It's been a couple of weeks since the first post appeared in the "Anti-Aging Skin Series" and I am sure (just kidding) that everyone is waiting for the next post? Right? Well, a week and a half ago I managed to pull a muscle in my back and could not write (type at the computer). This injury coupled with the beginning of the academic semester here at the university at which I work has impeded (slowed down) my blogging progress. No worries though -- I am back and ready to go.
With this in mind, I want you (the reader to know) that I will get a post out within a week. I have been thinking about the series and I am excited about the series. After I give an introduction to the "structure and function" of the skin, we will head into the claims in the previous blog -- the original blog -- titled "Can Science Really Reverse Aging Skin?" Then from there, we can head into looking at a few popular "anti-aging" products that are sold at various venues such as "Massage Envy". In doing so, the various claims will be matched by the ingredients. Along the way, references will be provided for you to verify.
Last week, I just was speaking to my father -- who is a doctor (vascular disease specialist). On the day of our discussion, he just so happened to be reading about "dermatology". I decided to tell him about the series. Specifically, I discussed the order with which I would introduce the concepts and arguments about the discoveries that science has produced. He was fascinated for many reasons and offered some advice. I will incorporate that advice into the series.
I look forward to releasing the next blog post soon (within a week) on the "function of skin" in the "Anti-Aging Skin Series" for you to enjoy. Until then, have a great day!