Health & Nutrition

How insulin manages our weight

By Dr Claude Chauchard Almost everyone knows that insulin is an injectable hormone used by diabetics. It controls the level of sugar or carbohydrates in our blood, keeping our blood sugar level at around 1g per litre. What a lot of people are unaware of, however, is the important role […]

Facial “Prejuvenation”

Dr Véronique Gassia  Preventing aging is one of the cornerstones of aesthetic medicine, along with beautification and correction.  Longer life expectancy, scientific advances in the field of epigenetics and the risk factors of aging, and the move towards participative medicine are all arguments for incorporating prevention into all individuals’ health […]

Hormones, stop making life a misery

Véronique Liesse Let’s take a look at a few hormones whose deficiency or excess can speed up the aging process. This list is not exhaustive. Oestrogen: Not just a sex hormone! If any hormone can fight aging in women, its oestrogen! In addition to its known role in reproduction, oestrogen […]

Take back control of your health

Dr Alain Butnaru We live in a chemical-filled atmosphere, steeping in thousands of toxic products every day!  We become impregnated with toxic heavy metals simply by breathing the air around us, and absorb pesticides and other dangerous substances when we eat and when we use hygiene products on our bodies […]

Boost your energy and beauty capital in the winter

Dr Isabelle Meurgey The coldest, rainiest and darkest of the seasons, winter is the ideal time to focus on yourself, reset your body, boost your vital energy, and have some medical aesthetic treatments. Take advantage of the winter months to beautify yourself. A lack of natural sunlight has a considerable impact on our […]

AGE BREAKER COGNITION

Wrinkles, memory loss, same fight. AGE BREAKER tackles brain aging. The skin and the nervous system have a common embryonic origin. Recent studies show that the brain and skin also share the same mechanism of aging: glycation, which results from the attachment of sugars to proteins. Thus, the dermal functions […]