Keepin' It Clean With Facial Cleansers
After a brutal day, one of the best feelings is to refresh and rejuvenate your face wiping away a hard day of work. All that sweat, makeup or dirt is just not good for you. That's why facial cleansers are a well known secret amongst medical aestheticians as a perfect solution to staying young.
Making sure your face is clean of pollutants and skin toxins is a bold statement. You deserve it. You may come across different types of facial cleansers in the form of bar soaps, lotions, gels, or oil cleansers. All may work efficiently to open the pores of your skin while purifying. Preventing dirt buildup and active acne is another wonderful benefit of cleansing daily. Certain skin types demand extra attention such as dry or sensitive skin.
Keep your face looking and feeling fresh this new year!
Why Vitamin E might be good for you.
Vitamin E has proven time and time again to be a beneficial nutrient that aids in skin health and slows aging. Over time as your skin's Vitamin E levels naturally decrease, so does your skin's native ability to fight off aging. Replenishing your stores can be helpful.
You can find Vitamin E in foods such as green vegetables, sunflower seeds, hazel nuts, and seafood. Physician strength skin care lines allow you to receive your Vitamin E through moisturizers. It also helps to keep your skin hydrated which may reduces pore size.
Are You A Realistic Candidate For Eyelid Surgery?
Blepharoplasty, also known as eyelid surgery, is the surgical procedure of removing excess or baggy skin from the eyelid area. The average age for a Blepharoplasty ranges from 30-50, however some people start in their late 20's depending on their unique anatomy. Some patients may also want their hooded eyes corrected, and this procedure works especially well to tackle those issues. The downtime for the surgery is minimal and is typically done in the office under local anesthesia.
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Verify: Of the 24 recognized boards of the American Board of Medical Specialties, the American Society of Plastic Surgeons (ASPS) is the only one that can certify a doctor in plastic surgery. Call 1-888-475-2784 or go to www.plasticsurgery.org to verify if a doctor is a legitimate plastic surgeon. Next, verify membership in the American Society of Aesthetic Plastic Surgeons (ASAPS). Call (1-888-272-7711) or go to (www.plasticsurgery.org) to verify ASAPS membership.
Get a Consultation. In private, Dr. Speron will listen to your personal cosmetic goals. Next, you'll discuss treatments, potential complications/healing time, and what benefits you can expect.
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Our office looks forward to seeing you. You will definitely enjoy your time here.
Sam Speron, MD, FACS
Plastic & Reconstructive Surgeon
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