As almost any woman will tell you, finding a way to make our legs appear slimmer and more shapely is a constant challenge. Diet and exercise usually just doesn’t cut it either. Leg fat is stubborn! The important thing to remember is, as awful as we may feel while staring at that dressing room mirror, we are not alone – and the problem isn’t necessarily our fault. Blame your parents, gals! For many of us, our hefty thighs, fatty knees and ‘cankles’ are actually hereditary. (Sucks, but it’s true).
Smart Beauty Guide News
By Allison Schmidt
If the eyes are the windows to the soul, we want to keep them in tip-top shape right? No one wants their soul-windows to have wrinkly droopy curtains and look like they’re in desperate need of a dusting.
Depending on lifestyle and other factors, the eyes can be one of the first places to show signs of aging. Because I want to stave off wrinkles and any signs of skin aging as much as possible, I apply sunscreen daily and I’ve started working on my anti-aging skincare routine, which includes a reliable and effective eye cream.
Board-certified plastic surgeon, Dr. Jennifer Walden explains how neuromodulators such as Botox, Dysport and Xeomin work to smooth out your wrinkles and crowfeet.
“They work by blocking nerve signals. The muscle the little portion is injected into is paralyzed, you can’t move it, and so you get a smooth forehead and crowfeet.”
Dr. Walden recommends looking for someone who is very experienced in injecting Botox, Dysport or Xeomin, or fillers.