‘Real Housewives’ Jacueline Laurita had non-surgical rhinoplasty procedure and her results are fabulous. She, like many others, didn’t know this was possible but it is and it really does only take 2 minutes.
I always tell my patients, why not come to my NYC office on your lunch hour?
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Aging can be a beautiful thing. Integrate health and beauty and you’re set.
Be sure to manage your stress levels (it’s a silent killer), contribute to healthy relationships while avoiding relationships that make you unhappy, eat well, take vitamins, and stop smoking (it’s known to cause wrinkles!).
Above all else, listen to elderly advise. Their knowledge can be invaluable according to a recent article entitled “Advice From Life’s Graying Edge on Finishing With No Regrets”.
More anti-aging tips can be found at www.facebook.com/dryagoda.
Celebrities may be beautiful and well-spoken, but they’re not health and beauty experts. A recent report from the non-profit organization Sense About Science discovered that many celebrities are repeating medical and cosmetic advice that is based in fiction, not fact.
It’s fun to hear what stars have to say about their beauty and health regimens. After all, they’re famous and alluring-we want to hear what tricks they’ve got up their sleeves! But it’s important to be aware that their advice may not be medically sound. From royal sister Pippa Middleton’s comment about using a cold rinse to “close the pores” of her hair and “give it a lift and shine” (hair doesn’t have pores!) to actress Juliette Lewis’s assertion that “coconut water is pretty much the most hydrating thing you can drink” (try water!) to supermodel Gisele Bundchen’s vehement hatred of “synthetic” sunscreens (even though they are rigorously tested and safe), these ladies are full of well-meaning quips for healthier lifestyles-but they’re not exactly authorities on these topics.
Before you take their advice, make sure you verify the accuracy of their recommendations with someone who is truly knowledgeable about integrative health and beauty–Dr. Michelle Yagoda, a Facial Plastic Surgeon, ENT, and co-creator of BeautyScoop. Here’s to a year of beauty and wellness!
If knowledge is power, then reputable sources have the ultimate power! Next time you are reading to educate yourself for self-treatment, consider the source. Marketing materials, advertisements, and random on-line forums often provide partial information or even misinformation. Beware of the dangers that lurk! While a head strap to stop snoring might prevent oral breathing, it may also lead to an irregular heart rhythm (and possibly even death during sleep) if the oxygen inflow is restricted due to nasal obstruction. Read more about Snoring and Sleep Apnea.
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When you feel good, you look good…and when you look good, you feel great!
Lifestyle choices affect health and wellness so make sure that you feel young as you grow older.
Just do an internet search for “10 Anti-Aging Tips or Resolutions for Seniors” and see what new information is available.
Health tips given daily at www.facebook.com/dryagoda.
Do you have blackheads on your nose? Are you having trouble getting rid of them?
Use a medical grade salicylic acid, glycolic acid and/or benzoyl peroxide blackhead treatment cream every night (or every other night if you have sensitive skin), and, get a professional facial or peel to shrink your pores, control your acne and give you the skin texture you’ve been dreaming about!
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Everyone knows that baggy and hanging upper eyelids can make you look old and tired. But, did you know that they can also cause functional/visual problems? That’s right. If it’s hard to put eyeliner on, it may be impacting your peripheral vision too.
Here’s what you need to do to find out if your eyelid surgery is cosmetic or functional: www.mayoclinic.org
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Your voice is an instrument. Cultivate it, safeguard it, and it will perform exceptionally! Read from Dr. Yagoda’s brochure “Care of the Professional Voice: Steps Toward Good Vocal Health” to find out what to do, what not to do, and what things must be avoided to ensure optimal vocal performance.
More voice care tips can be found at www.facebook.com/dryagoda.
Your nose is one of the most important features on your face, and one of the first things people notice. In fact, your nose shape says a lot about you!
Find out about having a nose that looks good and works well too with a visit to an ENT and Facial Plastic Surgeon like Dr. Yagoda.
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Don’t spend crazy money on skin creams, like this one with 23-karat gold particles mixed in. Oftentimes, expensive products are just promises in a jar.
Ask Dr. Yagoda to select a product for you…and, drink lots of water, (a packet of BeautyScoop will work wonders), eat well, and get plenty of rest. And, when it’s time to amp it up, ask Dr. Yagoda about fillers, injections for wrinkles, peels and lasers, too!
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