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Dr. Ocher teamed up with a world-renowned chemist to create CHUDA SKINCARE. At the heart of Chuda Healing Hydrating Cream is the Remedea Compound, a 1000-year old medicinal remedy used for centuries in Georgia and Russia to heal the skin. Boosting its effectiveness is a highly concentrated, scientifically advanced formula powered by the highest quality, medical grade actives in their purest and most potent formâ€“actives clinically proven to repair, renew and return skin to its healthiest state. The synergy produced by the active ingredients, along with the time-honored Remedea Compound, accelerates skin healing by creating the perfect environment for the skin to proper
It’s that time of year again. Time to shed the bulky sweaters and leggings in favor of minis, shorts, rompers, and bikinis. Tis the season when a 3-way mirror can be every woman’s mortal enemy.
Enter CellfinaÂ® (Merz Aesthetics). The new treatment for dimples and divets that uses small needles that release the fibrous bands that cause the ubiquitous cottage appearance on the buttocks and backs of thighs, and then some. Studies conducted by Drs. Deanne Robinson and Michael Kaminer,Â dermatologists at SkinCare Physicians in Chestnut Hill, MA, resulted in FDA approval for long term improvement ofÂ cellulite with greater than a 98 percent efficacy in clinical trials.
We have all heard of a family practice, but what about a family that practices together? Since 2000, board-certified dermatologist Rebecca Baxt has worked with her parentsâ€”mother, Dr. Saida Baxt, also a board-certified dermatologist, and father, Dr. Woody Baxt, a board-certified plastic surgeonâ€”atÂ BaxtÂ Cosmedical in Paramus, New Jersey: a facility that has provided state-of-the-art care for patients throughout the tri-state area for over 35 years.Â One of the first group practices to combine the expertise of dermatologists and a plastic surgeon, Baxt Cosmedical houses a vast array of high technology equipment and the first certified ambulatory office-based Surgi-Center
A sleek and subtle neck, free of lines and wrinkles, is a classic sign of beauty. This has been true for thousands of years as The Bibleâ€™s Old Testament Song of Solomon claims, â€œThy neck is as a tower of ivory.â€ Still, a beautiful neck may be one of lifeâ€™s gifts that we all take for granted, until signs of aging creep in.
Unlike other body areas, the neck unfortunately is more vulnerable to gravity and aging. Thatâ€™s because neck skin is especially thin, thereâ€™s less collagen to provide support, and there are fewer sebaceous glands to deliver natural suppleness. Overtime, even in thin adults, neck skin may become crepe-like and loose.
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