Rosacea affects nearly 14 million Americans, mostly women, and is characterized by chronic facial redness, acne-like eruptions, and inflammation that usually affects the cheeks, nose, forehead, and chin. Symptoms can be triggered by alcohol, the sun, spicy or hot food, overheating, or stress. However, a new product may help rosacea redness. Clarisonic Skincare SystemsRead More →

People often resort to Botox to maintain their youthful appearance, but according to Marie-Véronique Nadeau, a chemist, licensed aesthetician, and author of The Yoga Facelift, “contracting facial muscles, via exercise … shortens them, so sagging is reduced and the face takes on a toned and more youthful appearance.”Read More →

Rosacea affects nearly 14 million Americans, and most are fair-skinned women between the ages of thirty and sixty. It is characterized by chronic facial redness, acne-like eruptions, and inflammation. Rosacea redness usually affects the cheeks, nose, forehead, and chin. It’s as if the person were suffering from a continual blush, which at times canRead More →

If you want to make sure you don’t look tired, don’t overpluck your eyebrows. The American Society of Plastic Surgeons found that when a person has elevated brows—the distance between the brows and the eyelids is higher than average—other people thought the person was tired. Interestingly, however, the surgeons found that what madeRead More →