Did you heard of apple stem cell technology? It’s part of a growing movement toward noninvasive anti-aging procedures. Many swear by the therapy as a way to rejuvinate the skin. So how does it work?
First a bit of history. In 18th-century Switzerland a rare type of apple tree was cultivated. Its apples, called Uttwiler Spätlaube, are known for having a remarkably long shelf-life.
The apples contain highly active stem cells; plant stem cells, like human stem cells, have the ability to regenerate other cells. Scientists extracted the stem cells from the fruit, incorporated 10 percent medical-grade oxygen, and created a therapeutic face cream.
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Celebrities have already discovered the benefits of the stem cell extract derived from a special Swiss Apple.Vogue magazine reported Michele Obama using a Swiss Apple Stem Cell Serum costing over $300.00. Helen Mirren and Gwyneth Paltrow are also reported users.
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The Swiss Apple stem cell extract has it’s origins in Switzerland where scientists have extracted stem cells from the rare Uttwiler Spatlauber Swiss Apple which stimulates the skin’s epidermal cells, bringing “new life” and energy to the epidermis to promote healthier new skin cells.
“It could be the most important skin care discovery in years”, according to many skin care Experts.
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5 Major Benefits of Apple Stem Cell Serum:
- It clears out the wrinkles
The apple stem cell serum helps the skin to produce new skin cells while repairing those that have been damaged by the UV rays. The stem cells help to reverse the forming wrinkles by producing more elastin and collagen. This way the skin cell beauty and regrowth is enhanced thereby tightening the skin.
- It gives you a healthy glow
Unlike most of the apple stem cell serum products in the market right now, Swiss Apple Stem Cell Serum 3000 leaves your skin supple and with a natural glow. It is not greasy, sticky, or shiny at all. It is light on the skin and can be applied under makeup and other creams.
- It evens out your skin tone.
Our skin is exposed to a lot of impurities and toxins which damage the skin cell beauty. In addition, some of the skin care products we invest in sometimes contain harsh chemicals that damage the skin cell beauty and alter cell rejuvenation.
Mileox Apple Stem Cell Serum starts off by hydrating the skin and enhancing the skin cell beauty by fighting the free radicals. It ensures skin cell beauty by speeding up new cell turnover. It can be applied to the most affected areas of the skin and results are visible almost immediately.
- It is natural
Mileox apple stem cell serum is made from natural ingredients and poses no harm to any skin type. It is probably the easiest stem cell therapy yet.
- It is is affordable
You can enjoy a youthful skin without denting your bank account. Mileox Pro Infutox is very affordable. It’s like stem cell therapy only cheaper and without the injections. It is the most inexpensive skin cell beauty method.
LED treatments—whether full-body beds at the salon or powerful handheld devices for at-home treatments—are the unsung heroes of non-invasive skincare. Boasting reviews from Susan Sarandon and Kate Winslet, swears by LED light treatment to reduce wrinkles and build collagen long-term.
WHAT ARE LED LIGHTS?
LED (Light-Emitting Diode) lights were essentially used only for bedside alarm clocks and camera battery alert lights when they were first mass-produced in the 60s, because a combination of low energy and the fact that they could only emit red, green, or yellow light restricted their usability.
Later on NASA notices an increase in plant growth under a certain wavelength of light. They think: if plants, why not skin? NASA began experimenting with LEDs to speed the healing of wounds, because in zero-gravity situations wounds don’t quite heal as fast as they would otherwise. Test results were positive, and research developed into skin cancer treatment and cosmetic arenas. In other words: if it’s good enough for NASA, it’s good enough for us.
HOW DO LEDS WORK?
LED lights used in skincare are infrared, amber, red, and blue. Amber purportedly builds new collagen and elastin, red reduces inflammation and promotes circulation, blue destroys acne-causing bacteria, and infrared accelerates skin recovery. The lights are often combined to create an all-in-one experience, but they can also be used exclusively to target certain concerns.
LEDs send these light waves deep into the skin, and in the same way plants use chlorophyll to convert sunlight into plant tissue, LEDs can trigger natural intracellular reactions. Meaning your skin responds to the wavelengths—particularly red, in this case—by building, strengthening, and maximizing cellular structure. Red light is also believed to target oil glands to reduce cytokines, which cause inflammation and play a role in chronic acne.
In the case of blue light, specific wavelengths stimulate production of oxygen radicals that kill P. Acnes bacteria, all without damaging skin.
This is the main attraction for LED treatments: the light doesn’t heat the skin, like a tanning bed, so there is no thermal damage. There’s also no burning, like lasers, and no removal of skin, like acid peels, to stimulate re-growth—without external damage of any kind, the light does its work on your skin completely painlessly.
