Tuesday, October 29, 2013

EFFECTIVE HOME TREATMENT FOR TIRED EYES WITH GREEN TEA AND CUCUMBER MASK

Photo: EFFECTIVE HOME TREATMENT FOR TIRED EYES WITH GREEN TEA AND CUCUMBER MASK

Ingredients:
• ½ of cucumber
• 1 green tea bag

Method:
• Boil the tea first and then cool it.
• Peel the half cucumber and then slice it in circles.
• Add these cucumber circles to the green tea brew you made.
• Refrigerate them until chilled.
• Place this cooled tea and soaked slices of cucumber on top of your eyes for about 10-15 minutes.
• No rinsing of the eye area is required.
• Also you can make the face mask with these 2 in ingredients by mixing 1 tbsp cucumber paste and 1 tbsp green tea brew.
• Apply and wash after 20-25 minutes.

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EFFECTIVE HOME TREATMENT FOR TIRED EYES WITH GREEN TEA AND CUCUMBER MASK

Ingredients:
• ½ of cucumber
• 1 green tea bag

Method:
• Boil the tea first and then cool it.
• Peel the half cucumber and then slice it in circles.
• Add these cucumber circles to the green tea brew you made.
• Refrigerate them until chilled.
• Place this cooled tea and soaked slices of cucumber on top of your eyes for about 10-15 minutes.
• No rinsing of the eye area is required.
• Also you can make the face mask with these 2 in ingredients by mixing 1 tbsp cucumber paste and 1 tbsp green tea brew.
• Apply and wash after 20-25 minutes.

Monday, October 28, 2013

14 Simple Ways to Prevent Crow’s Feet

Prevent Eye Wrinkles from Forming



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Throughout your 20s, perhaps the most telltale signs of aging you begin to notice are crow’s feet forming around your eyes, those thin lines and wrinkles that result from smiling, laughing, and un-joyous forms of skin abuse.



http://www.chickrx.com/articles/14-simple-ways-to-prevent-crow-s-feet


Friday, October 25, 2013

Revanesse® Kiss ~ Made in Canada



Revanesse® Kiss has been specifically engineered for lip
augmentation and definition as the unique properties of the
lips require a specially formulated filler to ensure good post
-injection results. The result of this special design is a filler
which is easy to inject and mold after injection with fewer
incidences of swelling.

http://www.revanesse.com/products/revanesse_lips.php

Thursday, October 24, 2013

Revanesse® Pure - Made in Canada

http://www.revanesse.com/products/revanesse_pure.phpRevanesse® Pure is a biodegradable, non-animal based and
non-cross linked clear HA gel. Revanesse® Pure does not act
like a traditional filler that simply fills in wrinkles. Instead, it
helps to nourish and moisturize the entire surface of the face
as it is absorbed quickly into the skin. The gel replenishes HA
lost to aging while hydrating the skin and restoring elasticity
for firm, healthy looking skin.

Revanesse® Pure can be used on: 

•   Face
•   Hands 
•   Neck




Tuesday, October 22, 2013

Lip Augmentation

Lip augmentation is a type of cosmetic surgery or non-surgical procedure that aims to improve the appearance of the lips by increasing their fullness through enlargement by injection of lip and wrinkle fillers containing hyaluronic acid.

