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I have been seeing more and more of this particular trend out on the streets of New York, and what really has caught my attention is that a lot of the women I see in lets say, neon pink, purple or bright yellow tights are women well over 30. I'm not a big fan of the trend myself, but hey if you have the legs and are a little quirky, this one is definitely something you should try. Quick advice: if you go for colored tights, keep everything else in a neutral black or grey.
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Should You Get Laser Hair Removal - Pros And Cons
The truth is that when it comes to removing body hair, you have options, and you should weigh them all before making a decision. You can quickly shave everything away, but hair grows back in a matter of days. Depilatory creams dissolve hair in seconds, but they smell like a wet dog mixed with gasoline. If you want to remove hair more thoroughly, you could try waxing or sugaring, which snatches the hair at the root. Hair doesn't grow back for weeks, but waxing is a painful procedure that causes itching when the hair grows back. There are more long-term options, such as electrolysis. Electrolysis involves inserting a super-fine needle into each hair follicle to deliver an electric current that kills the hair follicle. If you think it sounds painful, you'd be correct, and a session can be time-consuming. That brings us to laser hair removal, a popular semi-permanent hair removal method that damages the hair follicle in order to reduce hair growth. The laser detects hair solely by focusing on pigment cells found in the hair follicle. The laser burns all the way down the hair follicle and root once the melanin in the hair is targeted. You can throw away your razor and cancel your waxing appointments after a few sessions. But, before you book your first session, we've broken down the benefits and drawbacks of laser hair removal. Let's look at the benefits and drawbacks of laser hair removal. What are the advantages? While laser hair removal does not permanently remove hair, it does significantly reduce hair growth to the point where you can stop shaving. It can be done anywhere on the body, and the machine can cover large areas quickly. The legs, the back, the underarms, the bikini line, the stomach, the face... There are no restrictions on where you can get laser hair removal. In terms of pain, laser hair removal is somewhere between shaving (painless) and waxing (holy hell that hurts). It also becomes less painful as the treatments progress and the hair becomes finer. What are the disadvantages? It's a lengthy procedure. A laser hair removal session on the underarms takes less than a minute. However, it takes several sessions to see real results, ranging from three to eight depending on the size of the area, and you must usually wait four weeks between treatments. It is pricey. If you add up how much you've spent on razors and bikini wax sessions over the course of your life, the $200-$400 per session of laser hair removal may be worth it. Consider laser hair removal to be a beauty investment. Laser hair removal works best on fair skin with dark hair and worse on darker skin because the contrast between the colour of the skin and the colour of the pigment in the hair follicle allows the laser to easily pick out what to target. In patients with darker skin tones, the pigment-rich skin competes for the laser's attention with the hair follicle. This isn't to say that it isn't a possibility for people with darker skin, but you'll want to make sure the facility you visit is properly equipped. On all skin types, certain lasers, such as the Nd:YAG, are better at distinguishing between hair and skin. Laser hair removal may result in burns or scars on the skin if performed by an untrained technician. Regrettably, licencing procedures differ from state to state, and in some cases, there are no requirements at all. Be wary of "laser centres," and make sure to ask where your laser technician received his or her certification to perform the procedure. Even a dermatologist who wishes to provide laser hair removal treatments must undergo additional training. Because laser treatment is not taught in medical school, physicians who perform laser treatments must also be trained and certified.
