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7 Common Mistakes People Make with Their Skin

Posted in Skincare

There is nothing better for your skin than properly taking care of it. The right skincare, diet, and habits can all affect your skin’s aging course. With one million different voices out there telling you what you should be doing to achieve your best skin, it’s hard to decipher what you absolutely, without-a-doubt should avoid…. READ MORE

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Why Facelifts are Growing More Popular with Younger People

Posted in Facelift, Skincare

In the past, a facelift procedure has commonly been associated with those over the age of sixty to help smooth away the appearance of fine lines, drooping skin, and lost volume. However, in recent years, the surgery has gained popularity amongst the younger generation because of the significant benefits of having the procedure early rather… READ MORE

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4 Steps to Glowing Holiday Skin

Posted in Lifestyle, Skincare

Nothing dampens holiday cheer like dull and dry skin. Whether you are traveling to see loved ones, spending time holiday shopping at crowded stores, or preparing your favorite seasonal meals, you’ll appreciate the simplicity of a glowing and healthy complexion. Although you might choose the most expensive skincare brands that celebrities, friends, and pushy retail… READ MORE

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5 Things Most People Get Wrong About Sunscreen

Posted in Skincare

One organ, that most people don’t even think of as an organ, does a considerable amount of work for your body. A big reason it’s overlooked is that it’s not inside your body like the heart and lungs. We’re talking about your skin- all 300 million cells of it. When it comes to the critical… READ MORE

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5 Things Most People Get Wrong About Sunscreen

Posted in Skincare

One organ, that most people don’t even think of as an organ, does a considerable amount of work for your body. A big reason it’s overlooked is that it’s not inside your body like the heart and lungs. We’re talking about your skin- all 300 million cells of it. When it comes to the critical… READ MORE

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Repair Summer Sun Damage with Jacqueline Skin Care

Posted in Noninvasive, Skincare

For many Houstonians, the thought of cooler temperatures is a welcome respite to the hot, muggy days of summer. Although boating, pool parties and visiting the beach are enjoyable, the effects of sun damage can put a damper on our skin’s appearance. Looking fresh and natural for those upcoming festivities is important, and we may… READ MORE

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Will Drinking More Water Improve Your Skin?

Posted in Plastic Surgery, Skincare

The power of drinking water is underestimated by people looking to achieve beautiful skin. The skin is the body’s largest organ. It protects the body by storing water and lipids, serving as thermoregulation and preventing fluid loss. Drinking adequate amounts of water is a natural discipline which results in healthy, glowing skin. Here are seven… READ MORE

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Will Drinking More Water Improve Your Skin?

Posted in Plastic Surgery, Skincare

The power of drinking water is underestimated by people looking to achieve beautiful skin. The skin is the body’s largest organ. It protects the body by storing water and lipids, serving as thermoregulation and preventing fluid loss. Drinking adequate amounts of water is a natural discipline which results in healthy, glowing skin. Here are seven… READ MORE

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Non-Surgical Treatments for Bright Summer Skin

Posted in Noninvasive, Skincare

Nothing is more crucial for a healthy, beautiful appearance than having healthy skin. While skin quality is often determined by genetics, major beneficial involvements like moisturizing, skin repair, proper cleansing and exfoliation can make the difference between dull and beautiful skin. At Livingston Plastic Surgery in Houston, we understand the importance of attaining and maintaining… READ MORE