Platelet-rich plasma or PRP treatments have been used for everything from wound healing and reducing wrinkles to stimulating hair growth. The growth factors found in PRP help regenerate cells and tissue, offering a plethora of benefits in cosmetic and medical treatments. The same principals of rejuvenation can be applied with vaginal PRP treatments, offering a […]
It is not a secret that exposure to the sun can damage your skin – one afternoon in the sun without sunscreen can leave you with a painful sunburn. What is important to know is how even limited exposure over time can damage your skin and change its appearance. The earlier in life that you […]
Spring is often a time for gearing up your fitness routine, especially with outside sports. The temperatures are perfect for doing your cardio outdoors, from improving your time on your next 5K to crushing your opponents on the tennis court. Keeping active is important to your health, but it is not without risk of injury. […]
With Mother’s Day just around the corner, you may be reminded of how many years have slipped by since you became a mother. With each year that your children mature, you realize that time is also adding up for you. While time is unstoppable, you can slow down the effect it has upon your face. […]
Even with the most meticulous skin care regimen and healthy lifestyle, aging will occur on your face. While you can slow the process, eventually lines and wrinkles appear, and the skin can lose its elasticity as collagen production slows. If you look in the mirror and see those signs of aging appearing, you have options […]
Platelet Rich Plasma or PRP has been used in the medical field for decades to promote healing. This safe and effective treatment can now be used to improve the beauty of your skin. PRP has the unique ability to naturally turn back the hands of time when it comes to aging skin, using elements from […]
It is difficult to avoid sun exposure living in Phoenix. The Arizona climate allows for high temperatures and sunny skies all year round, exposing your skin to UV rays that can damage your skin.