Hyaluronic Acid - The Natural Skin Plumping Sugar
Despite its tough pronunciation and even more complicated spelling; hyaluronic acid is an important part of your daily skin care routine. It's widely used in serums, sheet masks, and moisturisers. This is because HA, a naturally occurring molecule in the skin, binds to water and plumps the face, giving it a dewy, glowing appearance. It's clear that word of its benefits has spread, as it's one of the most sought-after ingredients in skin-care products. Aside from increasing skin moisture levels, hyaluronic acid serves other functions. What is hyaluronic acid, exactly? Hyaluronic acid is a naturally occurring sugar molecule in the skin that helps water bind to collagen, keeping it in place and giving the skin a plumper, dewier, and more hydrated appearance. Essentially, hyaluronic acid improves skin hydration, which helps to maintain the skin's youthful, full, and bouncy appearance. Collagen in our dermis determines the structure of our skin. Natural hyaluronic acid is covalently linked to water molecules on one side and collagen on the other, providing plumpness to the skin. What is hyaluronic acid's function? As we age, our collagen and hyaluronic acid levels gradually decline, causing our skin to become increasingly dry. Furthermore, winter heaters, specific skin care products, and underlying skin disorders can cause microscopic tears in the protective skin barrier, allowing water to escape. As a result, implementing a customised skin care regimen that includes moisturising products could be extremely beneficial. Hyaluronic acid, glycerin, colloidal oatmeal, urea, propylene glycol, and sorbitol are humectants, which draw water to the skin to hydrate it. These chemicals can be found in a variety of products, such as moisturisers, eye creams, and serums. The use of HA-containing products tightens the skin around the eyes, increases moisture to reduce puffiness, and softens fine wrinkles throughout the face. 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Despite the fact that the term "acid" appears in the term of hyaluronic acid, those with sensitive skin should not be worried; it is completely safe for everyone. Because hyaluronic acid is naturally produced in our bodies, there are no known side effects from using it. If you have an allergic reaction to it or a product that contains it, contact your dermatologist immediately; the reaction could be caused by another active or inactive ingredient. Injectable Hyaluronic Acid Injections of hyaluronic acid are also available. Hyaluronic acid is a gel-like substance found in dermal fillers that attracts water after injection to replenish volume and restore lost structure. This helps to smooth the appearance of lines and wrinkles while also reducing the overall sunken or drooping appearance of the face. These dermal fillers can be used to treat nasolabial folds, marionette lines, cheek augmentation, chin augmentation, undereyes, lips, and back of the hands, among other things. 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How Does Laser Hair Removal Work?
Many patients ask us, "How does laser hair removal work?" But, more often than not, what they really want to know is, "Is laser hair removal safe and effective, and will it work on me?" Laser hair removal may sound like a terrifying procedure that involves shooting a laser gun at your skin like something from a spy movie. However, this is not how laser hair removal actually looks. Laser hair removal is becoming increasingly popular, and it's easy to see why when you learn how effective it is. We'll answer your questions here so you can make the best choice for your lifestyle and skin. Laser Hair Removal Is Safe Obviously, the most important question to ask whenever you try a new skin treatment is whether it is safe. When you're out in public, everyone can see your skin. People are usually scared of the word "laser" when it comes to laser hair removal because it sounds dangerous. The truth is that the lasers used in laser hair removal are extremely effective at destroying only hair follicles while leaving the rest of your skin unharmed. The US FDA strictly regulates all lasers used for hair removal to ensure their safety. Hair removal lasers are referred to as "lasers" because they emit extremely concentrated light. This specialised light is absorbed by your hair follicles, which convert the light energy into heat. Heat harms your hair's follicle, which is responsible for hair growth. This targeted damage to the hair follicle is what removes unwanted hair and reduces the likelihood of it growing back. Hair removal lasers are designed to target melanin in the hair. Melanin is the pigment that gives colour to your body hair. The laser targets the hair from the shaft down into the follicle by using the contrast between the melanin and your skin. Because laser hair removal works by reducing the ability of your hair follicles to regrow hair, it must be done gradually. The fact that the procedure is done over time contributes to the procedure's safety because the laser's level is low enough to damage only the hair follicles and