How Does Your Sleeping Habits Cause Sleep Wrinkles?

June 30, 2021
Sleep wrinkles can develop in response to pressure asserted when one’s face is pressed against a sleep surface. Wrinkles are generally considered to be caused by facial expressions. While facial expressions are behind most significant wrinkle patterns, not all wrinkles on the face are caused by contraction of facial muscles. One’s sleeping position is actually one of the… View Article

How Argireline works for Anti-aging

February 5, 2020
In recent years, the beauty and cosmetic industry has experienced a shift towards products which contain bioactive ingredients with the effects of medical drugs. Argireline-based dermal creams, lotions and ointments are among the emerging cosmeceuticals with promises for anti-wrinkle and anti-aging effects from the comfort of home, replacing the need for extensive botox, laser treatments… View Article

How to eliminate stretch marks

February 24, 2019
Stretch marks are extremely common. Yet, those squiggly lines on your skin are never welcomed. While such forms of dermal scarring are not medically dangerous, it can be aesthetically unpleasant to patients, causing distress. Common occurrence of stretch marks includes the thigh, buttock, lower back, chest, upper arm and knee. Striae rubrae and striae albae… View Article

Fillers – Different Types & Functions

December 18, 2018
Dermal fillers are minimally invasive mainstay cosmetic treatments used to help return the appearance of volume and youth to ageing skin. Volume deficiency, scars, wrinkles, lip augmentation (plumping), facial sculpting and contouring are common facial concerns targeted by dermal fillers. This guide will tell you everything you need to know about them: how they work,… View Article

Dermatologist’s Best Guide to Alpha Hydroxyl Acid (AHA) Facial Treatments

May 31, 2018
Alpha Hydroxyl Acid (AHA) Facial Treatments Alpha hydroxy acids (AHA) are naturally-occurring compounds possessing unparalleled benefits to the skin and extensively used in a dermatologist’s office. Most AHAs are non-toxic and are often present in food and fruits, thus also known as fruit acids. The types of AHA used commonly for cosmetic purposes are glycolic… View Article