OxyPod Technology- Maximizing Effectiveness of Active Ingredients

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Taking care of our skin shouldn’t feel like a chore. With the thousands of skincare recommendations and choices, it can be overwhelming to understand what our skin really needs. So, this is where science-based, revolutionary skincare technology comes into play. In our previous post, we discussed the three main steps in the OxyGeneo skin treatment … Read more

OxyGeneo & the Bohr Effect- Oxygenate your Skin from Within

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Just like all the tissues, muscles, and organs in our body, our skin needs fresh oxygen. OxyGeneo, a facial skin treatment, uses the Bohr Effect to effectively treat the skin. After all, our skin is our body’s largest organ and is constantly working to protect our body, regulate temperature, detect infections, and so much more. … Read more

Acne Scars: Let’s Leave Them Behind

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As if acne itself isn’t frustrating enough, acne scars leave us a constant reminder of what was once there. Acne is the inflammation of the skin due to clogged pores due to overactive sebaceous glands, bacteria, and dead skin cells. Most mild-moderate acne, once treated, will leave slight discoloration or hyperpigmentation which fades over time– … Read more

Using TriPollar RF to Treat Acne

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Acne is a catch-all term used to describe repeatedly occurring blackheads, whiteheads, and pimples. Acne is most common in young adults, and in those with oily skin. Usually, a skin regimen that cleanses, hydrates, and treats the skin can treat and prevent mild-moderate acne. A consistent routine can be effective in keeping those irritating bumps … Read more

Sensitive Skin: What’s Your (Skin) Type?

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Sensitive skin is a catch-all term for skin that has a lower tolerance to topical products, such as creams and cosmetics, and to external conditions such as the weather. This skin type may react in a multitude of ways- from itching, to swelling, to redness. Most often, skin sensitivity is nothing to worry about, but … Read more

Oily Skin: What’s Your (Skin) Type?

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Oily skin is the result of overactive sebaceous, or oil, glands. Sebum is the substance that is excreted by our pores to hydrate and lubricate the skin. However, when these glands produce too much sebum, the pores can become clogged. Having oily skin is usually associated with acne and can cause the skin to appear … Read more

DMA: Dynamic Muscle Activation

Dynamic Muscle Activation (DMA) is a breakthrough, versatile technology designed for non-invasive jawline contouring. It can be a standalone treatment or used in conjunction with other treatments, such as TriPollar, as a non-surgical facial sculpting tool. DMA stimulates the Subcutaneous Musculo-Aponeurotic System. or SMAS. The SMAS is responsible for moving the skin in the lower … Read more