not the surrounding skin. Laser Hair Removal Is Worth Your Investment Laser hair removal requires an investment of your time; however, when you consider how long the results will last, it is relatively inexpensive. Consider how much time and money you spend on your current hair removal method when deciding whether or not laser hair removal is a good option for you. For example, if you shave your legs, try keeping track of how much time you spend shaving each week. Then figure out how many razor-head replacements you go through in a week. Then multiply this cost by the number of weeks and months in a year to get the current, annual cost of hair removal. The Time Commitment Laser hair removal can take anywhere from 2 to 6 sessions, depending on your skin and hair type. The length of each session is determined by the size of the area being shaved. Small areas, such as the upper lip or armpits, can take 5-15 minutes, whereas larger areas, such as your legs or back, can take up to an hour per session. You can expect to wait 4-6 weeks between sessions. This is due to the fact that hair grows in cycles, and the laser is most effective at killing your hair when it is actively growing. One of the most common mistakes people make with laser hair removal is going to a couple of sessions, seeing a reduction in hair growth, and then failing to return for their remaining sessions. What is actually happening when you notice this initial reduction in hair growth is that your hair is in a dormant period and will re-grow quickly once this cycle is completed. That is why it is essential to attend the recommended number of sessions. How Much Money Do You Really Spend? The average cost of laser hair removal is between $300 and $500. However, this varies greatly depending on the size of the area you're removing hair from and the number of sessions your hair requires. Many facilities offer financing for aesthetic treatments. The initial cost of this hair removal method may appear to be high. Laser hair removal, on the other hand, is expected to provide months to years of smooth skin at a time. If you multiply the amount you currently spend on shaving or waxing over months and years, the cost is likely comparable to what you'll pay as a one-time fee for laser hair removal. You may be wondering why, if laser hair removal works so well and is so inexpensive, not everyone is doing it. The truth is that there are numerous misconceptions about laser hair removal that deter people from using it. How to Get Ready There are things you can do to prepare your skin for a healthy laser hair removal session, as well as things you can do to care for your skin after each session. The best way to decide whether to commit to laser hair removal is to speak with your skin specialist about your hair removal options.
5 Sure Ways To Get Young And Glowing Skin
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Why Is Shampoo Bad For Your Hair? And How To Wash Instead.
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9 Effective Skincare Tips For Teenagers With Acne
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Lasers Vs Chemical Peels - What's Best For Your Skin?
Scarring from acne? Fine lines and wrinkles? Pigmentation and sun spots? Is any of this ringing a bell? They do happen, regrettably, and when they do, we panic. We've looked everywhere, from skincare products that claim to remove age spots to lengthy Google searches, expecting to find the 'magic' treatment that can eradicate the skin's textural imperfections and beyond. Fortunately, there are alternatives. Chemical peels and laser treatments, two skin resurfacing techniques that remove damaged skin to encourage skin regeneration, are used. What is the final outcome? Smoother and more rejuvenated skin. Combating skin problems has never been easier, but if you're new to the world of skin resurfacing, it might be intimidating. What Is the Difference Between Chemical Peels and Laser Treatments? Skin resurfacing techniques such as chemical peels and laser treatments remove old skin to promote the formation of new skin. Both procedures are frequently used to treat acne scars and hyperpigmentation, fine lines and wrinkles, and sun exposure issues such as pigmentation spots. Chemical peels and laser treatments are distinguished by the procedure itself. The first, as the name implies, employs chemical treatments to remove damaged skin, whilst the second employs lasers. Chemical peels use different amounts of acid solutions to treat the skin's outer layer. There are three types of peels: superficial, medium, and deep. Superficial chemical peels (for example, VI Peel and lactic acid peels) are delicate and exfoliate the skin lightly with weak acids. Medium chemical peels (for example, glycolic acid peels and TCA peels) are more invasive and penetrate the middle and outer layers of the skin. Deep chemical peels (e.g., phenol acid peels) are the most potent, employing strong acids to penetrate as well as remove damaged skin cells. Laser resurfacing treatments use light beams to penetrate the skin, eliminating one column at a time. Although laser removal is more