According to Joanna Vargas, “LED light therapy is simply the best thing that has ever happened in the beauty industry. It builds collagen in quantifiable percentages and corrects surface damage like sun damage, wrinkles, and large pores. These were all issues that could only previously be corrected with a laser or chemical peel. But now I can give my clients a series of LED light therapy facials without any side effects and see significant results.”
USING LEDS AT HOME VS. AT YOUR AESTHETICIAN’S OFFICE
The flipside to this non-damaging wonder treatment is that long-term dedication to LED light therapy is required for substantial collagen building plus acne and inflammation reduction. A recommended in-office regimen will change based on your needs and what your dermatologist or aesthetician uses, light-wise, but in general a two-week period of nearly daily exposure is necessary, with bi-monthly follow-up visits. The short treatments can be scheduled during your lunch break (15 minutes can be enough), but the cost will rack up: per treatment, expect to spend $150-$300 or more per session.
If you can’t always make it to the facialist, or if you’d like to maintain treatments between visits, investing in an at-home LED device is a smart move. But what’s the best way to make this decision, and how can you tell these devices apart? We’ll give you a quick run-down.
HOW-TO, ACCORDING TO MICHELLE PHAN
Michelle Phan is an easily glamorous YouTube entrepreneur made famous by her beautiful skin and makeup skills—she told Charlotte’s Book how she incorporates LED treatment in her skincare arsenal: “When I first started using it, I used it every night for two weeks straight and noticed improvement right away. After two weeks, I reduced the frequency to three times a week and after two months, once a week. My skin has better clarity and it feels firmer (due to increased collagen production).”
Of course, like every skincare product, whether serum or cream or device, dedication is key. Being consistent with your at-home treatments can sometimes be difficult when you don’t have to be somewhere. Devote a 20 minute time slot 1-2 times a week.
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You’ve probably heard you’re supposed to drink at least eight 8-ounce glasses of water daily. But the classic advice is not the end-all-be-all of water intake. In fact, it’s pretty misleading.
“Fluid requirements vary among individuals based on age, sex, activity level, and even where you live,” Jessica Fishman Levinson, M.S., R.D., C.D.N., founder of nutrition counseling company. Your personal fluid requirements also can vary each day, depending on the other things you’re doing, eating, and drinking.
The Institute of Medicine recommends that women get 2.7 liters—that’s 11 cups—of water per day. Note, they don’t say you need to drink 11 cups of water a day. That includes all sources of water—from a basic glass of tap, to a cup of coffee, to the water content of the foods you eat.
All fluids count toward your daily intake, not just plain old H20.
According to the Mayo Clinic, the benchmark should really say “eight 8-ounce glasses of fluid,” not water, because drinking things like milk, tea, and juice contribute to your total. “Good options for hydration without added calories are waters infused with fruit and herbs, unsweetened tea, and sparkling water,” Levinson says.
So does the water you get from the foods you eat.
“Your body absorbs water in foods just like it would liquids,” Levinson says. Many fruits and vegetables have high water content. Some good options: watermelon (duh), cucumbers, lettuce, celery, tomatoes,strawberries, oranges, and grapefruit. Even soup, Jell-O, and ice pops count as fluid.
On the flip side, some foods and drinks can increase how much water you need.
“Foods with a diuretic effect, such as alcohol and asparagus, may cause you to excrete more water so you may need more,” Levinson says. If you eat high-sodium foods, your body likely will retain more water, leaving you thirstier. Drinking more fluids will help dilute your system and get fluids moving regularly again.
Since you’re not always keeping track of sources of fluids, the best way is by how your body feels.
If you’re thirsty, your body’s telling you that you need more water. “You might already be dehydrated,” Levinson says. Another good way to determine your fluid status is by taking a peek inside the toilet after you pee. “If your urine is light yellow, you’re probably getting enough fluids. If it’s dark or smells strongly, you probably need more water.”
Some of the signs of dehydration are fairly obvious—but others aren’t.
If you’re thirsty, you should drink. That’s a no-brainer. But did you know that hunger can also be a sign of thirst? Thirst and hunger cues come from the same part of the brain, so it’s easy to confuse the two. If you feel hungry even when you know you’ve eaten enough, there’s a good chance your body’s actually telling you it needs water, not food.
It’s also important to make a conscious effort to drink more whenever you’re getting sweaty.
Along with food, water is the fuel that powers your workouts. As you sweat, you’re literally losing water, and you have to replenish it as you go. Aim to drink one or two cups of water before you exercise, and sip about a half to one cup of water every 15 minutes while you’re working out. If you’re sweating really hard, or if you’re out in the heat, you might need more—listen to your body.
LED therapy was originally developed to accelerate the healing of surgical scars and other wounds and is now used to rejuvenate aging, problematic or dull skin.
