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7 Best Vitamins for Healthy Skin

As vitamins are essential to your health and body functions, vitamin deficiencies can cause adverse effects on the skin. Since vitamins C and E play such important roles in protecting your skin from the sun, deficiencies in either vitamin can increase the risk of skin damage, including skin cancer. Vitamins for skin-health related information is all over on the internet. However, many sites are providing 'no meat on the bone' and confusing content. While some of the sites do provide the needed information; it's unfortunately not comprehensive enough to convince you in making an actionable decision. Making sure you get enough vitamins can keep your skin looking healthy and youthful. This could translate to a reduction in dark spots, redness, wrinkles, rough patches and excessive dryness. So, what are the vitamins that you should be taking? Here is the list, in alphabetical order. 1. Vitamin A If you are lacking in vitamin A, your skin might get dry and itchy or

7 Things You’re Not Doing for Your Skin But Should

The quest for clear, smooth, radiant skin can feel like an uphill battle at times, especially when dealing with hard-to-control variables like pollution and fluctuating hormones. Ask any celebrity about the secrets to a smooth, dewy complexion and you’re likely to hear, “Drink water and get plenty of sleep!” While hydration and rest can work wonders for your skin, most of us require a little bit more TLC to achieve a flawless face. An estimated 85 percent of young people between the ages of 12 and 24 are plagued by breakouts – whether it’s pimples, congested pores, blackheads, or all of the above. As we get older, the worries over blemishes don’t end. The number of adults that struggle with acne is increasing, affecting up to 15 percent of women . Add fine lines, wrinkles , and dark circles to the mix and it’s no wonder the average American woman spends up to $300,000 on face products in her lifetime. The quest for clear, smooth, radiant skin can feel like an uphill battl

BTL Announced Its Latest FDA Clearance: Extending the Sculpting Power of EMSCULPT® to the Arms and Legs

MARLBOROUGH, Mass., July 16, 2019 /PRNewswire/ -- BTL, the manufacturer behind the game-changing EMSCULPT technology, is continuing to raise the bar in aesthetics and non-invasive body shaping. Today, the brand announced its latest FDA clearance for EMSCULPT, which is now FDA cleared to strengthen, firm and tone the arms and calves with the newly unveiled Small Contour Applicators. Building upon the existing clearances for the abdomen, buttocks, and thighs, the new Small Contour Applicator brings the unrivaled EMSCULPT results to even more key muscle groups, making it the ONLY non-invasive treatment that is FDA cleared to tone and strengthen the arms and calves as well. "Since launching EMSCULPT last year, we've seen growing demand from physicians and patients to bring the technology to other tough to target areas of the body," shared John Ferris, VP of US Marketing, of BTL. "Given our unique HIFEM procedures, we knew 'one applicator would not fit all' s

8 Non-Invasive Cosmetic Treatments That Save You Time

Sick of your lengthy beauty regimen? More and more women are ditching their typical routine and turning to non-invasive cosmetic treatments in efforts to limit the time they spend getting ready every morning. For those who don't want to undergo invasive surgery, there are many permanent and semi-permanent non-invasive options available. These treatments have little to no recovery times and are designed to help you cut corners in your day-to-day beauty routine. A study claims US women spend one hour per day doing their hair and makeup, and this does not account for any additional plucking, waxing, shaving, fake tanning, moisturizing and exfoliating that she might do on top of that. To put it in perspective, that is two weeks per year spent solely on beauty routines. For those who don't want to undergo invasive surgery, there are many permanent and semi-permanent non-invasive options available. These treatments have little to no recovery times and are designed to help you cut co

6 Top Body-Contouring Solutions 2019

' Body contouring ' is a general term that refers to both surgical and nonsurgical procedures that are specially designed to remove or reduce stubborn pockets of fat to contour different areas of your body. There are many ways to tackle body contouring when diet and exercise don’t seem to work on stubborn, small areas of fat. 'Body sculpting', another popular term used by certain authors, generally refers to the same thing and in many cases, the terms body sculpting and body contouring are used interchangeably. There are a number of nonsurgical body contouring treatments available; Liposonix, Lipocel, Sculpsure, Vanquish, i-Lipo, Exilis Ultra, CoolSculpting , Clatuu, CoolTech, Emsculpt and the list goes on. The number of non-surgical and surgical options for body contouring have increased drastically in recent years, thus making it complicated when it comes to choosing the right one. Discover the best treatment for your body with an overview at both surgical and

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Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) Treatment for Face: Price and Find a Clinic in Malaysia

Platelets are a naturally occurring component of your own blood and play an important role in wound healing and tissue regeneration. Platelet Rich Plasma [PRP] therapy is the process of isolating platelets from the blood and concentrating these platelets to much higher concentration levels than normal, through the process of centrifugation. The result is Platelet Rich Plasma [PRP]. PRP treatment for face (also known as 'Vampire facelift') encourages collagen formation and improves blood supply to tissue, both of which are important factors in anti-aging therapies. Your skin texture will improve as the Platelet Rich Plasma stimulates new skin tissue growth. PRP Therapy is a completely safe and natural treatment and is highly effective at improving the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles, scarring, sun damage and dull, worn-out looking skin. PRP can be used to rejuvenate the face, neck, décolleté, back of hands, scalp and other body areas. Other areas such as the brows,

‘Dangerous’ YouTube videos that show you how to inject fillers and Botox into your own face

( - DOCTORS have slammed "deadly" YouTube videos that show how to inject cosmetic fillers and Botox into your own face. The online clips could encourage people to inject dermal fillers at home, rather than paying the average £200 to £500 cost at a clinic. But now experts have called for the videos to be removed, saying viewers risk infection, blood poisoning and even death if they get it wrong. Leading UK surgeon Dr Bashar Bizrah, founder of the Beyond Med Centre clinic in London, says viewers need to exercise extreme caution. He warned: “YouTube videos showing so-called ‘DIY’ dermal filler methods are extremely dangerous. “By attempting to follow them you're risking infection. “If you accidentally inject into a blood vessel, you risk the death of tissue and permanent scarring. “In rare circumstances, it could even lead to blood poisoning and death. “I would plead that no one ever administers their own filler. “Leave it to a trusted medic


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