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28 Apr 2017

Is Liquid Rhinoplasty Right for You?

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Is Liquid Rhinoplasty Right for You?

Many people are not satisfied with the appearance of their nose. Rhinoplasty is one of the main forms of plastic surgery in the US. But not everyone wants to go under the knife, for various reasons. Thankfully, there are alternatives.

Liquid Rhinoplasty is also known as the “no knife” or “non-surgical” nose job and has increased in popularity in recent years as a great way to change the shape of the nose without surgery. It is not technically a rhinoplasty, but can give people similar benefits. Read on to learn whether you may be a good candidate for Liquid Rhinoplasty.

What It Is
The Liquid Rhinoplasty procedure is the injection of filler into the nose. The most commonly used fillers for this purpose are those made with hyaluronic acid (HA), such as Juvederm, Radiesse, and Restylane. Of the temporary fillers, Radiesse is the one that lasts longest. This can be an advantage unless the patient isn’t happy with the result because there will be a wait of up to two years before it will reabsorb, as it can’t be dissolved. Restylane and Juvederm do not last as long, but they can both be dissolved with an enzyme injection is the patient is somehow unsatisfied with the result. And then there are some doctors who use Silikon – 1000, a permanent silicone filler. It’s a treatment that is a much higher risk because it’s permanent.

Why Use It?
Injectable fillers in the nose are primarily used to hide the dorsal hump by filling below and above the hump. There are some patients who use Liquid Rhinoplasty after they have had too much of their nasal dorsum taken down during a surgical rhinoplasty. The results last anywhere from six months to forever, depending on what filler is used.

Possible Issues
If the fillers are injected into a blood vessel, it can lead to serious complications like skin necrosis. Cases of serious infections and even blindness have been reported, as well. It is important to schedule a consultation if you think you may be a good candidate for Liquid Rhinoplasty.

27 Apr 2017

Vitamin E Oil and Your Skin

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Vitamin E Oil and Your Skin

Vitamin E is both an antioxidant and a nutrient. It’s a very versatile oil in its purest form. It is known as tocopherol and can be found in a lot of skin care products. Vitamin E is very beneficial for the skin, especially when it’s combined with other antioxidants. This helps skin care products to form a defense against free radicals and additional environmental damage.

Vitamin E can be found at almost any store in capsule or liquid form. You can puncture a capsule to release oil for topical application. It is important to look for “tocopherol” on the label when you are buying a product and be sure it is combined with other antioxidants for the greatest benefit. “Applying a little bit of vitamin E on a daily basis goes a long way, ” says Tatiana Kononov, Revision Skincare Director of Research and Development.

Vitamin E is a nutrient for the skin. It is an antioxidant that aids in the neutralization of free radicals. Even though it is frequently debated in the wellness community whether or not the vitamin is effective for your skin, the National Institutes of Health Office of Dietary Supplements (ODS) says that some of its functions can be beneficial. When buying a skincare product with vitamin E, look for one that has the vitamin combined with other antioxidants. Kononov recommends CoEnzyme Q10 and vitamin C.

Vitamin E oil can be found in a lot of different lotions and creams. It’s most commonly found in anti-aging moisturizers, skin brighteners, and sunscreens. Depending on what you need to treat, there are different ways to use vitamin E. It can be used for issues such as brown spots, wrinkles, dry lips, rough skin, and cuticles. Speak with your doctor or dermatologist about how you should use it specifically.

26 Apr 2017

Botox Can Help Your Sweaty Feet

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Botox Can Help Your Sweaty Feet

Some of us might only experience sweaty feet after a day outside in the heat or after exercise. However, some people have sweaty feet all of the time. This can get in the way of a person’s daily life in a significant way. This is called “hyperhidrosis” and is a medical issue in which a person sweats much more than the average. A person who has this condition has overactive sweat glands, even when they are resting or temperatures outside are cool. This can be embarrassing for the sufferer and annoying because, for example, you have to change your socks often during the day and fight foul odors. Having sweaty feet can also cause health problems due to excess moisture triggering fungi growth.

