What are the keys to anti-aging?

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Aesthetic Surgery and Dermatology offices of Adrienne E. Stewart

Published on Nov 09, 2016

Sun exposure and smoking are two primary causes of aging the skin. Diet and heredity also play key roles. Many patients do not want to use sunscreen or stop smoking. Some patients don't like using chemical blocks and the physical blocks are sometimes difficult to apply. We often prescribe a new product made by Skin Medica (total defense and repair), which is actually clinically proven to help the skin with the inclusion of antioxidants. Fortunately, we now have many procedures to correct sun damage and other forms of aging when it occurs. I hope this helps.

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Answered by Aesthetic Surgery and Dermatology offices of Adrienne E. Stewart

Sun exposure and smoking are two primary causes of aging the skin. Diet and heredity also play key roles. Many patients do not want to use sunscreen or stop smoking. Some patients don't like using chemical blocks and the physical blocks are sometimes difficult to apply. We often prescribe a new product made by Skin Medica (total defense and repair), which is actually clinically proven to help the skin with the inclusion of antioxidants. Fortunately, we now have many procedures to correct sun damage and other forms of aging when it occurs. I hope this helps.

Published on Jul 11, 2012


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