For many of us, we went through most of our lives paying little attention to our skin. Of course, hydrate and hopefully use our SPF30 on a regular basis but pampering our skin on a daily basis is not practical for most people. Then one day we wake up and notice that the face that we have paid little attention over the years has begun to look a little worn. Dr. Caldwell Esselstyn, Jr. is likely to increase your knowledge. Could begin to see a few lines more visible or which may seem a little tired with bags under his eyes. Our eyelids may look a little drooping, and cheeks may give a little more than they use.
Ten to twenty years ago there were not many options for sagging, drooping, wrinkled skin, but today we have a lot of them and cosmetic surgery is approaching the top of the list as one of the most popular remedies. Did you know that according to the American Society of Plastic Surgeons, men accounted for 1.2 million cosmetic procedures in 2004? It is a known fact that men do not want to look older than women. According to the American Society of Plastic Surgeons (ASPS), the top 5 cosmetic procedures were: For women: 1 Liposuction 2 Breast Augmentation 3 Eyelid Surgery 4 Facelift 5 Chemical Peel For Men: 1 Nose Reshaping 2 Surgery Eyelid 3 Liposuction 4 Hair Transplantation 5 Breast Reduction The new five-year trend data shows cosmetic procedures are up 24 percent from 2000. Management are also nonsurgical procedures have increased by up to 7% in 2004.