As I get older, I’m constantly searching for ways to maintain a youthful appearance. I faithfully apply moisturizer to my face two times each day. I also regularly utilize a portable microdermabrasion system. However, despite my efforts, I’m starting to notice some undesirable fine lines around my mouth and under my eyes. Therefore, I may need to step up my plan. I know my available options are plentiful. For example, I could choose to inject collagen into my lips, get Botox injections, or undergo a chemical peel. On this blog, you will learn about the advantages of undergoing various cosmetic procedures.
4 October 2016
Recently, there's been a buzz growing on the topic of cosmetic gynecology. Many stories have centered around women going to cosmetic gynecologists because they wish to have more youthful looking genitalia, or even because they want to please their partners. What many don't know or understand is that the subject matter may be extremely sensitive in nature; cosmetic gynecology is about more than aesthetics and getting the validation of the opposite sex.
12 July 2016
Stretch marks seem to be part of the female experience. In fact, 80 percent of people have stretch marks. And women who have given birth are more at risk for stretch marks than the general population. So if you're a woman who has recently given birth, chances are that you have pesky stretch marks on your tummy. Fortunately, stretch marks do fade to a light, silver color with time. However, they never really go away unless you do something to get rid of them.
15 April 2016
Rosacea is a common skin condition that is known for causing bumps, redness, and puffiness on a person's face. If you suffer from this condition and cannot find an effective way to treat it, you may want to consider getting intense pulsed light (IPL) therapy. This is a cosmetic service that is highly effective for treating many types of scarring, discoloration, and blemishes on the skin. Here are three things you may want to know before you look into IPL for your rosacea.
17 February 2016
Laser hair removal is gaining widespread popularity as a permanent alternative to waxing or shaving, but its individual effectiveness may depend on your unique skin tone and hair qualities. Because the lasers used target melanin in your hair follicles, it can be difficult to target hairs that lack pigment, particularly if they are also very fine. That does not, however, mean that you are out of options. If you are interested in laser hair removal but aren't sure it will work with your body hair, read on to learn how you may still be eligible for the procedure.