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Building Skin Resiliency at Every Age!

Researchers are digging deeper than ever before, at the molecular level, through the layers, or stratums, of the skin and examining how the cells in each stratum react to stressors.

Facing Facts: Real News in Facial Fat Grafting

We reached out to local experts to get the latest info on the facial fat grafting treatment process.

Alzheimer’s Update: Genetics, Research, and Care

With recent news regarding Alzheimer’s disease remaining less than optimistic, we reached out to a local expert to find out more about recent research.

Dry Skin Survival Guide

Whether you love or loathe the cooler temperatures, low humidity, and occasional snowfall that occur this time of year, your skin is decidedly less than enthusiastic about the season.

Your Best Skin Revealed! At-Home Sheet Masks

Here’s everything you need to know about this odd-looking beauty ritual that’s destined to be a mainstay in your weekly skincare routine.

Minding Your Memory: A Few Tips For Keeping Memory Sharp

The older we get, the greater the chance for our memory loss to become more profound. The good news is there are are many different things we can do to help protect it.

Stubborn Fat! Is Vanquish the Answer?

While body-contouring treatments that offer fat reduction are not necessarily new, there is another procedure called Vanquish that eliminates fat cells non-invasively.

Butter Me Up! The Anti-Aging Benefits of Shea Butter

While its moisturizing efficiencies are enough to convince anyone to pick up this humble hydrator, shea butter has a few other perks that’ll have you, in a nutshell, hooked.

The Benefits of Raindrop Near Vision Inlay

Today, there is another option for addressing vision loss that comes with aging and it offers a different approach, according to Dr. Maria Scott of Chesapeake Eye Care & Laser Center.

The Vampire Facial: Everything You Need to Know About Micro-Needling with PRP

It seems vampires have been right all along. The secret to eternal youth? Blood. Well, more specifically, plasma—platelet-rich plasma, to be exact.