Saturday, July 11, 2015
Afraid to try out that bikini for your beach vacation because it exposes your deepest, darkest secret, namely, unwanted hair on your armpit? Though body hair is very common even among women, they typically only have a peach fuzz or fine hair on their chins and above the lips, or even on the chest, abdomen and back. Growing dark, unsightly hair in these areas, however, is another story. This condition─ known as hirsutism─ is mostly seen in men and not so much in women. While getting rid of unwanted hair may seem as simple as shaving it off, doing so could be frustrating once you see that they’re growing back, making you wonder why this happens in the first place.
Thursday, July 9, 2015
Botox has long been the go-to treatment of many celebrities who are after a youthful look, whether they admit it or not. Now, Botox isn’t just an option for the rich and the famous, for this remedy has become very popular among everyone from all walks of life who wants to take years off their face. Popular as Botox may be, there are still those who hesitate to undergo the procedure due to certain unfounded fears. While Botox may indeed be harmful when overused, in small dosages it can almost instantly erase unsightly wrinkles off your face, and more. Here are some persistent misconceptions about the procedure, and the truth behind them.
Wednesday, July 8, 2015
Your skin goes through a lot in your daily life. It gets scratched, exposed to the elements, develop spots, or simply go through the effects of aging. The ideal is to have smooth, unblemished skin, but this is something that can be very elusive for many. Thankfully, there are procedures like CO2 laser resurfacing to help with that. Tijuana skincare centers like Baja MediSpa offer these and more as part of their skincare programs. If you’re thinking of undergoing the procedure, here are some information you need to know. Why Would You Want It Done? Laser resurfacing should be considered to correct superficial skin flaws, such as wrinkles around the eyes, forehead, and mouth; scarring from smallpox or acne; and sun damage. Additionally, it may also be used to remove warts and birthmarks. Laser resurfacing can also act as cleanup for facelifts, as some areas on non-responsive skin can be removed through this method.