Dermatologists review beauty devices that claim to treat acne, scars and wrinkles. Are they as good as professional treatments?
Also known as "head spa," this procedure claims to remove buildup, reduce itchiness and increase circulation. Does it live up to the hype?
Here's exactly what happens in this unusual procedure.
Offsetting my sorrow at saying no to every dessert that passed though my office was the fact that my face generally looked better. My skin appeared brighter, my wrinkles seem less pronounced, and I even seemed to need less under-eye concealer
One word: dentist. When you're at a holiday party engaging women in witty banter, the last thing you want is for them to be wondering -- disgusting tartar build-up, or deviled egg leftovers? Either way -- ewwwww.
Whether it's because you've received a last minute invite to a fancy shindig, engaged in pre-wedding prep procrastination or spontaneously RSVP'd to an event you anticipate needing to look photogenic, certain steps can be taken to ensure your skin looks good in a short amount of time.
Fighting the process of aging is a sad waste of time. I'd rather reassess and embrace the process while using common sense to help prevent PREMATURE aging. It's all about being healthy: body and mind.
Skin regime is a huge part of being healthy from the inside out. There are cheap to expensive options all around - from small boutique businesses to hotel spas. I hadn't ever found the real deal until I came upon Erno Laszlo's Institute.
Put Google to work. Type in the search word "best" plus the spa service and your town. Yelp, Insider, Bing, City Search or some other social media review site should pop up with information on a variety of therapists and spa professionals.
Human breast milk from a stranger, on your face? Sounds gross. Or at the very least, gimmicky. But hey, we reasoned: We're progressive. Plus, the number one tip for clearing up baby acne is to dab on a little "liquid gold," as new mothers call it.