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ENEO ADVANCED

A revolutionary, professional, FDA cleared class II anti-aging medical device that provides immediate improvements with long lasting results on face & body. This noninvasive, clinically tested, dermatologist recommended medical device, dramatically changes the way anti-aging treatments have been performed for the past 15 years.

This unique second-generation technology gives you immediate and long lasting anti-aging results clearing almost any impurity in skin appearance: fine lines, wrinkles, pigmentation, enlarged pore size and discoloration, can now be targeted immediately.
ENEO uses dual wavelengths of 633 and 830 nanometers with precise penetration to the dermis, enhancing the anti-aging treatment by use of micro pulse therapy, 24 karat gold and detox blue light; it may be used on any area of the skin.
These combined technologies ensure sustainable skin rejuvenation results with minimum effort, zero side effects and no allergies.
Clinically tested, safe, effective, and dermatologists recommended, suitable for all skin types and tones.


THE IVORY

Ivory is an FDA cleared device that is clinically proven and dermatologist recommended • Ivory uses blue light phototherapy and topical heat, to disinfect, detoxify and eliminate toxins under the skin • The Ivory eliminates bacteria trapped under the skin’s surface, reducing redness and inflammation, and minimizing pores, ultimately revealing a smoother, healthier complexion • Ivory’s blue light device increases blood flow to the treated area providing proteins, nutrients and oxygen to naturally heal and improve the skin’s appearance
• Stress, natural oils, hormones and toxins in the air cause congestion under the skin. Bacteria accumulates over time and causes the skin’s surface to have tiny raised bumps, black heads or cysts
• The Ivory eliminates dirt buildup under the skin that can also cause the pores to appear larger
• The ivory is painless and safe to use in the comfort of your own home


Heliocare

The number one rule for younger-looking skin: protect your largest organ from the sun, since ultraviolet (UV) light breaks down the extracellular matrix in between your cells and speeds up aging, says Nava Greenfield, M.D., a dermatologist at Schweiger Dermatology Group in New York City. That’s why she recommends an anti-aging supplement that contains an extract from a Central American fern known as Polypodium leucotomos — it’s been shown to increase the amount of time it takes for the skin to burn from the sun’s harmful rays, reports the American Academy of Dermatology (AAD).


ZINC

This essential trace mineral is most known for boosting immune system function and aiding in wound healing, but both Dr. Skotnicki and Dr. Greenfield say it may also protect the skin from UV damage. Research published in the Journal of Nutrition found that a zinc deficiency in rats led to impairments in DNA repair caused by free radicals, which can speed the aging process.
Of course, these findings don’t necessarily translate from rats to humans, but it does encourage further study. Especially since a review published in Pathobiology of Aging & Age Related Diseases concluded that, while the current evidence on zinc’s efficacy is limited, what is available looks promising.
Suggested serving: The National Institutes of Health (NIH) states that adults should not exceed more than 40mg of zinc per day.


Coenzyme Q10

This essential trace mineral is most known for boosting immune system function and aiding in wound healing, but both Dr. Skotnicki and Dr. Greenfield say it may also protect the skin from UV damage. Research published in the Journal of Nutrition found that a zinc deficiency in rats led to impairments in DNA repair caused by free radicals, which can speed the aging process.
Of course, these findings don’t necessarily translate from rats to humans, but it does encourage further study. Especially since a review published in Pathobiology of Aging & Age Related Diseases concluded that, while the current evidence on zinc’s efficacy is limited, what is available looks promising.
Suggested serving: The National Institutes of Health (NIH) states that adults should not exceed more than 40mg of zinc per day.

Also referred to as CoQ10, this antioxidant compound — which the body naturally produces to help convert food into energy — has some science that suggests it may help reduce wrinkles and improve the texture of the skin, Dr. Skotnicki says. For example, a 2018 medical review published in the journal Frontiers in Physiology found CoQ10 supplements may alleviate age-related issues, including an increase in oxidative stress (damage in the tissues and cells caused by the environment) brought on by a CoQ10 deficiency. A small study published in BioJournals also had 33 adults take a daily supplement for 12 weeks (either 50mg or 150mg), resulting in “significantly reduced wrinkles” and an improvement in skin smoothness. 
Suggested serving: There isn’t currently an established recommended dietary allowance (RDA) , and not everyone is deficient in CoQ10 so you may not even need to take a supplement. (Remember, the body naturally produces the antioxidant, though that process does slow down as you age). Also, while the Mayo Clinic has labeled this supplement as “generally safe,” there can be potentially harmful side effects, including blood clots, so be sure to talk to your doctor to make sure it’s right for you.


Collagen Peptides

There are two amino acids in the protein collagen — proline and glycine — that are essential for the formation and repair of joints, bones, muscles, and tendons, Dr. Bowe says. 
But they also help skin retain its firm appearance. A study published in Skin Pharmacology and Physiology evaluated the effects of collagen peptides on the skin of nearly 70 women, and found that those who consumed between 2.5 and 5 grams of collagen for either four or eight weeks showed a significant improvement in skin elasticity compared to those who took a placebo.
Suggested serving: While the body has the ability to process up to 30 grams of protein every few hours, Dr. Bowe suggests tossing one tablespoon of a collagen powder into a smoothie, coffee, or soup.


Vitamin C


Everyone touts vitamin C for its abilities to ward off colds and flu, but this potent antioxidant may also improve skin’s texture and appearance. Sometimes referred to as ascorbic acid, Dr. Bowe says it stimulates collagen production that can, in turn, help reduce fine lines that may have been brought on by environmental stressors, like sun and heat exposure or pollution.
While it’s well known that topical treatments can have a skin brightening effect, scientists are now digging into the efficacy of supplements. Small preliminary studies suggest that high doses may treat skin discoloration when delivered intravenously, and researchers found an association between consuming more vitamin C (along with more omega-6 fatty acids and less saturated fat) and fewer wrinkles and crepey skin. 
Suggested serving: The NIH says that the RDA varies by age, but adult women are advised to consume at least 75mg of vitamin C each day, with the tolerable upper intake topping out at 2,000mg. Dr. Bowe recommends patients take a daily supplement of 1,000mg.