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Skin Care Tip:
The skin under your eyes is
more delicate and dry than the skin on the rest of your face. It
is wise to invest in an eye cream These specialized creams
treat the eye area with more emollient moisturizers. Some eye
creams even claim to minimize dark circles and temporarily
tighten fine lines. The best eye creams are the
physician-strength ones and neaclear and Obagi seem to be the
most popular and best tolerated as well as most effective.
Use one for at least 2-3 months and be consistent. It is
rare to notice a difference if an eye cream is only used
sparingly or for less than a month..
Eye Cream is an essential part of
an effective skin care regimen.
Do something simple
- take 500-1000mg of Vitamin C!
When reviewing the achievements of medical research in the
latter part of the 20th century one discovery will stand out -
the discovery that Vitamin C is uniquely important to the health
and wellbeing of humans. Numerous studies continue to
verify the anti aging as well as skin benefits of Vitamin C.
Vitamin C is truly a wonder nutrient and there is no doubt that
many of the serious degenerative diseases plaguing the civilized
world today can be prevented or even reversed through an
adequate intake of this essential vitamin. The current RDA of 60
mg/day is clearly far too low and the proposed new RDA of 200
mg/day (while perhaps adequate for healthy, young males) would
seem to be quite inadequate for older people and certainly way
too low for sick people. As a matter of fact, a scientific
advisory panel to the U.S. Government sponsored Alliance for
Aging Research recently recommended that all healthy adults
increase their vitamin C intake to 250- 1000 mg/day. A daily
intake of 250-1000 mg of Vitamin C may be adequate for
preventive purposes, but larger quantities are probably required
in halting or reversing cancer and heart disease. Although there
has been some concern that people suffering from hemochromatosis
(a tendency to iron overload) may be sensitive to high dosages
of vitamin C, most researchers now agree that vitamin C is
entirely safe even in larger doses. Even so, a safe
recommendation is 1000mg a day.
An adequate intake
of Vitamin C is surely one of the best and most cost effective
health insurance plans available today!
Plastic Surgery Tip:
Lots of people are interested in body contouring with
liposuction. We always get questions about whether or not the
safe. Liposuction is still a very popular procedure and very
safe if performed in an accredited facility by a board-certified
Please check out the wealth of information on our site by
To see before and after patient pictures, please click
Make sure you chose a board certified plastic surgeon.
A call to the American
Society of Plastic Surgeons or ASPS at 1-888-4-PLASTIC (ie.
1-888-475-2784) can tell you which doctors are legitimate
plastic surgeons with outstanding qualifications. You can also
visit the ASPS web site at
The ASPS is the only one of the 24 boards approved by the
American Board of Medical Specialties that certifies physicians
in plastic surgery of the face and all areas of the body.
To help you in making your decision, please click
here to check out the 7 critical questions to ask any
plastic surgeon before letting them touch you!
By far, the most
important factor in the success of your procedure is the surgeon
So please choose wisely...