This is where Botox can help. Of course, Botox is mainly known for helping people keep a more youthful look, but it can help those with hyperhidrosis, too. Botox has been approved by the FDA to treat sweaty underarms, and is now being used for feet that excessively sweat. When it is injected into the feet, Botox paralyzes the sweat glands. The results are feet that are comfortable and dry. You can expect the results of Botox for hyperhidrosis to last for six to 15 months. Be sure to ask your doctor whether hyperhidrosis is the problem or if there’s another reason for your sweaty feet. Other causes of foot sweat and odor include, exercise, humid and hot weather, obesity, hormonal changes, an inherited condition, emotional stress, a rare neurological cause that’s due to certain nerve overactivity, structural issues that cause mechanical stresses on the feet, and footwear that is ill-fitting and made from materials that aren’t breathable.

Do you have what you think may be hyperhidrosis and feel that Botox may be the answer for your condition? Schedule a consultation today to determine the best treatment options for you!

25 Apr 2017

5 Ways to Naturally Get Softer Skin

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5 Ways to Naturally Get Softer Skin

Everyone wants softer skin — it looks and feels younger and healthier. Read on to learn how you can naturally get skin that is more soft and supple.

Scrub Gently
Use a soft sponge to cleanse your own skin each day using soap-free body wash and plain water. Apply the body wash using a sponge using circular motions for better blood circulation. But don’t scrub too much if you have acne, as it can cause the issue to become worse and leave scars. You can make your own scrubs or use products that contain sugar or synthetic beads. The particles are more uniform in shape than ones you will find in fruit scrubs and less damaging to the skin.

Use Tea Tree Oil
This product has antibacterial properties that aid in combating bacteria that causes acne. It’s also great for reducing blemishes and scars. You may be allergic to the oil, so make sure to test it on your inner wrist area before you apply it to your face.

Use Other Oils
Use almond, olive, or coconut oils to help moisturize your skin and make it smooth, providing it with vitamin E. They can also fight off bacteria that causes acne because of the antibacterial properties. It’s also great for reducing scars and blemishes. Be sure to test it out on your inner wrist area if you’re allergic to any essential oils for the face. Use a cotton ball to dip into the olive or coconut oil and put it right on your skin before sleep. Rinse it off the next morning using a gentle cleanse. Be sure to follow up with moisturizing the skin.

Wax or Shave Regularly
If you desire legs that are silky and soft, shaving or waxing helps. These techniques not only obviously remove hair and make the legs softer, they also remove dead skin cells that accumulate on the skin’s surface. Use a moisturizing lotion or shaving cream to shave your legs instead of a cleansing gel, to keep your skin from becoming too dry. For results that are even softer, choose a wax that is fortified with moisturizing ingredients, such as aloe.

Massage the Skin
Massaging the skin will increase blood circulation and oxygen flow to your skin. This makes your skin more soft and glowing. Massage also helps to improve your skin texture’s flexibility.

24 Apr 2017

Radiesse and Its Use for the Rugged Skin of a Man

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Radiesse and Its Use for the Rugged Skin of a Man

Sometimes your skin has it rough. The fact may be that you have some hard-earned wrinkles. Many things can affect the appearance of your skin, such as aging, long days and nights at work, kids, and more. As we grow older, the skin starts to lose its natural support structures (collagen and elastin), which are necessary for keeping the skin looking more supple and youthful. The skin will lose its ability to “bounce back” as we age, and its support structures diminish. Lines and wrinkles result.

A lot of people don’t care to show off the years of misuse and abuse the skin has undergone and they turn to injectable fillers. Radiesse is one of these fillers and is used to reverse the appearance of age and plump up the skin, allowing for an appearance that is more radiant and youthful. One reason that fillers are so popular is that they are minimally invasive and can be administered during a patient’s lunch hour. Radiesse offers instant rejuvenation results. The healthcare professional will use a fine needle for the injectable and you’ll be able to say goodbye to your wrinkles. Many patients have seen results that last a year or longer!

Wrinkle-erasing is not just for women! Radiesse is actually ideal for a man’s rugged skin. Radiesse volumizing filler is made from exclusive natural mineral and injected using a fine needle that is placed under the skin. It starts working immediately, instantly getting rid of the signs of wrinkles and creases. Some people wonder why and how it lasts so long. Well, over time the mineral begins to break down and Radiesse’s benefits continue as the body’s own natural collagen is stimulated. This gives an individual more structure after the first effects of the filler have diminished. You will find that the lifting capacity of Radiesse is outstanding and perfect for smoothing the wrinkles and folds of a man’s skin, which is usually more rough than a woman’s.

Do you have creases and wrinkles you want diminished for a more youthful appearance? Schedule a consultation today to determine the best treatment options for your needs.

