These summer mornings are exhausting. Even though the kids are out of school, the combination of their early morning swimming practices and late night softball and baseball games are wearing you out. Although your summers were once a time to relax from your teaching job, the kids’ activities are making it difficult. The schedule you are keeping is starting to show. In the fine lines and wrinkles on your face, in the bags under your eyes.
They say that beauty is in the eye of the beholder, but if you are not happy with how you look it is difficult to project your beauty to others. Fortunately, through the use of fillers, laser hair removal, and other cosmetic procedures, you can easily and affordably improve the way that you look.
Whether you are selecting fillers like injectables for wrinkles or you are looking for treatments to erase or diminish your liver spots, taking the time to see what improvements you can make is always a good decision.
- $2.1 billion in retail sales was generated by the anti-aging skin care market in the year 2013.
- 1 million laser hair removal treatments were performed in the U.S. in the year 2016, according to the American Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery (ASAPS).
- 90% of the visible changes commonly attributed to skin aging are caused by the sun, according to the Skin Cancer Foundation. For this reason it is important to work with a skin care professional to make sure that you are using the right kind of sun protection.
- 16 million Americans suffer from the signs and symptoms of rosacea, according to the National Rosacea Society. In addition, millions more may be in temporary remission from this condition that causes redness and often small, red, pus-filled facial bumps.
- Most patients have permanent hair loss after only three to eight hair removal sessions.
- 85 percent of people have acne at some point in their lives. It usually starts in puberty but can affect people in their 20s, 30s, 40s and even 50s.
- 3% of all people have psoriasis to some degree.
- Wrinkles can be divided into two functional categories: deep furrows, caused by muscle contraction, and fine surface lines, caused by ultraviolet light.