Botox, fillers, and other injectable treatments can make your skin look great– but not your wallet.
Who doesn’t want to look younger? As CBS2’s Meg Baker reported, it may not be in what you do, but rather what you don’t do.
“When I bring it to their [patients’] attention they say to me, ‘Wow, you know I never thought about that,’” New York City dermatologist Dr. Ariel Ostad said.
Almost everybody has heard that they should be drinking eight glasses of water every day to stay healthy, and for many people that means drinking from a bottle. Now, experts say, all of that drinking could cause premature aging.
The effects of the sun on the skin are always a concern during the summer months, but now there is new information that alcohol can also do major damage.
Alexis Wolfer, Founder & Editor-in-chief, TheBeautyBean.com, stopped by The Couch with products to give us the best sun protection — from the inside out.
There are skin products out there that can help you look younger and sexier — and don’t cost a fortune. Beauty expert Rebekah George visited The Couch to show us which products can help you “trick” your skin.
In what might seem like a page out of the “Twilight” series, people looking to erase fine facial lines and wrinkles can undergo a procedure that uses patient’s own blood to reverse visible signs of aging.
Katie McGee found out which foods you should load up on, and which you should leave on the shelf, if you want to get that glow.
For a younger-looking face, there’s always surgery, but new technology is actually making it possible to rejuvenate without cutting.
Many people worry about changes in their skin. Slight differences on the outside may signal clues to what’s going on inside the body, but not every little discoloration and bump is something to worry about.
By Kimberly Rae Miller Name: Nancy Sprague Website: http://www.nancyspraguemakeup.com/ Borough/Neighborhood: Upper East Side Profession: Makeup Artist Brief Bio: Nancy Sprague launched her makeup artist career in Paris after attending the Sorbonne. In France, Nancy worked […]