Dimpleplasty in High Demand With Millennials

Millennials are readily seeking cosmetically created dimples, according to The Independent.

Dimples in Demand

The dimpleplasty procedure has grown as people under 35 strive to look their favorite famously dimpled stars, like Duchess Kate Middleton, actor Brad Pitt or One Direction singer Harry Stiles.

Dimples have long been considered to mark of beauty by many people. Some cultures see them as a sign of good luck and prosperity.

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Size Matters: Areola Reductions Increasing in Popularity

Areola reduction surgeries are growing in popularity, according to a survey by the Plastic Surgery Group.

Areola Reductions Are Increasing

The organization found a growing number of women want to change not only the size of their breasts, but also the size of their areolas. The group, made up of members of the British Association of Aesthetic Surgeons and the British Association of Plastic Reconstructive and Aesthetic Surgeons, surveyed 131 people to rate the attractiveness of areolas.

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Dr. Alqulali's Guide to Botox at Any Age

Are you thinking about Botox, but you’re not sure if you really need it right now? Even if you don’t notice signs of aging like fine lines and wrinkles, aging is undoubtedly still taking place. Dr. Alqulali believes that Botox has a place in your beauty regimen no matter what your age.  

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Taking Care of Yourself: Your 40s and 50s

 Taking care of yourself is important at any age, and with each new decade brings a new set of recommended wellness visits based on your age. Find out the best ways to care for yourself and your health in your 40s and 50s. 

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Unmasking Melasma: The Mask of Pregnancy

ABC New Chief Meteorologist, Ginger Zee, revealed earlier this year to a national audience that she suffered from melasma, a hyperpigmentation skin condition that affects between 15 and 50 percent of pregnant women in the United States.

Melasma: The Mask of Pregnancy

Melasma is nicknamed, "The Mask of Pregnancy." It is triggered by the hormonal fluctuations caused by pregnancy, as well as the changes in hormones brought on by menopause. Some women also develop melasma as a side effect from using hormonal birth control.

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