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Dr. Mary Lynn Moran is a member of a select group of double board-certified Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgeons, certified by the American Board of Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery and the American Board of Otolaryngology, who are at the top of their game and are female. She was also just elected President-elect of the AAFPRS, the prestigious American Academy of Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgeons that has 2,500 members.
Dr Moran’s specialties include aesthetic and reconstructive face and neck surgery – in particular, eyelid surgery, facelifts, necklift, brow lift, and rhinoplasty. She is also very interested in non-invasive techniques and keeps up with emerging tre
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More than 16 million Americans suffer from rosacea—and millions more struggle with redness and flushing even if they haven’t been diagnosed with this skin condition. If you experience redness—especially flushing that occurs after certain triggers such as changes in temperature, eating spicy food, drinking alcohol and other lifestyle or environmental factors—it’s imperative to see a board-certified dermatologist because if left untreated, rosacea can progress and lead to acne-like blemishes, swelling of the nose and other long-term side effects.
In addition to the number of prescription-based options available to help control and soothe rosacea, redness and sensitive skin, there
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When it comes to exfoliation, chemical (i.e. hydroxy acids) and physical (scrubs, cleansing brushes, etc.) methods get most of the attention. But there’s a third option—enzyme-based exfoliation—that has a slew of advantages over its skin-smoothing siblings. According to dermatologist Dr. Jessie Cheung of Willowbrook, Illinois, “Enzymes work by accelerating the chemical reactions necessary to renew the skin. Often derived from papaya, pumpkin or pineapples, they target the keratin protein in the top layer of dead skin cells to reveal fresh, glowing skin.”
Found in just about every type of product, ranging from cleansers and moisturizers to masks and peels, it’s easy to add an e
Skin brightening is sort of a religion these days. With so many effective ways to restore your glow without using hydroquinone, it’s no wonder that kinder, gentler ways to brighten up a dull, dry, discolored complexion are in demand right now. In addition to the widely accepted staples of kojic acid, licorice extract, retinol, vitamin C, green tea, and other antioxidants, there are some newcomers to the party. Getting glowy skin is all about using sun protection to prevent damage, plus reversing existing damage with consistent daily use of an active skin care regimen that turns over dead cells and reveals healthy new ones.
Some new products to add to your arsenal:
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