A Furry Kind of Love

Nicole Hayre, MD, FAAD
Nicole Hayre, MD, FAAD

Love can come from many different places. The effects oxytocin has on your skin can make you glow, look younger., and even reduce fine lines and diminish those dark circles under your eyes. Where do you get your oxytocin boost? You don’t have to have a sexy partner or an intimate encounter with a new love. The oxytocin boost can come from any joyful experience.

Do you have a pet? If not, there are so many animals that need your love and in return they will love you back!! Check out this adoption site , Friends of Homeless Animals, where you can find your new furry friend! Did you know that interacting with animals has been shown to decrease levels of cortisol (a stress-related hormone) and increase levels of Oxytocin (the love hormone) . Additional studies have found that animals can reduce the feelings of anxiety, loneliness and boost your mood. The natural affection we feel towards our animals can be compared to the affection we feel for our children.

So next time you pet your dog, or rub your kitten, remember that the love effect you receive from the increased Oxytocin is helping to improve your skin’s overall health, texture and appearance. This is why Dr. Hayre developed her breakthrough formula, Cutocin, which creates effects in your skin similar to those of Oxytocin. Find out more about how you can get “affection in a bottle” in a pump at Cutocin.com

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