Premature Aging


Cellulite is a condition that created lumpy dimpled flesh on the body. Causes of cellulite involve the inflammation of the fat and connective tissues that lie beneath the skin. Some of the factors that can contribute to the formation of this condition are hormone imbalance, aging skin, environmental factors, and an unhealthy diet.

Fine Lines and Wrinkles

Wrinkles and fine lines on the skin are believed to be one of the telling signs of aging. Wrinkles can either be due to aging and can also be preventable. These most commonly appear on the face, neck, hands, and other parts of the body. The progressive loss of collagen as one age is contributed by certain causes such as poor skincare habits, genetic factors, environmental and lifestyle factors like sun exposure, not getting enough rest or sleep, and food can cause more damage to the skin.

Hair Loss

Hair Loss or Alopecia Hair loss (alopecia) can be temporary or permanent. It can affect your scalp or your entire body. It can be a result of hormonal changes, medical conditions, heredity, or part of aging. Baldness refers to excessive hair loss from your scalp. Hereditary hair loss with age is the most common cause of baldness.


Hutchinson-Gilford syndrome also known as Progeria is an extremely rare, progressive genetic disorder that causes children to age rapidly, starting in their first two years of life. Hutchinson-Gilford progeria syndrome also causes hair loss (alopecia), aged-looking skin, joint abnormalities, and a loss of fat under the skin (subcutaneous fat).


Lipodystrophy refers to the abnormal distribution of fat in the body. This can refer both to fat loss and abnormal accumulation of fat tissue. The disease may be inherited genetically, or acquired affecting the immune system. Identification of food intolerances and guidance of a nutritionist dietician on top of dermatological procedures can help resolve this condition.

Nail Dystrophy

Nail Dystrophy is the distortion and discoloration of normal nail-plate structure resulted from any traumatic or inflammatory process that involves the nail matrix, nail bed, or surrounding tissues. Often times cause by fungal infections, environmental factors may also be linked to this through exposure to yeast and molds. It is important to identify these causes through advanced functional diagnostics to nail the root cause.

Skin Atrophy

Thin skin is the result of the thinning of the dermis. Thin skin is most often associated with aging. But it can also be caused by UV exposure, genetics, lifestyle, and the use of certain medications.

Skin Ulceration

Skin Ulceration is an open sore caused by poor blood flow. In the early stages, you will notice skin discoloration and if gets worse, it will look like a crater secreting clear fluid or blood. People who are obese, have diabetes, and heart conditions may suffer from this skin issue if not addressed from the root cause.

Werners Syndrome

Werners Syndrome, also known as “adult progeria”, is a rare, autosomal recessive disorder that is characterized by the appearance of premature aging. It is a hereditary condition associated with premature aging and an increased risk of cancer and other diseases. Werner syndrome causes wrinkles, gray hair, and hair loss which may appear in people in their 20s.


Wrinkles are the lines and creases that form in your skin. Some wrinkles can become deep crevices or furrows and may be especially noticeable around your eyes, mouth, and neck. Though aging has been the main reason for wrinkles there are other factors why they appear like sun exposure, pollution, lack of sleep, stress, sugar, dry skin, and smoking.