- December 1st, 2013
Let’s face it; we’re obsessed with youth. Seventy-year-olds wear short skirts and high heels. A generation that said not to trust anyone over 30 still tries to act as if it’s in its 20s. Debbie Boone advertises facelifts on television. But clothing, immature behavior, and cosmetic surgery are not the answers to a true youthful appearance.By James Hardeman, MD
- October 1st, 2012
New light is being shed on a ten-year compilation of research regarding the benefits of MSM (methylsulfonylmethane). MSM has traditionally been used to help reduce joint pain and inflammation. Sulfur—a long-time friend of the dermatology industry—is a key component in MSM.
- February 1st, 2012
It’s been said that by a certain age we get the face we deserve. The ravages of bad habits and bad moods, too little sleep, and poor nutrition add up to sags, wrinkles, and age spots we can no longer ignore.A natural approach to your most beautiful skin.
- January 1st, 2012
A pill a day just may keep the wrinkles away—and the doctor, too.Oral supplements encapsulate nature's most beautiful ingredients.By Cara Lucas
- November 1st, 2011
If your pretty peepers are the windows to your soul, then you surely don’t want dark circles or wrinkles to be the old, dingy curtains.
The thin, delicate skin around our eyes makes us prone to fine lines and wrinkles that show our age. But there are ways around it—history can attest to that.Beautiful eyes are a blink away.By Cara Lucas
- October 1st, 2011
When signs of aging begin to show, your face is almost always the first place you’ll notice a change. Fine lines, wrinkles, sagging skin, blemishes, and build-ups of other impurities compound over time—or make premature appearances—if you don’t take care to protect your skin.Pamper yourself with one of these do-it-yourself facial masks and discover healthy, vibrant skin—all without spending a fortune at the spa.
- May 1st, 2010
Aging provides plenty of perks—greater confidence, more wisdom, and discounted movie tickets, to name a few. But growing older also brings a few downsides: age spots, for instance, which boldly advertise your senior status.
Lighten age spots to reveal a youthful glow.By Deirdre Shevlin Bell
- December 1st, 2009
At age 16, Dawn Montefusco developed a serious case of psoriasis that covered 85 percent of her body in itchy, red scales. Her doctor dashed her hopes of an easy cure, telling her she’d most likely have the autoimmune disease the rest of her life. “I was a sophomore in high school, so this was devastating,” recalls Montefusco, now 40.
Don't let stress sabotage your complexion.by O'Rya Hyde-Keller
- July 1st, 2009
You cheered when news broke that a glass of red wine a day is actually good for your heart. Turns out it’s not just imbibing the stuff (in moderation, of course) that may have health benefits.Reasons to toast vino's rejuvenating powers.by O'Rya Hyde-Keller
- July 1st, 2009
Neurotoxin injections, laser resurfacing, chemical peels: They sound like punishments a comic book villain would inflict upon his victims. But despite the ominous-sounding names, more and more American women are embracing these cosmetic procedures in hopes of keeping their youthful appearance and moving closer to the homogenous ideal of beauty.
Age-defying alternatives offer safer (and effective!) results.By Kate Hanley