Treatments are available to help reduce skin crepiness and prevent further damage as you age. Your dermatologist can help you explore the best options for your skin.
If you’re bothered by drooping eyelids and sagging, wrinkled skin around your eyes, injections or restorative surgical options could help make your eyes look more youthful.
Wrinkles, puffiness, dry skin, dark circles: Find the right eye cream ingredients to target your top skin concerns.
A dermatologist comments on a study exploring how a daily routine of facial exercises for 20 weeks could make some people look younger.
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Your hands have a hard life — and they can really show it. Get some expert tips on how to keep your hands looking youthful, including do’s and don’ts
You can’t stop the clock. But you can take steps to delay the onset of wrinkles. Our dermatologist shares tips for keeping your skin looking younger, longer.
Think you know what sunscreen is and what it’s supposed to do? If you’re like most people, you probably don’t. A new study finds the majority of consumers don’t completely understand the information on a sunscreen label. Northwestern University researchers surveyed 114 patients at a dermatology clinic to determine what they knew and understood about sunscreen. Researchers gave the patients … Read More
Don’t find your laugh lines too humorous? There are plenty of non-surgical options from Botox to lasers to skin resurfacing procedures.
Many people don’t realize that ultrasound imaging can be used to lift skin and promote collagen production. One such noninvasive treatment, Ultherapy®, has been approved by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA). Practitioners use the ultrasound treatment to target deep tissue layers. They can use the device to focus energy where it is most needed. … Read More
You can’t avoid the sun, of course. You can avoid sunburn. Which is a pretty good idea, considering that damage from sunburn can last a lifetime. Dermatologist Jennifer Lucas, MD, says sunburns have a cumulative effect on our bodies. ‘Insults’ to our skin and our DNA “Each burn you get you are putting yourself more … Read More