Anti-aging procedures and products that can help
Sponsored by Elite Health Hawaii
As we age, many people search for ways to slow down the process. HI Now host Kanoe Gibson met up with Dr. Scott Sanderson at Elite Health Hawaii to learn more about anti-aging and about the treatments he offers that can help.
Face start to age for various reasons. In fact, the first signs of aging can range from early 20-30’s. However, most people will begin to notice that their face is aging around their 30-40’s.
Sunscreen is one of the most important ways to prevent the skin from aging. Over time, the sun’s ultraviolet (UV) light damages certain fibers in the skin called elastin. The breakdown of elastin fibers causes the skin to sag, stretch, and lose its ability to snap back after stretching.
“Here at Elite Health Hawaii, we can help restore aging skin, reduce the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles, and give you that natural glow you have always wanted,” says Dr. Sanderson.
Elite Health Hawaii offers many anti-aging procedures like Botox, Fillers, Microneedling, and PDO threads. For those that prefer not to do a procedure, Elite Health offers SkinCeutical products that can only be found at authorized locations. Elite Health also carries medical grade chemical peels that allow deeper penetration to the skin.
You can now find Elite Health Hawaii at its new location at the Ko’olani towers inside of the Island Club and Spa. Elite Health will soon be expanding office hours and will be able to provide more services and times in the near future.
To make an appointment, call 808-523-5483 or text 808-201-2927.
About Dr. Scott Sanderson:
Dr. Sanderson studied psychology and pre-med as an undergraduate. He attended medical school at the University of Washington then completed residency in Tacoma, Washington. Since completing his residency Dr. Sanderson has worked in multiple hospitals on the U.S. mainland and on multiple islands in Hawaii. He is certified in Anti-Aging Medicine as well as board certified in Emergency Medicine. He is clinical faculty at the John A. Burns School of Medicine in Honolulu as well as an instructor of Advanced Trauma Life Support.