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Microneedling vs. Microneedling RF Q&A Interview with Dr. Jennifer Herrmann

The hallmarks of youth are smooth, plump, elastic, and glowing skin. Collagen is a structural component of the skin that provides support and gives youthful shape and contour. The radiance and glow of youth are the result of cell...read more


MYTH BUSTERS

What will a detox do for my skin?

“New year, new you,” promise the hottest new detoxes. And claimed benefits are appealing. Who doesn’t want to purge away those holiday overindulgences? Who doesn’t want to feel and even look better? Glowing, blemish-free skin? Increased energy? Weight loss?...read more


Myth Busters

Really, how bad is holiday alcohol for skin?

We make our list and check it twice. In-town friends? Cocktails. College buddies? Craft beer. Family dinners? Spiked eggnog. And of course, bubbly to ring in the New Year. We punctuate our holidays with alcohol, but one thing doesn’t...read more


Cosmetic Surgery

What is the difference between a surgical and nonsurgical facelift?

Facelifts can be done under local anesthesia for your safety and faster recovery and because they can be combined with laser resurfacing to minimize any scars, facelifts are becoming easier, less invasive procedures to undergo. And with advances in...read more


Beauty Tips

Turn your holiday ingredients into an anti-inflammatory face mask

The holidays can be tough on your skin. The dry winter weather, the not so healthy indulgences, the family stress! Fortunately, we have a fun solution. What if you could turn your holiday ingredients into a revitalizing, anti-inflammatory face...read more


Myth Busters

Sugar Sag: The Bitter Truth About Sugar

Sure, no one likes the crash after a sugar high. And is that extra portion of pecan pie really worth an expanded waistline? Although we all know that too much sugar can lead to internal health issues from increased...read more


Cosmetic Dermatology

Will I look Fake? Facial Injectables.

Facial fillers and botox are considered minimally invasive; indeed, no blades, no anesthesia, and no recovery rooms needed. But minimally invasive, if done to the max, can be too much. When it comes to facial injectables, starting slowly with...read more


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