Advances in medical technologies predicted for this decade

Biotech research holds great promise to correct many human flaws including vulnerability to disease and telltale signs of aging. Using stem cells and genetic engineering techniques, scientists are learning to regrow damaged organs, tissues, muscles, and bones to rejuvenate damaged and aging bodies.

The Real Skin Rejuvenation – A DIY Guide

Whether it is the gradual loss of skin tone, wrinkles, fine lines, age spots, sagging skin, or a combination of these concerns, most of us (and by “us” I mean most people on the wrong side of 40) would like to find that magic wand that will reverse all signs of aging. That magic wand is yet to be discovered, but there’s something we can do to delay and even reverse to some extent the damage our lifestyle and the sheer passing of time have done to our skin.

Skin Treatment using 500 years old wisdom

Developed by the monks in the 15th centrury a water that would heal wounds, infections and other skin injuries inflicted in battle. The elixir was prepared by the St. Antoin Monastery in Vercors, France. The local monks called their herb extract Arquebuse Water after the medieval gun.

Sothys Anti-Ageing Shield

We all know that you can’t really go wrong with Sothys skin care, but this great company has introduced its Cosmeceutical Anti-Ageing Shield Creams and Serums. They have created unique, dual-action cream emulsions to address both the primary cause of ageing skin (such as free radicals, sun damage, glycation, etc) and the effect that ageing has on a particular skin (loss of elasticity, fine lines and wrinkles, slow skin cell division, etc).

Black Currant Seed Oil (Ribes nigrum)

This thornless shrub belongs to the red currant family. The leaves and berries are used medicinally. In European folk medicine, black currant once had a considerable reputation for controlling diarrhea, promoting urine output (as a diuretic) and reducing arthritic and rheumatic pains. Black currant oil is a source of gamma-linoleic acid (GLA) to treat a wide range of ailments.

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