Putting your best face forward in the New Year can mean welcoming the benefits of greater confidence and vitality. Here are four big and small ways to start out the New Year by bringing out the best in your appearance.
Establish Your Customized Medical-Grade Skincare Regimen
The most fundamental step toward a healthy, glowing complexion is developing the right skincare routine for your needs. Skincare experts at your local medical spa can work with you to determine the best course for your skin that combats signs of aging and keeps your skin in optimal health. Take our skin care quiz to learn more.
Touchup with Nonsurgical Enhancements
Simple noninvasive touchups like BOTOX® Cosmetic and dermal fillers can provide just the right boost to your appearance to keep you aging gracefully. BOTOX® relaxes the facial muscles that cause dynamic wrinkles, such as crow’s feet or frown lines. Dermal fillers can be a perfect complement to BOTOX® by filling in lost facial volume for a more youthful, smoother look.
Smooth Away Your Double Chin
Those who feel self-conscious about their double chin know that this appearance woe has little to do with your weight. Many men and women simply store unwanted fat around their chins. Kybella™ is an innovative nonsurgical treatment that uses deoxycholic acid to reduce fat deposits in the chin and neck, creating a younger, fitter look.
Schedule Your Facelift
Facelift surgery can take years off of your appearance by smoothing away wrinkles, removing sagging skin, reallocating fatty tissue and tightening the underlying musculature that supports your neck and facial features. If the New Year has you concerned with the visible impact of aging, it may be time to schedule your facelift so you can enjoy a refreshed, youthful appearance for many more years to come.
Dr. Lee B. Daniel is board certified by both the American Board of Plastic Surgery and General Surgery. He is a member of numerous societies including the American Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery and the American Society of Plastic Surgeons.