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ASPS annual statistics

March 17, 2014

Each year, the American Society of Plastic Surgeons releases data on what procedures are gaining in popularity and what’s on the way out. Overall, cosmetic procedures were up 5%, with a 6% increase in minimally-invasive cosmetic procedures and a 2% … Continue reading

What’s new in 2014

January 20, 2014

New Year’s is that magical time of year when everything is given a fresh start. Another chance to lose the extra weight, run a marathon or find a new job. Everything seems a little newer…except maybe those stubborn wrinkles and … Continue reading

Your diet may be causing wrinkles!

September 25, 2013

A recent article in New You Magazine discusses the link between junk food and wrinkles. According to the article excess sugar intake leads to the formation of advanced glycation endproducts (abbreviated AGEs). Endproducts are formed when excess sugar in the … Continue reading

What’s your “Suntelligence”?

April 17, 2013

A little while ago the American Academy of Dermatology polled 26 U.S. cities to find out just how sun savvy they were. The most “suntelligent” city was Hartford, Connecticut. There were some other interesting findings which are listed below: 60 … Continue reading

4 Facelift Alternatives

February 23, 2013

Many clients feel uncertain whether a facelift will really help them look younger. There are four major signs of aging – loose and sagging skin, rhytids (wrinkles), pigmentation and sun damage and loss of volume. A facelift really only addresses … Continue reading

Mycobacterial infections found in tattoo ink

November 28, 2012

A recent article from the New England Journal of Medicine has shown a new cause of tattoo related infections. Previously, skin infections have been linked to specific tattoo parlors, and even single tattoo artists. Their new study, however, has shown … Continue reading