ATnT Anti-Aging March-April 2011: Staying Youthful

Posted: March 13, 2011 at 3:47 pm

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Aesthetic Trends & Technologies
March-April 2011
Anti-Aging Department

Staying Youthful

PREVENTION AND MAINTENANCE

By Gerald Imber, M.D.

While we cannot stop the aging process, there are many things we can do to protect and maintain our youthful, good looks for decades. Scientific information and years of clinical experience have shown that daily care can help retain the firmness, radiance, and beauty of the skin. Self help and small procedures, done earlier, can help maintain a youthful appearance longer.

Prevention and maintenance should be the industry standard to combat early signs of aging, and the best time to start prevention is before changes have begun. Young adults must learn to avoid accelerating aging and retard its progress for a lifetime of looking good.

PREVENTION
There are many factors that are within our control, and prevention begins with looking at the effects our lifestyle has on the aging process. Changing small habits that do not require the soul of a zealot or the self-denial of a Buddhist monk can reduce the insults to your skin. It is important to simply make an effort to not make things worse. Doing things that result in older looking, sagging skin should be avoided. Smoking results in the loss of elasticity, sagging, and wrinkles. Gaining and losing weight repeatedly has a negative effect because skin that does not respond to weight loss by shrinking looks loose, empty, and haggard. Nutrition also plays a key factor in prevention. Good health may not always be reflected in one’s appearance, but overweight and out of shape is not attractive. It is important to avoid significant weight gain and to lose weight…READ ON - Click Here to Download Full Article

About Dr. Imber
Gerald Imber, M.D., (http://www.drimber.com) is prepared to help an entire generation of patients to look their best. He is one of the world’s leading plastic surgeons with decades of experience in plastic surgery and facial rejuvenation. He has authored numerous scientific papers and given lectures on prevention and correction of facial aging, written several books about the care and maintenance of a youthful appearance, including the revolutionary best-selling, anti-aging manual, The New Youth Corridor, and created a skin care line featured in magazines such as W and Harper’s Bazaar that deliverslarge doses of antioxidants for proven results: http://www.youthcorridor.com.

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