The Fruit of the Season: Diospyros

Although the Diospyros is a fruit rich simple carbohydrates (sugars), it also has some benefits. Rich in water and carotenes (antioxidants), which after being absorbed by the body, they are transformed into vitamin A. Therefore, it plays an important role in vision, skin, growth, bone development and reproduction. In our intestine, the fiber of the…

Fluids Retention and Swelling

Unbalance diet, poor circulation, changes or hormonal disorders are some of the factors that influence the metabolism causing fluid retention, that is, the accumulation of water in the body. With greater occurrence in the legs, abdomen and hands is a problem that causes a visible swelling and constant emotional unease. Make a free morphological evaluation with a…

Sagging

Sagging – muscular or cutaneous – characterizes the weakened state of body tissue, being a slow and progressive process in which collagen and elastin fibers, that give support to the skin, are weakened due to several factors, such as the body`s natural aging process, sedentarism, heredity, among others. Muscle sagging occurs due to loss of…

Localized Fat

Localized fat is characterized by the accumulation of fat in certain parts of the body caused by the ingestion of more calories than those consumed, being also often influenced by genetics, sedentary lifestyle or poor eating habits. The most common areas of fat accumulation are the abdomen, flanks, arms or the inner thighs. The accumulation…

Stretch Marks and Scars

Stretch Marks are characterized by a rupture of the elastic fibers that give support and elasticity to the skin (collagen and elastin), resulting in small scars. Located in the middle layer of the skin, they are mainly due to the distention of the skin, caused by oscillations of weight, or even hormonal changes, such as…

Overweight

The proper weight results from the relationship between the amount of energy ingested through the diet and the amount of energy the body consumes daily. By ingesting more calories than the body can consume, the body tends to accumulate energy, resulting in increased the weight. Bad eating habits, genetic predisposition, sedentarism, stress, are some of…

Cellulite

“Gland lipodystrophy” is the medical term known as “cellulite” or the “orange peel” effect, which results from changes in the metabolism and the architecture of adipose tissue, causing a change in body shape. More common in female morphology, cellulitis usually appears with greater predominance in the thighs, in the inner part of the knees, abdomen…

Acne

Acne is an inflammatory skin disease caused by hormonal alterations that increase the stimulation sebum by the sebaceous glands, therefore causing the pores to become blocked. This obstruction results in the appearance of pimples, blisters and blackheads that can create scars on the skin. The appearance of acne can easily generate discomfort and even emotional…

Wrinkles

Wrinkles are one of the first visible signs of skin aging, appearing mostly in the face. With age, the cells begin to age, therefore decreasing the production of collagen and elastin, responsible for the support and elasticity of the skin. At an early stage, they appear as small, fine creases that, over the years and…

Facial Sagging

The consistency and firmness of the skin are guaranteed by the collagen and elastin fibers that, over time, deteriorate, and there is no substitution. Because the face has a very sensitive skin and is constantly exposed to daily aggressions, its appearance may prove to be as old or aged as the existence of wrinkles, making…