The Future of Beauty and Aesthetics on Phoenix AZ Midday NBC

Today on AZ Midday I discuss new beauty trends and super-charged ingredients with the gorgeous Destry Jetton. First off let’s chat lasers. Non-invasive treatments are the future with minimal downtime, zero cutting and quick procedures. Halo by Sciton is the first laser treatment that targets both top and bottom layers of the skin addressing multiple aging skin issues at the same time. Halo works on pore size, brown spots, sun damage and rejuvenating skin tone. I’ve had the treatment on both my face and my chest and it was extremely comfortable, especially compared to other heat or laser devices I’ve tried. Cost varies but average about $1,300 per treatment. To find a doctor near you visit the doctor finder here.

Ever heard or photolyases? Probably not, but you’ll start hearing a lot more about this natural occurring enzyme in the very near future. Especially when it comes to sun care. Photolyases is found in some algae, plants and animals that are exposed to extreme sunlight and UV. Photolyases is not present in humans, instead we have a less efficient repair mechanism happening. Thanks to a Barcelona brand called ISDIN, we now can topically apply DNA Repairsomes, a complex encapsulating photolyases enzymes with ISDIN Eryfotona Actinica Ultralight Emulsion. The broad spectrum SPF 50+ protects and heals skin from UVB/UVA protection.

Anti-aging may be a taboo word according to Allure Magazine, but not in my world. I welcome all products that help reverse the signs of time and there are plenty of them to choose from. What’s trending in the category? Anti-aging haircare, and Alterna’s Caviar Repair Multi-Vitamin Heat Protection Spray is what cosmetic chemistry experts call the most advanced protein replenishment technology available to hair. This spray protects hair from heat styling up to 450 degrees while restoring hydration and strength. The proprietary blend of proteins now as “strand building proteins” mimics hairs natural ceramides and replaces gaps or tears when applied to damaged strands.

What’s trending in apps? Pretty much everything but one that caught our attention is Arivale. The site and app basically help you learn what you are genetically predisposition to. So if you are sensitive to carbs and want to lose weight, one saliva test can line you up with the know all and also provide the coaching via a dietician to get you on the right, healthy track. The data driven wellness and personal coaching is honestly amazing and couldn’t be easier. Take a look at the site and choose from the three programs they offer. Right now there’s a promo for 70% off the weight loss test. I know I’ll be signing up asap!

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