How To Get A Younger-Looking Neck: Retinols, Neck Lifts and Lasers One of the first places that reveals your true age? The neck. Etched-in horizontal lines and skin creases are telltale signs of aging. There are a few reasons why wrinkles show up more prominently – and a lot earlier – on your neck than… Read More »
Look Your Best for the Holidays With These Non-Invasive Boosts It’s the most wonderful time of the year! Now that it’s possible to gather together for the holidays again, you might be concerned that the COVID-lockdown left you looking a little disheveled. Not to worry. Here are some quick and easy non-surgical procedures that’ll have… Read More »
5 Things to Do in Your 30s to Look Better in Your 40s You don’t act your age, so why should you look your age? Send Father Time packing with these 5 skin care tips from our expert team.
The Hubbub Over Hyaluronic Acid, From Serums to Facial Fillers Why the sudden cult status for this gel-like substance that naturally occurs in your own body? The team at AW gives their two cents, as well as breaking down what hyaluronic acid is, what it does for your skin, how it works, and, whether or… Read More »
Tales from the Chair: Why I Got Lip Injections (Plus 8 Most-Asked Questions About the Procedure Answered) Curious about going under the needle? In this first-person account, an AW Plastic Surgery patient shares her recent experience about why she, at age 35, elected to have lip fillers for the first time and what the pout-plumping… Read More »
How to Make Sure You Never Look “Done” After an Elective Cosmetic Procedure No one wants a face that looks like they’ve just been through a wind tunnel or are in the midst of an allergic reaction. Here’s how you avoid the pinched or puffy look for the most natural-looking results after elective maintenance or… Read More »
How to Get Rid of Jowls: 4 Treatments for 4 Stages of Sagging Not many areas of the body show a person’s age more than the lower face, which is why even the slightest sight of a sagging jawline can create panic. Relax. Depending on your level of droop, there’s more than one way to… Read More »