Meet Deborah Hart, she established the first independently owned and operated Nurse Practitioner clinics in Atlantic Canada, First Impressions Rejuvenation Clinic. These clinics are entirely devoted to the medical specialty of non-surgical Rejuvenation and Antiaging medicine.
Shine bright this holiday, not the oily way, but the radiant way, by taking care of your skin before, during, and after festivities. Here are 13 tips to keep glowing skin during the holiday season.
When it comes to itchy skin, it can be difficult to pinpoint whether you’re experiencing dry skin or eczema. That is unless you know exactly what to look for. Let’s explore the differences between these two skin conditions.
Many vitamins can benefit skin health, but a few stand out as the most important, or perhaps just the most powerful, that can pack a wellness punch.
There are a variety of benefits to exercising - boosting your mood, helping you stay fit, and strengthening your internal organs, to name a few. But, did you know that exercise benefits your skin health as well?
Washing your face is a simple, daily task, but when done properly, it can make you feel radiant and lively in the skin you are in. For a clean and smooth appearance, follow these tips and avoid the most common face washing mistakes.
Microneedling is highly effective. It is certainly worth a try before diving into more invasive surgical procedures.
There are so many surprising facts on skincare out there. The more you know, the better you can care for your skin and control your skin's aging.
What you eat not only impacts your weight, energy levels, and immune system, but it can also impact your skin. A nutritional diet for skin health aids in a clear and radiant complexion that is free of imperfections. Your body needs nutrients to create healthy cells and repair damaged tissues. These nutrients come from your diet. So, while a healthy diet contributes to positive skin health, poor dietary choices can trigger unfavorable skin conditions and even, in some cases, change the way your skin ages.