Ah, wrinkles. The bane of our existence, and the tell-tale sign of age. Each day as you stand before the bathroom mirror, it seems as though yet another fine line has found its way around your mouth or between your brows. Although it can be disheartening to notice these creases forming and deepening over time, you’re certainly not alone. While facial wrinkles may seem unavoidable, there are a few tactics you can take to reduce the look of those pesky lines.
You’ve made drastic changes to your diet and lifestyle, followed by a rigorous personal exercise regimen and may have even undergone a bariatric surgical procedure. At long last, the scale is finally tipping toward the number you’ve been working to reach. You should be ecstatic, but maybe you’re still not completely satisfied.
The truth of the matter is significant weight loss presents its own unique set of concerns. Even after reaching their goal weight, many people discover they’re still not happy with their figure. Maybe you’ve noticed your clothes aren’t fitting properly or your body looks disproportionate—whatever the case may be, you’re still feeling self-conscious, frustrated and a little defeated.
This is a completely normal response to significant weight loss and, luckily, there is a solution.
On Sunday, Oct. 12, from 1 to 4 p.m., the Cleveland Clinic will be holding Wine for The Cure.
If you are considering eyelid surgery, but don’t know whether or not you need it, here is some information on what it is, as well as reasons you might want to have it done.
Fall is here, which eans dry, cold weather and no more beach time. The season also affects your skin, so it may be necessary to switch up your skin care routine.
Want to stay healthy, look refreshed, and keep that summertime glow all throughout these cold months? Here are some tips you can follow this fall.
If you are considering a facelift, you may be wondering if you should try a less-invasive non-surgical facelift approach or go all in with a surgical facelift. The answer may lie in your preferences.
The following is some information regarding both options so you can decide which choice is likely best for you.
Face fillers can be used for a variety of purposes. They plump your limps, make your face look fuller, remove wrinkles, and lessen the appearance of scars. However, one size doesn’t fit all. The following are some of your options when you decide to get a face filler.
You know skin care is essential any time of year, whether it be hot or cold, rainy or dry, sunny or cloudy. And now that Fall is upon us, it's a great time to revisit your skincare routine or to stock up on skin care products.
A doctor’s office isn’t the only place you can get Botox injections. Women and men around the world are attending Botox parties, where socializing occurs right alongside the noninvasive procedure. But when it comes to these events, there are both pros and cons.
The ozone layer is thinning, and more ultraviolet rays are hitting us on a constant basis. This harmful exposure to the sun can cause sunspots, wrinkles, yellow skin, cancer, and a host of other issues.
Keeping this in mind, you need to take steps to prevent this damage before it happens and treat your skin after the fact. While we should do our best to avoid dangerous sun rays before they hit our skin, it’s never too late to start fixing skin damage.
The following are some tips for dealing with the sun, thwarting further skin problems, and taking care of what’s already occurred.