21 Apr 2017

Steps for Dry Brushing Your Face

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Steps for Dry Brushing Your Face

You’ve probably heard of dry brushing before if you are concerned about skin care. But have you ever thought about dry brushing your face? This technique will give you a chemical-free, low cost way to exfoliate your skin. Exfoliation is important when it comes to facial beauty treatments, as it gets rid of dead skin cells and lets new cells grow. It also helps prevent blackheads and gives you skin that is more radiant and soft. It’s important to be gentle to avoid damage to the skin. Read on to learn how to dry brush your face properly.

Cleanse Your Face
In order to prepare your face for dry brushing, wash it first with a facial cleanser.

Rinse and Dry
Be sure to thoroughly rinse your face and allow it to dry completely. Pat (do not rub) it dry.

Start Brushing
Gently begin brushing your face using a facial brush. Start at your neck and work your way up to the forehead. On your chin, neck, and forehead, use upward motions with the brush. On your nose and cheeks, use circular motions.

Moisturize
Apply your favorite facial moisturizer to your face and neck.

Tips
Don’t dry brush your face if you feel any discomfort or if you have any cuts, infections, open wounds, or rashes. Be sure to avoid the area that surrounds your eyes. Start out by dry brushing your face for no longer than a half of a minute. Gradually, you can increase the time you dry brush up to three minutes by increments of a half a minute. Make sure to only use a brush that is made for facial skin, as body brushes are too rough for facial use. You can dry brush your face each day.

20 Apr 2017

Blindness after Injectables Is Rare, but Possible Without a Skilled Professional

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People choose dermal filler injections for a number of cosmetic issues. Maybe they want to eliminate nasolabial folds or fill the frown lines that are between the eyes. Dermal fillers, such as Radiesse, Restylane, and Juvederm are becoming more and more popular. They are basically safe, but may rarely cause blindness if you don’t choose an experienced professional.

There are many small blood vessels — arteries in particular — in the forehead and the eye area that supply blood to the area. The incorrect use of dermal fillers can lead to a blood vessel that carries blood to the eye becoming blocked. Blindness results when blood can’t reach the eye because of the blockage. This is called retinal artery occlusion (RAO).

The American Journal of Ophthalmology published a study that shows that 12 people experienced sudden loss of vision after getting cosmetic injections in the face. The prognosis was actually worse after fat injections.

Additional reviews and studies of scientific literature have taken place since this initial study and they have come to the same conclusion: blindness is a possible side effect if you receive injections in your face.

This kind of treatment is in high demand and individuals are receiving injectables at younger ages. This means it is especially important to know the short and long-term potential issues that can come up before you receive this kind of treatment.

It is important to know that having fillers injected into the face is usually harmless. The typical side effects might include temporary redness near the site of injection, and possible temporary soreness and swelling. It is very rare to have serious complications after facial injections. However, when they do occur, it is terrible. This is why it is very important to choose a skilled and experienced medical professional to give you injections. They know exactly where to inject and the amount to inject.

Considering the number of facial injections given, the occurrence of this issue is so rare that the authors of the studies could not estimate an incidence.

 

 

19 Apr 2017

What Your Skin Says About Your Health

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What Your Skin Says About Your Health

Did you know that your skin provides a picture of your general health? Everybody’s skin tells a different story, whether they have flawless and smooth skin that doesn’t seem to age, or they have giant looking pores. Fortunately, through the right activity and nutrition, anyone can improve their health and skin to turn back time and glow beautifully. Read on to learn five ways that your skin reveals what is going on inside your body.

New Growths

It may be a sign of skin cancer if you notice that you’re starting to grow new moles that do not have defined boundaries or are discolored. The majority of the time, skin cancer shows itself on the skin’s surface and is treated easily. But it can also start to burrow more deeply and result in cancer that spreads throughout the body.

Rashes

You may have an internal infection if you find that you have a rash on your skin that won’t go away. Many rashes are due to food sensitivities or allergies, but some can be a sign of something more serious. A rash that is dark red and velvety is frequently a sign of type 2 diabetes and many doctors will suggest having your blood sugar checked if you notice such a symptom.

Discoloration

A lot can be determined about your health based on the color of your skin. If your skin is a yellow-tinge, for example, it can be a sign that your liver is failing. But if it starts to darken or bronze, it may be a sign of Addison’s disease, which affects your adrenal glands directly.

Clogged Pores

Suffering from whiteheads, blackheads, and clogged pores can all be in direct relation to what you eat. Eating a diet that consists of dairy and fats can cause your pores to be clogged with oil. Attempt to limit these kinds of foods each day.

