Appearance of wrinkles and eye bags are common in old age people, but, now, scientists have developed an invisible wearable polymer called Second Skin which can help eliminate some of those imperfections.
Certain types of foods, such as sweets and salt, can age the skin prematurely.
The latest numbers from the American Society of Plastic Surgeons revealed that butt lifts procedures are getting more popular.
Researchers found that people who had less wrinkles and appeared more youthful were more likely to live longer.
Researchers compared identical twins and found that smoking aged facial skin faster.
The major cause for skin ageing is sun, a new study finds. UV rays are responsible for around 80 per cent of skin ageing which includes wrinkles.
The FDA just approved Botox Cosmetic for treating wrinkles near the eyes.
Researchers characterized the face of sleep deprivation as one with droopy eyelids, more lines and wrinkles and darker circles.
Though many will take note of the new changes to the look of new sunscreen levels, one group of experts asserts that there are still problems with the SPF system.
An independent review commissioned by the UK's Department of Health called the cosmetic industry a "crisis waiting to happen" and stated that more regulations need to be implemented on both surgical and non-surgical cosmetic procedures.
Botox injections used to diminish the appearance of crows-feet also reduce strength in the eye muscles which are key to your beautiful smile. Is this affecting your happiness?
Women experience more pressures related to aging than men, according to a new poll.
Young girls and women are chasing the media-defined perfect looks like never before and a single sign of aging appearing anywhere in the body can cause a woman to spend sleepless nights, unless she somehow "fixes" it... according to a new study, women as young as 29 year olds are spending sleepless nights worrying about the same these days. According to the research, women these days start worrying about aging from their late twenties itself.
For all intents and purposes, the "War on Drugs" ended when nearly every state passed a law for recreational or medical marijuana use. The truth is, however, that law enforcement officers everywhere still actively pursue drug arrests. If you've been arrested for illicit drug use, you need to take the charges seriously. While there may be a valid defense or a program that can get you out of trouble for a first offense, the stigma can haunt you for a lifetime.