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Interview with Lyn Ross, founder of Institut' DERMed.  Page 42, in the September issue of

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What do proteins and peptides have in common? Amino Acids! Peptides are molecules made up of two or more (but less that 50) amino acids bonded together. Longer amino acid chains are called proteins.

Peptides and proteins are present in every living cell and have a very important function when it comes to collagen. As a person ages, environmental exposure and a slowing cell turnover rate leads to an increase in wrinkles and dehydration of the skin.  Collagen is the protein (long amino acid chain) that keeps our skin tight and wrinkle free. When our collagen starts to break down, that's when a peptide's role becomes significantly more important.

Tuesday, 17 June 2014 14:51

Radio Frequency Is So Hot Right Now

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Radiofrequency treatments are causing waves in the skin care industry. Why is this treatment so popular? For one, it requires no downtime and a single session can be performed in under an hour. As an added bonus, it's virtually painfree and gives instant, yes instant, results! Read on to see if this "lunchtime lift" is right for you.

What is a Radiofrequency Facial?

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