The difference between Botox and facial fillers

Sick of deep lines on your face? Wishing you could get a quick fix for the signs of aging around your mouth and eyes? You may think that Botox is your only option, but in fact there are other injectable cosmetics that plastic surgeons use to treat some lines on the face.

February 15, 2013
Categories: Cosmetic Medicine News, Dermal Fillers, Injectables


Anti-aging elixirs may be sitting in your pantry

You may slather on the sunscreen or swear by your moisturizers, but did you know that there are certain food products that can also enhance your skin? No, we're not talking about the antioxidant nature of blueberries and pomegranates - according to the Express Tribune, some of the foods sitting in your pantry can be rubbed onto the skin to promote a more youthful appearance.

February 13, 2013
Categories: Anti-Aging News


Talking with your doctor about Botox safety

The number one way to make sure your plastic surgery goes well is to speak with a board-certified plastic surgeon.

February 12, 2013
Categories: Anti-Aging News, Cosmetic Medicine News, Injectables, Plastic Surgery News, Patient Safety


Can't reach your goal weight? These stumbling blocks may be to blame

February is officially here, and this is the month when many people give up on their New Year's resolutions.

February 11, 2013
Categories: Body Contouring News, Lifestyle, Fitness, Nutrition


Botox helps boy with cerebral palsy

Botox isn't just a cosmetic medicine that can erase facial wrinkles - for some, it's a necessity. The injectable cosmetic can be used for many different purposes aside from reducing the signs of aging, as shown by a recent story from Indiana's News Center.

February 7, 2013
Categories: Cosmetic Medicine News, Injectables, Plastic Surgery News



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