What is crepey skin? Crepey skin is skin that has become thinner, drier, and less elastic—similar in look and feel to crepe paper. Crepey skin is a natural result of aging that can appear all over the body, from under the eyes to the neck and che... Read More
We all will have them at some point—forehead wrinkles. Whether it is from the damaging rays of the sun or family genetics, wrinkles are part of the aging process, especially on the face and forehead. While we may not be able to stop the frown lines... Read More
In a health breakthrough within the folds of osteoporosis, Yale University researchers have just uncovered a surprising link. It may lead to changes in doctors’ advice for women who have wrinkles.
Wrinkles are a telltale sign of aging, and they... Read More
The anti-wrinkle cream market is big business — here, in North America, we spend upward of $1.0 billion every year on these products. But are we getting our money’s worth? Do these products actually deliver on their promises, reducing our... Read More
A recent article in The New York Times is shed some light on a creeping problem in North America — that is, skin problems occurring as a direct result of something which was supposed to cure and treat them. That would be silicone, the liquid ki... Read More