One of the greatest temptations any girl has to face is the beauty aisle at any department store. Instead of buying all kinds of good stuff just because it looks promising, take a look at what sits at home instead. Even if you’re just using food, what matters is that it delivers results. You may miss out on having tons of cute products in your purse but you will look great. Continue reading
Women in their twenties or their thirties might already feel the pressure of aging on their skin care and look to a cosmetic solution. The practice of getting better quality skin at a younger age is by no means a new one, but one that health and beauty companies are zeroing in on to gain a larger market share. After all, even younger women are not immune to skin complications that make them yearn for a better look. Continue reading
A recent study delivered great news for users of anti-wrinkle concoctions and expensive skin serums. Simple SPF 15+ sunscreen can prevent the aging effects of sun exposure and, in some cases, reverse it. These findings will free many from the expense of purchasing pricey skin care products in order to keep their skin looking firm and young.
Researchers studied 900 Australian men and women from 1992 to 1996, splitting them into several groups. One group’s members were told to use SPF 15+ sunscreen at their discretion. Another group was instructed to use the same strength sunscreen on their heads, necks, arms, and hands daily, and to reapply it if they sweated heavily or went swimming. Continue reading
One should know that what they eat is reflected in how their skin may look. If one wants their skin to glow and still look sweet sixteen in your late 30’s, you should be choosier on the kinds of food you eat.
Not all food makes your skin look young, there are only a few that have such ability, and which one should consider incorporating into their daily diet. The following are five foods for skin care, which will make the skin look younger: Continue reading
Botox is considered a staple in today’s anti-aging treatments, but it is actually just one of several products utilizing a very mild form of the botulinum toxin—the same neurotoxic protein that causes life-threatening food poisoning in larger doses. Botox is actually a trade name but the term has been used to refer to products that use the toxin to correct wrinkling. The efficacy of Botox in smoothing out foreheads and laugh lines explains its popularity among men and women in their late 30s, 40s, 50s and even beyond. What is surprising is that Botox is also finding its way in the faces of women in their 20s. Continue reading
Promising younger-looking skin, the oxygen facial is treatment being used by a growing number of celebrities. The procedure is performed by an aesthetician that applies a mix of pressurized oxygen and acid, combined with special serums, to the skin of the face.
Unlike Botox, the oxygen facial does not paralyze expression lines and is less painful. Because the oxygen is pressurized, it helps the skin absorb the combined serums that moisturize the face. Continue reading
According to researchers from Harvard Medical School, resveratrol, which is a compound found in red wine, provides some great anti-aging benefits. Resveratrol is an antioxidant that occurs naturally in plants such as cocoa and grapes and it contains properties that protects from excessive ultra violet rays and infections.
A study published in Science Magazine on March 8, 2013 by the aforementioned Harvard researchers confirms that these properties can provide great anti-aging benefits in humans. Moreover, the study indicates that resveratrol stimulates the production of SIRT1 in the body. Continue reading
Though most celebrities adamantly deny that they will ever even consider plastic surgery, award winner Naomi Watts says that plastic surgery is not out of the question. Though Watts says that she needs expression in her face to aptly play the emotional roles that she has lately been filling, plastic surgery is not something that she completely dismisses. Continue reading
The majority of individuals are aware of things like sun, smoking and stress that speed up the aging process and the need for cosmetics and plastic surgery. However, there are a number of surprising things that can also accelerate the visual signs of aging. Here are nine of the lesser-known culprits: Continue reading
Recently, research gave wine lovers another reason to raise their glasses – this time for its supposed anti-aging benefits. Resveratrol, a chemical found in red wine and cocoa has already been speculated to reduce blood pressure in men and help maintain motor balance in the elderly. Now with anti-aging benefits to boot, is resveratrol can become the new darling of the cosmetics industry. Continue reading
With more than two billion dollars in sales for the cosmetics business last year, plastic surgery and commercial anti-aging treatments are as popular as ever. However, the question has been raised about how effective many of the commercially available treatments really are. Because there is minimal government oversight of both beauty products and cosmetics, many of the companies that manufacture anti-aging products are able to promise their customers satisfaction without actually being liable for the results. Continue reading
Aging is a tricky thing to fight against because it is a natural process that all living creatures must go through. However, that doesn’t mean we shouldn’t even try to manage aging. At the very least, we can even slow down the process by feeding the body with the right substances to keep it young and using the right anti-aging products and treatments to trick our systems to perform as if it were younger. Find out which anti-aging ingredients work best and what to look for in the latest personal care lines and cosmetics. Continue reading
It may sound like something from the annals of Ray Bradbury fiction, but frozen stem cell treatment for cosmetic enhancement is very real. In fact, there are some researchers who claim that stem cell treatment can reduce the appearance of aging and improve skin quality. Stem cells can be gathered from a patient’s adipose tissue and applied to another area of the body. There are even some scientists who cryogenically store the cells for preservation and future application. Continue reading
LOS ANGELES, Calif. – Epione Beverly Hills, a leading, state-of-the-art laser and aesthetic medicine center has earned Allergan Inc.’s “Black Diamond” certification. The certification is awarded to leaders in the field of medical aesthetics and demonstrates their commitment to innovation, excellence and the highest level of patient care.