Previously we've discussed avoiding certain behaviors like smoking and tanning if you want to avoid premature aging. The skin is the body's largest organ, and it is continuously exposed to light, heat, water, wind, and pollution, all of which will cause damage. The older you get, the less your skin is able to regenerate and repair itself, which is why people get fine lines and wrinkles as well as blemishes and other skin imperfections as they age. What can you do to take better care of your skin and avoid getting that damage?
Previously we've talked about the importance of following post-surgical instructions and what you can do to help your body heal after surgery. In this blog piece we will discuss why getting your rest is so vital to healing faster and better. People tend to discount sleep as being unimportant, especially when there are more entertaining things to do, but without sleep you will feel worse for longer after your surgery and even after you've healed you will not be at your best. Why is sleep so important?
Summer is a time when important things happen - things like weddings, graduations, class reunions, and family reunions. Most people want to look good on a regular day, but when it comes to a big event like a wedding or a class reunion, it’s even more important to make a good impression. With Botox, it’s possible to roll back the clock to achieve a more youthful appearance, but it’s wise to time a Botox injection well. Here are some things to consider before you make that appointment.
May and June are months for new beginnings. Brides walk down the aisle every year in June, the most popular month for weddings. Students finish school and graduate from high school and college. People start new jobs or interview for new opportunities. All of this planning and striving towards future goals of personal and financial success requires them to put their best foot forward. They’ll invest in education, they’ll invest in a new professional clothing, and they’ll invest in plastic surgery?