Tres Belle Spa: New York Times Feature October 17 2014

The past few hours have been dedicated to eating Dark Chocolate Peanut Butter with a spoon { Ah, the perks of work from home days} while researching aging skin, wrinkles, latest innovations, etc. I stumbled upon this GEM: "Wrinkles-In-Depth Report" from the New York Times. It's sort of an "Everything You Ever Wanted To Know About Wrinkles But Were Afraid To Ask." I know you love anything having to do with non-surgical anti-aging and looking fab without looking fake. The Times have done a great job of explaining why skin conditions like premature aging and blemishes happen, and then taps into prevention and correction.

The report features many of Tres Belle Spa's most popular products and procedures such as:

Antioxidant Creams, Lotions, and Serums
"Antioxidants are substances that hunt oxygen-free radicals, the unstable particles that can damage cells. Free radicals may also cause sun damage and even skin cancers. Exposure to sunlight depletes antioxidants in the skin, but these antioxidants can be replaced."

Skin Resurfacing with use of Chemical Peels, Microdermabrasion, Lasers
"There are many choices for skin resurfacing (also called exfoliation), and you must consider several different factors when making your choice. Resurfacing can achieve the following:
Removal of abnormal tissue and rough skin
Stimulation of new skin growth
Stimulation of collagen and elastin production."

So *NEW* it's not mentioned in the Times report yet is, Collagen Induction Therapy with Dermapen. Recently introduced to our clients and it has become Tres Belle's  #1 requested service.

The report then moves in the Plastic Surgery category.

The New York Times report can be read in it's entirety here

Peas and Love,
Allison Tray