exact, it is often more expensive than chemical peels. There are two types of lasers: ablative and non-ablative. Ablative lasers (such as CO2 and erbium) offer the best effects by vaporizing the skin. Non-ablative lasers (for example, Fraxel) are less intrusive to the skin because they heat it rather than destroying it. Because non-ablative lasers are less strong than ablative lasers, numerous sessions may be required to achieve the optimum results. While chemical peels and laser treatments are distinct in their advantages and the concerns they address, there is some overlap in the issues they address. A strong TCA (trichloroacetic acid) chemical peel, for example, can give resurfacing comparable to that of a resurfacing laser, or both peels and lasers can be utilized to treat acne and acne scars. In terms of skin tone, the two surgeries are also dissimilar. Chemical peels assist those with darker skin tones the most because they are an excellent pigmentation treatment. People with dark skin tones are more prone to hyperpigmentation concerns such as post-inflammatory hyperpigmentation due to an overabundance of melanin in their skin (PIH). Acid solutions are used in chemical peels to encourage collagen formation, and antioxidants are used to further penetrate and treat pigmentation in darker skin. What Are the Most Common Chemical Peel Types? Vi Peel The VI Peel is a painless, mild peel that is appropriate for all skin types and tones. It is made up of trichloroacetic acid, Retin-A, salicylic acid, phenol, and vitamin C and is widely used to treat hyperpigmentation and repair UV damage. Lactic peel A lactic peel is made from milk and is ideal for dry or sensitive skin. It balances the pH of the skin and exfoliates gently by dissolving dead skin cells. Glycolic peel Glycolic acid, which is used in glycolic peels, stimulates the synthesis of new collagen and elastin by targeting the skin's outer layer. It is frequently used to treat acne, acne scars, and to tighten pores. TCA peel A TCA peel, which is more harsh than a glycolic peel, contains trichloroacetic acid. It is commonly used to lighten skin pigmentation and smooth wrinkles. Phenol peel To address severe wrinkles and discolouration, a phenol peel penetrates the skin thoroughly. When compared to gentler peels, it typically necessitates a lengthy recovery period and may be unpleasant. What Are the Most Frequently Used Laser Treatments? Fraxel Laser Treatment The Fraxel Laser Treatment uses FDA-approved fractional laser technology to revitalize skin. This laser is best effective on acne scars and tiny wrinkles that are mild to moderate in severity. CO2 Laser Treatment The CO2 Laser Treatment uses pixelated carbon dioxide lasers to treat more severe skin issues like deep wrinkles and acne scars. In general, this laser is unsuccessful for treating skin redness. Erbium Laser The Erbium laser is a less invasive and gentler laser treatment than the CO2 laser. The laser increases collagen formation by penetrating the epidermis (the outer skin layer). It's commonly used to remove wrinkles, fine lines, and age spots. Which Of These Is the Best Skin Care Treatment? It all boils down to your skin type and concerns, in a nutshell. It can be difficult to determine the best course of action, therefore it is always advisable to visit with a dermatologist to discuss your concerns and treatment choices. Not all chemical peels and laser procedures are suited for people with darker skin tones. Are you unsure about your situation? When in doubt, always consult a dermatologist. THE MOST EFFECTIVE ACNE SCAR TREATMENT A chemical peel used to treat hyperpigmentation. Textural changes, such as atrophic or indented scars, respond better to laser skin treatments. A TCA chemical peel, on the other hand, can help with acne scars. Combination methods, which include laser, peels, subcision, and/or dermal fillers, are widely used. WHAT SHOULD I EXPECT IF THIS IS MY FIRST CHEMICAL PEEL/LASER TREATMENT? With chemical peels, expect some redness and peeling following, depending on the type of peel. Not every peel results in apparent peeling. Post-laser skin side effects may include redness, peeling, swelling, and bruising, depending on the laser used. If you use topical treatments, you should discontinue them a few days before the procedure. You may be advised to stop using retinoids, hydroxy acids, benzoyl peroxide, or other harsh, drying, and potentially irritating substances depending on the peel and laser. As a preventative step, patients with a history of cold sores may be given antiviral drugs. WILL A CHEMICAL PEEL OR A LASER TREATMENT BE APPROPRIATE FOR MY SKIN? If you have any of the following conditions, you should avoid chemical peels and laser treatments: - Active infections in the treatment regions - Will be exposed to sunlight after treatment - Have a history of keloids or hypertrophic scars. - A lack of enough post-treatment recuperation time. - Have a darker skin tone (this applies to certain types of chemical peels and laser resurfacing treatments). Whether you choose a chemical peel or a laser treatment, there is a resurfacing skin option for you!
