How To Beat Dark Under-Eye Circles


At some point, everyone gets dark circles under their eyes. When you do, act quickly to identify the problem causing your circles, and solve it. Here are the usual suspects: Fatigue Fatigue is the exhaustion of various nervous and chemical systems in the body. It isn’t only caused by a lack of sleep, either; stress and anxiety can also wear out your adrenals and cause fatigue. When your body is fatigued, it cannot heal properly. The usual process of replacing old cells with new ones slows down. This leads to a temporary aging of your skin, causing it all to sag. The skin under your eyes, being so thin, sags the most, exposing the dark veins below. Fatigue is harder than you’d think to fix. You don’t just need more sleep. You need less stresses to the body, both when asleep and awake. Changes could include moderate exercise to induce…


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Firming Saggy Skin With Skintyte


Skintyte is an advanced laser treatment option for sagging skin. It is available through specific high-tech laser platforms, such as JOULE. It works by stimulating and reversing the processes that cause loose skin. Why Can Skin Become Loose? The tightness in skin is causes by a protein called collagen. Collagen molecules link with each other to form chains and lattices under the skin, creating a tight elastic underwear. However, collagen lattices can be deformed in a number of ways, decreasing its ability to pull skin taught. Most commonly, UV radiation from the sun deforms collagen molecules, causing chains to bend and snap. The aging process also weakens them, as new cells fail to replace collagen laid down by younger cells. Certain medications and drugs, like nicotine, constrict the flow of nutrients to the extracellular matrix that feeds collagen chains, causing links in the chain to die. Over time, everyone’s collagen…


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Are Chemical Peels Safe For Your Skin?


As with most cosmetic enhancements, the answer to whether chemical peels are safe for your skin is: yes, mostly. There are risks to your skin, but these risks are extremely low when you visit a trained dermatologist Chemical Peel Mechanism Strictly speaking, chemical peels do damage skin. However, they only damage the dying and aging upper layers, giving the young and beautiful lower layers a chance to grow. Done correctly, it will cause no permanent damage to the underlying structure of your skin. A chemical peel feels like a sunburn, and has similar initial effects. Despite this, it is much safer than a sunburn as it does not denature proteins in your cells. Side Effect and Risk Profile For several days after your peel, your dry upper skin will flake off. You may need bandages to protect the more sensitive areas. This is all to be expected and will be…


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7 Ways To Rejuvenate Your Hands


Your hands are often the first place to show aging. The skin on the back of your hands is very thin and generally is quite weak. In fact, it’s actually thinner and weaker than most of your face, except the sensitive skin under your eyes. Even worse, there is little fat under the skin, meaning that the bones and veins are very close to the surface. Collagen depletion, whether from aging or smoking, has an enormous effect on the hands, causing the thin skin to sag and expose the veins beneath. Hand skin is also heavily impacted by the sun and elements, causing early appearance of dark spots. If you’re not careful, your hands will not only show your age, but will make you look even older than you actually are. On the bright side, there are ways to bring your hands back from the brink. Here are our recommended…


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