3 Treatment Options For Age Spots

AIf you spent time in the sun when you were younger, chances are that in your 30s and beyond you will begin to see dark spots appearing on your skin. Age spots, also known as sun spots, are not physically harmful but can certainly be annoying and difficult to cover up with makeup. Luckily, there are treatment options available that can help rid your face of pesky age spots. Here are a few to try:   Read More...

4 Ways To Treat Dry Skin In The Winter That Will Give Your Instant Relief

It may itch, flake, peel or become irritated, but if you treat your skin with care you can overcome excessive dryness. Some people don't experience winter skin dryness until they are exposed to the elements, while others begin to feel discomfort just as soon as the seasons change. If you're trying to maintain smooth, well moisturized, even, toned skin during the colder months, here are four skin treatments you can implement  to protect your skin.   Read More...

Why Make-Up And Acne Don't Mix And How To Fix That

Many ladies and a few guys love to wear make-up. Unfortunately, in your teens and early twenties and again in your mid- to late forties, make-up and acne-prone skin do not mix. This proves to be a very big problem for people who love to wear make-up and feel they cannot because of their acne. Here is why make-up and acne do not mix and how you can treat your acne so that you can wear as much make-up as you want.   Read More...

FAQs About Tumescent Liposculpture

Are you ready to get rid of the extra fat in your abdomen but exercising doesn't do the job? To get the results you are looking for, you might want to consider undergoing the tumescent liposculpting procedure. Basically, fat will be suctioned out of your abdomen to give you fast results. In this article, you will find questions and answers that can help with deciding if tumescent liposculpture is right for you.   Read More...

3 Things You Need To Know About Lipomas

Lipomas are growths of adipose (fat) tissue that do not behave in the same way as the surrounding, normal fat cells. They tend to clump up and grow as lumps under the skin. In some cases, they can grow noticeably large, making people self-conscious about their appearance. There are three important pieces of information you should know about lipomas and how to best manage the condition. Genetic Predisposition Lipomas often run in families.   Read More...