Collagen is a big deal. Whether you worship organic, scientific, home-made, or doctor prescribed skin care, "collagen" has been a big buzzword for years. There is an entire industry devoted to this one special protein that includes creams, serums, masks, devices, massages, pills, drink powders, and so on. By why? And, more importantly, do they work? Let’s take a deep dive into whether our collagen obsession is well-placed and what actually works when our goal is to improve collagen for healthier, more youthful-looking skin.
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You may think it's your imagination but it's true - your skin is drier and more flaky during the winter, and there's no better solution than an enriching and invigorating sugar scrub. During the cold season, humidity levels drop outside, and heating systems on the inside also suck the moisture from your skin. But with the use of an all-over sugar scrub this season, your skin will return to a polished and hydrated finish. Here are all the reasons why you need to use a sugar scrub this winter.
The New Year is all about starting healthy resolutions! Get your skin in the best shape of your life this year.
Start with a productive GlyDerm glycolic acid skincare regimen and begin to gently exfoliate the surface of your skin to reveal your fresh complexion.
Winter is no longer coming—it's here. And with it comes a whole new set of skin issues. First, there's the blistering winds and super cold temperatures any time you're outside. Then you go to the office and the heat is so dry you might as well be in the desert. Sometimes even people with oily skin the rest of the year find themselves desperate for moisture come December through March.
With the holiday season upon us, most areas of the country will begin to experience colder weather and drier air. As snow begins to fall, many of us will be exposed to harsh weather either by participating in snow sports or just going about our daily lives in the snowier areas of the country. Heaters are being turned on everywhere we go; in our homes, our offices and our cars. What does this all mean? All of these factors (in some cases compounded by holiday celebrations which mean an increase in cocktails and a decrease in sleep) can equal dry winter skin.
Many people consider summer their favorite season of the year. The outdoor activities, the long days, the possible time off school or work and the sunshine all make a strong case for the "best season award". However, one of these summer-time perks can have a "dark side". Even though sunshine has many benefits including providing Vitamin D and lifting our spirits, too often, sun worshipers and sunscreen addicts alike end summer with dark spots of hyperpigmentation that have formed from sun exposure. Predisposition to these dark spots is genetic so not everyone will get them, even with sun exposure, but for those who are prone to them they can be a persistent and difficult issue to address.
We're all in search of the "secret" to slow down aging. One of the most powerful ways to put the brakes on wrinkles and sagging skin and protect the results you are achieving with all those great skincare products is not a secret at all. It's sunscreen. Some may cringe when they hear this news, estheticians and dermatologists experience this all the time hearing things like, "I'm just not someone who wears sunscreen", "I hate the way it feels" or "I don’t live in a sunny area so I don't need sunscreen, but I'm always sure to wear it when I go on vacation." The fact is we need sunscreen year-round, no matter the weather.
Korea has been dubbed the 'The New Skincare Super Power' but why? Why Korea??
Great skincare isn’t new to the Koreans - just relatively new to the US. Over the last 10 years, K Beauty - including skincare and makeup have become incredibly popular. Why have the Koreans taken over in the Aesthetic World?
Korean women have been taking care of their skin in exceptional ways for generations. Taking care of your skin is passed down from mother to daughter and the techniques are learned from an early age. Korean women have always been praised for their beautiful, luminescent skin. Because the world has become a smaller place thanks to the internet, the Koreans are exporting this magnificent part of their culture. Speaking of culture…
Pre-, during and post-pregnancy, women experience numerous hormonal and physical changes. These changes are often reflected in the skin, ranging from acne-type conditions, dry skin, rashes, stretch marks, and skin discolorations. Every mother and mother-to-be wants to look and feel good, but sometimes the body has a mind of its own, causing the skin to act out. The skin is a living, breathing reflection of the body within and it needs special and delicate care during pregnancy and post labor. One of GLOWBIOTICS MD's goal is to bring a mother’s skin back into balance so that it radiates health and beauty from the inside out.
The story of Supplamine®, the “secret sauce” of MEG 21 anti-aging, skin care products, is one of scientific surprise and dedication. A team of world-class research scientists worked diligently to find a treatment for diabetic kidney diseases. During the experimentation process, inspiration stuck. Could a key to stopping the signs of aging be hidden in the treatment of a disease that we had been studying for most of our professional lives?