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Unlike other skin blemishes, moles are not too forgiving when it comes to removal. Until now, there have not been that many options available to patients outside of cauterization and surgical intervention. While these do come with high levels of success, the excision process can be discomforting and sometimes painful for those who decide to choose one of these methods. So what are the alternatives? And do they have as much success as other methods? Laser removal and moles: what you need to know Although mole removal is classified as an outpatient procedure that requires just a bit of local anesthesia to perform, some patients have seen the development of post-operational scarring. This is particularly true when the mole is larger in size and/or has roots that bury deep beneath the skin. An alternative way to deal with smaller and…


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We all have that one region of our body that we are not satisfied with, that we wish cosmetic intervention could come in and quickly fix. Hair loss and inadequate growth affects millions of people, and can be viewed as a downright curse by those who “suffer” from it. Are your eyelashes on the thin side? For most women more so than men, insufficient eyelash volume is a dreaded problem, and thus one that has seen the rise of an entire cosmetic industry dedicated to hair restoration products and services for this specific region of the body. Perhaps due to mass media depictions of what is considered an attractive or beautiful facial feature, plump, thick eyelashes are highly sought after and the dream of many women. Two solutions exist in this regard, each with its own pros and cons. Natural…


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Some of us wear them with pride, while others find them annoying and unsightly. No, we are not talking about tattoos, but rather birthmarks. Not everyone is born with these natural, etched-in-skin designs, and no one has yet to determine their cause. Whatever the reason, these marks are found in areas where there is a high concentration of blood vessels. While completely harmless and very rarely the source of pain, some wearers perceive them as an unattractive burden. They can be found on any region of the body, so sometimes this means in conspicuous places such as the face, arms, stomach, or back. For people whose birthmarks are located on their scalp, the only time they would ever need to worry is when balding. Fortunately for those uncomfortable with their beauty marks, a few methods exist for removing your birthmark…


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The hair loss and restoration industry was catapulted with the craze of Rogaine and similar prescription and over the counter products, not to mention the availability of various transplantation operations. People suffering from premature hair loss now have more options than ever when it comes to reaching the growth they had in their late teens and early 20’s, but with each one comes the increased difficulty of making the right choice. Some individuals prefer natural methods and alternatives, while others are more than eager to undergo surgery. You should always speak with your doctor before making a final decision, as they will recommend the appropriate treatment for your specific hair loss needs. Thinning, patchy areas, and balding that is still in the beginning stages are all issues that can be resolved without surgical intervention. Baldness is not in your future:…


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