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PUCKER UP FOR RESTYLANE SILK

Posted by 01.23.15

Along with death and taxes, losing volume in your lips is inevitable. Bummer.

As your lips age, they get thinner and paler, and also start to lose their curvy shape and plump form. Another fact of life is that over decades of smiling, kissing, laughing, smoking, whistling, and whatever else you do with your mouth, fine vertical lines will start to appear that are a telltale sign of aging.  The deeper these lines become, the more difficult they are to manage. The end result is what cosmetics companies refer to as ‘Lipstick Bleed.’

Just in time for Valentine’s Day, there is a new kid on the block that promises to stop Lipstick Bleed in its tracks.

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GIVE DARK UNDER EYE CIRCLES THE BOOT

Posted by 01.21.15

Unless you’re a raccoon or a panda bear–and we’re willing to bet it all that you’re not–dark circles are anything but cute. They make you look tired, haggard and older than you actually are.

You don’t have to be sleep-deprived to have dark circles. Washington, DC based, board certified dermatologist, Cheryl Burgess, MD, FAAD says “those with seasonal allergies, eczema and lighter-skinned complexions are more prone to dark circles,” but they can happen to anyone.

  • With aging there is loss of bony structure around the eye area. This can cause concavities of the skin which absorb light creating

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    FAUX VS. PRO: A YOUNGER LOOKING NECK

    Posted by 01.17.15

    Your face looks good, but what about that neck?? Most of us spend a lot of time taking very good care of our faces while neglecting our necks, making this overlooked area one of the first places to show our true age. The reasons aren’t difficult to pinpoint.

    “The skin on the neck area produces less collagen, so it tends not to bounce back from the constant stretching and movement, causing the skin to sag,” says Dr. David E. Bank, Board Certified Dermatologist, Assistant Clinical Professor of Dermatology at Columbia Presbyterian Medical Center, author of Beautiful Skin: Every Woman’s Guide to Looking Her Best at Any Age and the Founder & Director of The Center For

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    6 HORMONAL SKIN HELPERS

    Posted by 01.14.15

    Just when you think lines and wrinkles are your number one complexion concern, a cluster of other undesirable skin conditions can suddenly appear. NYC-based, Harvard trained, board certified dermatologist Dr. Michelle Henry says “our skin is uniquely sensitive to fluctuations in hormones. Whether the fluctuations are monthly, annually or over the course of one’s life time, they can have a profound impact on the skin.”

    Any time your hormones shift you can be hit with a host of skin conditions that can include acne, rosacea, melasma, increased sensitivity, flushing, loss of elasticity, loss of volume or even a

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