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Stop Sweating Your Underarm Sweat

It’s a vicious cycle: you’re anxious that you’ll sweat on the first date and ruin your shirt, but you’re so nervous that you start to sweat even more. Now you’re self-conscious about it, and you go throughout your day changing shirts, re-applying antiperspirant, and worrying that other people are noticing the stains under your arms…. Read more

Choosing the Right Plastic Surgeon for Your Rhinoplasty

Rhinoplasty is arguably the most intricate and complex plastic surgery procedure. Not surprisingly, it is also the most revised procedure to date. So many factors can affect the outcome, including the healing process, the patient’s skin thickness, and the patient’s bone structure and tissues. What’s more, the surgeon must endure the responsibility of restoring proper… Read more

Four Primary Care Questions to Ask Yourself About Your Plastic Surgeon

When making the life-altering decision to undergo plastic surgery, of course you will have[Looks great, thanks!] a long list of qualifying questions to ask your prospective surgeon about his training and skill level. But as you interview him, here are a few equally as important evaluation questions to ask yourself. Is He Kind? Upon first… Read more

Herbal Supplements before Cosmetic Surgery May Cause Trouble

You know that natural herbal supplements are supposed to boost your immune system, give you more energy, and improve your health. What you may not know is that these dietary supplements may cause side effects during cosmetic surgery or problems afterwards. Half of All Cosmetic Surgery Patients Use Supplements One 2013 study, published in Plastic… Read more

Eat Your Way to a Beautiful Complexion

Most people suffer from at least some symptoms of dry, rough, easily sun-damaged or otherwise imperfect skin. If that sounds like you, we’ve got good news: Making healthy swaps in your diet doesn’t only help you lose weight, fight cancer and live longer … it also improves your skin. The following suggestions, followed regularly, will… Read more

Get the Scoop on CoolSculpting

While some people focus on burning fat in order to get rid of unsightly bulges, CoolSculpting takes the opposite approach. This innovative procedure freezes fat cells, which are then eliminated. CoolSculpting is a fast, noninvasive procedure that can be effective at getting rid of flabby areas. How Does CoolSculpting Work? CoolSculpting involves using a cooling… Read more

Otoplasty 101

While facelifts, tummy tucks and nose surgery tend to dominate the discussion when it comes to plastic surgery, one common surgery that is regularly performed on both children and adults is otoplasty. Also known as “ear plastic surgery,” otoplasty is just that – a procedure that cosmetically alters or corrects the ears, either from congenital… Read more

What to Expect After Rhinoplasty?

If you have a deviated septum that causes breathing problems or you are otherwise unhappy with the appearance of your nose, you may be able to resolve the problem with rhinoplasty. Rhinoplasty is a surgical procedure designed to reshape the nose and/or correct certain defects. Although this procedure is relatively minor, it is still important… Read more

Tips for a Speedy Rhinoplasty Surgery Recovery

What to Expect After Surgery Rhinoplasty is a common surgery that many people undergo when they either do not like the appearance of their nose, or they have issues breathing due to irregularities in their nasal passages. After rhinoplasty surgery, patients must take approximately one week off from work to fully recover. Typically, it takes… Read more

Treatment for Rosacea

Rosacea is a common skin disorder that affects millions of Americans every year. As an inflammatory condition that can cause facial skin to turn red, rosacea occurs when small blood vessels constantly flush beneath your skin. Although the cause of rosacea is not fully understood, this condition can be aggravated by a variety of factors,… Read more

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