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Who Should You Really Trust for Fillers and Botox?

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(NewBeauty.com) - In this, our inaugural Controversy column—the kickoff to a compelling series aimed at untangling hot-button issues in aesthetic medicine—we’ll be unpacking an ongoing debate, one embroiling providers of every kind and affecting millions of patients: who to trust with fillers and toxins. Much of the discord between leaders in the field springs not from ego or sensationalism, we should note, but a passionate, evidence-based desire to deliver results that are beautiful, bespoke, and above all, safe. Our experts have unique viewpoints and experiences—each worthy of respect and consideration. Our goal is to present all sides in hopes of carefully informing your beauty decisions.



The International Society of Aesthetic Plastic Surgery (ISAPS) recorded more than 8.5 million injectable procedures worldwide in 2017. (Injectables as a category encompass both muscle-weakening botulinum toxins and various kinds of fillers used to restore youthful volume and contours.) In the U.S.,…

You’re So Vein: The Best Ways To Treat And Prevent Varicose and Spider Veins

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Carly Simon may have been talking about a different kind of vanity. But, if you’re part of the 50 percent of adults living with a leg vein disorder, The AEDITION is here with the best way to treat and prevent varicose and spider veins.



While summer is typically the time to enjoy shorts and higher hemlines, not everyone welcomes the opportunity to show some leg. For those dealing with inflamed varicose veins and spider veins, the struggle of slipping into your beach best can be all too real. And it’s not just about veinity — ahem, vanity. The tracks of purple-blue squiggles dotting the gams can be painful, too.

“Leg vein disease impacting blood vessels is a very common condition that affects up to 50 percent of all adults,” says Washington Square Dermatology’s Samer Jaber, MD. Varicose and spider veins form when regular blood flow is interrupted, causing blood to pool in the veins. While it isn’t always easy to control the onset of varicose or spider veins, there are plenty of ways to …