Considering a chemical peel?

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Have you been thinking about getting a chemical peel to improve your skin’s appearance? Dermatologic surgeons have developed various strengths and depths of peels to treat skin affected by a wide variety of conditions, including acne scars, sun damage or fine lines and wrinkles. This chemical peels video provides answers to these questions about this minimally invasive [...]

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People in their 20s are looking ahead

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Twenty-somethings aren’t strangers to cosmetic procedures to rejuvenate and smooth facial skin. Most of them are looking ahead, trying to prevent wrinkles and preserve their skin. The 2013 ASDS Survey on Dermatologic Procedures showed an increase for that age group in both wrinkle-relaxing procedures and soft-tissue filler treatments. Why? In a word, prevention. The majority of [...]

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Fix that hooked nose with a nonsurgical ‘nose job’

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In recent years there has been a trend away from surgical rhinoplasty, the medical term for a “nose job.” Some people might not be able to afford the surgery or two-week recuperation, or can’t bear the thought of a long, painful recovery. Today, many impressive improvements can be obtained through nonsurgical means, using soft-tissue volumizing [...]

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Facial rejuvenation top cosmetic treatments: survey

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These days, dermatologic surgeons have plenty of techniques at the ready to easily smooth wrinkles, repair sun-damaged skin and get rid of those unsightly leg veins. And a new survey finds that consumers are increasingly taking advantage of this expertise. Members of the American Society for Dermatologic Surgery performed nearly 6.5 million cosmetic treatments last [...]

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Multiple treatments safe for forehead ‘11’ wrinkles: study

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Good news for those of us with wrinkles between the eyebrows where we seem to be wearing the number “11” on our foreheads! A new study shows that multiple treatments of the wrinkle-relaxing injectable Dysport for those lines are not only well-tolerated and effective but also show no evidence of cumulative safety issues. The study [...]

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