You might have been led to believe that wrinkles on your face, especially crows-feet are a simple result of aging but this is not the whole truth, in fact, you have a lot more influence on them than you have been led to believe. You can regain smooth and clear skin, the key firstly is in knowing the cause and secondly the treatment. Let’s take a look how….
We’ve all been told again and again just how important a good skincare routine is. It is the foundation behind long-lasting youthful looking skin. We are getting better with it, but we need to push the boundary a little further. No one wants to walk around with a youthful looking face but only to peer down and see a leathery looking chest and sagging neck skin – yikes. The décolleté is an area that we tend to neglect.
Can a new ‘second skin’ actually be placed over your own in order to banish wrinkles and eye-bags for good? It sounds like something out of a sci-fi film but these new scientific techniques are well and truly real!
With summer fast approaching, one item we certainly do not want to see on the menu is the dreaded ‘C’ word – that is cellulite. Unfortunately we don’t have much say in the matter; cellulite affects a whopping 90% of women (and 10% of men). The unsightly bumps can prove a massive downer for numerous women especially as bikini season approaches, nonetheless two things are certain; cellulite is only natural and secondly, it CAN be tamed!
Who would have guessed that one of the latest celebrity crazes involves the mummification of their faces! Mummification isn’t quite the right term but they could certainly fool. Let’s see if you can unmask these celebs (scroll down for answers)? Known as ‘cheat sheets’ these scary looking face masks make for the ideal Halloween costume but October has been and gone so what exactly is all the fuss about?
Stretch marks are caused as the skin weakens as a result of stretching due to either weight gain or pregnancy. This stretching and tugging causes the tissue underneath the skin to enlarge at a quicker rate than the skin can stretch to accommodate the gain in tissue mass. The dermis layer subsequently rips (ouch), the top layer of skin however, does not which is what results in the scarring we all know and love.
Fall is upon us and many of us will be looking back at those summer pictures, noticing a few more dimples, or maybe a few extra inches that have somehow managed to creep on.