LED means light-emitting diode. “It works by emitting infrared lights (causing heat) in different wavelengths/ spectrum, which have different skincare benefits. Amber light stimulates collagen and elastin. Red light is most commonly used to promote circulation. White light penetrates the deepest and works to tighten and reduce inflammation. Blue light kills bacteria.
During LED therapy, devices send light waves deep into the skin to trigger natural intra-cellular reactions. Depending on the light, your skin is going to respond differently. If [the light is] red, your skin responds by building, strengthening, and maximizing cellular structure. Red light is also believed to target oil glands to reduce cytokines, which cause inflammation and play a role in chronic acne. In the case of blue light, specific wavelengths stimulate production of oxygen radicals that kill P. acnes bacteria, all without damaging skin.
LED light treatments is used for:
- Diminish the appearance of fine lines, wrinkles and age spots
- Improves uneven skin tone
- Helps tighten large pores
- Promotes collagen regeneration
- Brightening the skin
- Rejuvenating dull skin
Different wavelengths or colors penetrate different layers of the skin, and therefore have a variety of uses.
Red: For healing; burns, scars, acne scarring. Red light stimulates collagen and accelerates healing. Red light penetrates deeply and has a range of benefits – from texture/tone, to acne and ageing.
Yellow: For hyper pigmentation (uneven skin tone), darkness under the eyes, and smoothing complexion.
Green: Good for reducing redness, rosacea, puffiness and deep seated acne.
Blue: Good for acne or prevent breakouts by killing the acne-causing bacteria. Shrinks sebaceous glands, cold sores, bee stings and rashes.
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When you’re trying to slim down, winter can be a tricky time of year to stay on track.
Here, five expert-backed strategies to help you fend off cold-weather weight gain like a champ:
USE THE COLD TEMPS TO YOUR ADVANTAGE
When the temperature drops, so does our motivation to exercise. Sure, snow squalls have a way of adding drama to even the simplest of errands, but they can also do your body good—activities like shoveling snow, scraping ice off your windshield, power-walking down a poorly-plowed street, and having a snowball fight with bae can burn major calories, not to mention rev up your metabolism and promote insulin sensitivity (which can help quash sugar cravings), says Florida-based registered dietitian Alyssa Cohen, R.D.
EXPAND YOUR FRUIT AND VEGGIE CONSUMPTION
Once your go-to farmers market shuts down for the season (sobs), the lack of easily accessible produce in the winter may cause you to reach for more convenience foods, like salty snacks or baked goods, especially as supermarkets start putting out their holiday spread. However, there are plenty of nutrient-dense—and super-tasty—fruits and veggies available when it’s chilly, says Cohen. Greatest hits include Brussels sprouts, cabbage, kale, and many citrus fruits.
Not a fan of what’s in-season? Don’t fret: Opt for frozen out-of-season fruits and veggies, which are just as nutritious since they’re frozen at peak freshness.
DON’T FORGET TO HYDRATE
“Hydration can fall by the wayside during the colder months when we’re sweating less and focused on staying warm. However, drinking water before a meal may help reduce total energy intake and assist with portion control—both of which are important for weight loss.
Also, remember that meeting your hydration needs doesn’t always have to be done with cold water: Stave off the shivers by flavoring hot water with in-season fruit, such as orange slices, or frozen out-of-season berries.
SOUP UP YOUR FAVE COMFORT FOODS
Comfort foods are another way we cope with sub-zero temperatures. And nothing beats soups and stews—but not all are created equal, especially when weight loss is your goal.
Skip the heavy, creamy options (think: broccoli and cheddar) and go for a broth or tomato-based soup that’s loaded with veggies. As for stews, these tend to be loaded with carbs (potatoes, corn, rice, pasta). Cutting the carbs and boosting the protein content of your recipes by adding meat, fish, or tofu, lowers insulin levels in the body, which can help prevent extra fat storage.
FOCUS MORE ON HEALTH—AND LESS ON WEIGHT
Losing the visual cues associated with weight management can actually work to your advantage, giving you the chance to focus on how you want to feel instead.
“Those who want to change certain behaviors because it’s genuinely important to them tend to have more success than those who are rewarded through external sources, like wanting to be a certain size,” says Cohen. When you’re bundled up, you might find it easier to focus on the little things that can help you reach your goals—such as increasing your veggie intake or adding more steps to your day—and lead to major weight and body-composition change, she adds.
Show winter who’s boss by strutting outside in your coziest attire and maintaining your status-quo activity levels. And instead of lazing around your pad after a long, chilly week, amp up your calorie burn through winter sports, like cross-country skiing or ice-skating. Your metabolism will thank you.
Could drinking coffee help with weight loss? To jump ahead, we’re excited to report that after speaking to a registered dietitian and a physician that it is possible. Which is good, considering our affinity for a cup (or three) of Starbucks daily.
