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Aesthetics Aren’t Just for Women

Man Getting Botox

Caring about your aesthetics and getting aesthetic procedures are often associated with women. Society teaches women to be conscious of their appearance, so women take pride in looking and feeling their best. However, this is no longer solely a concern of the fairer sex–according to the Aesthetic Society for Plastic Surgery, aesthetic treatments for men increased 325% since 1997. In particular, three common aesthetics procedures at Aesthetics by Norden can help men: Botox It seems that women aren’t the only ones feeling the pressure of growing old in a young person’s society–men are making sure that they can keep up with their younger co-workers, and looking the part is half the battle. In 2015, over 4 million people had Botox (botulinum toxin) injected in order to relax the muscles that cause wrinkles, smooth lines between brows, and reduce or eliminate frown lines and forehead creases. Out of the 4 million Botox patients, 10% (over 438,000) were men. CoolSculpting Many men spend hours at the gym to get a “Superman” body, only to have those pesky love handles turn into their kryptonite. CoolSculpting freezes fat and naturally eliminates it from your body, and this helps guys improve that target body area that their core workout may not be able to fix. Over 160,000 people had a nonsurgical fat reduction procedure in 2015, and 17% of them were men. BBL Although men get a natural exfoliator when they shave, which improves their skin, their foreheads often are left untreated. Unfortunately, this is where a lot of men Read More >>

How to Prevent and Treat Skin Sun Damage

It’s summertime, and everyone wants to have fun in the sun! Unfortunately, that means you risk getting another dreaded sunburn. Sunburn not only causes physical discomfort and cosmetic blemishes, there are severe health risks associated with it as well. Frequent, severe sunburns contribute to the development of skin cancer, and studies have shown that an individual’s risk for skin cancer can double if he or she has experienced more than five sunburns. The best way to combat sunburn is to take preventative measures against it: Avoid being in direct, harsh sunlight, especially for prolonged periods of time. The sun is strongest between 10:00 AM and 3:00 PM, so if you are outdoors during these hours, try to stay in the shade when possible. Wear sunscreen–lots of it. Daily use of a sunscreen with SPF 15 or higher is shown to reduce the risk of skin cancer, as well as slow down skin aging. Be sure to apply sunscreen generously and frequently to any exposed part of your body. Most people only use about 1/4th of the necessary amount to properly protect the skin. Wear protective clothing to cover your skin from the sun. For example: hats, sunglasses, long sleeves and pants can all block out the sun’s harmful rays.   Sometimes these measures might not be enough, or you might forget to apply sunscreen. Maybe your skin burns particularly easily. Maybe you fall asleep on the beach and forget to reapply sunscreen in time. Sunburn happens, but you can treat it by keeping your body Read More >>

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