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9 February 2018
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The Benefits of Gold in Skin Care

9 February 2018, Comments 0

Gold has long been a sign of beauty and elegance. Commonly used in jewelry, it is now becoming a popular skin care ingredient. Below are some benefits that it can have on your skin.51p8JLHJQCL._SY355_

•  Reduce wrinkles and fine lines.  Gold can increase the elasticity of your skin helping you to look younger.
•  Anti-aging benefits.  Reduces the likelihood of dryness and slows down the reduction of collagen in the skin cells.
•  Can lighten complexion.  It can enhance the appearance of the skin by minimizing irregularities and smoothing skin tone.
•  Treats age spots and sun damage.  Lessens the production of melanin in the body which is responsible for tanning of the skin when exposed to sunlight.

These reasons are all the more incentive to add gold to your skin care routine and now at the Neiman Dermatology Building we exclusively offer the DermCare NP 24K Gold Mask. To learn more about it or to order yours, call 716-688-0020 today.


1 February 2018
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The Health and Skin Benefits of Coconut Oil

1 February 2018, Comments 0

CocoCoconutnut oil is as unique a food as it is beautifying to our health.  The saturated fatty acids or saturated fats, in coconut oil were for a long time thought to contribute to heart disease and fat deposits in our arteries.  Recent studies have proven this to be untrue.  Studies have shown that total and LDL (bad cholesterol) levels of cholesterol are actually reduced while the levels of HDL (good cholesterol) are increased resulting in a lower risk for heart disease.

Other important health benefits we get from the saturated fatty acids in coconuts (accounting for 90% of the total fatty acids) are weight-loss and curative properties for certain brain disorders.  The fats in coconut oil are special because they are MCTs (Medium Chain Triglycerides) so they require more energy to burn in our body than the longer fat chains.  Some of this metabolic enhancement is also utilized when some of the fat is sent directly to the liver from the digestive tract for immediate energy use.  There it may be converted to a ketone which helps in reducing the risk for epilepsy (seizures) and alzheimers.

It is a natural appetite suppressant which is wonderful for keeping your heart healthy and your skin looking younger longer.

One of the most interesting medicinal uses for coconut oil is that it helps kill off pathogens such as fungi, viruses and bacteria.  The lauric acid (contained in 50% of fatty acids) in coconut oil turns into monolaurin (a monoglyceride); both help in killing the previously mentioned pathogens and keep our bodies away from harmful organisms.

For the hair and skin, topical application of coconut oil is great for refining our appearance.  Not only is coconut oil a natural sunscreen, blocking about 20% of UV rays.  It also helps the skin retain moisture and lipids.  When applied to the hair, the oil protects hair from damage by strengthening it; maybe even protected it from falling out.

Source: www.authoritynutrition.com


15 June 2015
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Summer Skin Care

15 June 2015, Comments 0

Summer Skin Care Woman
With the official beginning of summer upon us, many people will be spending more time outside the next few months. This means more time spent in the sun exposed to its harmful rays. Here are just a few important things to keep in mind to help protect your skin this upcoming summer:

• When applying sunscreens, layering them does not give added SPF protection. The SPF you end up with is only the SPF of the highest sunscreen you applied. So for example, if you apply a sunscreen with an SPF of 30 then apply one with an SPF of 25, you will only have protection of the SPF of 30.
• The American Academy of Dematology does recommend applying two layers of sunscreen on all exposed areas though. The second layer should be applied about 30 minutes after the first, at least 30 minutes before sun exposure.
• SPF protection is on a logarithmic scale, meaning there is a bigger difference between SPF 25 and SPF 30 than there is with SPF 30 and SPF 45.
• SPF’s below 15 are essentially worthless.
• If you do contract sunburn take Advil or Motrin, they block inflammation and can actually lessen the burn.

Just remember these care tips to keep your skin safe and healthy this summer!


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