Easy Curly Hairstyles for Black Friday
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3 Reasons Why Women Are Choosing Breast Augmentation With Fat Over Implants.
Autologous fat transfer, also known as fat grafting, has provided reconstructive and cosmetic plastic surgeons with a slew of new options. Fat transfer for breast augmentations, rather than traditional silicone or saline implants, has become one of the hottest trends in cosmetic plastic surgery. Because of the plethora of influencers and celebrities on social media, fat transfer breast augmentation is becoming increasingly popular. Patients are increasingly choosing fat grafting over more invasive breast augmentation surgeries for very simple, practical reasons. In this post, we'll go over the top three reasons why more women than ever before are opting for fat transfer breast augmentations. WHAT IS FAT GRAFTING EXACTLY? Fat grafting is a fascinating scientific procedure. To put it simply, fat grafting is the transfer of fat cells from areas of excess flab to areas where more volume is desired. The following are some examples of common fat grafting donor sites: Thighs Buttocks Belly Flankers (fat above your midsection on your back) Fat cells are typically used to accentuate the curvature of patients' breasts and buttocks during fat grafting procedures in cosmetic surgery. There are several advantages to using autologous fat transfer instead of breast implants if you want a small to medium increase in breast size or volume. In addition, some of the more recent fat transfer breast augmentation techniques include a pre-expansion technique that allows for larger increases in breast size. Breast Augmentation With Fat Can Solve Two Problems At Once. A fat transfer breast augmentation combines two of the most popular plastic surgery procedures performed each year: breast augmentation and liposuction. It's easy to see why most patients are ecstatic when we tell them we can make their breasts look better and melt away a little extra pudge in an area that makes them self-conscious. Almost everyone has stood in front of a mirror and pinched fat where they don't want it. With a fat transfer breast augmentation, your Cosmetic Surgeon can move a portion of your excess body fat to create beautiful curves in your breasts. You may be surprised at how much this can improve your self-esteem and make you feel great in (and out of) your clothes. Athletic Women Can Resume Workouts Sooner After Breast Augmentation With Fat. Breasts are mammary glands surrounded by body fat, and many athletic women choose breast augmentation to accentuate their feminine curves. This is because women who are extremely fit may lose a significant amount of body fat, which increases the volume of their breasts. Whether you're a competitive athlete or a fitness enthusiast, the recovery period that leaves you wanting to get back to exercising can be excruciating. The recovery time for fat transfer breast augmentation can be up to two-thirds faster than for traditional breast augmentation with implants. You Can Resume Office Sooner After Breast Augmentation With Fat. Accepting that how you look and feel about yourself has a significant impact on your success at work can be a difficult reality to accept. According to a study conducted by an economist at the University of Texas at Austin, a handsome man will earn nearly 15% more in his lifetime than someone who is not considered attractive. Professional considerations, like any other cosmetic procedure, can influence the decision to have breast augmentation. One of the main reasons our working professionals prefer breast augmentation with fat in Mumbai to implants is that it allows them to spend less time away from work while still achieving beautiful, natural-looking results. Patients who have implants must usually wait at least two weeks before returning to work, and sometimes even longer if their job requires physical exertion. Patients who opt for a fat transfer procedure are usually able to return to work within 4-5 days.
