Dr. John M. Sarbak is always on the lookout for the next great anti-aging breakthrough. He believes it is imperative to make sure that these products are safe. Currently, Dr. Sarbak is investigating very intriguing studies involving resveratrol, ubiquinol, Vit D3, and melatonin. These substances may provide a starting point to chemically alter the aging process. Stay tuned!!
Nia® is a relatively new skin care line that relies upon a micronized form of niacin which penetrates the cell much better than previous preparations. Nia® has been recognized by the Skin Cancer Foundation as being protective against cancerous changes due to sun exposure. It also builds collagen and can improve areas of pigment irregularities. Many of our patients appreciate that this system only involves a few steps.
In clinical studies at the 90 day mark: 90% of patients showed a reduction in hyperpigmentation, 82% improved skin texture, 81% increased skin smoothness, 80% improved skin tone, 68% reduction in fine lines and wrinkles, and 53% improved firmness.
M.D. FORTÉ® allows Dr. Sarbak and his team to develop a personalized skin care regimen that’s just right for you. Your M.D. FORTÉ® regimen can help you attain: Visibly smoother and softer skin, diminished appearance of fine lines and wrinkles, increased skin hydration for a softer feel, balanced skin tone, and improvement in oily or acne-prone skin.
Research is starting to show that the ingredients that you can’t readily pronounce in sunscreens can actually be converted into hormone derivatives and cause some unintended effects once they enter your bloodstream. Currently the “reflective” agents: titanium and zinc are the only ones that Dr. Sarbak recommends. DCL contains both and is pleasantly waterproof. It also spreads out nicely to avoid looking like your lifeguard’s nose. It took Dr. Sarbak six years to find this product, and he uses it regularly.
There is new information coming out about the potential unfavorable effects of parabens which are found in almost every cream on the market. “Stay tuned,” Dr. Sarbak will keep you abreast of the latest developments.