Bare Skin Care - Fix THIN Skin

by Charles Bollmann June 25, 2013

Bare Skin Care Patient

Sin of the Skin: Thin Skin

As we age, the skin becomes papery thin, and suffers from a decrease in oil gland activity (which also may cause skin to become dry).  This thin skin exposes us to even more sun damage, a major source of skin aging. 

 Largely a function of hormonal decline, you may benefit from a hormone replacement regimen.  Consult an anti-aging physician, who will follow these guiding principles to design your hormone replacement therapy (HRT) regimen:

  • Use natural, not synthetic, agents
  • Select bioidentical hormones, which the body is able to use safely and efficiently
  • Prescribe proper dosing (as stipulated by laboratory testing for deficits), not supraphysiologic dosing
  • Conduct regular follow-up office visits and lab tests, to monitor progress 

If your problem is thin skin, then our Bare Skin Care Basic Program (6 products) or Program for Wrinkles (8 products) will return it to its' normal texture. Both are on sale and come with full instructions for use. And all Bare Skin products are guaranteed.


 

 
Charles Bollmann
Charles Bollmann


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