Botox vs Xeomin – What you need to know!

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Xeomin and Botox work the same way to paralyze muscles and smooth wrinkles. They share the identical active ingredient – botulinum toxin A. The difference is that Botox has an accompanying protein, but xeomin is naked. In the skin, all of the protein detaches from Botox within 1 minute of injection so there is no reason why the effect of xeomin should differ from Botox. Xeomin has proven effective in clinical trials. It is approved in Europe and the US ...

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Vitamin A – From Acne to Wrinkle Treatment

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Vitamin AVitamin A is required by the body for the development of strong teeth, tissues and healthy skin. Foods such as like whole-milk dairy products, liver, meats, and eggs are a rich source of Retinol, a type of vitamin A.
Retinoids which contain Vitamin A in topical forms are used in medications for skin care treatments. Retinoids are generally used to treat severe acne, reduce signs of photo aging and in wrinkle treatment.

Prescription Retinoids for Skin ...

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Facial Sculpting – Look Years Younger Without Surgery

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Want to look years younger without surgery?Well now you can! Traditional cosmetic procedures such as rhinoplasty, blepharoplasty, facelifts, and chin augmentations are no longer the only option for individuals who wish to enhance their outward appearance. These surgical procedures are now in competition with the latest innovations in injectable filler techniques. Products such as Radiesse, Botox, Juvederm, and Restylane allow a skilled physician such as Dr. Zander, to gently mold and sculpt the face, without painful surgery or downtime.

Facial fat ...

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Essentials of Growth Factors

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What are Growth Factors?

Growth Factors are a group of specialized proteins with many functions, the most important being the activation of cellular proliferation and differentiation—in other words, repair.

What are the benefits of Growth Factors?

Growth Factors have the ability to turn essential cellular activities “on” and “off”. They play a role in increasing cell functions, which include, cell division, blood vessel formation, and collagen and elastin production. The application of GF technology to skincare is helping to achieve a more youthful ...

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