facial exercise versus botox

Once the Hippocratic Oath was considered a rite of passage for practitioners of medicine; it was a promise traditionally taken by physicians pertaining to the ethical practice of medicine. Over the years the wording has changed to reflect a more modern language; however, an oath of some type is uttered by most physicians accepting the…

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does face yoga work

Contortions, puckers and grimaces are the basis of a new facial movement genre that is being touted as yoga for the face. But does face yoga work? Not only is this an insult to our common sense, it is easy to imagine that every yogi could be offended by these movements that produce lines and…

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changing the face of beauty

Changing the face of beauty. Not long ago, in the previous century/millennium, women and men aged gracefully. They proudly accepted the fate of their faces; no one was bothered by wrinkles, crevices or even gray hair. The flower children are surely to blame. Those hippies of yesteryear firmly believed that they would always look like…

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plump lips naturally

Full, pouty, sensual lips are in the news. And it’s all the same news; i.e. three young, hopeful women trying several topical items hoping they will see noticeable changes in the plumpness of their lips. In truth, the results are so temporary; the user will never experience any substantial lip pouting. Plump your lips naturally…

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facial exercise vs plastic surgery

How old will you be when you notice the first signs of aging? Will aging affect your hips, thighs or buttocks first or will it attack your face, producing droopy eye lids and a sagging, jowly jaw line? Think about this the next time you look at yourself in the mirror: When aging is apparent,…

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Are bangs the new botox

Living Longer. Wanting To Look Younger. According to the American Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery and The Washington Post, the number of people 65 and older getting facelifts and cosmetic eyelid surgeries has more than doubled over the last two decades, with much of that increase occurring over the last five years. In 2015 39,772…

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Dying to be beautiful

Dying To Be Beautiful by Katie Couric Repost of Dr. Malcolm Roth’s message via the American Society of Plastic Surgeons. “In many ways, plastic surgery is still the Wild West in this country. Any physician can legally call him or herself a plastic surgeon. Your family doctor can decide, ‘I think I’ll do facelifts today.’…

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best skin care for men

TOP 3 FACIAL CONCERNS OF MEN Here they are and we can help:  crow’s feet wrinkled brows turkey neck (saggy skin under the chin, attached to the neck) There are about 57 muscles throughout your face and neck—muscles that you probably neglect during your daily workouts. DON’T! Your body looks amazing after training the other hundreds of muscles from the neck…

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There is an enormous amount of stress and anxiety to walk the red carpet while appearing at an award show. The pressure is on all day, evening and late into the night. Preparation begins weeks in advance. There are sane methods of alleviating red carpet jitters like performing Facial Magic exercises so your face becomes…

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Plastic surgery victims may not always be recognized by their peers. Once the cuts and sutures have been made, your once God-given recognizable face is gone forever. It’s not just celebs who suffer from this syndrome of “face-gone-weird”; everyday women can have the same experience as eyelids are cut, foreheads unnaturally stretched and pulled while…

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Another young, vibrant woman died in late September during a recent liposuction procedure in Toronto.  How sad that this talented, successful, single mother lost her life hoping to rid her tummy of a little mound of fat. It is most bizarre that her surgeon had no specialties and no hospital privileges. She, the surgeon, was…

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Ear lobes are visible and if they are creased or sagging, you just might be able to revitalize them by promising never to wear heavy earrings again while massaging them a few times a week with coconut oil. They are an extremity and need extra attention to look plump and juicy again rather than arid and neglected.

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Just when you thought you might want to try Botox, the experts are warning that an invasive injection of poison may not make you look younger after all. Well, I’m not surprised, are you? Chemical injections have had their day in the sun and it is time for you to realize that using Facial Magic is what will keep your underlying facial muscles strong. Strong facial muscles disguise aging and you will look better than you have in years.

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Plastic surgery can have pitfalls – imagine spending a million dollars to fix a botched procedure just so you could smile at your baby. She first went under the knife when she was 17, and since then has had six nose jobs, 11 procedures on the skin around her eyes, cheek implants (both adding and…

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