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Dr. Sister began researching this extraordinary technique more than two decades ago. It was well-known in America…

But not so much in this country. In fact, it was only used in facial surgery and horses!

So he read up on stem cells and “growth factors.” And even developed his own injections protocol.

Yet when he introduced it to the UK…

Other doctors laughed at him. Calling it too “experimental.” But since then…

Several years, and more than 1,000 doctors trained and over 30,000+ scientific studies later…

It’s gone mainstream. With some remarkable results. PRP Therapy is fast transforming the medical landscape.

And helping thousands take control of their health.

But what is it?

PRP Therapy uses ingredients from your own blood to treat damaged tissues. By injecting “platelet-rich plasma” into problem areas. To fight health problems like:

❌ Arthritis 1

❌ Alopecia (hair loss) 2

❌ Tendon & ligament injuries

❌ Slow skin recovery

❌ Receding gums

And much more.

Better still, this treatment is “autologous.” Which means it contains ONLY substances from your own body…

So it’s less likely to cause side effects as no one can be allergic to its own blood! Unlike other common “solutions,” such as cortisone and hyaluronic acid.

But the best part is – it has some amazing benefits for your skin too!

Through boosting elastin levels, PRP helps tighten and thicken skin. On top of improving texture, tone, and appearance. Speeding up “vascularization” – blood vessel growth – and toxin drainage.

Making it particularly good for people with rosacea or acne. Plus, studies show it can increase collagen density by 89%. 3

Which could improve skin strength and structure.

So how does it work?

Blood plasma helps the body because it contains “growth factors” and stem cells. Proteins which promote cell repair and wound healing.

And make PRP Therapy a simple 5-step process. Here’s how Dr. Sister does it:

1️⃣ He draws blood from the patient.

2️⃣ He puts the sample in a medical centrifuge. Which spins the blood at high speed so it separates

3️⃣ He prepares the plasma for injection.

4️⃣ He uses imaging to spot “problem areas” in the body.

5️⃣ And finally, he injects the plasma.

For rapid rejuvenation. And easing skin disorders like psoriasis. 4 On top of the astounding benefits listed above.

Dr. Daniel Sister: Skincare Trailblazer

Dr. Sister was the first to use PRP therapy in the UK. These days, it’s used in aesthetic medicine and dermatology.

As well as by doctors, physios, dentists and osteopaths. Despite their early resistance to the treatment. Which is now backed up by science.

With clinical studies showing PRP helps speed up recovery and reduce time off work. 5

What Next For Anti-Ageing?

Now PRP has exploded in popularity…

Dr. Sister realised some people don’t want injections. But they do want to see the same incredible results with their skin.

That’s why he created Younger You Cellular Renew.

A “chronobiological” formula with the same benefits as PRP. Including lifted, firmer-looking skin. For a rejuvenated look- and fewer wrinkles and fine lines.

Because everyone deserves to feel beautiful.


Living a healthy lifestyle is about what you put IN your body, right?

If you thought this, you’re not alone. But – thanks to five decades of cosmetic expertise – I know what you put ON your body is crucial too.

Because while you might think shop-bought moisturisers do the job…

And do it cheaply…

Artificial chemicals, fragrances, and other additives can all cause chaos with your skin. With problems including inflammation and dermatitis.

Just take a look at how most of the ingredient lists on common products. They are often long and complicated…

So they don’t help unless you know what you’re looking for! That’s why today, I’ve compiled a list of 7 skincare ingredients to avoid at all costs.

Starting with the first “skincare villain”:

Synthetic Smells

There’s nothing wrong with buying scented skincare…

But it’s important you know what kind of fragrance is being used. For instance, essential oils are perfectly “skin-safe.”

Whereas synthetic chemicals can irritate your skin. And believe it or not, companies don’t have to declare them!

That’s our products only use 100% safe, natural fragrances.


Studies show that Formaldehyde…

A colourless gas used in nail polish, hair straightening products, and lash glue…

Is carcinogenic. 2 And while more people know this nowadays…

Few people know the “formaldehyde releasers” found in skincare. These preservatives, such as:



And specific types of urea…

Release formaldehyde over time. Leaving you vulnerable to its cancer-causing effects.

And in case that’s not enough for you…

Formaldehyde has several industrial uses. Including in woodwork and textiles – where workers wear masks in the factory.


They’re one of the best-known names on the naughty list. Yet parabens help stop mould and bacteria growth in cosmetics.

So why – according to Elle – are they “skincare’s biggest bad guy”? 3 

The answer lies in your hormones. You see, studies show parabens can disrupt hormone function. And even mimic the effects of oestrogen. Which could cause infertility.

Plus, parabens can get absorbed by body tissue. Leading to concerns about a link to allergies, skin sensitivities…

And even cancer formation.

But here’s the thing. 

