Is Hydrafacial Permanent?

Is HydraFacial Permanent?

If you follow the latest trends in skincare you might have heard about HydraFacial. Though its popularity has surged recently, the company has been around for over 20 years. That tells us they aren’t new to this game and definitely know what they’re doing. So, what exactly is the HydraFacial treatment? How does it work? […]Read More…

Dermaplane vs Microdermabrasion: What’s the Difference?

Everyone wants to have healthy, glowing skin. That much isn’t new. What is new, though, are the treatment methods skincare professionals can use to help their clients address wrinkles, acne scarring, and dry skin. Odds are, you’ve probably heard of two popular methods known as dermaplaning and microdermabrasions. But what are the differences between the […]Read More…

Is Microneedling Better Than Botox?

Although on paper both microneedling and Botox are solutions to the ever-present concern of wrinkles and loss of collagen, they are night and day different. Microneedling, often referred to as collagen induction therapy, is a treatment to manually stimulate collagen production within the dermis of your skin. Along with stimulating collagen production, microneedling also helps […]Read More…

chemical peels or microneedling

Chemical Peels or Microneedling- Which is better?

That’s a good question, and one that’s asked often but the answer will always be the same…it depends. Both treatments are incredibly effective and worth their price but it’s almost like asking which is better: an apple or an orange? Chemical peels are great for helping with superficial texture issues, acne, congestion (a.k.a. blackheads or […]Read More…

Microneedling Under Eyes: What You Need to Know

There are few more sensitive areas of the body than the eyes. Not only are your eyes crucial for a huge range of basic functions –– from picking up social cues to driving to work –– but they are also delicate and intricate. As such, while most people experience bags under their eyes as they […]Read More…

A Functional Medicine Approach to COVID-19

The coronavirus pandemic is forcing us to reevaluate so much of our lives, to focus on those we love, and what is important.  As an act of self-preservation and as an act of service to our friends, neighbors, co-workers, and fellow Americans it is imperative that we now, more than ever, focus on our personal health […]Read More…

High Blood Pressure: The Silent Killer

High blood pressure—medically known as hypertension—affects about 30 percent of adults. If untreated, it increases your risks for heart disease, stroke, kidney disease, and dementia. Often the cause of high blood pressure is due to many factors, including a combination of diet and lifestyle factors. In his book What Your Doctor Might Not Tell You […]Read More…

Preventing, Treating & Reversing Cardiovascular Disease

Cardiovascular disease is the number 1 killer in America. It is also preventable. We all have someone close to us dealing with cardiovascular disease. Whether it is high blood pressure, clogged arteries, or maybe they had a heart attack, we all know someone. The answer to heart disease is simple: stop doing the things that […]Read More…

The Enemy Creating Chronic Disease

Many people understand that food allergies can be life threatening events, like someone eating a peanut and having an anaphylactic reaction. Severe food allergies are scary. However, these types of allergies are relatively rare. More commonly people have what is known as a food sensitivity. Food sensitivities are low-grade reactions to a food, for example […]Read More…

Hypothyroidism: An Undiagnosed Epidemic

Hypothyroidism, the name for the production of too little thyroid hormone, is a vastly under-diagnosed health problem in this country. Why is it so difficult to diagnose and treat low thyroid function? The main reason is that the symptoms are not very specific and are often present for many reasons besides thyroid disorders. Look at […]Read More…