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  • 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...
  • Getting Rid of Your Tattoo
    Tired of your tattoo? Donít despair; most tattoos colors can be eliminated or lightened by a laser. Skin colored tattoos however, may undergo irreversible ink darkening. This includes white, pink, flesh-toned and light brown tattoo inks. Red ink tattoos may even turn black...
  • The Changing Face of Cosmetic Surgery
    The North American publicís increased demand for cosmetic surgery has been well documented. According to the American Society of Plastic Surgeons (which represents many Canadian and American physicians), in 1992 there were 389,024 cosmetic surgical procedures performed - in 2003, this figure jumped to almost 2.9 million...
  • What You Need to Know About Laser Hair Removal
    Many men and women have hair that they want to thin out or eliminate. Over the past 10 years laser hair removal has advanced to the point where black and brown hair can be reliably and safely treated with lasers...
  • Suffering from Excess Sweat: Discover Your Treatment Options.
    It is sometimes said that men perspire, and ladies 'glow' - but for many, male or female, excess sweating is a medical condition which has in the past been difficult to control. Approximately 2-3% of the population suffers from excess sweating, also known as hyperhidrosis. Usually localized to the underarms, palms or soles this disorder is unfortunately often socially debilitating to the sufferer...
  • Have a "No-Sweat" Wedding - Treatment options to Plan Ahead
    On Saturday I got an email from a mother-of-the-bride who had been troubled for many years and wanted BOTOXģ treatment to control this problem - in time for her daughter's wedding NEXT Saturday...
  • No Sweat! A New Way To Control Excessive Sweat
    Almost every one sweats as a normal reaction to stress such as heat and exercise. However, some people sweat excessively underarms, on the hands or the feet, causing severe social and psychological embarrassment...
  • Cellulite - Help is on the way
    Cellulite - the unsightly dimpling, padded or "orange peel" appearance of the skin is probably one of the most aesthetically troubling concerns of women. Although a lot is known about its appearance, there is lack of good studies assessing the effectiveness of possible treatments...
  • Hair Removal - Laser and Light-Based Approaches
    Unwanted hair is a major self-esteem issue for many patients and the desire to deal with this embarrassing problem has fuelled proliferation of safe and effective treatment modalities. Traditionally, waxing, shaving, electrolysis, tweezing and threading have been commonly used to combat unwanted facial and body hair...
  • 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...
  • Have Excess Facial Hair? It May Be Hirsutism
    Hirsutism is a term describing excessive growth of dark, terminal hairs in women in a male-type pattern (i.e. hair on the beard area, chest, and abdomen)...
  • Rid Yourself of Upper Lip Hair
    Unwanted facial hair for a woman can be annoying and embarrassing. The condition, called hirsutism, may be a result of excess androgen (a male sex hormone) and/or sensitivity to it...
  • Perfect Lips - Reality or Fantasy?
    Since the beginning of time, women used covering agents and, more recently, lipstick to enhance the appearance of this compelling esthetic unit...

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