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Monday, October 21, 2013

What to consider before you have Botox

Botox remains one of the most popular cosmetic procedures in the UK. But with new products, which claim to offer similar benefits to Botox popping up each month, which factors should we take into account when considering targeting those dreaded frown lines?
Have you thought through having botox injections properly?Here, Dr Dennis Wolf, Joint Medical Director at The Private Clinic of Harley Street, gives us five pieces of advice about what we should consider when investing in wrinkle injections.
 1.       Choose your practitioner wisely
If you are considering investing in Botox or any form of anti-wrinkle injections, firstly you should ensure that the person treating you is a qualified practitioner. This rule applies to any form of cosmetic procedure. Research the practitioner online, ask questions and ask to see examples of their work. If you are not completely sure that the practitioner you are seeing is right for you, visit another.  Remember if it the treatment is being delivered in a back-room salon and the price seems too-good-to-be-true, then it usually is!!
2.       Choose the right product
You would be surprised how many patients I treat who do not pro-actively ask what the product is that I will be injecting into their face. Few people know that ‘Botox’ is the product name for Botulinum Toxin A (the product which is injected into the muscles of the face). This product has been around for more than 30 years and so we know a great deal about its capabilities and performance. There are, however, newer alternatives available, which some practitioners out there will be using. But while alternative products like Azzalure or Bocoutur, which can be injected to achieve similar results as Botox, do contain a lot of the same ingredients and are, in theory, a viable alternative if administered by a qualified practitioner, they are newer to the market and there might be less scientific evidence as to their efficacy.  Medical practitioners are, however, fully aware of the abilities of Botox, as well as the potential side effects, and so it remains arguably the most predictable, reliable product. As the patient, it is unlikely that you will know the precise differences between these competitor products, so it is important that you ask for clarification. Ask your practitioner to show you the product bottle and if they are using an alternative product to Botox, find out why and how that product differs.
3.       Be aware of the risks
Despite the fact that Botox is one of the safest non-surgical cosmetic treatments available, there remain potential risks associated with any procedure of this kind. While it is uncommon, a small number of people do not respond to Botox injections, while others experience some redness. Most side-effects are injector and dose related and the vast majority of patients never experience any side effects at all. Nonetheless it is important that you ask your practitioner prior to undergoing the procedure to discuss all of the potential drawbacks; only then will you be in a position to proceed fully informed.
4.       Be realistic in your expectations – don’t try to replicate a celebrity
Think carefully about why you are opting to undergo Botox and what you are hoping to achieve. Discuss with your practitioner your objectives and ask them to explain what you can expect from the procedure. Decide which areas to target and allow your practitioner to take a closer look at these areas. If you visit a practitioner having never undergone Botox before, then you should expect a full consultation, which outlines precisely how the procedure will work. And remember, every patient is different so trying to emulate the look of a celebrity or somebody else is never wise nor realistic. Your body is different to anyone else’s and while Botox will help to reduce the signs of lines and wrinkles, it will not transform you into a celebrity overnight.
5.       Remember ‘less’ is ‘more’
While Botox is one of the best methods of targeting lines and wrinkles, it is still important that your face looks natural and that you have a moderate range of movement and expression.  No-one wants a 'frozen' face!  Follow the practitioner’s guidance on the period of time to leave between procedures and do not ask for additional Botox to be administered against their guidance. The desired result is to reduce the appearance of wrinkles and to make you look healthier and well rested; it should not be immediately evident to other people that you have had any form of cosmetic procedure. 

by  for www.femalefirst.co.uk


Read more: http://www.femalefirst.co.uk/lifestyle-fashion/stylebeauty/what-to-consider-before-you-get-botox-356555.html#ixzz2i6W2mbCZ

Friday, October 18, 2013

Advanced Anti-Ageing Skin Technology

Quinn Clinics Bristol and London Invest in Advanced Anti-Ageing Skin Technology


With over a million non-surgical skin treatments performed each year in the UK, the market remains buoyant despite the recession.
However, while traditional injectable options such as wrinkle-relaxing injections and facial fillers remain the most popular; there is a new breed of treatments using advanced anti-ageing technology that actually work to improve the condition of the skin itself.

Dr. John Quinn’s Bristol and London clinics have invested in the latest advances in skincare technology and offer an impressive array of options which use the latest approaches to skin science in order transform the condition and appearance of the skin.
Dr. Quinn explains: “Cosmetic injections are a wonderful way of ‘trouble-shooting’ the most obvious signs of ageing, tackling wrinkles and creases with remarkable results. They are popular simply because they work so well.”
“However, the latest advances in skin care technology mean that we are able to offer new options that work to improve the health, structure and appearance of the skin itself by stimulating the skin’s own renewal and healing processes for a firmer, clearer complexion with fewer fine lines.”
The clinic offers a choice of three advanced skincare technology systems, which work in different ways.
CO2 fractional laser is the very latest addition to the clinics. This works by creating many tiny holes in the surface of the skin - while leaving most of the skin intact - in order to stimulate collagen production and healing. It is an excellent choice for acne scars as well as lines and wrinkles, elasticity and overall skin tone.
Radiofrequency treatment works by heating the deep layers of the skin; which rejuvenates and firms the skin from within. Radiofrequency can achieve a subtle, all-over rejuvenation and is good for firming and toning the skin for a more youthful look.
IPL, or "Intense Pulsed Light" laser heats the deep layers of skin in order to promote healing mechanisms. This technique is a good choice for pigmentation issues including sun damage and acne rosacea; as well as anti-ageing treatment.
In order to offer the most appropriate treatment to their patients, Quinn Clinics have invested heavily in the latest skin care technology and offer all 3 treatments at their new clinic in Blackheath/Greenwich as well as their Bristol clinic based in Clifton.
Dr. John Quinn MB, BCh, BAO, BACD explains: “These approaches use the latest scientific advances, yet they appeal to those patients looking for a more naturally-based rejuvenation result, as well as those who wish to avoid needles.”
“However, as well as being useful on their own, these advanced technologies create remarkable anti-ageing results when used alongside traditional injectables for a more comprehensive treatment programme.”

