Synchroderm Plus: Pumping Up for Plumpy Skin

Once in a while, you need to take a break from all the stress that the world throws upon you. Stress is your body’s way of responding to any kind of demand or threat. Your nervous system responds by releasing a flood of stress hormones, including adrenaline and cortisol, when you feel threatened. This causes the body to be stimulated for emergency action.
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Stress affects skin tone

The skin is affected by the release of hormones in the human body. Skin problems or skin disorders are caused by stress or anxiety. Anxiety can also cause skin to turn red or pink around the head or face, as more blood flows in that direction. Any remarkable change in the skin tone is not caused by stress, but the skin texture is noticeably different.

The dull skin tone, on the other hand, is a result of loss in elasticity and moisture. The continuing stress at home or at workplace shows signs of skin breakdown as it stops producing regenerating cells. As an effect, fresh cells reach the skin’s outer part.

What better way is there than to unwind and relax while having a more vibrant and radiant skin?
wrinkles? dark circles? freckles? oily skin? uneven skin tone? dry skin? loose skin? open pores?

 

Why not try the Synchroderm treatment?

Synchroderm Plus treats WRINKLES, LOOSE SKIN, LARGE OPEN PORES, SKIN REDNESS, DARK SKIN and DARK CIRCLES under the eyes through laser diffusion.

The treatment only takes about 20 to 30 minutes. There is no downtine, wearing of makeup is allowed immediately after the treatment. Washing of the face is allowed the day after the treatment.It is advised to have one to two treatments per month to achieve maximum results. Desired results will be visible two to three months after the treatment.

Feel RENEWED and INVIGORATED! Have a FRESH START with an UNBLEMISHED SKIN. Be MORE EQUIPPED to take on the world with a RECHARGED YOU!

Get back to BLISS and BLOSSOM YOUR WAY to a more FUN-FILLED AND MEANINGFUL LIFE!

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