Skin cancer is the most common form of cancer in the United States. More than 500,000 new cases of skin cancer are reported each year. Considering that sun exposure is a leading cause of skin cancer, it comes to no surprise that most skin cancer (around 80%) is found on the face, head and neck, or the areas that are most often exposed to UV rays. … Continue reading
Do you wish you could regain a youthful face without having to commitment to plastic surgery? Whether it is your fear of going under the knife or your lack of time to recover, many aging adults now have a new alternative to facelift surgery. Using a “liquid facelift,” patients can turn back the hands of time without ever seeing a scalpel, being put to sleep or uncovering bandages. … Continue reading
While hair loss is often regarded as a man’s struggle, women can lose their natural head of hair too. In fact, up to 40% of hair loss sufferers are female! Unfortunately, balding and thinning hair for women can be much more detrimental. It can dramatically affect one’s self-esteem and confidence in social and workplace settings.
There are many reasons why women may experience hair loss, including temporary and permanent loss. And it is not always within your control to prevent it. … Continue reading
While it is more common to think of wrinkles and volume loss within the face, the delicate skin and tissues of the hands are just as vulnerable to the unwanted signs of aging. In fact, the hands rank as one of the first body parts to reveal your age. This is due to a number of factors, including the inevitable daily exposure to the sun and other environmental elements as well as the fact that the skin of the hands naturally thins out as we get older. Most influential, however, is the common neglect to prevent aging in the hands. Many aging adults start regimes in their 20’s or early 30’s to delay aging in their face, whether it be a better moisturizer application, anti-aging serum or filler injections. However, when it comes to the hands, the gradual loss of youth gets overlooked – often until it is too late. … Continue reading
While cosmetic surgery continues to gain ground in terms of popularity, there are still some misconceptions surrounding plastic surgery and those who get it. Contrary to popular belief, there are many types of people that can benefit from plastic surgery. To ensure you don’t have the wrong impression, let’s set the record straight by exposing three common myths about plastic surgery: … Continue reading
When it comes to having an attractive facial appearance, your profile is important. When looking at someone from the side, the nose and jawline are the most contributing features to an aesthetically-pleasing face. While rhinoplasty can correct the size and profile of the nose, what can be done to improve the distinction of the jawline? … Continue reading
Rhinophyma is a rare skin condition characterized by a swollen, red and bulbous nose. It causes the nose to also be waxy in appearance and bumpy in texture. Unfortunately, rhinophyma carries some misconceptions and rumors about what actually causes this unwanted nasal appearance. Many people believe that rhinophyma is linked to alcoholism. This myth only furthers the embarrassment and shame that frequently plaques patients with rhinophyma, as it is a progressive and permanent skin condition that is very difficult to disguise.
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It is no secret that women want full and plump lips. Whether it is teen who wants to gain that “pouty lip” appearance or an aging adult who wants to reclaim the lip volume that was lost over time, full lips are undoubtedly a desirable trait. In fact, plump lips are considered a sign of youth and sensuality. This has led many women to turn to Do-It-Yourself Lip Plumping tactics. Unfortunately, relying on YouTube or other Internet sites to guide you through your lip plumping treatment can not only be ineffective, but it can be quite dangerous too. … Continue reading
Aging is inevitable, and it certainly produces changes to your entire body, especially your face. However, we all age differently. Just because you are the same age as someone else, don’t mean you will have the same amount of wrinkles or sagging skin. Facial aging depends on several factors, including lifestyle, diet, heredity, and other personal habits. Therefore, it can vary widely from person to person. To understand why you may be considering a facelift at 40 while your best friend may still have her youthful face at 50, here is a closer look at those aging factors. … Continue reading
Birthmarks are common, nearly everyone has one. Contrary to popular belief, not all birthmarks develop at birth. However, most people were born with the birthmarks they currently have. Birthmarks are often harmless and represent a slightly darker area of skin. The most popularly discussed birthmarks are known as pigmented birthmarks, where the skin has developed a cluster of pigmented or darker cells in one place. Most parents aren’t concerned about pigmented birthmarks, as they are more common, less noticeable and typically on areas of the body other than the face. … Continue reading