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Grow Younger With Medical Aesthetics

Aging has always been an inevitable process. And from the beginning of time, the human race has been searching for the fountain of youth. As Pablo Picasso once said, “It takes a long time to grow young.” But good things come to those who persevere.  Today, with advances in science, it’s truly possible to grow younger with medical aesthetics.

It has long been thought that mitochondria play an important role in the aging process, however the exact role has remained unclear. A recent breakthrough in understanding human skin cells and the roll mitochondria plays in aging now offers a pathway for new anti aging treatments. Continue reading and we will show you what this means for your fight against aging, and how you can grow younger with medical aesthetics.

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Evolve Into A Younger You

For the first time, scientists at Newcastle University, UK, have pinpointed a key metabolic enzyme found in the batteries of human skin cells which deteriorates with age. Research published in the Journal of Investigative Dermatology, reveals the activity of mitochondrial complex II significantly recedes in aging skin.  

This finding opens the door to powerful anti-aging treatments which can be customized to prevent the drop in the enzyme’s activity levels. As a result of this research, it will be possible to grow younger with medical aesthetics.  

“As we gain a greater understanding of how other organs in the body age, which could lead the way for drug developments in age-related disease. As our bodies age we see that the batteries in our cells run down, known as decreased bio-energy, and harmful free radicals increase. This process is easily seen in our skin as increased fine lines, wrinkles and sagging appears. You know the story, or at least your mirror does first thing in the morning! Our study shows, for the first time, in human skin that with increasing age there is a specific decrease in the activity of a key metabolic enzyme found in the batteries of the skin cells. This enzyme is the hinge between the two important ways of making energy in our cells and a decrease in its activity contributes to decreased bio-energy in aging skin,” says Professor Birch-Machin, a key researcher in the study.

This research means that science now has a specific biomarker, or a target, for developing and screening anti aging treatments that may counter this decline inbio-energy. In other words, the field of medical aesthetics will be able to tailor anti aging treatments to differently aged and differently pigmented skin, and with the additional possibility to address the aging process elsewhere in our bodies.

Grow Younger With Medical Aesthetics

It has long been thought that mitochondria play an important role in the aging process, however the exact role has remained unclear. We are now one step closer to understanding how these vital cell structures may be contributing to human aging, with the hope of eventually specifically targeting areas of the mitochondria in an attempt to counteract the signs of aging.

We all want to grow young, defy our age, and maintain our vitality to live a long, happy life.  If you are looking for that extra little boost in your anti aging fight, consider a visit to National Laser Institute.  We are dedicated to helping you discover the younger, healthier and more beautiful you – from the inside out.

“I always have the BEST time at NLI. The staff is amazing and I am enjoying all the new things that I can have done ! The results are instant and have helped me to look younger without any dramatic changes – they are very subtle and natural appearing I’m evolving into a younger me!” National Laser Institute Med Spa Scottsdale Client

We invite you to grow younger with medical aesthetics. Call 800.851.0969 or click here for your complimentary consultation with an anti aging specialist.

Louis J. Silberman is the CEO and Co-Founder of National Laser Institute, the pioneer of the medical aesthetics training industry and one of the largest educators in the country.