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Immediately following the holiday season everyone seems to make a new commitment to getting more fit. Whether you want to kick-start your motivation to begin a new exercise program, or you want to level up an already fit physique with more sculpting and definition, Emsculpt is the answer.

More than a fat-burning tool, Emsculpt uses cutting-edge technology to also build and tone muscles in specific areas of the body....

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Even if you’re dedicated to your skincare routine, you may still find your neck area betrays your efforts at maintaining youthful-looking skin.

The dermal layer on the neck is not only thinner than that of your face and the rest of your body, but it also has less padding underneath it to keep it smooth and plump looking. This makes it more susceptible to sun damage and more prone to the effects of high movement from facial expressions...

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A professional facial can be both relaxing and beneficial to the health of your skin. The deep cleansing potential and targeted serums and treatments offered by having regular facials can help slough off dead skins cells, encourage more rapid turnover of new ones, and spot treat areas of concern, which can all reduce the signs of aging, soothe irritated skin and lead to a glowing, more youthful complexion.

For optimal results, a good...

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Botox is best known for being able to reduce the appearance of facial lines and wrinkles associated with aging. While wrinkles form for a variety of reasons, Botox targets those resulting from repeated and exaggerated facial expressions like frowning, laughing, and squinting. The most common issues we address are the “11’s” creases between the brows, “bunny” scrunch lines on the sides of the upper nose, and “crows feet” on the outside...

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While a lot of people view getting regular facials as an indulgence, others know that professional facial treatments are lot more than a relaxation experience. As the saying goes, if you know, you know.

Regular facials are quite pampering, but they are also a great way to deep cleanse, spot treat, fight aging and otherwise support your at-home skin care routine.

But who has time for regular spa visits these...

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Whether the goal is to look and feel younger or treat conditions like acne, eczema or melasma, you want the dollars you spend on skin care products to count.

But often, we end up buying so many different creams, oils, patches and serums in search of something that actually works, that a small fortune’s been spent on ineffective products that do little more than crowd cabinets and counters.

Medical grade skin care products are...

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In the world of therapeutic fitness tools, massage guns are creating a lot of buzz for their claims to relieve tension and soreness and help you relax. Athletes of all levels, as well as people who are just on their feet all day, are checking them out as a way to soothe tired muscles after a workout or a long day on the job.

And they can be effective. These handheld percussive devices vibrate at a predetermined frequency in varying...

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The popularity of derma rollers, also called facial rollers, has increased dramatically in recent years due to their claims to be as effective as a professional microneedling facial at reducing fine lines, acne scars, hyperpigmentation, and other skin texture issues.

DIY beauty devices like facial rollers are appealing to some because they are often cheaper and more convenient than going to see your aesthetician.

But do their...

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Cellulite affects up to 90% of all women — even some who are naturally thin or considered fit. But even though it’s common (and normal) to have it, the dimpling effect of cellulite on buttocks, thighs and abdominal areas is frequently what keeps us from feeling swimsuit ready and excited about heading into shorts season.

Cellulite is such a universal struggle there’s a whole segment of the beauty industry dedicated to reducing its...

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While we all know the visible signs of aging are inevitable at some point, there’s nothing wrong with wanting to delay them as long as possible. The good news is there are actually a variety of non-invasive ways to do just that.

As the largest organ of the body, the skin is designed to protect our internal organs from things like bacteria, environmental damage and extreme temperatures. However, the skin requires some protection of its...

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Each New Year, there are always a few things from the previous one that we’d like to leave behind — poor diet and lifestyle habits, unhealthy relationships, or a less-than-satisfying work situation, just to name a few. But what about those increasingly noticeable fine lines and wrinkles popping up around your eyes and mouth? Good news! You can say goodbye to those as well!

While fine lines and wrinkles are a natural byproduct of aging,...

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Even if you normally get good results from your beauty routine, you may find it lacking during the winter months. While you still need to wash, moisturize and treat your skin, some products and practices may need to change to avoid skincare-related winter weather woes.

Colder temperatures and blustery winds don’t necessarily mean you’re stuck with drier, tighter skin, redness, itching and flaking. Below are some tips to help you...

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