Articles relating to 'look younger'
The Big Obsession With Plastic Surgery

88017271The American Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery has been collecting data on nipping, tucking, and augmenting for 15 years and despite some negative press about anti-aging procedures along the way, their information shows the demand for cosmetic intervention is going no-where but up. In fact, the society reports that the quest to look younger led to a 197 … Read More

Why Your Idea of a Beautiful Body is Fake

153923595Most of us go on this endless search for ways to look younger, be it a secret cosmetic product or a style of dressing that would enhance our image.  Body shape is considered as a major factor that influences our self-esteem— it apparently has a negative correlation with how we feel.  The smaller our body size, the higher … Read More

When the Clock Strikes 3:30pm …Women Beware

Time for Tired Skin to StrikeStudies show that many people get hungry and irritable at around 3 or 4 p.m. Grabbing a small snack like an apple can provide the energy boost people need to get them through until dinner time.

But a new survey claims that sugar may not be the only thing that crashes at this time of day – women’s … Read More

Ultherapy Treatment to Look Younger?

stressIf you look in the mirror and see wrinkly, sagging skin and find yourself wanting to look younger, you may have to look no further than ultherapy.  Ultherapy uses the Ulthera System and is the first and only Federal Drug and Administration (FDA) cleared lifting procedure.  Ultherapy is best suited for patients complaining of mild to moderate facial … Read More

The Anti-Aging Battle: Is 60 the New 40?

In Europe, 2012 was declared the year of “Active Aging”…a way to encourage people to find ways to better manage aging. In the last 20 years, the health and cosmetic industry in North America has focused on anti-aging; making people feel and look younger than they actually are. Today a lot of people say 60 is the new … Read More

Health Tips if You Want to Live Over 100

Mary Shelley’s novel, Frankenstein was first published in 1818.  In this world-renowned classic, Dr. Frankenstein tries to carry out his dream of extending life by restoring body parts of the dead. His plan backfires and he creates a monster. This fictitious character’s quest seems so far-fetched, but the desire to create ever-lasting life may not be so out … Read More

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