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Back Acne Scars: Get Rid Of Bacne

Acne is a commonly occurring skin condition and can occur anywhere on the body, including the back. Back acne is usually caused by the build-up of excess oil, sweat, and dead skin cells. Acne can occur at any age for various reasons, including daily habits, genetics, medications, hormones, sweat, stress, etc. Most people get acne … Read more

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Acne Scar Treatments: Tried-And-Tested Cosmetic Procedures

According to the American Academy of Dermatology, a full 85% of Americans between the ages of 12 and 24 experience at least some form of acne. Later in life, the scars often remain as reminders of the emotional distress caused by the condition. These are some of the most effective and advanced treatments currently performed in dermatology … Read more

Fat Transfer

Fat Grafting (Fat Transfer): Different Procedures, Risks, and Benefits

What is fat grafting? Fat grafting, also known as fat transfer or fat injection, is a relatively new procedure that’s catching on fast. And for good reason – it’s safe, effective, versatile, has a short recovery time, and produces natural-looking results. It’s also part of an exciting new field in medical research dedicated to stem cells’ regenerative properties. … Read more

Acne Scar Treatment

Microneedling Pinpoints Acne Scars and Other Skin Concerns

We asked two beauty experts to weigh in on the effectiveness of microneedling for the treatment of acne scars. Here’s their advice. Every year, 50 million Americans suffer from acne. For many, the most common skin condition in the country clears up over time. However, others are left with a lasting reminder of the predominantly teen … Read more

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Surgical Scars: How to Minimize and Treat Their Appearance

If you’re turning to plastic surgery to look younger and prettier, you might be disappointed to learn that many procedures leave a scar. Though many often don’t think of cosmetic surgery as “true surgery,” certain procedures can be rather invasive and may leave several scars. Lucky for you, there are things that you can do … Read more

5 Top Plastic Surgery Trends for 2018, According to Expert Surgeons

As society increasingly accepts cosmetic surgery as a means to enhance one’s appearance, procedures are constantly being perfected to meet the needs of an ever-evolving patient base. Botox’s growing popularity, the recent surge of interest in facial feminization, and the demand for body modification revisions offer examples of the industry’s adaptability. We asked leading plastic … Read more

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9 Uses for Dermal Fillers You Didn’t Know About

Does the idea of using injectable fillers like Juvederm or Retsylane on your cheeks and lips make you feel squeamish? Well, if so, brace yourself, because there’s a whole lot more that can be done. Experienced health care providers around the globe are not only treating those areas, but getting really creative with their use of injectable … Read more

Acne Scar Removal Treatment

Punch Excision: The Run-Down on This Acne Scar Removal Treatment

Punch excision is a minimally invasive acne scar removal technique that requires the physical removal of problem skin using a small punch tool. Most plastic surgeons and dermatologists recommend pairing punch excision with other types of scar removal treatments, such as chemical peels and lasers. In general, punch excision is recommended for extreme acne scarring … Read more

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Zwivel’s Complete Guide to Acne Treatments

This guide provides a list of effective acne prevention and treatment options, as well as advice for improving the appearance of acne scars. Common acne, medically known as acne vulgaris, is a condition that the vast majority of us have to go through at one point or another in our lives. Some of us are … Read more

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Preventing and Treating Adult Acne: Dermatologists Products Deliver

If you are one of the 50 million men and women who have acne, you’ve probably gone through a staggering array of products searching for that elusive unicorn—beautiful skin.   Adult acne affects 12 to 22 percent of women and 3 percent of men at some time in their adult lives. Clearly (or unfortunately not so … Read more