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Aging Skin

  • Struggling With Your Mirror Image
    As we age, the skin droops and develops wrinkles, lines and furrows. Depending on your skin type, you may find your skin to be pre-disposed to wrinkling. But thanks to diligent research and new advances, there are a number of solutions to combat facial lines...
  • Rejuvenating Your Face
    Options to restore your youthful appearance: Facial rejuvenation is the term used to encompass all forms of restoring a youthful appearance to the face. It includes the broad categories of...
  • Face Lift - A Treatment for Everyone?
    When skin creams and lotions, Botox, lasers, chemical peels and fillers fail - face lift may offer the solution that is difficult to resist...
  • Age Spots? Sun Spots? Skin Cancer?
    As time goes on, we start to notice brown spots and freckles -- “souvenirs of Florida” -- on the backs of our hands and on other sun exposed areas like the upper chest and face. At first these brown spots are small and light colored, but eventually they become a cosmetic problem -- an obvious sign of premature aging of the skin because of ultraviolet damage from sun exposure or from tanning beds...
  • Antioxidants Clean Up: Combat Those Free Radicals
    If you want to protect your skin, think antioxidants. These have gained a great deal of attention in recent years, and for good reason. They work to combat the ‘free radical cells’ that damage your skin...
  • Hormones and Your Skin
    “How to achieve beautiful, supple and young-looking skin”. You almost can’t avoid it - splashed on magazine covers, reported in newspapers and marketed on television and radio, the message to improve our skin would appear paramount to how we and others view our looks...
  • A Resolution That Helps Your Skin
    We all know that aging is a natural biological process that affects all of us. The aging of your skin is also greatly affected by external factors that accelerate this process; particularly smoking. Exposing our skin over many years to sunshine will give the skin an old wrinkled, blotchy look. Drinking too much alcohol over many years may also...
  • Are Your Hands Showing Your Age?
    Because of sun and weather exposure, years of minor scrapes and cuts, and for some, constant exposure to water and detergents, our hands sometimes age faster than other parts of our bodies, and detract from our appearance. Fortunately is it now possible to rejuvenate the hands, restoring their appearance and sometimes...
  • Great Looking Hands
    In business, bad looking hands and nails can be a distraction. You make an effort to look your best, attending to your hair and complexion, and protecting your face from sun damage ...
  • Are Retinoids The Answer To Ageing?
    Prevention; it's still the key when it comes to avoiding excessive aging of the skin. The best way to fight photo-aging (damage to your skin caused by getting too much sun exposure) is to protect yourself ...
  • Vitamin C; How It Helps Your Skin
    Vitamin C ( L-ascorbic acid ) is a nutrient that your body is not able to produce itself and therefore you need to eat those healthy fruits and vegetables that contain it. You've heard that vitamin C is used to help treat colds ...
  • Can You Fill in Wrinkles? - An Overview of New Fillers
    By now, many people are aware that hyaluronic acid (Restylane® and Perlane®) and collagen (Cosmoderm® and Cosmoplast®) can be used to fill creases, wrinkles and scars on the face and neck, in both men and women, and can also be used to enhance the fullness of the lips ...
  • Anti-Aging Skin Care Tips - Learn to Look After Your Skin
    Although there are different kinds of treatments, procedures and surgery that can assist in improving the look of your skin, it is important that you look after your skin to start with ...
  • Younger, Better Looking Skin - Tips to Keep You on Track
    Adults all over the world are thinking about their skin right now! Wrinkles, puffy eyes, dull complexion, are conditions that more than just several of us try to avoid...
  • Alpha Hydroxy Acids - A Cure for Photodamage?
    It turns out that a-hydroxy acids (AHAs) are important components of optimal skin care and their benefits have been studied and documented for some time now...
  • Think Your Skin Is Aging You? - Anti-Aging Tips and Facts You Should Know
    As we age, so does our skin. It looses it elasticiaty, develops fine lines and wrinkles and spots, sometimes referred to as "age spots"...
  • Is Your Skin Discolored From the Sun? It May be Melasma.
    Melasma usually causes three different patterns of symmetrical pigmentation on the face, affecting most commonly the central face (cheeks, forehead, upper lip, nose, and chin); or less commonly the cheeks and nose, or the cheeks and jaw line. Melasma also can cause patches of pigmentation on the forearms, but this is...
  • Fighting Wrinkles - What to do once they arrive
    Melasma usually causes three different patterns of symmetrical pigmentation on the face, affecting most commonly the central face (cheeks, forehead, upper lip, nose, and chin); or less commonly the cheeks and nose, or the cheeks and jaw line. Melasma also can cause patches of pigmentation on the forearms, but this is ...
  • More than your face shows your age
    It's not just your face that can show your age. Make sure you pay attention to your neck, shoulders and hands. These areas are exposed to the sun, drying air and pollution ...

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