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Beauty Myth: Botox Injections Will Prevent Facial Expressions

All it took was a couple of celebrities who overdid it on Botox and Dysport to give the cosmetic treatments a bad name. Both Botox and Dysport soften the look of fine lines and wrinkles by decreasing the muscle activity in the injected areas. It is very rare for someone to not be able to […]

Sweaty Palms Cure

What Causes Sweaty Palms or Palmar Hyperhydrosis? Too much sweating or “hyperhidrosis” is a medical condition characterized by increased perspiration beyond normal for temperature regulation.  Excessive sweating can affect any body area, but is more common in the underarms (arms pits), feet, palms, and face. Too much hand sweating can be embarrassing and interfere with […]

What is My Tattoo Made of?

The tattoo industry isn’t regulated as closely as one would hope; the FDA regulates tattoo ink in the same category as cosmetics.  This can be concerning to someone thinking of having the loosely regulated materials implanted into their skin.  What are these materials exactly?  Dr. Schweiger explains that, “Tattoo artists use a variety of ingredients […]

Anti-Aging Solutions: Frown Lift

As we get older, many of us develop what looks like a permanent frown on our faces. The corners of the mouth start to turn down and vertical lines from the lip’s corners develop. Needless to say, no one wants to look as though they’re unhappy all of the time. Thankfully, there is a solution! […]

The “One-Two Punch” for Eye Rejuvenation

There are two things that can make the eye area look aged: wrinkles and drooping.  Dr. Schweiger has come up with a two step method to address both of these aging issues. 1. Thermage can be used to stimulate collagen production around the eyes.  Radiofrequency energy is applied to the eyelids and surrounding area to […]

The Liquid Facelift

You may have heard the term “liquid facelift” thrown around lately in regards to anti-aging options. But what does it mean exactly? “A liquid facelift is the use of FDA-approved dermal fillers to lift and contour the face,” explains Top NYC Dermatologist, Dr. Schweiger. “These fillers are a less expensive and far less invasive alternative […]

A Fix for Your Bad Hair Transplant

Dr. Schweiger is often contacted by patients who have had a bad hair transplant in the past and want to know what they can do to fix it.  Dr. Schweiger explains that, “Bad hair transplants can be corrected with laser hair removal.  Laser hair removal uses a specific type of laser to target the pigmented […]

How to Make Your Earlobes Look Younger

It may sound silly, but the earlobes are an often overlooked area when it comes to skin rejuvenation. Think about it, as you age, your earlobes start to lose that nice volume and plumpness they had. They can take on a shriveled up appearance or appear much longer than their original shape. All of which […]

Throw Out Your Mascara?

Latisse is an FDA approved medication used to enhance the appearance of eyelashes.  Its cosmetic use was discovered accidentally, as its generic equivalent has been used to treat glaucoma for years.  Researchers noticed that their patient’s eyelashes were growing longer and thicker as their glaucoma treatment progressed.  The medication was then studied for use on […]

Botox May Help Treat Eye Condition

A new study found that Botox may help treat an eye condition that causes patients to feel as though they have something caught in their eye. The condition, called filamentary keratitis, happens when dead cells on the surface of the eye bond together and cause threadlike filaments to appear on the eye. This condition is incredibly […]

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