Dangene’s Laser Journey
In my relentless pursuit of perfection, my skinovators and I have designed a customized, laser-focused Skinovation program. The results have been remarkable, transcending even my rigorous expectations of what is possible.
As we grow old, our skin is able to retain less and less moisture. When this happens, the body slows down production of both new skin cells and oils. The production of collagen in the body also slows down. Because collagen is the protein which helps the skin stretch and contract, this affects the skin's elasticity. As a result, the skin begins to sag and form wrinkles, particularly fine, crepey lines. You can put makeup on your face, apply expensive creams and serums, have Botox and filler injected, or have plastic surgery. There are a number of things you can do to slow the signs of aging in your face and some parts of your body. But there are certain body parts that will reveal what a dermatologist or plastic surgeon might refer to as your "true biological age," and these include your neck, hands, and feet. Such thin-skinned areas get just as much exposure to the sun and the elements as your face. But even difficult areas can be improved! Read on for a thorough report of the changes I have observed.