Four Non-Surgical Things You Can Do to Make Your Skin Look Instantly Ageless

It seems that the older you get, the harder it gets to make your skin look soft, supple, and radiant. Eventually you might give up trying to look younger, but there is no real reason why you should. There are several non-surgical ways in which to look instantly ageless, and here are just a few of them. Water You may be surprised to learn that dehydrated skin looks more wrinkled, tired, and old. Read More 

Still Got Lice? 4 Reasons Why Your Lice Treatment Didn’t Work The First Time

Lice infests as many as 12 million people around the globe each year. Children age 3 to 10 are more commonly infested than the adult population. However, no one is immune to the bloodsuckers. When you notice that your child has lice, your first instinct is to get rid of the bugs, but that's not as easy as it seems. Many children undergo several treatments before they are considered free of lice. Read More 

Botox Questions You May Want Answered

There are a number of cosmetic procedures that you can undergo to improve your overall appearance. One of the more popular options for addressing loose skin and wrinkles are Botox injections. Before you are able to decide whether this procedure is the right solution for your skin needs, there are a few questions and answers that you will want to know. What Should You Expect During The Botox Procedure? Some patients may be concerned about what they should expect from receiving Botox injections. Read More 

Cosmetic Dermatology For Keloids

In basic terms, a keloid is a scar that keeps on growing. While a normal scar covers an area that was cut or damaged, a keloid starts out that way and then grows to cover adjacent areas as well. In most situations, a person has a tendency to get keloids. While not any scar will develop into a keloid, many of them will if you have this tendency. People without this predisposition will almost never get them. Read More 

Treating And Re-Hydrating Hair After Bleaching And Coloring

Bleaching is often necessary when coloring your hair -- but it can also be extremely damaging if the right precautions aren't taken. Depending on how strong and thick your hair naturally is, the bleaching process can lead to substantial drying. When your hair becomes too dry, it can start to break off and fall out. After you've finished bleaching and coloring your hair, you may want to take the following steps. Read More