Complimentary consultation available on weekdays, with skin analysis. I am Greek origin and received my graduate degree from the University of Bucharest Romania. Following graduation, I worked as a skin specialist in Romania and then in Athens, Greece. In the United States, after receiving my California license, I owned and operated a skin care office in Beverly Hills, California for four and a half years. Since , I have been operating my salon in La Jolla, California.
HELIA-D AND OTHER EUROPEAN ANTIWRINKLE & STEMCELL FACE & EYE CREAMS – European Creams
Collagen is one of the most talked about beauty ingredients. But what exactly is collagen, and what does it do? Collagen is the most abundant protein in the body. Think of it as the scaffolding that holds up skin, muscles, bones and ligaments. Thanks to collagen, nails and hair are healthy, shiny and strong. Collagen in cartilage enables us to bend and stretch our bodies without feeling bones grind against each other. Another way to think of the effects of collagen is the difference between a plump, juicy baby cheek and the flat, papery cheek of an elderly person.
Estrogen in Skin Creams
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European skin care consists of one basic tenet: staying natural. Europeans tend to use facial cleansers and moisturizers with natural ingredients, their beauty regimens begin at a young age, and cosmetics, when used, are kept to a bare minimum. But the biggest difference is in how society views aging. For example, European skin care differs from the West in that European women aim to age gracefully, whereas in the West, the goal is to delay aging as much as possible. This difference plays a big role in how Europeans approach their skin care routines.