Contouring is a common technique, is it combined with photo-rejuvenation, fractional rejuvenation?
Non-invasive facial rejuvenation procedures are gaining popularity in cosmetology practice. Fillers and / or fractional laser rejuvenation and photo rejuvenation BBL are the option of choice for most patients who want to improve the contour of the face and rejuvenate the skin without surgery. More than half of the patients who received filers repeat these procedures within a year. The market for such procedures is dynamically growing.
Soft tissue fillers such as hyaluronic acid (HA), calcium hydroxyapatite, and poly-L-lactic acid are used to correct facial volume and fill in wrinkles by direct injection into areas with a volume deficit and into “furrows”. Continue reading
Nails that peel and break – every woman has faced this problem.
An expensive manicure is unlikely to solve the problem of insufficient nail nutrition, since the nails need more significant help-nutrition from the inside. What is the reason?
Nails are made up of keratin, which requires proteins to synthesize. Thin nails can be the result of an unbalanced diet with a lack of protein in the food, following a diet, etc.
Fortunately, you can improve the health of your nails with Biotin, a Vitamin b used for decades to strengthen horses ‘ hooves. Continue reading
Depression and bad mood can shorten the length of telomeres, known as a marker of aging body cells.
However, adequate treatment for depression can reverse these processes, according to new research.
Large-scale research has shown that telomeres are shortened in patients with mood-lowering diseases. With adequate treatment of depression and other pathologies with reduced mood, it leads to the restoration of telomere length.
“In a study conducted in the Netherlands, we were able to study telomere length in 2,300 patients with and without depression. Our results showed that patients with active depression have a shorter telomere length than patients with stopped depression, ” Josine Verhoeven from the Department of psychiatry at VU University Medical Center, Amsterdam, the Netherlands, said in an interview. Continue reading