Everyone from your dermatologist to Kim Kardashian is talking about a phenominal skin treatment called microneedling.
Microneedling is supposed to make your skin look like you bathe in milk all day. But if you’ve seen the bloody before-and-after procedure pictures on Instagram, you’d be right to wonder if this celebrity-loved procedure is worth the hype – and the pain. Continue reading
Have you ever watched the Oscars or Golden Globe Awards and marveled at how your favorite celebrities continue to look amazing, year after year? Chances are they’ve had a little help from non-invasive cosmetic procedures, like Juvederm, Vampire Facials, or Botox.
But what is Juvederm, exactly? And is an injectable right for you? Read on to learn the answers to the most frequently asked questions about this cosmetic procedure.Continue reading
Around 1 in 5 young women stress about wrinkles. Crows feet are 1 of the first signs of aging to appear on your face. They can appear as early as your mid-twenties.
As we get older, we worry about signs of aging more. Almost 28% of women under 25 years old often worry about looking older and aging. Meanwhile, 54% of women aged 35 to 44 frequently worry about signs of aging.
Here’s what you should know about crows feet and crows feet treatment options:
Don’t worry–a vampire facial doesn’t involve real vampires, and you will survive. It sounds scary, but this latest beauty treatment craze renews your face and keeps wrinkles away.
But does it work?
And what is it? Why are celebrities like Bar Refaeli and Kim Kardashian such big supporters of this facial?
Ever looked in the mirror and dreaded seeing wrinkles? If this happened to you, it’s likely you considered Botox treatment.
Why is it that Botox is still popular considering how far technology has gone since then? Well, we can’t deny that it still is an effective way to reduce or eliminate the appearance of wrinkles.
Then, is it safe, does it last long, and is it expensive to get a Botox treatment? How does Botox work and how does it prevent wrinkles?
Read on to find out the answers to these questions and more, then see if it’s right for you.
When was the last time you stood in front of the mirror and pinched some fat? Last month? Last week? An hour ago?
A slimmer physique is one of the most common cosmetic goals for men and women alike, but it’s easier said than done. Weight loss takes time, effort, and serious self-control. Sometimes it isn’t even a matter of weight loss: you just want to get rid of an isolated problem area.
If you find yourself wishing away stubborn fine lines and wrinkles each time you look in the mirror, you’re in luck. Wrinkle treatment options become more and more plentiful each year. And modern science has gifted us many remedies that provide both instant and long-term results.
Two of the most popular treatments are Botox and dermal fillers. These methods have a lot in common. They’re both administered via injections, they’re both used to treat wrinkles, and they both create stunning, lasting results.
So you want to lose a few pounds and get in better shape?
Most of us do.
And it might make you a great candidate for Coolsculpting. Coolsculpting is a fantastic and non-invasive way to help you shed that stubborn fat.
While it might sound like a dream come true, unfortunately, not everyone is eligible for Coolsculpting.
Struggling with wrinkles and fine lines? Tired of spending money on anti-aging creams that have little or no results? In this case, you might consider using dermal fillers.
These facial treatments help plump up your skin and restore its youthful appearance without the risks or downtime associated with a traditional facelift. The results are immediate and last for months.
If you’ve got stubborn body fat that just won’t go away, Coolsculpting treatment might be just what you need. Here’s everything you need to know about what it is, how it works, and the results you can expect.
Chances are you’ve seen a commercial by now touting the benefits of CoolSculpting, which has skyrocketed to become one of the most popular nonsurgical plastic surgery treatments in the world.