Fall skin care tips
As the weather begins to transition, it is important to consider adjusting your skin care routine. Consider changing your cleanser and toner, as fall and winter hibernation sometimes requires a more gentler approach to skin care compared to the hot, and sunny summer temperatures. In addition, it's important to exfoliate gently. This is because the drier, and cooler temperatures sometimes do not require as much exfoliation as the warmer temperatures. Lastly, don't forget to hydrate your skin! Hydrating your skin all year round, especially during fall's drier temperatures.
How sugar affects your skin
As tasty as sugary treats and foods are, it may have negative effects on the aging of your skin. Sugar damages Collagen which is a protein essential in keeping your skin looking younger and healthier. In addition, excess amounts of sugar cause sagging skin around the jowl area, discoloration and hyper pigmentation marks, and crevices around the mouth. You may decide to fight back sugar effects by increasing water intake and cutting back on sugar.
Important questions to ask your plastic surgeon
If you're planning to see your plastic surgeon, it's a great idea to think of the questions you may have before your appointment. The first question to ask is if the physician is board certified. This answers a number of questions such as their experience and training. Another question to consider is if the procedure you are interested in has been done a numerous amount of times. Lastly, consider asking about the down time and recovery time for your procedure, so that you are aware.
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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.
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