Asheville, NC (PRWEB) March 18, 2014
Aging, in the skin care industry can be put simply as our bodies loss of collagen and elastin and exposure to harmful elements such as the sun or smoking. Supreme Skin, a company that specializes in skin care takes a noninvasive approach to get their clients anti-aging results. Supreme Skin, an Asheville, NC based skin salon now has three types of infusions that can be done in conjunction with the microcurrent technology that they use for their signature ‘lunchtime life’ procedure. Microcurrent has galvanic properties, meaning it can penetrate ingredients deeper into the skin, beyond the surface layers.
The company now offers for their clients infusions of elastin, collagen or dna, all of which help the skin in different ways and also work together. Infusing these ingredients means they are evenly delivered into the skin via a noninvasive method, such as microcurrent, which is Supreme Skin’s specialty.
Elastin Infusion Therapy was formulated as a new exciting product that actually enhances routine microcurrent treatments: The elastin infusion therapy can be utilized for every Microcurrent treatment with ease and confidence anywhere on the body. Elastin helps the skin’s tone and texture. its superior hydration qualities also make it an excellent complement to the procedure.
Collagen is the main component of connective tissue, and is the most abundant protein in mammals, making up about 25% to 35% of the whole-body protein content. Connective tissues, the bones, ligaments, tendons and the skeletal muscles themselves, are made up of proteins. One of the most predominant proteins is called collagen. When infused it plumps the skin and so the effect is diminished lines or wrinkles. As we age we age we need more suppleness and constant renewal of skin cells. Collagen and elastin are vital for skin elasticity. As we age our bodies produce less of both of these.
DNA is present in all our cells, the small living units in the human body or the smallest separate living organisms. Cells are the basic building blocks of all living things. If DNA becomes damaged, and is not repaired properly, then the cell division can cause replication errors and thus mutation and/or the cell may die. This can lead to various disorders such as prematurely aging skin. By restoring DNA, dermatologists suggest that the skin can be revitalized restoring free radical damage; most often caused by sun exposure other damaging factors.
Spokesperson for Supreme Skin, Carole Gardner explains, “having the ability to introduce these much needed ingredients into the skin in a way that is not an injection is brilliant, effective and our clients love the results”.