Science Behind PDRN anti aging

PDRN Anti Aging
PDRN (Polydeoxyribonucleotide) Anti-aging DNA therapy that teaches your skin to be young again.   Skin ageing is inevitable. This starts as early as mid 20's. As we age, we suffer from deterioration in facial skin tone, elasticity, hydration, wrinkles, pores and scarring. This is why it is crucial to start early. With advanced technology these days, delaying ageing process is no longer challenging What is the difference between PDRN vs PN? Polynucleotides (PNs) refer to a broader...
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Next Generation Sunscreens

Next Generation Sunscreens
Next Generation Sunscreens UV light can severely damage the skin and cause premature aging. Photoaging can be characterized by visible wrinkles, hyperpigmentation and uneven pigmentation of the skin, coarseness, laxity, telangiectasias, lentigines, and atrophy. The UV rays blasting down from the sun do more than burn your skin. They attack you right down to your DNA. That's why there's such a strong link between sun exposure and skin cancer. If you could somehow repair the sun-damaged DNA in yo...
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Is the end near for Minoxidil era?

Hair loss
Is the end near for Minoxidil era? Medical treatment of Androgenic alopecia has been dominated by two drugs Minoxidil and Finasteride. Treatment with finasteride and minoxidil should be life-long as its interruption is followed by gradual hair loss, with return to the pre-treatment status within 1 year. Though Minoxidil and Finasteride are effective in only about 40% of the patients increasing concentration to achieve results can be disastrous. Minoxidil has compliance issues when used in higher...
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Science behind Vampire Face Lift

Science behind Vampire Face Lift In this anti-aging age, perhaps it’s unsurprising that vampires — ancient, but with forever-young skin — are a cultural obsession. Twilight books and films promoted the idea of living forever. Now a cosmetic treatment to fill in wrinkles or to plump up hollow cheeks is being marketed as a “vampire filler” or a “vampire face-lift.” Volume deficiency in areas of deeper folds, such as the nasolabial folds (NLFs), typically is treated with injectable dermal fil...
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Hand Rejuvenation- Tips and Tricks

Hand Rejuvenation
Hand Rejuvenation The hands, just like the face, are highly visible parts of the body. They age at a similar rate and demonstrate comparable changes with time, sun damage, and smoking. Just like in the face, volume loss in the hands is a common indicator of age. Both intrinsic and extrinsic factors infuence aging of the hands. The epidermis of  the skin thins; lentigines, dyschromia, and textural roughness appear; and seborrheic  and/or actinic keratosis may develop. The quantity and qua...
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Topical Botox Current Evidence

Topical Botox Current Evidence Originally approved for the treatment of eye muscle disorders like blepharospasm and strabismus, Botox has become an increasingly popular cosmetic procedure. According to the American Society of Plastic Surgeons (ASPS), botox injections were the single most popular minimally invasive cosmetic procedure performed in the United States in 2015. The ASPS report found that 7.3 million injections were given in 2015, up 3% from the year prior. The problem Although cosm...
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Dimple creation Tips and tricks

Dimple creation
Dimple creation Tips and tricks Dimples have always been seen as a beauty symbol which is very attractive to all. Dimples tend to accentuate a smile, thus increasing the perception of attractiveness, sociability, and facial beauty. This is a characteristic inherited in an autosomal dominant fashion; the cleft chin dimple is on chromosome 5 and cheek dimples are on chromosome 16, with variable penetrance. Dimples can be transient or permanent, depending on the cause or factor responsible for ...
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Botox For Scars and Keloids Current evidence

Botox keloid
Botox For Scars and Keloids Facial scar management is considered one of the difficult problems that cosmetic surgeons face. Several factors act to influence the final outcome of their management. The unique character of facial expression muscles which attach themselves to the dermis put the scar under continuous stress during the healing phase with subsequent complicated wound healing. The  role of Botulinum  toxin A  in  induction of facial muscle weakness is now well recognized in facial aest...
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Lip Rejuvenation- Tips and tricks

Lip Rejuvenation
Lip Rejuvenation Lips are a central part of facial aesthetics due to their color, surface texture, and shape. Well defined and full lips represent attractiveness and beauty. Loss of volume and elasticity of subcutaneous soft tissue, retraction of lip red, bone resorption, loss of teeth, smoking, and ultraviolet exposure contribute to perioral aging and loss of attractiveness. Furthermore, lips are exposed to irritants and environmental factors that challenge the barrier function of their th...
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Non Surgical Brow Lift- Tips and tricks

Non Surgical Brow lift
Non Surgical Brow Lift Over time, factors such as our lifestyle, environment, and even genetic makeup contribute to the development of various signs of aging on the brow and forehead. Some of the most common of these aging symptoms include wrinkles and creases on the forehead, furrows between the eyebrows, drooping of the brow and upper eyelids, and loss of the brow’s natural arch. Luckily, brow lift (also known as forehead lift) can often be a great solution for minimizing these aesthetic ...
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PDO Thread Lift- Tips and Tricks Part 1

PDO Thread Lift
PDO Thread Lift There is a growing trend nowadays for patients to seek the least invasive treatments possible with less risk of complications and downtime to correct rhytides and ptosis characteristic of aging. Nonsurgical face and neck rejuvenation has been attempted with various types of interventions. Suture suspension of the face, although not a new idea, has gained prominence with the advent of the so called ‘‘lunch-time’’ face-lift. Surgical lifting with excision of excessive skin has bee...
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Injection lipolysis in subcutaneous lipoma- Tips and tricks

Injection lipolysis in subcutaneous lipoma
Injection lipolysis in subcutaneous Lipoma- Tips and tricks A lipoma is a benign tumor composed of adipose tissue (body fat). It is the most common benign form of soft tissue tumor. Lipomas are soft to the touch, usually movable, and are generally painless. The patient presents to physician for removal of lipoma for cosmetic reasons. Surgical excision and Liposuction are two most common methods of treatment of lipomas in accessible areas. Surgical excision though preferred leaves a scar and ...
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Non Surgical Rhinoplasty- Tips and tricks

Non Surgical Rhinoplasty
Nonsurgical Rhinoplasty or Medical  Rhinoplasty   Unlike many other facial plastic surgery procedures, there are few non-surgical alternatives to rhinoplasty surgery. The only way to make permanent nose shape changes is to alter the underlying bone and cartilage framework. Such alterations ultimately get reflected on the outside as the nasal skin adapts. The search for a less invasive way to change the shape of one’s nose has only more recently been possible through the use of injectabl...
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