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Characteristics of Excellence in Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgeons – Part II
Compassion: the ability to understand the emotional state of another person or oneself. Not to be confused with empathy, compassion has the added component of having a wish to alleviate or at least reduce the suffering of another. Empathy is the ability to put oneself in the other person's place. Although compassion and empathy are two separate things, having compassion for someone can lead to feeling empathy for another person.
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New Years Consultation
If you’ve made a New Year’s resolution to improve the way you look, your next decision would be choosing the best surgeon to meet your needs. To some, this would be a logical step to take. Believe it or not, there are some people who would take more time researching washers and dryers before making a purchase than they would scheduling consultations with qualified facial plastic surgeons to determine the best fit.  In the following “good to know,” guide, you will learn what to look for with your surgeon.
12 Days of Beauty blog feature
12 Days of Beauty
Most everyone looks forward to the holidays. Spending more time with family and friends, giving thanks for shared traditions and making memories is what this season is all about. Some people will look forward to the tradition of exchanging Christmas gifts which can be a lot of fun but it can also cause a great deal of stress. It’s chaotic to say the least. Chaos leads to stress, stress leads to anxiety. Anxiety can cause depression. All of these conditions can have an adverse effect on your skin.
Holiday Stress on Your Skin
Most everyone looks forward to the holidays. Spending more time with family and friends, giving thanks for shared traditions and making memories is what this season is all about. Some people will look forward to the tradition of getting a start on their Christmas shopping the day after Thanksgiving. Black Friday, as it has come to be called, can be a lot of fun but it can also cause a great deal of stress. It’s chaotic to say the least. Chaos leads to stress, stress leads to anxiety. Anxiety can cause depression. All of these conditions can have an adverse effect on your skin.
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Orange Peel Skin
Love the taste of oranges? Full of vitamin C and a great source of fiber, the orange is full of health benefits as is its protective covering. The orange peel may be even richer in nutrients but it’s rarely eaten because of its bitter taste. You could say it “get’s a bad wrap.” Especially when we use the texture of the orange peel to describe a particular condition of the human skin. Makes you want to stay away from oranges altogether.
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Shed the Dead
It’s something we do every day. It’s not a big deal. In fact, we don’t usually give it a second thought but it’s almost as important as breathing. All day long, our bodies throw off dead skin cells as we regenerate new ones. This renewal of skin is an important part of our anatomy that serves to protect us from harsh elements and to keep water and nutrients inside our body where they belong. If it didn’t occur, it would be like using a worn out umbrella with holes to protect us from the sun and rain.
Get Even
Everyone may be gearing up for the new school year, but summer is far from over. Some of you may be determined to enjoy as much of the sun as you can possibly squeeze in. Whether it’s a last minute, quick trip to the beach or a leisurely weekend on the lake, many of you will take home some lovely new summer souvenirs called sunspots.
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