Amy Forman Taub, MD quoted in Washington County Pilot-Tribune & Enterprise: Say 'I Do' To Smoother Skin

July 1, 2016
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Washington County Pilot-Tribune & Enterprise
"Say 'I Do' To Smoother Skin"
July 1, 2016
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"(BPT) - Planning a wedding is pretty stressful for everyone — brides, grooms, parents, and sometimes the entire bridal party. Looking your best on the big day — one that will be forever immortalized in photos and videos — can contribute to your stress level.

After you say yes to the dress, it may be time to hit the rewind button on your skin to look glowing in time for the rehearsal dinner.

Many skin resurfacing options involve swelling, bruising, incisions, and a steep price tag. In addition, it may not be so easy to take time out of your busy schedule to recover from an invasive treatment. The fittings, tastings and all the other appointments can make wedding planning feel like a full-time job! You may also not want anyone to know that you have had something done.

Meet a bride’s new BFF — Pellevé RF Wrinkle Reduction. This FDA cleared method for reducing creases in the skin uses radiofrequency energy to heat tissues and smooth fines lines and wrinkles. The key to improving the appearance of slack skin without undergoing a surgical facelift lies in stimulating the production of new collagen. Collagen is the main protein that gives skin the supple, elastic qualities most associated with youth, and its supply dwindles with advancing age.

“Pellevé works by sending steady, gradual radiofrequency energy deep into the skin,” says Amy Taub, MD, a dermatologist with Advanced Dermatology in Lincolnshire, Illinois. “The heat that builds up between the skin and the fat cells causes the collagen to contract and stimulates the production of new collagen over time. This results in smoother and younger looking skin." Read Full Article.