Skin is a beautiful thing. Wear it well.
Addressing skin health and combating anti-aging through treatments and programs have a wide array of health benefits. The benefits of healthy skin care habits include: prevent (or clear up) a blotchy complexion, retain skin’s youthful firmness longer, reduce fine lines and wrinkles, keep complexion looking brighter and younger, avoid leathery skin, and reduce skin cancer risk.
Skin Health programs at Restore can be a combination of treatments (e.g. microneedling), vitamin and minerals boosts (e.g. IV vitamin therapy & vitamin shots), and take home products (e.g. lotions, creams, sprays) for at-home use. Our products are medical grade, technology-based, clinically-tested, and approved for top medically licensed physicians, most of which are dermatologists and plastic surgeons, nationwide.
Skin Health Details.
What is the skin health program?
Skin Health is a customized solution for each patient that utilizes the best of what science has to offer to improve your skin’s natural functions that prevent or resolve many disorders. This can be a combination of treatments (e.g. microneedling), vitamin and minerals boosts (e.g. IV vitamin therapy & vitamin shots), and take home products (e.g. lotions, creams, sprays).
What are the processes behind aging skin?
Aging skin is caused by the breakdown of cellular and extracellular components, or a reduction in the rate of key metabolic processes over time. Signs of aging skin can include:
- Loss of skin firmness
- Reduced skin elasticity
- Increased skin dryness
- Pigmentation disorders such as age spots and uneven pigmentation
- Loss of radiance and an increase in dullness
- Formation of fine lines and wrinkles
- Increased fragility to trauma, creating bruises and rashes
- Greater translucency, which shows more veins
- Increased redness due to blood vessel dilation
How can I improve my skin health and address aging?
To address anti-aging, patients can intervene in these cellular degradation processes to stimulate what positive and beneficial cellular activities, such as collagen, elastin and hyaluronic acid production in the dermal layer coupled with strong structural proteins and a strengthened natural lipid barrier function. It is equally important to quiet the processes that are bad, such as inflammation, over-stimulation of pigment, and protein crosslinking by sugars, and to inhibit an over-production of enzymes and other agents that break down healthy skin compounds.