“The caffeine in coffee can help boost your metabolism in the short-term,” says registered dietitian Dara Godfrey with an emphasis on can. “As a stimulant, it can help signal fat cells to break down fat. It can also help you eat less during mealtime by reducing the feelings of hunger.” But as all good things must come to an end, Dara tells us that as time goes on, coffee drinkers may become less sensitive to the effects of caffeine.
So how should you drink your coffee, and just how much for it to be effective? Drink two to three cups before 3 p.m. and try to have it black (without milk, cream, or sugar). We recommend drinking it before a workout to help give you an energy boost. Skip the pre-workout drinks with tons of artificial sweeteners that have been shown to increase appetite and kill your flora (good bacteria). Have a cup of coffee before you exercise, as it will give you the energy you need and also improve fat burning when your body wants to burn fat most.
This is how it works, “Adiponectin is a hormone your body uses to burn fat, sugar, increase metabolism and suppress hunger. Coffee intake has been shown to increase this fat-burning hormone in women, especially in habitual daily coffee drinkers.” It’s important to note that too much coffee can increase stress hormones and weight retention in women. Keep your coffee intake to less than four cups (6 oz.) daily. Also bear in mind to avoid coffee if you experience PMS, bloating, or weight gain during your period. “Coffee can cause muscle cramping, can irritate your intestines, contributing to more bloating and inflammation.
For the purpose of weight loss try intermittent fasting and coffee is when you fast 12 to 16 plus hours, giving your gut a break and letting your body run on the stored fat and sugar. Having coffee during your fast will not only cut your hunger and cravings, but it will force your body to pull from those stubborn fat cells, especially if you have coffee during the last few hours of your fast. If dinner was at 8 p.m, then have your coffee when you wake up, and then wait two more hours before eating to let your body work on the fat burning process. This works best if you keep carbs intake low.
Have you tried drinking coffee before exercising? Did it give you a boost? Please share in the comments below!
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The use of LED light treatments on skin has become quite popular over the past few years. It is safe and clinically proven to improve the skin texture and solve many skin problems.
So, do LED light treatments really work?
To many people, yes it works and they see results within just 2 or 3 days after the treatment. They usually get their treatments in spas where they will use 4 different types of LED light for the treatment. Different LED lights will have different wavelengths which will have different functions. Blue is for destroying acne and bacteria, amber is to build new collagen and elastin, infrared is to accelerate skin recovery, and red (most popular) is to reduce inflammation and promote circulation.
Why use LED light and what do they do to your skin?
Some people would fear that using LED light would have the opposite effect and damage their skin. The truth is, LED light is very safe if you know how to use it properly. The risk is very little (if any), and has no side effects. It helps to penetrate your skin products deep into your skin without any pain. It also speeds up the effects of your skincare products making you see the results quicker.
Red LED light is most popular among home users. It easily penetrates the skin, boosts circulation and bringing more blood and nutrients to the treated areas. It also helps stimulating collagen and elastin, and repairing damaged cells. The deep penetration is beneficial in treating skin problems such as wrinkles and fine lines, blemishes and redness, age spots and hyperpigmentation and acne scars. It is great for anti-aging and suitable for all skin types.
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When it comes to the healthiest beverages, Green Tea will definitely make it to the top of the list. It is loaded with antioxidants that are beneficial to our health. Many studies have found that green tea also has an impact on fat burning and losing weight too! It is one of the natural ways of losing weight while keeping a regular diet. The consumption of green tea is getting more and more popular due to the fact that it is healthy and at the same time helps people, if not lose, maintain their weight.
What makes the green tea so powerful? It’s the massive range of antioxidants called catechins. Among these antioxidants, the most important one is epigallocatechin gallate (EGCG), a substance that can help boost metabolism. Although it has caffeine, a cup of green tea contains about 20-25% less caffeine than a cup of coffee. This makes green tea healthier than coffee.
How does it help to lose weight? The EGCG can inhibit an enzyme that breaks down the hormone, norepinephrine, which is used to signal fat cells to break down fat. The increase of norepinephrine will therefore, lead to a stronger signal being sent to the fat cells and more fat will be broken down. The release of fat into the bloodstream will make it available as energy. This is how green tea will increase your metabolism.
If you want to lose weight and burn fat faster, take green tea extracts before you exercise. A study has shown that men who took green tea extracts and exercise burned 17% more fat than men who didn’t. But what’s great and amazing about green tea is, it also helps you burn calories while you’re resting too! Green tea will help burn 3-4% extra calories per day for a person who burns 2000 calories a day. Isn’t this awesome?! Staying fit while maintaining your regular diet and also helps you burn fat too!
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