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What’s all the big to do about one little blue (or white) dress, depending on how you see it? Unless you’ve been living under a rock for the past 24 hours or so, you must have heard about the polarizing debate on social channels about whether a picture depicts a bodycon dress as blue with black lace fringe or white with gold lace fringe. For some unexplained reason, some people see the dress as blue with black lace, while some see it as white with gold lace, and each side is adamant that they are in the right. The human brain is playing tricks on us again.
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You watch what you eat. You haven’t had carbs in a year. You’re addicted to Soul Cycle and you text your trainer daily…yet you still have a bulge that makes skinny jeans and pencil skirts the enemy. What’s a girl to do? UltraShape may just be the answer to your prayers.
Syneron Medical Ltd. just launched a national advertising campaign that rethinks the way men and women get into shape, helping them to achieve a “flatter tummy without the torture.” The multi-channel campaign establishes UltraShape as a viable alternative to traditional body shaping programs – as in sit ups and crunches – especially for stubborn
For decades, acne was considered a rite of passage – and the residual scars served as a near-constant and unwanted reminder of breakouts past. As many as 20 million Americans have acne that is bad enough to cause scars, but an influx of new treatments are is helping diminish the physical and emotional scars associated with acne.
“Acne scarring is a problem that has plagued plastic surgeons and dermatologists for a long time, without many easy and effective treatments,“ says Anthony Youn, MD a board-certified plastic surgeon in Troy, Michigan. “These new treatments give practitioners several options in their armamentarium to treat a troublesome
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.