aging skin

HEV Light from Smart Phones May be Ruining Your Complexion

Electronic Devices: The HEV Culprit 46 – the number of times we look at our smart phones each day, according to a survey by Deloitte. And phones aren’t the only device we are glued to, either. We spend around 10 hours each day on our computers, smartphones and tablets, Nielsen Company audience reports. There has been much research about the damaging effects of the blue or high-energy visible (HEV) light emitted from these devices on our vision and sleep patterns. Now there is a small, but convincing, body of evidence suggesting that such exposure may also…

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Menopause, Wrinkles & HRT

Menopause represents enough problems, and accelerated skin aging is one of them. With menopause comes a decline in hormones—particularly estrogen—which induces increased wrinkling and dryness. While we don’t advocate the use of hormone replacement therapy for the treatment of skin aging, there’s significant anecdotal and clinical proof that the use of hormone replacement therapy significantly slows skin aging: hydration, elasticity, and thickness of skin all improve. After just six months, wrinkles are reduced and skin is firmer and tighter. Not only do people report improvement, but physicians observe the changes as well. In a study conducted…

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