Oxygen in the air
Catch the buzz floating around the Internet on oxygen and its goodness.
- Oxygen treatments:
Oxygen skin care treatment can reduce the effects of aging by actually nourishing
the skin with essential vitamins, minerals, amino acids, enzymes, and pure oxygen,
all of which are propelled deep into the skin, pore by pore. This holistic skin
care treatment leaves the skin healthy, rejuvenated, and beautiful. It can be used
post chemical peel or for use both before and after facial surgery due to the ability
of oxygen to speed the healing process. Read More
- Are Oxygen Facials The New Botox
What are some celebrities claiming is a fountain of youth? You're breathing it right
now. The so-called oxygen facial, which counts Madonna among its fans, has grown
in popularity among women looking to stop time in its tracks. During treatment,
an aesthetician applies pressurized oxygen, acid and a customized serum to the skin
to reveal visibly plumper, younger-looking skin. But does it work?
- The Oxygen Paradox: Good or Bad for Your Skin?
The other day I had a patient come to me and say, "Doctor, I'm confused. Is oxygen
good or bad for the skin? You're always talking about how beneficial antioxidants
are for the skin, to get rid of the oxygen, right? So why are you also recommending
oxygen facials to add even more oxygen to it? Don't they cancel each other out?"
- Skin with pigmentation and blemishes is terrible. A skin bleach cream can be the option for you. Learn how to use skin bleach right here.
Sanya avoids birthday bashes, college gatherings and for that matter any social event.
She does not want to go in the crowd with her blemishes.
She suffered acute acne problem as a teenager. Her acne left behind small brown spots on her face and she hates them the most.
She wants a beauty product that will hide her blemishes by making them lighter. She wants to feel comfortable among others.
She too desires a good complexioned skin. Will good skin bleach rescue her?