Upper Face

b2ap3_thumbnail_shutterstock_240864379.jpgNo matter where you live, chances are you’ve experienced a challenging time or two in your life. But what sets us apart from each other is how we cope with those challenges. For the people of Greece, a surprising trend has emerged from the economic depression that has devastated the country. Dubbed the "lipstick effect," a record number of Greeks are turning to plastic surgery to help perk them up in this time of crisis, and it’s left a lot of people scratching their heads.

b2ap3_thumbnail_Untitled-design-33.jpgMall bangs. Permanent lipliner. Bell bottoms. Trends come and go - some of them not soon enough - but when they’re here, they can cause quite a stir. This is nowhere more apparent than in the world of cosmetic surgery. A field that used to be associated with breast implants and rhinoplasties for the rich and famous just 20 years ago is now more commonly associated with Brazilian butt-lifts, Botox and hyaluronic acid lip injections for the selfie crowd.

b2ap3_thumbnail_shutterstock_53998624.jpgFor the average consumer, plastic surgery is an investment procedure, something that either requires financing or, at a minimum, a lot of budgeting to afford. But women in Hong Kong are reportedly taking matters into their own hands, spending money on at-home, do-it-yourself devices that promise to correct a lengthy list of problem areas without surgery. But do these so-called DIY devices really do anything at all? Plastic surgeon Dr. Ryan Mitchell of Henderson, Nevada, weighs in.

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b2ap3_thumbnail_Untitled-design-48.jpgWisdom can be a tricky thing. After all, we’re all raised to listen to our elders - but what happens when mother really doesn’t know best? When it comes to your skin care, your mom might mean well, but she may not realize that age-old wisdom she’s handing out is dangerously dated. Check out this list of top beauty myths and don’t keep making the same mistakes!

b2ap3_thumbnail_Untitled-design-3.jpgA question we get asked a lot this time of year is, "Can I use my FSA or HAS account to pay for my plastic surgery procedure?" Of course, this varies by provider, but when considering using the remaining balance in your FSA or HSA account, consider the following.

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