Parabens aren’t just bad for humans, either. Researchers have found they’re incredibly bad for the environment. Because they can seriously harm marine life…

By destroying coral reefs! 4 Through speeding up “coral bleaching”…

Which sadly slowly kills the plant.


Widely used to extend shelf life, and help skin dry out quicker…

These chemicals are found in cleansers and toners. Where they also help tighten skin and minimise pore visibility. 

But ethanol can irritate most skin types. Causing dryness, and weakened barrier function.

Which it’s crucial to keep strong. Given your skin is the “first line of defence” between you and the world.


(pronounced THAL-ates)

Better known as “plasticizers.” These nasty industrial chemicals are often used to dissolve hard plastics.

You can’t see, smell, or taste them…

But they’re found in hundreds of consumer products. Like building materials, glue, varnish, and insecticide.

But worst of all, they’re “endocrine disruptors.” 5 Meaning they mess with your hormones and organs…

And could cause other serious health problems, such as:

❌ Skin redness

❌ Nausea

❌ Dizziness

❌ Vomiting


(per- and poly-fluoroalkyls)

Typically used to smooth and condition the skin. These artificial additives are also found in carpets, firefighting foams, and non-stick pans (!)

Shockingly, a recent Harvard study 6 uncovered a link between PFAS exposure and:

Cancer 7

Liver damage

Decreased fertility

Thyroid disease

Making them one of the worst offenders when it comes to side effects and health problems.

Known as “forever chemicals” because they don’t break down in the environment…

PFAS can interfere with your hormone, reproductive, and immune systems. Which could be devastating for your health.


Aluminium is used as a thickening agent in many skincare products…

And can help stop lipsticks “bleeding.” It’s even used to treat certain medical conditions. 8

But there’s a big problem. Scientists have spotted some troubling links between this common metal and health issues like Alzheimer’s. 

So even though you’re already exposed to it through vaccines, diets, and drinking water…

You could be at greater risk of cognitive decline. As well as oxidative stress and DNA damage. 9

So there you have it.

7 “skincare villains” which are still common in cosmetics. With a shocking variety of associated health risks.

That’s why, here at Dr. Sister Skincare…

We’ll never use anything of the sort. Instead giving you the safest, most effective natural ingredients. 

With absolutely no side effects.

So you can enjoy their extraordinary benefits – with complete peace of mind.


What do a Soviet colonel, submarines, and anti-ageing have in common?

Read on for the answer…

And the story of a remarkable scientific breakthrough.

Today, Vladimir Khavinson is a leading figure in the study of ageing. But in the 1980s, he was a doctor in the Soviet military…

In the height of the Cold War.

When western countries cut ties with the USSR. So they stopped sharing scientific research…

Meaning the Russians had to do things their own way.

And soon, the Kremlin asked Khavison for help. They had two serious problems: 

One was radiation on nuclear submarines…

And the other was the risk of blindness from lasers. Fortunately, these were never used…

But the Soviets were paranoid. So research began…

And what Khavinson uncovered changed the course of medical history. He didn’t find the answer to the government’s problems…

But he did find something pretty special.

I’m talking about peptides. Peptides are strings of amino acids. These are the “building blocks” of proteins…

And some are found naturally in your body. While others are made in the lab…

With studies revealing some incredible benefits. For skin, muscles, and overall health.

So what did Khavinson find out?

Khavinson found that every organ, gland, and tissue in the body…

Makes a unique peptide. Each linked to a different part of health…

And a specific strand of your DNA. 

Through this link, peptides act as “gene switches.” Activating cell repair at the first sign of damage…

And helping your body recover.

That’s why they’re used to treat a variety of health issues. Including muscle loss, and weight gain.

For instance, creatine is proven to support muscle growth. 1 2

And anti-microbial peptides can help fight infection. 3 As well as promoting wound healing! 4 

But what does this mean for Dr. Sister Skincare?

Here’s the biggest takeaway from Khavinson’s research. If you add peptides to your diet…

Or better yet, skincare routine…

You can turn on the “gene switch” for skin cell repair. Which helps boost collagen production – for firmer, younger-looking skin.

Now your body does make collagen naturally…

But levels go down as you age. 5  Causing skin to look more wrinkled…

And sadly, less even and bright. That’s why today, many skincare companies add peptides to their products.

Such as:

☑️ Lotions

☑️ Creams

☑️ Serums

☑️ Face masks

To stimulate collagen production. Because although peptides can be found in some foods…

Like meat, fish, wheat, and beans…

These rarely contain enough to have an effect. Whereas luxury formulas…

With powerful peptides, at science-backed doses…

Can work wonders when it comes to anti-ageing.The problem is, few shop-bought “solutions” actually meet these criteria.

That’s why Dr. Sister is working on a peptide formula of his own. 

