The Link Between Your Heart and Your Skin

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Many people are not aware that having a healthy heart and normal blood pressure can aide in the fight against premature aging and other adult skin issues. Elevated blood pressure can lead to fine lines, wrinkles, sagging skin, and under eye bags. These problems may occur for a few different reasons. High blood pressure causes lack of oxygen to vital organs – such as the skin – and sleep disorders. When the skin cells are lacking oxygen, the skin becomes dry, leading to pronounced wrinkles and lines. Lack of sleep does not allow the skin to naturally heal and repair itself.

 

Overall, maintaining a healthy heart and normal blood pressure is not only important for overall health, but it also plays a big role in appearance. Having a well-balanced, healthy diet, exercising daily, and reducing sodium and alcohol intake can improve blood pressure, leaving clients looking and feeling their best!

 

DermaCenter Medical Spa offers the latest in non-invasive skin care procedures in a private, boutique setting in Rittenhouse Square, Philadelphia. They are proud to offer medical-grade procedures and products that make clients look and feel younger in the tranquility of a beautiful medical spa. All procedures are performed by a board-certified physician or a licensed aesthetician. dermacenter.com

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