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Itâ€™s hard to believe itâ€™s already time to say goodbye to summerâ€¦ Weâ€™ll all miss the long weekends, beach days, vacays and overall laid-back vibeâ€”but Fall is great simply because itâ€™s a fresh start! As you prepare for cooler days ahead by stowing the bathing suits and sandals (and reaching for the warmer layers and boots), itâ€™s important to keep your skincare and diet in mind as well. With less sun exposure on the agenda, â€˜tis the season to get reacquainted with products and habits that have perhaps been ignored since spring. Hereâ€™s a guide to getting back into the swing.
Reverse sun damage
Despite your best SPF efforts, odds ar
Under-eye bags, dark circles and puffiness make us look exhausted when, well, we sort of are, but just donâ€™t want anyone else to know it.
This is why more than 70 percent of facial plastic surgeons reported an uptick in requests for eyelid procedures to look less tired in 2015, making these surgeries among the biggest trends spotted in theÂ American Academy of Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgeryâ€™s annual statistics.
We know this area needs some serious TLC as a recent study presented at the annual meeting of the American Academy of Dermatology in Washington, DC found that the eyes age earlier and faster than the rest of the face. In fact, there may be up to a 10-y
What should top your to-do list when it comes to reversing the visible signs of skin aging? Dermatologist Zein Obagi says, it’s to get skin ready. To make it easy for you, his skin care range, ZOÂ® Skin Health, Inc., recently introduced two new GSRâ„¢ Systems (an acronym for Get Skin Ready), home care kits designed for normal to dry and normal to oily skin types.
These convenient new systems from ZO Skin Health, Inc. are essential regimens developed to normalize skin function during treatments and help to maintain healthy skin. Each is delivered in an easy-to-use 3-step system for day and night time use. Just add an SPF and you’re good to go.
ZOÂ® Medical GSRâ„¢ System-Norm
If you want to know what trends are hot in plastic surgery, consult Dr. Anthony Youn, a board-certified plastic surgeon and an assistant professor at the William Beaumont School of Medicine in Michigan. He is a regular on such programs as the Rachael Ray Show, CBS’s The Early Show, and The Doctors, where he quite likely dished on some of the latest procedures celebs are flocking to. He’s a regular contributor to the national media on women’s health and beauty and is always on the hunt for new beauty treatments. His personal and humorous memoir about becoming a doctor, In Stitches, was published in February 2012 by Gallery Books. After completing his general surgery and plastic surgery trai