When it comes to hair loss, calcification is often overlooked. It isn’t part of drug-based protocols, and hair loss surgical clinics have only recently started addressing it. Yet, restoring the scalp to a healthy state is crucial to restoring dormant follicles. What is Calcification? Calcification and fibrosis – like hair loss – are chronic and […]

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Where Does Acne Really Begin?

Acne Begins in the Gut Almost 1/3 of dermatologists say that acne is not an infection, it’s an inflammation. Acne is often created by a bacterial infection, so the seemingly obvious solution is to shrink the inflammation. According to Dr. Ben Johnson, the most common thread is Candida. There are approximately 56 strains of Candida, […]

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Medical Microneedling: Not All Approaches Are The Same

Not all microneedling techniques or tools are the same. The FDA recently released a warning letter it sent to Eclipse Aesthetics, claiming the company lacks appropriate regulatory clearance for its Eclipse Micropen Elite, which it describes as a “dermal micro-needling device” used for skincare applications. The letter came after an FDA inspection in August last year uncovered […]

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Do Collagen Supplements Really Work?

Can you turn back the clock with collagen supplements? While there are many collagen supplements promising the fountain of youth in the form of pills, powders, and drinks, have we finally found a supplement that can turn back the clock – not just by plumping up lines for a few hours or days – but by allowing the body to […]

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Doctors Rave About Microneedling!

One of the toughest skin conditions to treat is melasma, and as you can see in the video below, doctors are confirming microneedling works for melasma and a host of other skin conditions! Although dermatologists and doctors tend to promote lasers and surgery, they are seeing the increase in interest of the derma and eclipse “pens.” […]

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Hair Loss in Women – Can Microneedling Work?

Despite what you might think, hair loss in women is very common. In fact, more than 50% of American women will suffer from hair loss at some point in their life. There are two common types of hair loss in women: Androgenetic Alopecia and Telogen Effluvium. Androgenetic Alopecia: Androgenetic alopecia (AGA), or hereditary baldness. In women, hair […]

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