By: Mallory Spoor-Baker | Category: Health & Beauty | Issue: June 2011
Dr. Mallory Spoor-Baker and her assistant Robynn Sofield at Advanced Cosmetic Medicine.
I know you read these articles in Value News, so I’m writing this to address as many people as possible. Many of you come to Advanced Cosmetic Medicine to inquire and pursue procedures to improve your skin’s appearance. The majority of these procedures are about improving the surface of the skin and as such are very superficial. I really enjoy my work but I do want people to actually be healthier, too.
The appearance of the skin can be a reflection of your overall health. We all participate in various activities in our lives that are toxic: tanning, alcohol, smoking, bad diets, etc. The byproducts of these toxic activities are free radicals which cause oxidative damage. If we generate more toxins and oxidative damage than our bodies’ immune system can manage, then disease can be the result.
Skin and intestinal cells are good indicators of this toxic/oxidative damage because they are the fastest reproducing cell types in the body. Oxidative damage by free radicals can persist in these cells because of weakness in the immune system. Persistent cell damage can mean cell death (premature aging) or worse, DNA mutation (which can lead to cancerous cells).
So if you are armed with all this information, wouldn’t you want to do all you could to improve your health, thereby improve your skin from the inside out? If you could take a pill that was clinically proven to improve the skin, would you do it? If this same pill was clinically proven in 18 published trials to:
· repair DNA
· improve immune system
· improve circulation
· reduce systemic inflammation
· improve dental health
· be safe for pregnant women
· have no harmful side effects
Would you take it? Would you want your family to take it? If you’d like to know more, call Advanced Cosmetic Medicine at (918) 270-0270.