Is Dermaplaning Still a Thing?
Dermaplaning is a cosmetic procedure that manually removes the dermis layer of your skin. This non-invasive procedure targets fine wrinkles, deep acne scaring, providing the skin with a smoother look. Dermaplaning is safe procedure with minimal side effects and complications. The procedure is intended to exfoliate your skin and remove debris and vellus hair, better known as “peach fuzz.”
The procedure involves using a sterile blade at a 45-degree angle and dragging it slowly across your skin. By undergoing the dermaplane treatment you remove dead cells and excess dirt that may be making your skin surface look uneven. While most skin types can benefit from the treatment, we do not recommend it for acne that is active.
Are You Nuts About Aging?
Nuts are high a great source of vitamin E. Vitamin E is beneficial for repairing skin tissue, and retaining moisture to keep the skin supple looking. It also maintains skin elasticity, helping the skin look moe youthful and wrinkle free. Certain nuts such as walnuts have anti-inflammatory benefits, while omega-3 fatty acid can help strengthen the skin cell membrane. Almonds reduce inflammation and help reduce premature aging. Pumpkin and sunflower seeds are good sources of vitamin E, contributing to glowing, healthy-looking skin. Nuts are enriched with antioxidants which help repair damaged cells and in turn slow the aging process.
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Is Liposuction Really That Easy??
Also known as “lipo,” this simple outpatient procedure removes excess fat from an area with a localized fat deposit. It is a cosmetic procedure that removes fat that cannot otherwise be removed with diet and exercise. This procedure can target the hips, belly, thighs, buttocks, back, arms, and under chin or face to improve shape. It can also be combined with other plastic surgeries such as, facelifts, breast reductions, and tummy tucks. Liposuction can help aid in further weight lose esspecially when combined with diet and exercise after surgery to help benefit overall health and appearance. Most people feel ready to go back out in public and back to work within 1-3 days post-surgery. The small scar may remain slightly pink for six months or more after surgery but eventually it will fade to a thin white line.
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Sam Speron, MD, FACS
Plastic & Reconstructive Surgeon
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