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Beard Restoration with Beard Transplants

by Erika | posted on August 24, 2016 »
  The Full Beard Trend   For the last few years, the trend in men’s fashion has been to say goodbye to the close shave. From medium length facial hair to a heavy, full-length beard, men have embraced the masculine appeal of facial hair. Sometimes referred to as the... Read More

How to Properly Remove Makeup and Sunscreen

by Erika | posted on August 3, 2016 »
It is late, you are just returning from a marathon workday that included a long dinner with a client. You are so exhausted that even thought of anything more involved than a quick splash of water to your face with water seems like a herculean task. It is easy to cut corners after a night out– or even a night in watching Netflix.   Don’t, warns Dr. Yael Halaas, one of New... Read More

Protect Your Hair During the Summer

by Erika | posted on July 26, 2016 »
The beach, the sea, the sun. The relaxing days of summer can be rejuvenating for the soul. But time in the sun and surf can damage the hair and leave it brittle. During the summer, the hair needs some extra care and protection. Here are some tips to keep your locks luxurious during the hottest season. ● Fight the frizz. Hydrate the hair with replenishing conditioner. For curls or hair that tends to be dry, apply a leave-in conditioner to... Read More

Do You Need Multiple Hair Transplants?

by Erika | posted on June 12, 2016 »
A hair transplant can be an excellent way to address baldness and restore hair growth. A popular cosmetic procedure among men, hair transplant surgery can improve density of hair and increase confidence. But what if a single hair transplant does not give the full results?... Read More

The Lip Plumping Trend

by Erika | posted on May 27, 2016 »
The Kylie Jenner Challenge, the DIY lip plumping  social media storm that took hold last year and led to an image stream of distorted lips, alarmed doctors and prompted them to send a clear message: do not try this at home. Kylie Jenner’s fuller lips created speculation about how she achieved the look. The then seventeen-year-old reality television star claimed she did not increase the volume with the help of fillers—so how exactly did... Read More

What’s cooking in the rooms? Acne Scars!

by Hazel | posted on April 29, 2016 »
  What are acne scars? Acne, a chronic inflammatory skin condition, is characterized by blackheads, whiteheads, pimples and deeper lumps (cysts or nodules) that occur on the face, neck, chest, back, shoulders and upper arms. Mild acne is classified as... Read More

What is Alopecia?

by Erika | posted on April 19, 2016 »
  Alopecia, the medical term for hair loss, is a condition in which the immune system attacks and damages the hair follicles, causing the hair to thin. A common problem, alopecia occurs in healthy individuals and can affect in both men and women. New York board-certified plastic surgeon Dr. Yael Halaas treats alopecia at her Manhattan office, using the most cutting-edge hair restoration techniques. Basic Hair Care and At-Home... Read More

Top Hair Growth Foods You Should Eat

by Erika | posted on March 31, 2016 »
To keep your body functioning optimally, it is important to maintain a well-balanced diet. Foods that are rich in essential vitamins and minerals should be incorporated in your everyday meals. Not only will a nutrient-rich diet support your... Read More

The Perfect Pair of Brows

by Erika | posted on March 1, 2016 »
    The full eyebrow trend has spurred the quest for the perfect pair of brows –and a robust market for eyebrow growth products and makeup solutions. Standing in clear contrast to over-manicured eyebrows of yesterday–which can age the... Read More

What’s Cooking in the Rooms?

by Hazel | posted on February 18, 2016 »
  Cellulite. Most of us are familiar with the term, but causes it and why does it make the surface of the skin dimpled and uneven? Beneath the skin’s surface is a layer of fat, made up of fat and fibrous bands of connective tissue (called septae). Septae anchor the skin to the... Read More
 

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