By Natalie Ledbetter DAcOM Collagen is today’s top beauty trend, but here’s a historical skincare fact for you: did you know that the first recorded skincare routine dates back to 3000 BCE in Egypt? Cleopatra bathed in sour donkey milk every night to improve her appearance and reduce wrinkles. (She didn’t know she was supporting […]
By Dr. Natalie Ledbetter Semaglutide for weight loss: There are multiple things that can make it hard to lose weight. Stress, insulin resistance, ghrelin and leptin imbalances, and a slow metabolism are just a few. Recently, a popular peptide Semaglutide has burst onto the scene to help those who want/ need to lose weight.
By Natalie Ledbetter CRNA, DAcOM The last few weeks I have been writing about hormones that affect hunger, satiety, metabolism, and weight. This week I am highlighting cholecystokinin (CCK), another hormone that affects weight. This hormone is released by the intestines after you eat to tell your body that you are full. CCK is also
By Erin Roche Some believe using medical-grade skin care is too time consuming and expensive, but medical grade skincare is worth it! Unfortunately, the real waste of time and money is using products that will not improve your skin’s health. Unlike department/drug store products, the VALUE of effective skin care products is a worthwhile investment.
By Katie Ladner L.E. There are various types of peptides and we need them for proper functioning in our body! Whether you take them internally, give them to yourself as injections, or use them topically, the end game is for anti-aging. Peptides can help with the aging process as well as for depigmenting skin. Recent