Thin Skin

Karen McDougal, Bare Skin Care Model


Dr Bollmann, Anti-Aging and Skin Care Specialist

Have you noticed your skin getting thin, dry and bruising easily? As we age, the skin becomes papery thin, and suffers from a decrease in oil gland activity (which also may cause skin to become dry). 

Largely a function of hormonal decline, the best way to fix this in women is by hormone therapy, specifically bioidentical hormones. These are the same hormones that the body produces.

  • Use natural, not synthetic, agents - all the negatives written about hormone replacement are from using synthetic hormones.
  • Select bioidentical hormones, which the body is able to use safely and efficiently
  • Prescribe proper dosing (as stipulated by laboratory testing for deficits), not supraphysiologic dosing
  • Conduct regular follow-up office visits and lab tests, to monitor progress

In both men and women, however, thin skin can be brought to a normal, healthy level by using Bare Skin Care products, which contain retinol, glycolic acids, and other natural ingredients. And Bare Skin Care can be used on all skin types for any problem, like wrinkles, sun damage, acne, scars, or hyperpigmentation (brown spots).



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