Nonsurgical Facelift

Considering Lift Edge Filler? Maybe a Nonsurgical Facelift Is Better for You

A common concern many people have about the appearance of their face is “resting b*tch face” (RBF). Essentially, many people think that they look like they are grumpy or angry when their face is in a neutral or relaxed position. This can make people think you’re an angry person, not want to approach you, or […]

Jaw Exerciser Won’t Give You the Perfect Jawline, It Might Give You TMJ

People often advocate exercises to improve the appearance of certain body parts. And sometimes this can work. Buttocks, chest, stomach, and arms, for example, can be reshaped using exercise because these locations have large muscles that can provide definition. However, other body parts don’t always have the muscles that allow you to sculpt them. Your […]

Here’s How Coffee Could Be Making Your Smile Look Older

We probably don’t have to tell you just how popular coffee is. Since about 83% of Americans drink coffee, you and most of your friends are probably coffee drinkers. In fact, the odds are good that you’re one of the 64% of Americans who drink a cup of coffee every day. The combination means […]

Facelift Scars: Expectations and Complications

Surgery involves cutting the skin, and whenever the skin is cut, you are going to develop a scar. This isn’t actually a complication of surgery: it’s an expected outcome. This means that when you decide to get facelift surgery, you are deciding to get scars.

Facelift surgery attempts to minimize the cosmetic impact of scars, […]

Faces Grow More Asymmetric with Age

Symmetry is an important part of beauty. Faces should generally have two sides that match. It shouldn’t be a perfect match, because that looks unnatural. But studies show that a greater degree of natural symmetry tends to make a face look more beautiful.

Unfortunately, a new study shows that facial asymmetry tends to increase as […]