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Capillary Treatment

How to Get Rid of Broken Capillaries with Lasers

Capillary Treatment

Thousands of people are plagued with the appearance of broken capillaries on their face, particularly around the nose and on the cheeks. While broken capillaries do not necessarily pose a medical threat, they can nonetheless be problematic because they can make people self-conscious. If you are bothered with broken capillaries, a laser treatment could help you eliminate them and restore your self-esteem.

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Collagen Infused Beer?

Collagen Infused Beer

Everything is a “thing” somewhere, and some of them are stranger than others. A company in Japan decided that they would fight the skin-killing effects of a night of heavy drinking, as well as the aging process in general, by infusing their beer with collagen. You heard right – Precious, a new Japanese light beer, contains two grams of collagen per can.

The Trend: Beauty from the Inside Out

Now that people are older and wiser with access to the internet, more and more people are catching on to the fact that true skin beauty starts on the inside of your body and radiates outward. As such, people around the world now use supplements and vitamins in an effort to reduce wrinkles and improve the elasticity of their skin. Collagen infused beer might sound strange to say the least, but is it honestly that weird?

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World Congress of Dermatology

Who Is the World Congress of Dermatology?

World Congress of Dermatology

The World Congress of Dermatology is one of the longest-standing international medical groups in the world. It got its start in 1889 – seven years before the Olympic Games. Every four years, a group of physicians, researchers, and speakers gather in a single location to discuss recent events, award scholarships, and much, much more.

An International Effort

Since the World Congress of Dermatology began well over a century ago, it remains focused on sharing knowledge, information, and research that allows dermatologists and pharmaceutical companies to create better treatments for a variety of conditions. In fact, many of today’s commonly used treatments were once an idea presented at a World Congress session. It provides doctors from all over the world with an opportunity to brainstorm ideas, feed on one another’s research, and participate in workshops to help improve the care they can provide to their patients. Outside of their sessions, the participants share discoveries and news with the public via the internet and medical journals.

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Lunch Hour Nose Job

What is the Lunch Hour Nose Job?

Lunch Hour Nose Job

Most people are under the impression that surgery is the only option for reshaping their noses. While this used to be the case until a few years ago, patients can now have the appearances of their noses altered quickly, effectively and in a relatively pain-free manner when they decide to have the lunch hour nose job option performed instead.

Nose Job with a Difference

The lunch hour nose job or liquid nose job as it is also known as is a non-surgical form of rhinoplasty that involves having dermal fillers injected under the skin of the nose. This procedure has been specifically designed and developed to help correct nasal asymmetry as well as any bumps or lumps that may be present on any part of the nose. Surgeons have noted that the lunch hour nose job can also help reshape and even lift the tip of the nose to change its appearance completely. Patients can have this procedure performed to correct deformities cause by surgery or damage that has resulted from an injury.

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Drinking Water

Why Water Is So Important to Having Great Skin

Drinking Water

In elementary school, you learned that 70% of your body is nothing more than water. Water is in every single tissue and organ, from your brain to your heart and even your skin. As such, making sure that you stay properly hydrated will keep your skin looking fresher and younger for years to come.

The Science behind Your Skin

Your skin is the largest organ in your body, and it is one of the most important, too. Like all of the other organs in your body – your brain, heart, liver, and kidneys, for example – your skin is made of trillions of tiny, microscopic skin cells. These skin cells are made of water, and when your body lacks enough water, everything suffers. Dehydration has a negative effect on your body as a whole, but you can actually see it in your skin. It becomes flaky, dry, and more prone to wrinkles due to lack of resilience.

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Fighting Wrinkles

How to Fight Wrinkles Before They Happen

Fighting Wrinkles

Many people think that wrinkles are not only an inevitable part of life when they grow older, but that they can simply be dealt with when they start appearing. However, fine lines and crow’s feet need not even make an appearance on anyone’s face or neck areas, as they can actually be prevented. Below are a few steps that can be taken, which will help prevent them from even making an appearance in the first place.

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Sun Burn Care

How to Keep Your Skin Safe after a Sunburn

Sun Burn Care

The sun’s rays are stronger than ever these days, and as diligent as people are about putting on sunscreen, there may come a time when you forget. If you find yourself with red, dry, aching, sunburned skin, you can do several things to speed the healing process and get your skin back to normal.

#1 – Avoid the Sun

The last thing you want to do is expose your skin to the same UV rays that caused the damage in the first place. The best course of action involves staying out of the sun altogether, but if you absolutely must go out, wear light long-sleeve shirts, trade your shorts for pants, wear a hat with a wide brim, and make sure to apply sunscreen to any exposed part of your body – including your hands.

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Love Handles

How to Keep the Love Handles from Coming Back Post Surgery

Love Handles

These days, surgery to remove love handles is a common procedure. Individuals develop love handles, or “muffin top”, for a variety of reasons. Sometimes it is due to excess weight; in other cases, pregnancy or certain medical conditions can leave this excess fat around the midsection behind. Keeping that fat from returning after surgery is no different from preventing it any other time.

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Rejuvapen

What is the Rejuvapen?

Rejuvapen

As everyone ages, so does the condition of their external appearances – especially in the facial areas. Skin that was once flawless tends to give way to fine lines, age sports, wrinkles, crow’s feet, stretch marks, scars and even enlarged pores. While there may already be some forms of treatment such as dermabrasion or laser skin resurfacing that are available, an alternative treatment in the form of the Rejuvapen is now available as well. Micro-needling also has less downtime than traditional laser treatments without the risk of pigmentation to the skin.

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Dr. Harrison Lee

Dr. Harrison Lee Discusses Caitlyn Jenner’s Surgery

Dr. Harrison Lee
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Before Caitlyn Jenner came out and mentioned that she had facial feminization surgery performed, many people did not know what the term entailed. As a result, Dr. Harrison Lee, the doctor who helped Caitlyn by performing the surgery on her, has spoken about the importance of the part he played with regards to her gender transformation surgery.

A High Profile Surgery

Although Dr. Lee has performed many facial feminization procedures on patients over the years, Caitlyn’s was the one that was the most talked about. He stated, “Female feminization surgery (FFS) is an incredibly niche market, but a lot broader than most people think. Knowing how high-profile this surgery was going to be, I was thinking about all the people who were on the fence about this type of surgery, and knowing that if Caitlyn’s surgeries were successful, they would empower other transgender candidates to realize that they, too, can live the life they choose.”

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