a high-glycemic load diet and acne risk.

Do not rely on antibiotics, prescriptions, Accutane and skin care infomercials touting the latest in acne cures. Your acne issues are probably linked to foods you’re consuming.

 

Here is a list of foods to avoid:

 

Dairy - milk that we consume is produced by pregnant cows and contains high levels of hormones that can send oil glands into overdrive. Progesterone is an insulin-like growth factor (IGF-1) as well as compounds that the human body turns into dehydrotestosterone (DHT) are then passed on to the milk, which can aggravate acne. Organic Milk is just as bad.

 

Peanut Butter/Oils/Peanuts - Peanuts contain a hormone (androgen) that can make acne worse. Androgen hormones create more oil; more oil along with clogged pores is a problem for the acne-prone individual. If you love peanut butter, switch to unsalted almond butter – it doesn’t have the same effect as peanuts.

 

High Glycemic Foods – high insulin levels encourage an inflammatory response, in turn triggering the release of acne-promoting hormones.

 

Shellfish, Sea Veggies and Kelp - these ingredients contain very high amounts of the mineral iodine, but the body needs only trace amounts of the mineral. Iodine creates irritation within your skin and if you already have clogged or congested pores, it will accelerate the formation of an inflamed pimple in those who are acne-prone.

 

Caffeine - magnifies your body's stress response, boosting stress hormones that lead to acne. Cortisol, which works on the testosterone pathway can lead to acne break outs. Not to mention the milk and sugar added to your morning coffee.

 

Are you ready to clean out your pantry and fridge?

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