Combining the age-rewinding science of this Russian discovery…

With cutting-edge stem cell technology.

So keep an eye out for an exclusive “first look” – coming soon.


Think skincare is something modern?

Think again.

The truth is, humans have been obsessed with skincare for thousands of years!

After all, a glowing complexion is a sign of good health, youth and vitality. So it’s no wonder people have always looked for ways to keep their skin looking radiant.

In this post, you’ll discover how skincare has transformed over time… As well as some of the ancient skincare tips you should definitely NOT try today.

Ancient Egypt: The Origins Of Skincare

The Ancient Egyptians loved looking beautiful. In fact, they were the first ever humans to use cosmetics and skincare.

There’s evidence they used makeup and natural anti-ageing products as far back as 4000 BC! Including castor, sesame, and moringa oils to help fight fine lines and wrinkles. As well as honey and milk masks to hydrate and moisturise their skin.

In fact, Cleopatra – famed for her incredible beauty – even used to bathe in milk. To keep her skin silky-soft and wrinkle-free.

But as well as keeping themselves looking gorgeous, and protected from the hot Cairo sun… Skincare had a special place in Egyptian society. They took it so seriously – makeup was even used to honour their gods.

One example of this is the original Egyptian “smokey eye”. This features in a lot of Ancient Egyptian artwork (see below). To create this striking, dusky look, Egyptians used a mixture of chemicals known as “kohl”. However…

One of the main chemicals in kohl was lead – which we now know is very toxic and should not be used. Especially if applied to sensitive and delicate upper-eye skin.

Greeks And Romans: Skincare Secrets From Caesar And Socrates

The Ancient Greeks and Romans were two more skincare-loving societies. They actually used many of the Egyptians’ ideas – but took them a step further.

For example, while Ancient Egyptians might spend hours on their skincare rituals every day…

The Greeks and Romans would often spend entire days in spas, saunas and baths. To help “sweat out” toxins, increase circulation, and clean their skin.

What’s more, the Romans even had specially trained slaves called “cosmetae” (as in “cosmetic”) to pluck individual hairs, keeping their skin beautifully smooth.

If you were a wealthy Greek or Roman, you might have also used sand and natural oils to protect your skin from the sun. But this wasn’t because they were worried about sun damage…

Suntans were associated with lower-class manual workers, who worked long hours in the heat of the sun. People the wealthy elite did not want to be confused with! 

Think that’s bad? 

It’s nothing compared to what the Victorians did to “look after” their skin…

The Victorians: A Time Of Toxic Skincare

In Victorian Europe – there was one thing almost every woman wanted:

Pale, ivory-coloured skin.

And they would do almost ANYTHING to get it. Including smearing toxic chemicals on their skin! As well as using toxic white lead powder… Women also used deadly mercury to help their skin “glow”.

Now it was around this time people learnt the importance of moisturising and hydrating your skin. Sounds great, right?

However, the “moisturisers” they used were often full of mercury and sulphur. And would often do the exact opposite of what they claimed to…

Often causing severe and long-lasting skin damage.

As you can see, there was huge pressure for women to meet the beauty standards of this time. And it often came at a huge cost. 

But thankfully, skincare has changed a lot since then. We’ve learnt many valuable lessons about how NOT to look after your skin.

And importantly, you don’t have to sacrifice your health just to look good.

1900s To Today: New Frontiers Of Skincare

From the 1900s, things started to change for the better. Skincare products became driven by science. And so they became much more affordable, effective, and most importantly… 

Much safer.

At last, skincare wasn’t just for wealthy people – and not just for people with pale skin either.

Many of the products you know and love were created in the last 100 years. Scientific discoveries which helped millions of people achieve beautiful, radiant skin. For example:

Chapstick was first sold in 1912

Sun cream was invented in 1935

The 1960s saw the rise of laser skin treatments 

Natural skincare products took off in the 1980s

As well as many individuals like Coco Chanel and Estée Lauder who pushed the boundaries of skincare.

Stem Cells And Sci-Fi: Skincare’s Bright Future

The skincare industry is one of the most exciting in the world. It’s constantly innovating and evolving… As scientists discover new breakthroughs.

Whether that’s “sleep-time skincare” – zero-effort products which rejuvenate your skin while you’re asleep.

Or the exciting horizons of “stem cells”… 
Doctors have already used these incredible cells to treat diseases like leukaemia and promote healing. But many researchers believe they will revolutionise skincare. Thanks to their unique ability to regrow and regenerate skin tissue! 1

One thing is for sure – we’ve come a long way from using facemasks made of mercury, lead and sulphur.

But here’s the truth:

Skincare doesn’t have to be something complicated, dangerous, or even expensive. With the right routine, you can see fantastic results quickly. Because you see…

Skincare should ALWAYS help you feel the most authentic, beautiful and confident version of yourself.