Aging Skin

As you age, your skin shows all the years of abuse.

Eventually, your skin will show the effects of every cigarette you have ever smoked and every minute you spent in the sun without protection. Every stressful day and every sleepless night you had during your youth will begin to show up.

Basically, as you age, your skin loses its ability to produce collagen and elastin. You start holding on to the outer dead layers longer, so your skin takes on a dull gray appearance.

Here are a few behavioural skin tips you should consider:

  • Stop Smoking: I know, you've heard it all before. But cigarette smoke is just as bad for your skin as it is your lungs and heart. Research shows that cigarette smoke is a major cause of dry and wrinkled skin. Cigarette smoke depletes your body of Vitamin C, which is really crucial in keeping skin plump, young and moist.
  • Get More Sleep: Even teenagers and 20-somethings will show the effects of insufficient sleep on their skin. As you age, bags under your eyes show up even more.
    Protect your skin:   A tan may look nice, but being unprotected in the sun can lead to coarse leathery skin.

The 3 D's of Aging Skin

  • Deterioration: as we age we make less and less collagen and elastin. Skin becomes thinner, weaker, and less able to rebound after stretching.
  • Deflation: we lose tissue, primarily fat but also muscle and even bone, under the skin. Our faces basically shrink and the skin is too big, so it looks saggy.
  • Descent: take the first two D's and add gravity and you have descent, the formation of deep folds, jowls, and other sagging.

Aging Skin Solutions

Second Chance Facial Rejuvenation®

Second Chance Facial Rejuvenation® addresses all of the D's of aging skin, in a holistic total body focused approach.

Nerve Blockers:
Nerve Blockers interfere with signals from nerves to muscles, which relaxes them and results in a loss of dynamic wrinkles.

Cosmeceuticals are cosmetics with pharmaceutical properties.

Chemical Peels:
Chemical Peels work in part by producing a chemical injury to the skin. This injury triggers healing mechanisms within the skin. There are three categories of peels: superficial, medium, and deep.

More choices are available with radio frequency skin tightening, skin resurfacing, fillers, and in extreme cases you may wish to have a surgical procedure.

Upcoming Courses

  • Level One

    June 2, 2018

    In Level one you will learn everything you need to know to do a complete facial rejuvenation treatment.

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  • Level Two

    May 31, 2018

    In Level two you will learn how to treat additional conditions and earn more per hour. Must have completed Level One.

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  • I did a facial rejuvenation treatment on a new client today. At the end of her appointment she said "Wow, that was pure bliss". What a great way to start the week. I love what I do and thanks to Carla and Bill for sharing this protocol. -Lisa Norman
  • The most dramatic changes were around the eye area and the jaw line. The texture of the skin also became more refined, the pores less defined. The facial creams and the essential oils are wonderful and the TMJ massage is awesome.-J.H
  • Reduction of deeper wrinkles around eyes and mouth, better skin tone, upper eyelids lifted making eyes look larger, a great experience! Rated experience 9/10 for satisfaction.-S.E