Top 5 Anti-Aging Articles for the Week of February 25, 2013

The Top 5 Anti-Aging Articles for the Week of February 25, 2013 are…

We start this week with a warning: The beauty industry makes many outrageous claims. One such claim is that liposomes transport the active ingredients in beauty products deep into the skin, leading to skin alteration and rejuvenation. However, Denmark scientists say this is not possible. Read more:
Buyers Of Beauty Products Should Not Trust The Claims That Liposomes Can Carry Active Ingredients Into The Skin.

Next up, we have a wonderful seven step program. “Seven days to a new you” is a lifesaver for those times when you need some rejuvenation, quick.
It details what to do first and why. This will save lots of wasted energy, money, and time so make sure to read through then save this article for your archives. Find out how by reading Seven days to a new you.

The third top article this week is Acupuncture Myths Debunked. Needles tend to freak out people even during necessary medical procedures, so it’s understandable not to want to use them for beauty and relaxation techniques. Learning about the benefits of acupuncture may help change your view on the necessity of needles, though. Also, so many patients aren’t even aware when the needles are in them, not even the first time they’re inserted.

Our fourth article this week introduces the medical term Fordyce spots. From Medilexicon’s medical dictionary, Fordyce spots are:

“A condition marked by the presence of numerous small, yellowish-white bodies or granules on the inner surface and vermilion border of the lips; histologically the lesions are ectopic sebaceous glands.”

They are named after the dermatologist that discovered them, and occur in both men and women. They affect the shaft of the penis, scrotum, vermilion border,
and the labia. So how do you treat them? What Are Fordyce Spots? What Causes Fordyce Spots? explains more.

The Top 5 ends this week with an article about secondary facelifts. They can deliver amazing results, and studies show they last as long as first facelifts. These studies are available because some people go in for a third lift. Why all the lifting? Well, no facelift lasts forever. Also, people are getting procedures younger while living longer. Understanding the process will help cut down on surprises and disappointment. Read more: Secondary Facelifts Are Safe and Successful.