The latest research shows that we use our phones an average of five hours a day, although the actual amount of time spent is likely even higher for most people. Wifi, smart phones and an ever-evolving technological landscape have opened many doors, but these things could also be aging us prematurely.
Keeping skin healthy is a constant battle. It doesn't end once we rid ourselves of the dreaded teen acne, either. Throughout our lives we battle aging, and our skin takes the most obvious hit. One thing many people fail to realize is the impact our diet has on our skin.
With skin cancer on the rise and more and more public awareness campaigns attempting to spread the word and increase the success rate of treatment with early diagnosis, it's understandable that you may be cautious anytime you see a mole, whether it is new or old.
Although usually harmless, skin tags can be embarrassing and frustrating for many people. Also called acrochordons, they're increasingly common as people age, but they can occur in younger people, as well. Some of the most common places they're found are on the neck, eyelids, armpits, groin and under the breasts.
The anatomy of the face makes it so that the brows and eyelids are closely connected. In some cases, patients who think they need a brow-lift actually need an eyelid-lift and vice versa. For some, both procedures combined may provide the best results.
Two words sum up what most women and men are looking for when it comes to skin treatments: looking younger. That's what the revolutionary J-Plasma Skin-Tightening technology is all about. This face-lift alternative can provide great results without the invasiveness and recovery time of surgery.
Scars come in all shapes and sizes and can occur as the result of many different types of injuries. Sometimes, the most unexpected injuries end up leaving scars while more severe injuries heal with hardly a trace. Regardless of the cause, most people don't like having noticeable scars.
A cancer diagnosis of any kind feels like the worst thing in the world. Skin cancer is the most common cancer in the United States, according to the American Academy of Dermatology. An estimated one in five Americans will experience a skin cancer diagnosis during their lifetime.
It seems like dermaplaning is the new buzzword in beauty and skin treatments these days, and there are a few good reasons why. The exfoliating treatment involves removing dead skin cells and all the little hairs that cover the face by gently scraping them with a surgical scalpel.