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Itâ€™s a fact: Most women neglect to include their chests in their daily skincare regimens, and skipping the extra moisture, anti-aging ingredients and most importantly, sunscreen, takes a toll. As a result, this delicate area often falls prey to fine lines, redness, dark spots and rough texture. But fret notâ€¦ There are a variety of ways to rejuvenate skin and restore a more youthful appearance to this often-overlooked area. And remember to apply SPF to your chest before getting dressed in the morning, regardless of the weather, to prevent future damage once your skin is back on track!
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Redness, blotchiness and flushing can be due to sun
Youâ€™ve sworn off carbs and mojitos, and have been hitting SoulCycleÂ® with a vengeance all summer long. But sometimes that just isnâ€™t enough. Sometimes, you need a little medical intervention. Liposuction is hard on the body at times, and recovery may take longer as you age. Luckily, liposuction has a new solution in town: HydraSolveâ„¢â€™s low-energy tissue liquefaction technology (TLT) is reinventing the nature of body contouring.
The system is an all-in-one console and sterile treatment kit that combines natural saline solution with low levels of pressure and temperature to liquefy targeted fat tissue by cell disaggregation, not by destroying cell membranes.
For some, UltheraÂ® may be the answer to a non-invasive face or necklift. This unique system uses ultrasound energy to reach the damaged layers of the skin where sagging starts – including the deepest supporting layers that get tightened during a facelift â€“ without the downtime caused by the redness, swelling, and bruising of other procedures.
The treatment, which takes less than 60 minutes, uses your bodyâ€™s own regenerative response to gradually restore memory to the skin and underlying tissue support by stimulating new collagen production and contraction of existing collagen fibers. The result is firmer, tighter skin and a lifting effect. Here’s how it works; Similar to
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Acne â€“ the bane of many teens’ existence â€“ actually affects 80% of the population at one time or another. Sufferers balance topical, oral, prescription and over-the-counter solutions to try to clear up their skin and get rid of spots. For many itâ€™s an ongoing, frustrating battle that can last for years and doesn’t always have a happy ending. If left untreated, acne can leave nasty scars on the face, chest and back.
Recently launched in the U.K., a new type of acne treatment called Lustre Pure Light is being used at skincare clinics to great success in combination with other treatment modalities. Lustre Pure Light is a unique acne treatment that harnesses the power o