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Wrinkle Removal with Laser Treatment

Laser treatment is far less invasive than a face lift and has fewer undesirable side effects than older cosmetic wrinkle treatments, such as dermabrasion and chemical peels. Laser treatment, also called laser skin rejuvenation or laser resurfacing, is a versatile procedure, reducing wrinkles and other signs of aging skin, such as sun spots, blotchy skin and dark eye circles.

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Laser Hair Removal Safety With Pregnancy

We’ve all seen women giving birth on TV, almost always sporting a slightly damp forehead along with full makeup and shampoo-commercial hair. Even with the more realistic depictions of labor and delivery, there’s one thing you never see in those stirrups–stubbly legs. As we see the image of a 99-lb. starlet pushing out a baby that looks like a jelly-covered 6-month-old, TV executives also want us to believe that the typical woman who is 9-months pregnant shaves her legs the day of delivery, too.

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Procedures for Under Eye Wrinkles

The thin skin under your eyes tends to lose elasticity and wrinkle as you age. While eye creams and gels can encourage slight improvements in the texture and appearance of your under-eye wrinkles, professional cosmetic procedures may provide more dramatic results. Consider both the risks and benefits when choosing a procedure to enhance your under-eye area.

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How to Reduce Stretch Marks

There are several things that can cause stretch marks to develop, including pregnancy, weight lifting, genetics, medical issues and weight loss. According to the Mayo Clinic, stretch marks are harmless and fade as time moves forward, but for now they may be a cause of embarrassment and stress. While there is no way to make stretch marks disappear completely, several things can be done to reduce their appearance.