I often get inquiries from women and men, who want to know about natural cosmetic procedures that really work. They don’t want the cost or risk of surgery (to say nothing of the “pulled” or “overfilled” look). They’re determined to find something safe, non-invasive and effective. Or, they’re tired of the Botox routine-a good thing since new studies show the Botulinum toxin may not stay local and may circulate through the body & liver & and possibly into the brain.
For these patients, I developed the BioLift procedure for their face, neck or any area of the body where the skin needs regeneration. Results from this biorevitalization technique have been outstanding. The increase in collagen production improves skin tone and elasticity, minimizes the appearance of lines, wrinkles, large pores, sagging skin, discoloration, stretch marks and scars. It’s been a beauty boon to people who want something that stimulates the body’s own healing response and regenerative capacities to help fight the effects of aging, sun damage, stress and toxins.
I thoroughly research, highly effective of biotherapeutic medicines and techniques that keep me on the forefront of integrative medicine. I was one of the first U.S. doctors to train in Europe and for almost 2 decades, I have been training U.S. physicians in natural aesthetic medicine to rejuvenate natural collagen-producing mechanisms.
The BioLift is so called because central to the technique are unique natural medicines, injection techniques, medical device applications, low level laser and Platelet Rich Plasma. PRP may mobilize your own stem cells and has been shown to improve skin texture and increase volume via the increased production of collagen and elastin. I recommend a series of 3 sessions, though results can usually be seen within days and patients enjoy the “natural look” after the injections. Patients say their skin appears tighter, healthier and glowing. By helping the body stimulate it’s own production of collagen, the treatments last longer than putting in substances that dissolve over time.