SPONSORED: BID ADIEU TO TECH NECK WITH ALASTIN’S RESTORATIVE NECK COMPLEX
Let’s face it ladies. Right around the age of 40, we all start to see changes in our lower face and neck. Skin gets lax and crepey, and loses some of its firmness and resiliency, and that crisp and well-defined profile angle we could always count on is no more. We see it in photos, and thus, go to great lengths to camouflage it, with filters, Photoshop, scarves and turtlenecks. It isn’t pretty.
ALASTIN’s new Restorative Neck Complex helps correct these signs of aging, resulting in a firmer, more elastic, and smoother appearance of the neck and dÃ©colletage and a more even skin tone. This breakthrough treatment is formulated to address the most common age-related changes below the chin a
KNIFELESS LIQUID FACELIFTS
When going under the knife is not an option, but anti-aging creams are not getting the job done anymore, injectable fillers and wrinkle relaxers can be a lifesaver. A few syringes of this and that to lift, smooth and plump can give you an instant “what did she do?” kind of feeling (in a good way that is). The “wow” factor is unsurpassed.
In the U.S., we now have 12 products* that have the FDA nod to use that suit different situations – and more are always on the way, although the process is a slow one. The term “Liquid Facelift” generally refers to combining several types of soft-tissue fillers. There are some products that get injected deeply, for cheek fullness as an example, and othe
CELL SOCIETY – The Future of Stem Cell Therapies
GET ACCESS TO THE FUTURE OF ADULT STEM CELLS AND REGENERATIVE MEDICINE
BY WENDY LEWIS
Regenerative medicine is one of the most exciting and fastest growing life science sectors and generates its fair share of investment as well as controversy. Adult stem cells hold great promise to cure myriad medical conditions. Stem cells have been used clinically for the past 40 years to treat diseases as varied as multiple sclerosis, Parkinsonâ€™s disease, heart attacks, diabetes, blood disorders, and certain cancers.Â Stem cells are also being studied to grow entirely new limbs, organs, teeth, bone and other human tissues. The simple fact is that it is