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Refresh Your Spring Skin Care Routine With These Tips!

Your closets, cupboards, and cabinets aren’t the only things in desperate need of an awakening this Spring—your skin care routine needs freshening, too. Not many people know that our skin changes just like the seasons, so what might have worked for your skin in the winter may not work for you skin in the Spring… Read More »

Xeomin vs. Botox: Which One Is Right For You?

Botox has quickly become one of the leading solutions in diminished fine lines and wrinkles on the face without the discomfort and inconvenience of surgery. What many people aren’t aware of is that Botox is only one of a family of neuromodulators. Botox is not the only solution to wrinkles and fine lines. Cosmetic surgeons… Read More »

Top 5 Reasons for A Facial Fat Transfer

One of the earliest signs of aging is a loss of volume in the cheeks, temple, mouth, and under-eye area, which often leaves the face looking hollow. The loss of facial fat also plays a significant role in the formation of wrinkles and loose skin. While dermal fillers are a great alternative to help fill… Read More »

10 SkinCare Resolutions for The New Year

A New Year is the perfect opportunity for new beginnings. Whether that means weight loss, checking something off of your bucket list, saving money, or reevaluating some of the old habits that are in need of change. If skin care is on your resolutions list, here are some helpful tips and tricks to get your… Read More »

5 Advantages of Laser Acne Scar Treatments

Acne scarring affects individuals in several ways, influencing their appearance, confidence, and self-esteem. Although many products and treatments boast of results akin to a miracle, most fall well short of a satisfactory outcome. Board-certified in Oculoplastic and Facial Surgery, Dr. Malena Amato offers laser facial resurfacing to resolve acne scarring, deep facial wrinkles, and fine… Read More »

Caring for Your Skin Beneath Your Face Mask

Our new normal of having to wear face masks has brought on a new skincare concern. While we adjust to the important (and in some places mandatory) need to wear a face mask during the current global health crisis, we also have to change how we treat the skin under our masks. How Will Wearing… Read More »

5 Things Even Smart People Get Wrong About Sunscree

Because about half of every American who reaches 65 will develop some form of skin cancer in their lifetime, you may believe it’s wise to get a skin test. But another intelligent move would be to be well-informed on what’s right and what’s not when it comes to sunscreen usage. There is so much information… Read More »