In addition to CO2 fractional laser, radiofrequency and IPL; Quinn Clinics also offer a full range of traditional cosmetic and medical skin treatments, including popular anti-wrinkle injectionsdermal fillers and lip filler treatments as well as laser hair removal treatments. A private consultation is recommended to provide individual advice and determine the most appropriate treatment.
Dr. John Quinn MB, BCh, BAO, BACD is a highly experienced aesthetic doctor who has treated literally thousands of patients since choosing to specialise in Medical Aesthetics in 2005. He also offers training in popular cosmetic injections for medical professionals.


Read more: http://www.digitaljournal.com/pr/1482010#ixzz2hc0DVWiR

Thursday, October 10, 2013

(botulinum toxin type A (free from complexing proteins))

How should I use Xeomin?

Botulinum toxin is injected into a muscle by a qualified health professional. When given for conditions of the eye, the medication is injected into the surrounding muscle or tissue of the eye.

Many things can affect the dose of a medication that a person needs, such as body weight, other medical conditions, and other medications. If your doctor has recommended a dose different from the ones listed here, do not change the way that you are receiving the medication without consulting your doctor.
It is important this medication be given exactly as recommended by your doctor. If you miss an appointment to receive botulinum toxin type A, contact your doctor as soon as possible to reschedule your appointment. It is very important to keep your appointments for treatment and follow-up.

This medication is stored at room temperature. Once the dried powder has been mixed, it should ideally be used immediately. However, it may be stored in the refrigerator for up to 24 hours.
Do not dispose of medications in wastewater (e.g. down the sink or in the toilet) or in household garbage. Ask your pharmacist how to dispose of medications that are no longer needed or have expired.

Tuesday, October 8, 2013

FreezeFrame - Botox Alternative

FreezeFrame is a range of skin care products that are clinically proven to reduce wrinkles. FreezeFrame with Inhibox can reduce wrinkles by up to 63% in 28 day with regular use.
FreezeFrame with Inhibox is a botox alternative.  Get botox results from the comfort of your own home. The Freeze Frame range includes other creams and serums designed to visibly reduce wrinkles on the face, lips and eyes –  leaving you looking like you have had a botox treatment but without the needles.

Monday, October 7, 2013

What You Should Know About Wrinkle Fillers

Injectable wrinkle fillers can give you a more youthful look for a fraction of what a traditional face lift costs. Most will fill lines and wrinkles in less than 30 minutes with results that can last from four months to more than a year.
Injectable wrinkle fillers, unlike Botox injections that relax the muscle under a wrinkle, fill the line or crease with one of several different substances. As a result, the line or crease seems to have nearly disappeared.
wrinkle filler

Wrinkle fillers can also be used as "volumizers," plumping and lifting cheeks, filling out thin lips, and plumping sagging hands.
The treatment is fast and easy. But all wrinkle fillers have a downside, including the risk of allergic reaction and the formation of tiny bumps under the skin. In some cases, those bumps may be permanent. A bluish skin discoloration known as the Tyndall effect is also possible. The color change can last for several months, but there are treatments available. In very rare cases, skin cells may die if the wrinkle fillers are not used properly. Typically, the wrinkle fillers with longer-lasting effects are the ones more likely to cause side effects.
Not every wrinkle is right for every type of wrinkle filler. The least risks and best results come from using the right wrinkle filler correctly. That's one reason why you should only have wrinkle fillers injected by a board-certified dermatologist or plastic surgeon.
To help you discuss your options with your doctor, here is a breakdown of the wrinkle fillers currently available. It includes their basic ingredients, how they work, their risks and benefits, and the best areas for treatment. Your doctor can help you choose the right one for you.

Hyaluronic Acid Wrinkle Fillers

The most popular category of wrinkle fillers is hyaluronic acid. Each type of hyaluronic acid wrinkle filler works in a slightly different way with varying results.
Side effects are rare, but they can include redness, swelling, and bruising at the injection site. The filler may also be seen beneath the skin as tiny bumps. This is a problem that often improves over time.
How long the results last varies from several months to over a year. Some research shows that repeated injections may help stimulate the body's own natural production of collagen. That will help reduce the number of lines and wrinkles. There is also some evidence that less filler is needed over time to achieve the same look.

Friday, October 4, 2013

Ageing Skin - wrinkles

With each passing year, our bodies slowly age.
View the ageing skin video to learn more.




Wednesday, October 2, 2013

Teosyal® Redensity [II]






From the age of 30, one woman out of two starts to be concerned about eye circles. With ageing the skin loses its tonicity and gets thinner. Muscles become looser. Each fat compartment in the skin develops itself on its own; they separate and disperse, forming hollows, ridges and folds. 

The orbits widen, the area increases and the infra-orbital margin retracts.