Acne

A lot of teens suffer from acne and it is typically a sign of a hormonal imbalance. It is normally treated easily. But it can still be uncomfortable and lead to scars and a low self-esteem.

 

18 Apr 2017

Over 50? Here Are the Best Skin Care Techniques

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Over 50? Here Are the Best Skin Care Techniques

If you’ve reached age 50 or so, you may notice that you just don’t have the same glow you did when you were younger. You may be experiencing roughness, fine lines, sagging, dullness, and more. There are certain steps you may want to take to care for your skin at this age, since the traditional cleansing, toning, and moisturizing may not be enough. Read on to learn more about how to care for your skin if you are 50 or over.

Cleanse Gently
The majority of women who are over 50 tend to have skin that’s more dry than it was when they were younger. Be sure to use gentle cleansers that don’t strip the skin. Go for lotion or cream formulas that can be rinsed off or wiped off with a tissue, as they will leave the natural oil layer of the skin in tact. You may want to occasionally use “double duty” cleansers that exfoliate with mild alpha hydroxy acids or jojoba beads. They are best used at nighttime.

Use Serums
Some common characteristics of skin in its 50s are loss of elasticity, dullness, and dark spots (hyperpigmentation). In order to take care of these issues, a more potent skin care product than just a moisturizer is needed. This is where serums come in handy. They are concentrated treatment formulas made to address individual skin problems. Making serum part of your daily and nightly skin care regimen will give care to the skin problems that are most affecting you.

Look for Special Ingredients
For example, if you have fine lines, look for a retinoid, which will work to resurface the skin. They are best used at night and also increase cellular activity in the dermis and help with loss of elasticity that is so common in the 50s.

If you have dark spots, they may respond well to hydroquinone or natural ingredients such as vitamin C, licorice extract, and kojic acid.

If you struggle with sagging skin, vitamin C is a great choice because it helps with the production of collagen.

And alpha hydroxy acids (AHAs) will help with dull skin by resurfacing and unclogging pores.

Moisturize More
This might be the most important step in your skincare regimen. This will help replenish the natural oils on the skin’s surface which often diminish in the 50s because of estrogen loss. The greatest moisturizers will include things like vitamins C and E, and additional antioxidants such as green tea and exfoliants like AHAs, and humectants such as SPF and hyaluronic acid (HA). For nighttime lotions look for ones with retinoids and AHAs.

Don’t forget to wear SPF consistently. Use an SPF of 30 or higher that is broad spectrum to protect you against both UVA and UVB rays.

17 Apr 2017

6 Reasons to Have More Sweet Potatoes in Your Diet

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6 Reasons to Have More Sweet Potatoes in Your Diet

Sweet potatoes are a filling, inexpensive, and delicious snack or side dish to a meal. Many people love them. The goods news is that they also have many health benefits. Here are six:

They’re Packed With Vitamin C
Many people think of vitamin C as a vitamin that will help when it comes to the common cold or flu. But few people know that this important vitamin plays a great part in digestion, bone and tooth formation, and the formation of blood cells. It also helps speed up wound healing and produces collagen, which helps maintain the skin’s elasticity (helping us look youthful, ,and is necessary to help us deal with stress.

They’re Anti-Agers and Help Ward Off Cancer
The rich orange color of sweet potatoes indicates that they’re high in carotenoids such as beta carotene, which is the precursor to vitamin A in the body. Carotenoids aid in strengthening eyesight and boosting immunity. They’re strong antioxidants that help protect against aging and cancer.

They Don’t Cause Spikes in Blood Sugar
Even though they are naturally sweet in taste, the natural sugars of sweet potatoes are slowly released into the bloodstream. This helps ensure a regular and balanced source of energy, leaving behind blood sugar spikes that are associated with weight gain and fatigue.

They’re a Good Source of Potassium
It’s one of the important electrolytes that aid in the regulation of heartbeat and nerve signals. Potassium carries out a number of essential functions, including protecting and controlling the activities of the kidneys, relaxing muscle contractions, and reducing swelling.

They’re Packed With Vitamin B6
This vitamin helps reduce homocysteine in the body. Homocysteine has been linked with degenerative diseases, which includes heart attacks.

They’re High in Magnesium
This important mineral is needed for healthy heart, blood, bone, nerve, and muscle function. It has been estimated that about 80 percent of the North American population may be deficient in magnesium!

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