Thursday, May 21, 2015

Too many Wrinkles?

Too many Wrinkles? Speak to the staff at Cosmos Clinic for Wrinkle Treatments & Reduction.

Why do wrinkles and lines form?

There are several anti-wrinkle treatments including wrinkle reduction injections and dermal fillers. Wrinkles form from either overactive muscles or the loss of collagen. The lines in the top part of your face (from your hairline to below your eyes) are generally caused by overactive muscles. These lines need to be treated with an Injectable Muscle Relaxant. The lines in the bottom part of your face are caused by a loss of collagen. These lines can be treated with Dermal Fillers.

Wednesday, May 20, 2015

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Thursday, May 14, 2015

Tuesday, May 12, 2015


Lines & Wrinkles around the face develop over time and cause us to look older than we feel. The treatment we all know as Botox® (botulinum toxin) has been formally approved for cosmetic use to reduce these lines and exaggerated facial expression. Botox is used in over 2 million people in the US every year for wrinkle treatment and has been around for more than 20 years primarily used for medical conditions previously. It is safe, effective and quick with a few injections under the skin. CosMedocs' Specialists are dedicated cosmetic doctors that are highly trained from London in botox wrinkle treatment injection techniques using very fine needles that cause virtually no pain. Please visit the contact us page to find our clinic nearest you.
Wrinkle treatments are certainly not just for women. Women may talk about their looks more often, but men are concerned about there appearance as well. Why shouldn't they be? A man who goes to the gym; and cares about his clothes and personal grooming: Is a man that understands his appearance says as much about him professionally, as personally. During your consultation, our specialists, will be able to advise you on which wrinkle treatment is required to keep you looking young.
The eyes are known as the window to the soul, but they can also be a dead giveaway to the age of the person behind them. Problems with the eye area may even make you appear older than you truly are, or at the very least, tired or unhappy, even when you aren’t. Whether a drooping brow, excess skin on the eyelid, lines (“crows feet”) around the eyes, or “bags” or dark circles under the eyes, our CosMedocs has a procedure that will help eliminate your problem.
wrinkle around eyes beforeeyes after botox treatment
Lines With Wrinkle Treatment

Friday, May 8, 2015

Avoiding the Filler Face

Avoiding the Filler Face

You know what I’m talking about— celebrities with huge pouty lips or overstuffed cheeks. 
You know something just isn’t right about their appearance. The truth is they’ve overdone it with injectables and now have “filler face.”
Our minds easily recognize a feature that is out of proportion. The ideal mouth is two-thirds lower lip and one-third upper lip. When fillers are used without taking this into consideration, you get that disproportioned look.
Luckily, experienced injectors are familiar with these subtle rules of facial proportion. JUVÉDERM®, Sculptra®, and other injectables are amazing products that, when used skillfully and professionally, can create a youthful and natural look.
In order to avoid filler face, consult with a board certified plastic surgeon, because he or she can advise you on the facial rejuvenation options that are best for you. Although fillers are affordable and noninvasive, they aren’t always the appropriate solution. A surgical approach may be your best alternative for long-lasting results.
Our team at Advanced Aesthetics understands how to use injectables correctly and work with you to design the most appropriate approach to give you a natural look.
About ~ Advanced Aesthetics, PC: Advanced Aesthetics is one of the most successful Atlanta-area cosmetic surgery practices, with offices in four south Atlanta locations: Fayetteville, LaGrange, McDonough, and Newnan. Advanced Aesthetics and Truffles MediSpa share the building at:
One Prestige Park, 874 West Lanier Avenue, Suite 100,
Fayetteville, GA 30214.
They can be reached by phone at 770-461-4000 or at

Thursday, May 7, 2015

Over 65 and going strong: Baby boomers are reinventing old age

Over 65 and going strong: Baby boomers are reinventing old age
Fran Hinton, a 70-year-old pilates instructor at YWCA, holds a yoga pose.

Fran Hinton, a 70-year-old pilates instructor at YWCA, holds a yoga pose.


Young women seeking breast implants often tell Dr. Nick Carr that there’s no way they will need to have them replaced when they become senior citizens.
“When I’m 55, I won’t care,” they tell the Vancouver plastic surgeon and medical director of Skinworks cosmetic medical clinic.
“I always tell them, ‘You’ll still care,’” Carr says.
Dr. Carr should know. Older Canadians seeking cosmetic surgery have come to form up to half of his practice. Demand from people in their mid 50s to early 70s is steadily growing for everything from facial rejuvenation to tummy tucks.
He does cosmetic surgery on someone in his or her 70s every month.
Dr. Carr, who is also president of the Canadian Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery, says many people who reach their 60s have worked hard to stay fit.
“This is a generation of people that is healthier and more vital,” he says. “It’s natural for them to want to have their external appearance match their internal health.”
In the U.S., people 55 and older accounted for 24 per cent of cosmetic surgery in 2013, making them the second largest surgical group after 40-to-54-year-olds, according to the American Society of Plastic Surgeons.
Baby boomers are reinventing old age. The mass of Canadians poised to reach 65 over the next couple of decades is armed to the teeth with energy and a drive to stay active.
By 2030, when the youngest boomers have reached 65, 23 per cent of Canadians will be over 65, up from 15.3 per cent in 2013, according to Statistics Canada.
In B.C., seniors are expected to account for up to 27 per cent of the population in 2038.
Boomers entering retirement want to play hard and a growing number of them want to work hard. And they’re determined to look and feel good while they’re doing it.
Boomers will storm retirement with the financial and intellectual firepower they’ll need to meet their late-in-life goals, says Andrew Sixsmith, director of the Gerontology Research Centre at Simon Fraser University in Burnaby.
“Baby boomers are probably one of the richest and healthiest generations in human history,” Sixsmith says. “They’re also better educated than previous generations.”
People born between 1946 and 1965 have been distinguished by a tendency to go flat out at everything they do. That hallmark zeal is not expected to fade in retirement.

Monday, May 4, 2015


Irvine, Calif., April, 2015 – ALPHAEON Corporation announced today that they completed enrollment of two pivotal studies with their Botulinum toxin Type A neuromodulator, EVOLUSTM, for the treatment of glabellar lines. Completing enrollment marks a significant milestone for the Phase III development program. Recruitment for the two U.S.-based studies began on January 2015 and was completed in March. “We have been fortunate to partner with some of the top dermatologists and plastic surgeons in our clinical studies.

Their research experience and clinical acumen was evident during this important enrollment phase of our pivotal trials,” said Chris Marmo, Ph.D., President of ALPHAEON Beauty. ALPHAEON acquired the exclusive U.S. and certain international distribution rights to the neuromodulator as part of its acquisition of Evolus Inc. in October of 2013. About ALPHAEON Corporation ALPHAEON Corporation is the first social commerce company transforming self-pay healthcare by bringing to market highly innovative products and services to promote consumer wellness, beauty and performance.

The company works in partnership with board certified physicians ensuring access to leading advancements in lifestyle healthcare. For more information, please visit

PRESS CONTACT: Jenna Mons, Senior Vice President of Marketing and Communications Tel: 949-284-4523 Email: ALPHAEON® is a registered trademark of Alphaeon Corporation EvolusTM is a trademark of ALPHAEON Corporation