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TGIF Guide October 13 2016

Check out my article published by TGIF Guide with Meagan Bell!

http://tgifguide.com/miabella/

 

Mia Belle Skin is a beautiful skin care oasis in downtown Beverly Hills. I was promptly greeted upon my arrival by Mia, and lead to a light filled plush room with a cozy facial chair and dark blue bench. I crawled under the sheets to my warm haven for the next hour.

Mia asked me a few questions about my skin and determined the products and treatment methods she would use to attack my skin concerns. She suggested that the radio frequency machine, one of the latest technologies in skin care, would help plump the eye area which I am closely watching for signs of wrinkles. I much prefer natural collagen boosting methods to fillers when possible. Mia answered all my questions and is a skin care expert trained in all the latest techniques and products, I am excited to book my next appointment and continue improving my skin!
If you’re interested in trying the same treatment I did or want to consult with Mia on improving your own beautiful skin, give her a call! Be sure to tell her Megyn from TGIFguide sent you :)
Mia Belle Skin, 9615 Brighton Way #416, Beverly Hills, CA 90210, (213) 422-4346


Cytokines December 06 2014

I am obtaining amazing results for myself and my patients by using cytokines. Below is some information from the creator of cytokines.  I feel that this method is the best way to ultra support the health of your skin!

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- The Wandering Aesthetic

 

-The term “skinflammaging”  emphasizes the connection between the presence of chronic inflammation and the aging of skin.

Sun exposure, environmental toxins, and repetative microtrauma – the major reasons skin ages –   all cause pro-aging inflammatory reactions within the skin.

While an initial inflammatory phase is a normal component of tissue repair, it is a two-edged sword. In acute situations, or at low levels, it deals with the abnormality and promotes healing, but when chronically sustained, it slowly and progressively damages tissue. The paradigm confirmation of this fact is fetal skin, which regenerates perfectly without scarring. How is this possible? It has to do with the very brief, nearly non-existent inflammatory phase of fetal wound healing, something that results from the presence of abundant anti-inflammatory cytokines (cellular produced bio-signals) in the fetus.

One major focus with their work with stem cells and the cytokines they produce has to do with developing ways to provide the skin with topically applied supplemental anti-inflammatory signals. To, in effect, mimic Mother Nature’s strategy of fetal healing by providing anti-inflammatory patterns of bio-signals to  help combat “skinflammaging.”  The type of stem cell cultured was selected because of abundant published research describing its pivotal role in tissue healing.  The cytokine pattern produced during culture of these cells is strongly anti-inflammatory.

Click here for more information about AnteAGE and Cytokines