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If you want to recapture that fresh-faced youthful, radiant glow, love just may be the drug you’re looking for. Yes, popular skincare ingredients like Bakuchiol, squalane, green tea, vitamin C, etc. are helping aging skin, but board-certified dermatologist, Dr. Nicole Hayre is taking a different approach. She uncovered a new patent-pending ingredient that she believes is going to be a game-changer in the skincare industry!
She discovered that high levels of oxytocin (aka the “love hormone”) in the body, has positive effects on the skin at the cellular level, resulting in glowing, youthful healthy skin. She found that the higher the oxytocin level was in someone’s skin, the better they looked for their age. This discovery was so revolutionary that she was asked to speak at the United Nations on her findings. Now she has a range of skincare products called Cutocin which are formulated with a patent-pending ingredient that mimics the effects on of oxytocin in the skin resulting in a healthier, younger-looking appearance.
Join Lauren and Dr. Hayre as they discuss: Dr. Hayre’s background in skincare; what led her to research the effect oxytocin has on the skin; her findings through this research; how to increase our oxytocin levels even if we are not “in love”; her discovery of the patent-pending Sheperd’s Purse and how she integrated it into her skincare line Cutocin; what it was like creating a skincare line; what’s next for her brand; the skincare concerns that she is seeing most from her patients; and what services they are asking for most.
Dr. Nicole Hayre website: https://cosmetic-dermatology-center.com
Cutocin Skincare: https://cutocin.com/