The Best of the Bay Area: Anti-Aging Specialist, Richard Haxton, Has Changed the Face of Aging
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SAN FRANCISCO - March 18, 2019 - Californer -- In a valley where iconic powerhouses such as Apple, Facebook and Google are changing life as we know it through technology, another dynamic leader of one of the world's fastest growing industries, anti-aging products and services is changing the face of aging and bringing it to a halt. Acclaimed as one of the world's top anti-aging specialists in natural skin rejuvenation, Richard Haxton of Richard Haxton's Transformational Skin Solutions of Los Altos (www.skinbyhaxton.com) is known to reverse the appearance of age up to 10 or 20 years without the use of cosmetic surgery. Today, aging baby boomers searching for the fountain of youth realize that investing in "skin enhancers" can be an asset or a detriment to their second half of life.

Whether looking for a new job or new date, the first impression can be the last, especially for men and women over the age of 30. That's when visible signs of aging start to suddenly appear and anti-aging management becomes a prized investment. In the Western world, when you begin to age, you're not as marketable and this leads to a state of depression. Fortunately, today there are ways to slow down the aging process without cosmetic surgery. Once a well-kept secret amongst the rich and famous, the non-surgical facelift is now becoming more available to lay people. Haxton's non-surgical facelift rejuvenation offers a more natural and non-evasive alternative to skincare treatment, maintenance and repair, erasing decades of visible signs of aging. These cutting edge natural skin care treatments make people of all ethnic types look decades younger without cosmetic surgery or Botox injections offering you the same opportunity to look younger than your age as Jennifer Lopez, Tom Cruise and Madonna at a much more affordable cost.

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According to Haxton, people are experiencing accelerated aging due to today's modern day living, causing the lymphatic and respiratory systems to be compromised. After many years of visiting practitioners and searching for a skin care solution for his acute acne and discoloration disorder with no success, he discovered a "secret" about the lymphatic system and facial skin that caused a revolutionary shift to a more natural approach to anti-aging without cosmetic surgery. Other lifestyle factors that affect our biology and the aging process include the following:

· Depletion of the ozone;

· Exposure to environmental toxins including exposure to ultraviolet sunrays and modern technology;

· Extreme amounts of stress and anxiety at home and work;

· Severe dehydration from inadequate water consumption;

· Poor nutrition including extreme consumption of caffeinated coffee, frozen dinners with pesticides and fast food;

· Poor monitoring standards and requirements by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA);

· Less exercise due to sedentary behavior.

Among Haxton's clients are the rich and famous traveling from all parts of the globe, up and rising young professionals and well to do retirees who want to keep their profile pictures current for career advancement, re-entry into the job market or finding the perfect mate to share their success with. Fortunately, if you live in the South Bay, you don't have to travel to Hollywood to get the same anti-aging secret treatments only available to those in the industry. Richard Haxton's Transformational Skin Solutions is situated just along the foot of the Los Altos Hills in California where some of the most famous technology icons of Silicon Valley are clandestinely taking advantage of his services, walking the red carpets of the most prestigious events with a new face that looks youthful and impressive.

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Written by W. Whitaker

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