Monday, July 28, 2014

Topricin® Pain Relief and Healing Cream


For over 20 years, the Topricin project has assisted hundreds of thousands of people suffering with pain and those addicted to painkillers to achieve fully restored and robust healthy living. Unfortunately, millions of people continue to suffer in pain, with many experiencing the hazardous side effects of OTC chemical pain pills or negative effects of narcotic Rx painkillers—an epidemic that turns the lives of American families upside down and is undermining the very fabric of our country. 

Because of the company’s experience in addressing these challenges, it has launched its “Get Relief, Give Relief” initiative:  for every purchase of Topricin, Topricin Foot Therapy, or Topricin for Children ordered directly from the company, it will donate a tube of Topricin to a credible pain clinic on the customer’s behalf…Free. 

The company invites the public to join its army of pain relief warriors determined to help those in need by ending suffering and painkiller addiction and restoring hope and the joy of living life to the fullest.  
To “Get Relief, Give Relief,” order from or call 1-800-LES-PAIN (537-7246).

Wednesday, July 23, 2014

Dermal Fillers for 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.

Currently, fillers containing hyaluronic acid like Restylane and Juvederm have captured the attention of consumers and physicians in Europe, North America, South America and Australia.

Tuesday, July 22, 2014

Wrinkle Injections for the Neck


Aging of the skin is caused by genetic factors or by external influences, according to the American Academy of Dermatology. During aging, thinning of the skin and slower production of collagen and elastic fibers cause wrinkles to develop. External factors that speed aging of skin include sun exposure, repetitive facial movements and smoking. The skin on the face and neck is especially prone to wrinkles because it receives more sun exposure than other body parts.

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Monday, July 14, 2014

Put an End to Hollow Eyes

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We talk a lot about reducing under-eye puffiness, but we know that some of you suffer from another issue: eyes that look sunken and hollow, especially for those who have more slender faces. However, there is help for those who may be genetically predisposed to hollow eyes or have lost soft tissue and bone density, which can make the eyes appear sunken.

Filler fix: At the first signs of hollowing, a filler such as hyaluronic acid or fat can help to fill in the spots that appear in the tear troughs. Hyaluronic acid is effective in filling deficient areas under the eyes when it is injected deep into the tissue.

Product fix: Applying cucumber slices and products with vitamin C can reduce the dark circles that sometimes accompany eye hollowing. Retinol is a good ingredient to help the fragile skin become stronger, and humectants will add a bit of a plumping effect under the eyes. If you find that you have dark circles too, a prescription of hydroquinone can help to lighten up under-eye shadows.

Permanent fix: A lower eyelift or blepharoplasty surgery can remove any loose skin under the eyes that makes hollowing look worse, and the fat can be repositioned or added to smooth out the sunken skin. Since hollowing can occur in the upper eyes as well, upper-eyelid blepharoplasty can be effective there, too.

Tuesday, July 8, 2014

Correct Cheek Concerns

Correct Cheek Concerns With Injectables

Cheek augmentation is a popular procedure since it reinstates lost volume, making the cheeks look fuller and younger. Depending on the current state of your face, there are multiple ways to enhance your cheeks. If the problem at hand is strictly a loss of fat, then injectables can plump up the cheeks. On the flip side, when the skin on the mid-face is loose and accompanied by more extreme volume loss, surgery, like a facelift, is necessary to address all the concerns.

If you have flat, sunken cheeks, then choose fillers like Perlane or Radiesse. Both hyaluronic acid fillers and collagen-stimulating fillers can add dimension and definition to cheeks that have become flat and sunken over time. After injections, your cheeks will be instantly fuller with a natural contour to them. Collagen-stimulating fillers last longer (12 to 18 months) than hyaluronic acid fillers, but neither is permanent.

If you have saggy cheeks with loose skin, then choose a facelift with fat transfer. A facelift helps to improve the look of the cheeks by tightening up the underlying muscle and tissue. But, since surgery alone can't restore any volume that's been lost, most plastic surgeons choose to add fat to the cheeks too, which can be done at the same time. You can expect dramatic improvement that lasts indefinitely. But, there is a significant amount of downtime involved with the procedure

Friday, July 4, 2014