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10 Skin Care Tips for the Holidays
It's that time of year; parties, company dinners, family get-togethers and you want your skin to look great through the whole season. Here are some helpful tips to keep your skin looking great for the holidays:
Botox Treatment for Hyperhidrosis
BOTOX® can be used to reduce sweating on any part of the body, making it an effective solution for treating focal hyperhidrosis.
Important Changes in the Cosmetic Surgery Industry
Recent statistics reflect both increased demand for cosmetic surgery, as well as a growing acceptance in public opinion of cosmetic surgery in North America. The popularity of reality shows that feature cosmetic surgery, have perhaps increased public awareness and acceptance of cosmetic procedures.
Important Filler Facts
By now, many people are aware that hyaluronic acid (Restylane® and Perlane®) and collagen (Cosmoderm® and Cosmoplast®) can be used to fill creases, wrinkles and scars on the face and neck, in both men and women, and can also be used to enhance the fullness of the lips.
Preparing For the Big Day
Everyone -- guests and those who will be in the public eye -- wants their skin to look its best on their big day. Here are some simple tips you can follow to help avoid skin problems on your special day:
Restoring a Youthful Appearance
While the intrinsic factors are natural, and unavoidable in the natural process of aging, the most important form of prevention is in controlling the extrinsic factors that result in accelerated aging of the skin. Proper skin care, reducing exposure to UV rays and living a healthy lifestyle in general are all things that will help maintain healthy skin over time.
Treating Hyperhidrosis or Excessive Sweating
Hyperhidrosis, or excessive sweating occurs in about 2 to 3% of the population, and affects both men and women, usually in the palms, soles of the feet, and the underarms. Understand that this is a common disorder, and there are many readily available solutions.