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Jan 30, 2019
Some acronyms are used so frequently, so colloquially, we overlook the meaning in their very letters. A prime example in beauty is "laser," which stands for light amplification by stimulated emission of radiation. Such gadgets operate in a very specific way, "emitting a narrow beam of a single wavelength, or color, of light," says Shereene Idriss, a clinical instructor in dermatology at the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai in New York City. However, she adds, the term has become a generic catchall for an entire class of plug-in dermatologic devices — wrongly so, of course, as many of these machines rely on different kinds of energy (ultrasound, or, say, radiofrequency) to achieve separate and distinct effects.
Jan 30, 2019
Once upon a time, surgery was the only way to improve concerns ranging from stubborn fat and cellulite to wrinkles and more. Today, we have a host of non-surgical, energy-based options designed to improve the appearance of visible signs of aging on the face, sculpt the body’s contours and enhance our most intimate areas. Here are the most buzzed about (and effective) options for downtime-free rejuvenation from head to toe.
Jan 28, 2019
Many people consider their thighs to be that “trouble” spot, and this area can be notoriously challenging to slim down. But there’s no need to throw in the towel just yet. We connected with experts, who broke down all the options to targeting this specific part of the body. Keep reading to discover their recommendations for reducing thigh fat. Unfortunately, there aren’t any special foods that can help slim down the thighs. Instead, you should concentrate on having an overall healthy diet. “Eating well has many benefits to working out, like boosting energy levels, which can assist in improving endurance during exercise,” says registered dietician and nutritionist Stacy Leung, RN. In anticipation of a workout, the Mayo Clinic® advises the consumption of a light meal made of carbohydrate-rich foods, such as whole-grain cereals, a banana, or a low-fat granola bar.
Jan 28, 2019
Acne scars are caused by inflammatory acne lesions, such as papules (pink raised bumps), pustules (pink bumps with white pus), or cysts. According to Chang, there are several factors that contribute to the risk of developing scars. First, it may be genetic: if you have family members who have acne scars, you're at a higher risk of developing them too. Your skin type also affects the types of scarring. Chang says those with lighter complexions may be more prone to acne erythema (persistent redness) after inflammatory acne, while those with darker complexion patients may be more prone to post-inflammatory hyperpigmentation or brown blemishing.
Jan 28, 2019
Profound treatment is effective for cellulite and it is more of a permanent treatment than VelaShape procedure. Patients have a choice to choose which procedure is best fit for their lifestyle and budget.

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