Two thousand years ago, Hippocrates (460-375 BC) declared, “Give me the power to create fever, and I shall cure any disease”. Fever is the body’s natural healing response, a powerful immune system booster whose value is unsurpassed by any treatment or drug that can be administered from the outside. During the fever, production of white blood cells, “the gangbusters of the immune system” increases, along with the rate of their release into bloodstream. There is a corresponding increase in the disease-fighting capacity of these blood cells causing the production of interferon and the speeding of antibodies. The value of sweat-inducing […]

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Permanent Hair Reduction, IPL Laser Technology (Intense Pulse Light) Treatments

PHOTOFACIALS for SKIN REJUVINATION What is Intense Pulsed Light (IPL)? Intense Pulsed Light technology is a treatment breakthrough that can correct a variety of benign skin conditions, such as facial skin imperfections, the signs of photo-aging, birthmarks, unwanted hair, unsightly small veins, and other blemishes. It offers a safe, non-invasive solution that can be tailored to your individual condition and skin type, providing superior cosmetic results and outstanding satisfaction. How is a photofacial (skin rejuvenation) performed? A cold gel is applied to the area to be treated, and dark glasses are worn to protect your eyes from the bright light. […]

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ABOUT THE SKIN – Anti-aging Skin Care & Esthetic Services

The skin is the largest organ in the body, comprising about 15% of the body weight. The total skin surface of an adult ranges from 12 to 20 square feet. In terms of chemical composition, the skin is about 70% water, 25% protein and 2% lipids. The remainder includes trace minerals, nucleic acids, glycosoaminoglycans, proteoglycans and numerous other chemicals. The skin consists of three main layers: epidermis, dermis and subcaneous tissue. Health, resilience and youthful appearance of the skin depend, among other things, on several key classes of biological molecules, the most important skin molecules are collagen, elastin, glycosoaminoglycans and […]

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