How Skin Supplements Enhance Your Beauty
The foundation of healthy skin is a consistent skincare routine. Using sunscreen on a daily basis, along with potent active ingredients such as retinol to prevent signs of ageing, vitamin C to brighten the skin, and hyaluronic acid (HA) to restore moisture, can help to maintain or improve skin tone and texture. Even the best skincare regimens, however, cannot solve every problem. This is where the adage "beauty from within" comes into play. If your topical skincare products aren't giving you the results you want, an oral supplement may be able to help boost the benefits from the inside out. It is undeniable that what we eat, including food and supplements, has an effect on our skin. Vitamins, minerals, nutrients, and herbs can all have a direct impact on the skin and protect it from environmental aggressors that cause ageing signs. Other factors, such as stress, have an effect on our skin. Sleep, stress, and inflammation supplements can truly improve skin quality from the inside out. How Supplements Enhance The Benefits Of Skincare Supplements improve your skincare in a variety of ways. For starters, they can provide essential vitamins and minerals that our bodies require for healthy skin cells and hair follicles. This is especially important as we get older. Many of our naturally occurring proteins and vitamins deplete as we age, and supplements help to replenish this loss while also supporting the building blocks of our bodies. Second, they can stimulate the production of proteins or minerals in our bodies. Take collagen supplements, for example. Supplemental collagen is made up of amino acid and peptide fragments. The presence of these in the bloodstream indicates that collagen is being processed as waste and is being removed. This signal initiates the body's natural processes. This causes collagen production to go into overdrive in order to replenish the collagen that is being removed. This will support and increase collagen production in a collagen-deficient system. Aother example is, beta carotene. When ingested, beta carotene is converted to vitamin A, which is responsible for stimulating fibroblasts, the cells responsible for developing tissue that keeps skin firm and healthy, and the deepest layer. Just as the quality of a topical skincare product is determined by the quality of its ingredients, the composition of a supplement is an important factor in its effectiveness. Basically, supplements address a wide range of skin issues, from blemishes and redness to skin tone and texture. Common Skin Issues That Supplements Can Help With The vitamin and supplement market is over-crowded, and every formula seems to make a lofty claim. So, how do you decide what deserves a place in your routine? To begin, decide which skin issues you want to address. Some of the most common skin concerns that supplements can help with are: collagen production, acne, redness and inflammation, and overall skin health. COLLAGEN PRODUCTION A good topical skincare routine includes collagen-stimulating ingredients such as vitamin C, retinoids, and peptides. Including an ingestible supplement to help with collagen production can result in more visible results. Most supplements promote collagen production, which is one of our skin's building blocks (proteins). Hydrolyzed collagen is the easiest to digest because it is broken down into the smallest forms of peptides and amino acids. The most impressive research focuses on collagen derived from fish scales, though bovine collagen has also been shown to be effective. Finally, the skin should be plumper, hydrated, and smoother with less fine lines and wrinkles. ACNE As previously stated, skin health is frequently a reflection of gut health. According to studies, people who suffer from digestive issues have a higher prevalence of acne or other inflammatory skin conditions. According to one study, people with acne and rosacea are 10-times more likely to have small intestine bacterial overgrowth (SIBO), a condition characterised by abnormal growth of bacteria in the small intestine. A daily probiotic can aid in the restoration of good bacteria in the gut and the development of a healthy microbiome. Supplemental vitamin A and zinc have also been shown in studies to be effective in treating acne breakouts. REDNESS & INFLAMMATION Stress-relieving supplements may be beneficial in relieving redness and inflammation. Supplements that primarily support hormone regulation, the endocrine system, and other body systems work from the inside out. The end result can range from less inflammation and redness to a brighter skin. In this case, look for calming ingredients such as adaptogenic, nervine, and herbs that support a healthy response to inflammation. These are great for helping to regulate our stress responses and soothe inflammation. Rhodiola, ashwagandha, schisandra, and even CBD can help the skin from the inside out. OVERALL SKIN HEALTH Because each person's skin is affected by different factors, there is no one-size-fits-all approach to supplements. There is no single solution to skin problems. Having said that, there are some targeted treatments that have far-reaching benefits. The Takeaway While dietary supplements can help improve skin quality, especially when combined with a well-curated skincare regimen, the quality of the formula is important. Before trying any vitamins or supplements, consult with your dermatologist to ensure they are safe and effective for your needs, just as you would when introducing a new product or treatment into your routine.