Fighting Free Radical aging with Avora Skin Spa

Fighting Free Radical aging with Tokyo Lift skin care and Facials at Avora Skin SPA.

Free radicals and oxidative stress are the culprits behind many threats to our bodies. They are considered one of the main causes of aging and many diseases, such as atherosclerosis. Fortunately, we know how to combat them.
Free Radicals are molecules, atoms, or ions that contain a single electron on their outermost orbit. These free radicals are highly active in their quest for an electron to pair up with, and oxidise every compound they come in contact with, causing what is known as oxidative stress. Free radicals attack genetic material, lipids of cell walls, and polysaccharides – the building blocks of every cell in our bodies. Even worse, the reaction started by a free radical, sets off a domino effect, leading to serious imbalances in bodily functions. A cell with a damaged membrane is no longer capableanti free radical aging skin care of serving its metabolic functions, while damaged genetic codes lead to the formation of tumors. Free radicals are ubiquitous. They are formed as a result of ultraviolet radiation, certain drugs, and unhealthy trans-fatty acids in our diets. They are found in polluted air and cigarette smoke. Unfortunately, free radicals are even formed inside our own bodies as by-products of metabolic functions, such as breathing.

A natural defense – antioxidants.

Luckily, our bodies have developed defense mechanisms against destructive free radicals. Antioxidants are compounds that neutralize these molecules. Two examples that everyone knows are vitamin C and E, an effective duo in the fight against free radicals. Other effective antioxidants include rosemary acid, ferulic acid, and coenzyme Q10.
But antioxidants are not only hope against free radicals. Another protective system depends on compounds that act as enzymes, preventing the formation of the harmful molecules or rendering them inert.

LED Photo Facial Rejuvenation – Spa Therapy that respect social distancing!

LED Photo-Facial Therapy at Avora Skin Spa that respect Social Distancing!

Blue Light LED Acne treatmentLight Emitting Diode (LED) therapy is a revolutionary anti-aging skin care procedure that is used to treat multiple adverse skin conditions. LED therapy results in improved skin and a more youthful appearance.  LED photo-facial rejuvenation is ideal to complement anti-aging skin care programs, often used in conjunction with microdermabrasion and non-aggressive chemical peel skin treatments.  In addition to a more youthful appearance, patients experience a dramatic improvement of acne and fine lines.

Scientific Background

LED produces multiple wavelengths of visible and invisible light delivered at low intensity. Because there is little or no heat generated from LED there is no risk of tissue damage.

LED technology was originally developed to enhance the growth of plant tissue in space by NASA. NASA’s space program also proved that LED light promotes wound healing and human tissue growth. It is for these reasons that LED therapy has become a significant and useful aesthetic procedure.

LED therapy is the application of sending a broad band of energy at a low intensity to the skin for therapeutic and anti-aging purposes. LED photo facial treatment is effective in generating a response within living tissue because it activates and stimulates the ATP (Adenosine Triphosphate) within the body. ATP governs how cells use energy and when ATP use is enhance from LED exposure, it prompts affected cells to do what they do naturally, but at an accelerated rate.

Safe treatment of pigmentation with Azelac Ru nano serum from Sesderma.

The treatment of pigmentation: Nanosomes Effectively Deliver Azelac RU serum To Deepest Layers Of Skin.

Rochelle Nataloni

Gabriel Serrano, M.D., Ph.D.
Dermatologist
Founder and President
Sesderma
Valencia, Spain

Maribel Pedrozo, M.D.
Biobell Oriental Medspa
Miami, FL

“The importance of Azelac RU for pigmentation lies in its ability to be used long-term. First-line prescription treatments, such as hydroquinone, are not conventionally prescribed for extended periods of time due to concerns about their longterm safety and efficacy.”treatment of pigmentation avora skin spa

Freckles, age spots, uneven skin tone and acne scars are among the most common complaints that patients present in dermatologists’ offices and skin centers. Of course, any number of options – from laser treatments and glycolic peels, to bleaching solutions – are among the treatments that adequately address these issues. However, there are drawbacks to all of these choices, including expense, contraindication to long-term use and skin irritation, among other issues.

A more user-friendly skin lightening approach that practitioners are increasingly introducing to patients is Azelac RU from Sesderma. Physicians who include it in their skincare armamentarium, say this serum is an ideal product because it works quickly, can be used long-term, is cost-effective and can be combined with other products, or following other treatment modalities with no reported side effects or irritability.

Azelac RU is effective, fast acting and safe in the treatment of melasma, post inflammatory hyperpigmentation, sun spots, freckles, acne marks, uneven skin and dark spots on elbows, knees, underarms and knuckles, explained Gabriel Serrano, M.D., Ph.D., a dermatologist, founder and president of Sesderma.“The importance of Azelac RU for pigmentation lies in its ability to be used long-term,” he pointed out. “First-line prescription treatments, such as hydroquinone, are not conventionally prescribed for extended periods of time due to concerns about their long-term safety and efficacy. Azelac RU serum is ideal not only as a first choice, but also as a long-term maintenance treatment for use with, or after, other therapies such as hydroquinone or light-based treatments.”

Dr. Serrano explained that Azelac RU is a concentrated serum without fragrances or parabens. “It goes further than simply treating hyperpigmentation problems; it actually improves the signs of sun damage, including wrinkles and dryness or roughness. It also helps to regulate sebum production and reduces irritation.”

FGF Technology in the new Spa treatment Dermageniq and Clinic Way Skin Care

Human skin is the largest body organ and undergoing many changes. Therefore, proper skin care is impossible without knowledge of its physiology and function. The skin protects us from harmful substances present in the environment, blocking access to the interior of the body microorganisms.

It is also the main enclosure to prevent escape of water from the body.Dermageniq

Thermoregulatory functions. Under the influence of sunlight on the skin followed by the production of vitamin D, necessary, inter alia, for proper bone growth.

In the structure of the skin can be divided into three main layers. Deepest subcutaneous tissue, connective tissue composed of the right. The next layer is the dermis, most often represented by the fibroblasts responsible for supporting protein synthesis, such as collagen and elastin. These two proteins build an extracellular matrix or network elasticity and holding the skin. The outer part of the skin is the epidermis.
Aging is inevitable and the body’s natural process consisting, inter alia, the reduction of the biological activity of the body, slowing down the processes of regeneration and reducing resistance and response to environmental stress. The skin, due to direct exposure to harmful external environmental factors, aging is usually faster than the other organs of the human body, and the signs of aging are more visible. The aging process of the skin is the result of two mechanisms: intra- and extrinsic. This first type of aging, genetic or otherwise called chronological, it is a natural process dependent on the biological clock. In contrast, extrinsic aging (photoaging, aging caused by sun) is a process caused by external factors, especially sunlight.

Intrinsic Aging