That sound you hear is swimsuit season sneaking up on us very quickly. This means many of us are thinking that all the holiday parties and cheer landed on our hips. That’s not a good look for swimsuit season. Not only do women want to get less hippy, more and more men are looking to contour their hips, too.
Using Botox® to smooth out lines and wrinkles is a trusted, minimally invasive, non-surgical procedure that’s been around for years and considered to be an FDA-approved, safe and effective treatment. You might know people who’ve had it done or have even had a Botox treatment yourself before. Whether it’s your first time or tenth, you might have a few questions about Botox. We’re here to help answer those questions.
We made it through another year! Go ahead, pat yourself on the back because likely as not, you’ve had your fill of down times this year and still … you came through like a trouper. And, if you’re like us, you’re thinking about creating one or more resolutions to help make your life better in the new year.
Many people are self-conscious about the fat under their chins and experience low self-esteem as a result. Gained weight, genetics, and aging play a role in developing fullness under the chin.
A healthy diet and constant exercise just aren’t enough for fat between the chin and neck to dissipate. But look no farther—there are ways to get rid of that double chin and feel confident in your profile again.
There’s been a lot of talk lately about the popularity of non-surgical cosmetic procedures and how more and more people are opting for them as they are often more affordable and have quicker recovery times than surgical procedures. But that doesn’t mean that cosmetic surgery, which has more permanence than a non-surgical cosmetic procedure, is a thing of the past. The important thing to remember is which procedure is best for what you want to do.
When it comes to facials, many people view them as a luxury. And no doubt, they certainly can feel luxurious. But when you consider all of the health benefits they provide, perhaps you might start to think of them as a necessity. Facials and other skin-care treatments can be a way to reduce the signs of aging.
The eyes have it, when it comes to the first signs of aging. The delicate skin surrounding our eyes develops wrinkles that we may be able to shrug off as “laugh lines,” but the skin can also sag, causing droopy eyes or bags under the eyes that belie or call more attention to our age than we would like.